Sunday, December 13, 2009

Christmas Kisses

Is this the beginning of the 12 days of Christmas? How does that work anyway?

Sticking with the Country/Rockabilly today. Why not?

Cowgirl deluxe Marti Brom kicks us off in fine hillbilly boogie style. Buck Owens follows up with a little Bakersfield-style Holiday twang. And Big Bud swings the rockabilly cats round the Christmas tree (not the version you think it is.).

Bonus re-posts feature some favorite honky tonkers and boot-scootin' scuffers from Hank Thompson, Boxcar Willie, Jim Reeves, and the Prairie Ramblers. Each song a certified gold classic!

Santa Rides A Bucking Bronco!

Marti Brom: Kisses For Christmas (mp3)

Marti Brom: Sleigh Bell Rock (mp3)

Buck Owens: Christmas Time's A Comin' (mp3)

Buck Owens: Here Comes Santa Claus Again (mp3)

Big Bud: Rock Around The Christmas Tree (mp3)

Bonus Stocking Stuffer Re-Posts

Hank Thompson: I'd Like To Have An Elephant For Christmas (mp3)

Boxcar Willie: Hee Haw Honey (mp3)

Jim Reeves: Senor Santa Claus (mp3)

Prairie Ramblers: Cowboy Santa Claus (mp3)

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JacobM said...

Not that it matters, but, no, the 12 days of Christmas start on Christmas day, and end on the Feast of Epiphinay, or Three Kings Day (Jan. 6). Just so you know. :)

bigrockcandymountain said...

See, that's the kind of thing we need to know here. Thanks for clearing that up!