Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Blues Moon Radio Playlist - Christmas and Holiday Blues Dec. 15, 2009

Holiday Blues Moon Radio Show

Blind Lemon Jefferson - Christmas Eve Blues
B.B. King - Celebrate Christmas
Charles Brown - Merry Christmas, Baby
Lowell Fulson - I Wanna Spend Christmas with you

Jimmy McCracklin - Christmas Time  Pt. 1
Canned Heat - Christmas Blues
Saffire -- the Uppity Blues Women - One Parent Christmas
Big Jack Johnson - Jingle Bell Boogie

Louis Armstrong and the Commanders - Cool Yule
Pilgrim Travelers - I'll Be Home for Christmas
Earl King - Santa, Don't Let Me Down
Big Joe and the Dynaflows - Joe's Christmas Salutations
Marc "Kaz" Kazanoff and Marc Wilson - Good King Wenceslas

Rod Piazza and the Mighty Flyers - No More Pretty Presents
The Everly Brothers - Christmas Eve Can Kill You
Anson Funderburgh and the Rockets - Lonesome Christmas
The Sonics - Don't Believe in Christmas

Sonny Till and the Orioles - Lonely Christmas
John Lee Hooker - Blues for Christmas
Johnny and Jon - Christmas in Vietnam
(DJ note: we'll send our best hopes for as happy a holiday season as possible to all our nation's brave defenders - thinking of you and hope your deployment ends soon and safely).

Louis Armstrong - Christmas Night in Harlem
Charles Taylor - Joy to the World
Charles Brown - Let's Make Every Day Like Christmas

Billie Holiday - I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm
Les Brown and His Band of Renown - Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
Al Hirt  with vocals by Ann Margaret - Baby, It's Cold Outside

Duke Ellington and His Orchestra - Jingle Bells
Lionel Hampton - Swingle Jingle
Ella Fitzgerald - White Christmas
Brook Benton - Blue Decorations

The Platters - O Tannenbaum
Dick Hyman - A Child Is Born (medley)
The Pattersons - The Birthday of a King
Louis Armstrong - Christmas in New Orleans - for Jim! Next year we'll do "Zat You Santa Claus?"

The Wailers - Christmas Spirit?
The Youngsters - Christmas in Jail
Jimmy Witherspoon - I Hate to See Christmas Come

Out of time for this show... I hope to be back next week, but we'll have to see if there is access to the studio over holidays... check back here for updates.

Clair DeLune

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