The Cool Yule Band - A Saxophone Christmas mp3 downloadPerformer: The Cool Yule Band
Title: A Saxophone Christmas
Released: June 12, 2008
Size MP3 version: 1118 mb
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The Cool Yule Band - A Saxophone Christmas mp3 download
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Christmas Party Holidays. Saxophone Christmas: 25 Songs.
Saxophone Christmas: 25 Songs. 6. It Came Upon a Midnight Clear. Edmund Sears, Richard Storrs Willis. 8. (There's No Place Like) Home for the Holidays. 10. We Wish You a Merry Christmas.
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas. 0. 21. The Christmas Song. Popular albums by this artist. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
The song 'Deck The Halls' by Cool Yule Band has a tempo of 147 beats per minute (BPM) on 'A Saxophone Christmas'. This song is played at 147 Beats Per Minute (Allegro), or 37 Measures/Bars Per Minute. Time Signature: 4/4. Use the Metronome below to practice at this tempo. Video Deck the Halls. A Saxophone Christmas. Top Songs Cool Yule Band.
Cool Yule" is a 1953 Christmas song written by Steve Allen and introduced by Louis Armstrong. It was covered by Roseanna Vitro in 1986 on her album The Time of My Life: Roseanna Vitro Sings the Songs of Steve Allen (released 1999), by Bette Midler in 2006 for her album Cool Yule, and by The Brian Setzer Orchestra on their 2005 album Dig That Crazy Christmas.
Vocals – Banu Gibson. 11. My Christmas List. Vocals – Banu Gibson. Tap Dance – Savion Glover. Soprano Saxophone – Bob Wilber (tracks: 5). Trombone – Mike Pittsley. 모. Produced By Pacific Vista Productions.
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Judging by recent examples, the season seems to invite artists to make musical monstrosities of novelty and kitsch-ness all in the name of goodwill. The American indie band created this glorious album of original songs alongside covers of traditional Christmas songs in 1999. Like Sufjan Stevens's offerings, it's a more sombre take on the season, with haunting harmonies, and the covers aren't of the season's typical upbeat core repertoire, but the more underplayed songs.