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                                                                           Christmas Songs

Angels We Have Heard on High An exciting disco rhythm.

Away in the Manger The two versions mixed together r in medley form.

Blue Christmas A Christmas tune from the "Fabulous Fifties".

Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting) Mel Torme's classic for the season.

Deck The Halls A little mindful of Chip Davis style but not quite! (Manheim)

First Noel Interesting drum track plus choir & horn harmonies and lots of celesta & harp.

Frosty, the Snowman In a "soft Shoe" style.

Go Tell it on the Mountain An American traditional Christmas Song. Horn and piano lead.

God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman English classic done in a "Rock Baroque" style.

I'll Be Home for Christmas A "Big Band Version"

It Came Upon a Midnight Clear A "South of the Border" version with marimbas & brass.

Jingle Bells A Bavarian style arranged for Bomi and dedicated to Bomi (Midi PaPa)

Joy to the World Another "south of the border" rendition. Well, we live close after all!

Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow Right out of the Fifties.

Little Drummer Boy Very unusual Tijuana Style for our friends in Mexico.

Oh, Holy Night! Excellent as a Jobim Bossa Nova! Very different with horn counter melodies.

Oh, Little Town of Bethlehem Another interesting horn counter melody in 8 beat style.

Santa Clause is Coming to Town A Larrie Dee Quintet styling with harmonic Saxophones.

Silent Night Another Larrie Dee Quintet version in 3/4 Jazz time. (Choir in Harmony)

Silver Bells Choir and French horn counter harmonies with larger orchestra. Strings galore!

White Christmas Irving Berlin tune done in a 50's big band style.

Winter Wonderland Very reminiscent of the Lombardo "touch".

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