Wednesday, December 18, 2013

A Golden Christmas Sing-A-Long - Sandpiper Chorus and Orchestra

A Golden Christmas Sing-A-Long Sandpiper Chorus and Orchestra
You folks must have been real good this year, as here's another rarity (no alternate download spots on Google — my barometer for whether something is available!) — A Golden Christmas Sing-A-Long by the Sandpiper Chorus and Orchestra (Golden Records L67 / Arranged and Conducted by Jim Timmens, 1962.)

Like to sing-a-long with Christmas music? Well, here's your chance! "Performed in the proper keys for children", this album is complete with instructions on how and when to chime in on your seasonal favorites. The Sandpiper vocals even drop out at key moments for you to fill in ("... so be good for goodness ____.")

This gem will either excite you or enrage you (for instance, there's virtually no variation in the arrangements from track to track.) Chances are, however, if you're here in the first place, A Golden Christmas Sing-A-Long might just end up being your favorite download of the 2013 Christmas season.

Please enjoy: A Golden Christmas Sing-A-Long by the Sandpiper Chorus and Orchestra

15 comments:

  1. I was pleasantly surprised. Thanks and Merry Christmas!

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  2. This one is unusual and very interesting. Thanks for the post!

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  3. I'm surprised that your copy is in such good shape.
    Thank you.

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  4. thank you for all the joy you bring to everyone that comes here to your blog. the fond memories you bring back as i remember hearing the christmas carols of my youth are precious memories i will never forget. thank you again for making my christmas a joyous one.

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  5. May I take this opportunity to wish you a very enjoyable Festive Season and I hope that you will enjoy good health and happiness in 2014.

    Thank you for bringing much pleasure to me during 2013 from your kindness in uploading such enjoyable music - much of which has extended my “musical education”.


    Happy Holidays,

    Boa Festes,

    Feliz Navidad,

    Bonne vacances,

    Frohe Festtage,

    Buone Feste,

    Cheers,

    Douglas (UK)

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  6. Even though you didn't upload quite as much material this year, what you've given us is priceless. Thank you very much for this, and here's hoping you're having a wonderful and a Merry Christmas.

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  7. Wow! I had this as a child and would LOVVVE to listen to it again! I am having so much trouble with the file download. Any thoughts on that? Even without the songs, the wonderful memories that album cover brings back!

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  8. Hello Ryan

    actually, this is not supposed to be a comment, but seems to be the only way to get in contact with you.

    I am a Christmas nerd collecting funky Christmas songs only. At Tramp Records I have already released two compilations "Santa's Funk & Soul Christmas Party" Vol. 1 and 2. They are available worldwide though only very small quantities are issued.

    For quite a long time, I have been trying to find out something about an mp3-compilation or CD titled "Lost Soul Christmas". Some tracks of "Lost Soul Christmas" are featured in few Christmas blogs and radio shows. The compilation must date back to 2007 and contains extremely rare funk and soul Christmas songs.

    I am interested in finding out more about that "Lost Soul Christmas" album. Some of the featured original singles are impossible-to-find. Actually, the compilation itself is also very very scarce. Though it is such a great selection. Do you know anything more about the album or the compiler? Or someone else that might know anything about that album? It would be great, if you could drop me a mail with any information you have to discofantastique@web.de!

    Thank you so much for a response, Jan

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  9. We would like to submit some new original music to you.

    Here is a link: http://brucebergh.bandcamp.com/album/christmas-time-of-the-year

    Christmas Time of the Year was featured in two holiday movies last season. Trying to get as much exposure as we can...

    Top songs:
    Christmas Time of The Year
    The Jingle of the Bells
    A Personal Santa
    Jimmy's Housetop

    Please let me know if you need a physical CD.

    Thanks,

    Bruce Bergh
    Rednose Record Publishing
    bruce@rednoserecords.com
    http://brucebergh.com

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  10. I miss your shares, Ryan!

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  11. Thanks! It's a little late into the season but I plan to post a few albums before Christmas eve. Please stay tuned!

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