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)


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.


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...