Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Santa Is A Weatherman





















Hey, folks, thanks for coming back. Please be sure to check the sidebar for links to more "non-traditional" Holiday music sites. I personally recommend each and every one of 'em.

And don't forget to request a re-post from any previous years' Holiday postings. We're in a giving mood here at the snow-capped Chicago Mountain.

So, let's go traveling, honky-tonk style, today. To the biggest states in the Union.

One of the holy three of Hanks, Mr. Hank Thompson takes us beyond the lower 48 to a land where it's Christmas everyday. Don't tell the kids about this.

Texas swing revivalists Asleep At The Wheel heat things up a bit with a trip down, well, Texas way, covering a classic Ernest Tubb tune.

It's Frosty and Toasty!


Hank Thompson: It's Christmas Every Day In Alaska (mp3)


Asleep At The Wheel: Merry Texas Christmas Y'all (mp3)

Re-Posts:

Wanda Jackson: Rockabilly Santa Claus (mp3)

Wanda Jackson: Blues For Christmas (mp3)

Please support your local, independent aluminum Christmas tree dealer. Right off the back of the truck.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

thank you so much for the wanda jackson christmas songs, you are without a doubt my favorite blog, one I never fail to check every day. torch1971

stubbysfears said...

Wanda's "Rockabilly Santa Claus" was my favorite track from here last year. Went right out and bought me some Wanda as a result (well, technically, used the Internets, so I didn't "went right out" anywhere).

Point is...Thanks, as always!

swedeboy1 said...

Hey Man...Have you heard of Imelda May from Dublin?
She's amazing and straight from the Rockabilly world...
check her out - www.imeldamay.com
trust me you'll love it...