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Any Major Country Christmas Vol. 1

December 15th, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Seeing as the History of Country series is proving so popular, let us put on a Santa-red Stetson and have a country Christmas. This lot is old-skool: Ernest Tubb riffs (badly) on his 1941 honky tonk classic, Loretta Lynn socks it to it disagreeable Santa, while Brenda Lee aims to lassoo him, yee-ha. George Jones goes X-Mas twisting, and Buck Jones provides some serious pathos. And if you had to choose one man to sing Little Drummer Boy, it would have to be Johnny Cash, right? Hey, even horrid old Jingle bloody Bells sounds good here!

As ever, the mix is timed to fit on a standard CD-R, and it comes with home-pardnered front and back covers. PW in comments.

1. Loretta Lynn – To Heck With Ole Santa Claus
2. Skeeter Davis – Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town
3. George Jones – My Mom And Santa Claus
4. Jim Reeves – An Old Christmas Carol
5. Marty Robbins – One Of Your (In Every Size)
6. Buck Owens – All I Want For Christmas Is My Daddy
7. Red Simpson – Truckin’ Trees For Christmas
8. The Everly Brothers – Christmas Eve Can Kill You
9. The Louvin Brothers – It Came Upon A Midnight Clear
10. The Statler Brothers – Mary’s Sweet Smile
11. Johnny Cash – The Little Drummer Boy
12. Merle Haggard – Santa Claus And Popcorn
13. Emmylou Harris – Christmas Time’s A-Coming
14. John Prine – Christmas In Prison
15. Willie Nelson – Pretty Paper
16. Dolly Parton – Hard Candy Christmas
17. Crystal Gayle – Hallelujah
18. Lynn Anderson – Joy The World
19. Charley Pride – Santa and the Kids
20. Brenda Lee – I’m Gonna Lasso Santa Claus
21. The Maddox Brothers & Rose – Jingle Bells
22. Johnny Horton – They Shined Up Rudolph’s Nose
23. Faron Young – I’m Gonna Tell Santa On You
24. Hank Snow – Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
25. Ernest Tubb – I’ll Be Walkin’ The Floor This Christmas
26. Chet Atkins – Jolly Old St Nicholas
27. Bob Atcher and the Dinning Sisters – Christmas Island
28. Dottie West – Blue Christmas
29. Roger Miller – Old Toy Trains
30. Eddy Arnold – I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day
31. Waylon Jennings – Away In A Manger


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  1. halfhearteddude
    December 16th, 2011 at 09:22 | #1

    PW = amdwhah

  2. dickvandyke
    December 16th, 2011 at 22:21 | #2

    Merry Christsmas Dude

  3. halfhearteddude
    December 16th, 2011 at 23:34 | #3

    And to you.

  4. December 21st, 2021 at 21:10 | #4

    Merry Christmas Dude; You know I love your mixes, especially those of the Christmas persuasion. I was just going through my downloads of your mixes and noticed I misplaced this one and it is down at the moment, could you re-up it? Thanks for keeping the mixes going after all this time.

  5. amdwhah
    December 21st, 2021 at 23:12 | #5

    10 years ago already since I posted this mix!?! Amazing.

    Two shiny new links up for you, old friend.

  6. March 1st, 2022 at 07:56 | #6

    Dude, wanted to say thanks, you know how you quick go get something and say you’re going to say thanks? well, I usually forget, but wanted to make sure and come back by. you re-uploaded those fast and I appreciate it. Just came back by the sites for your London mixes – was making my own, but wanted someone who probably had way more local experience, cheers.

  7. amdwhah
    March 2nd, 2022 at 11:35 | #7

    Thanks, Steve. It has been a long ride, hasn’t it?

    I was actually looking at my London series the other day and thought I had to make a fourth one. I remember getting discouraged by a negative remark from somebody…

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