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CHRISTMAS MEDLEY Last Christmas / Do They Know It's Christmas / Happy X-Mas (War Is Over) / Mary's Boychild - by JOY + Christmas songs techno mix
James Last and his orchestra, performing Live in Berlin in 1982, non-stop medley of Can't Stop the Music, El Dorado and Xanadu. Great Fun!
Available now from iTunes (goo.gl and Amazon (goo.gl FULL SONG LIST: 0:31 Mistletoe & Wine -- Cliff Richard 0:45 'Home Alone' Theme -- John Williams 1:02 Jingle Bells -- James Lord Pierpont 1:23 Sleigh Ride -- Leroy Anderson 1:42 Stop The Cavalry -- Jona Lewie 2:03 Lonely This Christmas -- Mud 2:30 Fairytale of New York -- The Pogues 3:07 Stay Another Day -- East 17 3:35 Hello Mistletoe (Goodbye Cold Snow) -- Brett Domino 4:03 Merry Xmas Everybody -- Slade 4:33 Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer -- Johnny Marks 5:08 Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree -- Brenda Lee 5:44 Another Rock & Roll Christmas -- Gary Glitter 6:08 Jingle Bell Rock -- Bobby Helms 6:35 Frosty the Snowman -- Gene Autry 6:58 Santa Claus is Comin' to Town -- John Frederick Coots & Haven Gillespie 7:18 Silent Night -- (Traditional) 7:50 Away in a Manger -- (Traditional) 8:12 The First Noel -- (Traditional) 8:34 Step Into Christmas -- Elton John 8:53 Gaudete -- (Traditional) 9:13 Walking in the Air -- Aled Jones 9:30 Santa Claus Goes Straight to the Ghetto -- Snoop Dogg & Nate Dogg 10:04 Drummer Boy -- Justin Bieber 10:16 The Twelve Days of Christmas -- (Traditional) 10:23 Do They Know it's Christmas -- Band Aid 11:14 White Christmas -- Irving Berlin 11:43 Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas -- Judy Garland 11:58 Last Christmas Together -- Spectre Morse 12:13 Christmas Time (Don't Let the Bells End) -- The Darkness 12:20 Last Christmas -- Wham! 12:50 All I Want for Christmas is You -- Mariah Carey 13:19 What ...
James Last plays three traditional German Christmas songs: Morgen kommt der Weihnachtsmann, O Wunder über Wunder, Wenn der Schnee von Himmel fällt. From the 1966 album Christmas Dancing, featuring Heinz Habermann and Manfred Moch on trumpets - recorded in Hamburg in the summer of 1966 during a heatwave! In this video, shots of James Last's orchestra and album covers are interspersed with pix of the Hamburg Weihnachstmarkt (Christmas market).
This was my seventh, and final, project in my Electronic Music and MIDI class. Due to the time of year, I chose to do a medley of Christmas songs. The original requirements stated that the project could not be longer than five minutes. I created a "short version" which I turned in. I added some songs for the version I would take home, bringing the whole thing to eight minutes. Here are the seven songs that I covered: 1. What Child Is This? - written by William Chatterton Dix in 1865. Arranged by Nancy and Randall Faber (piano only segment). 2. We Three Kings - written by Reverend John Henry Hopkins, Jr. in 1857 or 1863. 3. O Holy Night - written by Adolphe Adam in 1847. 4. Silent Night - music written by Franz Xaver Gruber in 1818. 5. Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree - written by Jonny Marks in 1958. (Not included in short version.) 6. Jingle Bells - written by James Lord Pierpont as early as 1857. (Not included in short version.) 7. We Wish You a Merry Christmas - a "popular secular sixteenth-century English carol from the West Country of England." Varations 1-4 by Nancy and Randall Faber. 7a. Baroque period 7b. Classical period (Not included in short version.) 7c. Romantic period (Not included in short version.) 7d. Jazzy 7e. Curtain Call (Not included in short version.) What Child Is This? starts out piano only in D minor, following sheet music from BigTime Piano Christmas, Level 4 (Intermediate). Then I break into a... what would you call it? Disco? ...version. This ...
James Last Beautifull Humming Melody from a Christmas Album "Süsser die Glocken nie klingen". I have lost the original CD and Case!
For years I've been intrigued by the 1564 progression (eg C,G,Am,F). It has no perfect cadence: Only an imperfect cadence, an interrupted cadence, a minor to subdominant drop and finally a plagal cadence... it's all questions and no sure answers. Perfect for heartfelt songs that delve into the human condition. Starting on another part of the progression changes the vibe a little, but still begs to be taken seriously. Most songwriters use it at some point, so I though I should too and the resulting song, "Drop" ain't half bad, I reckon: malwebb.com The below 68 songs use the progression either for most of the song or at least the critical part. Several are Australian, as we went 1564 nuts for a while here. It's all live, using an AKAI Headrush pedal to loop it up. And yes, I'm humming whilst beatboxing... hours of fun! Sing along, love, Mal No Woman No Cry (Bob Marley), Let It Be (Beatles), With or Without You (U2), So Lonely (Police), Africa (Toto), Butterfly Ball (Ronny James Dio), Beast of Burden (Bette Midler), Reckless (Reyne), Sexual Healing (Marvin Gaye), Down Under (Men at Work), Scar (Missy Higgins), You were Amazing (Alex Lloyd), Forever Young (Alphaville/Youth Group), Captain (Kasey Chambers), Pretty Enough (Kasey Chambers), You and Your Hand (Pink), Everything (The Veronicas), Torn (Natalie Imbruglia), Gotta Be Somebody (Nickelback), Girlfriend (Avril Lavigne), Under The Bridge (Red Hot Chilli Peppers), Too Late to Apologise (One Republic), No Happy Ending ...
Male Voice Choir Christmas Concert in Colston Hall, Bristol 2010. Wyn Davies singing lead.
Brett Domino and Steven Peavis perform a medley of Justin Timberlake hits using assorted miniature instruments and lap tray travel bags (Trabasacks - for more info go to www.trabasack.co.uk ). The medley includes SEXYBACK (written by Justin Timberlake, Timbaland, Nate "Danja" Hills) LIKE I LOVE YOU (written by Justin Timberlake, Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo, Terrence Thornton, Gene Thornton) LOVESTONED (written by Justin Timberlake, Timbaland, Nate "Danja" Hills). Performed on: Stylophone Beatbox, iPod Touch (using DigiDrummer Lite), Kazoo, Thumb Piano, Shaker, Stylophone, Cowbell, Recorder, Ukulele, Theremin, Spoons, and Roland AX-Synth. www.brettdomino.com
GET NICK PITERA T-SHIRTS HERE :) nickpitera.spreadshirt.com Get my music on iTunes :) itunes.apple.com www.amazon.com Music from Disney films has made a huge impact on me, and has been the source of inspiration for many years. Since I was 5 I have dreamt of voicing a character myself, and this is me doing my best to pay homage to a few of my favorites. I had so much fun making this video and I hope you enjoy it! Thanks so much for watching! Sincerely Nick Follow me on Twitter :) twitter.com Like me on Facebook :) www.facebook.com
My Favorite Husband is the name of an American radio program and network television series. The original radio show, co-starring Lucille Ball, was the initial basis for what evolved into the groundbreaking TV sitcom I Love Lucy. The series was based on the novels Mr. and Mrs. Cugat, the Record of a Happy Marriage (1940) and Outside Eden (1945) written by Isabel Scott Rorick, which had previously been adapted into the Paramount Pictures feature film Are Husbands Necessary? (1942), co-starring Ray Milland and Betty Field. Liz Cooper, played by Lucille Ball; happily married housewife George Cooper, played by Richard Denning; Liz's husband, works for Mr. Atterbury Mr. Rudolph Atterbury, played by Gale Gordon; George's boss, friend of the Cooper family, refers to male acquaintances as "boy", as in "George-Boy" Mrs. Iris Atterbury, played by Bea Benaderet; wife of Rudolph and friend of the Cooper family, refers to female acquaintances as "girl", as in "Liz-Girl". Katy, played by Ruth Perrott; the Cooper's maid, presumably enjoys making Jell-O. Mrs. Leticia Cooper, played first by Benaderet and in subsequent episodes by Eleanor Audley; George's aristocratic mother, who typically looks down on Liz. Gale Gordon and Bea Benaderet were both given first consideration for the roles that would become Fred and Ethel Mertz on "I Love Lucy", but both had contract conflicts that forced them to turn down the roles. en.wikipedia.org Lucille Désirée Ball (August 6, 1911 -- April 26, 1989) was ...
1. Kling Glöckchen, klingeling 2. Morgen Kinder, wird's was geben 3. Fröhliche Weihnacht überall Weihnachten mit James Last 1995
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