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Various Artists - It's a Cool Cool Christmas album mp3
Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Christmas,Dream Pop,Holidays,Indie Rock,Neo-Psychedelia
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    Various Artists
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    It's a Cool Cool Christmas
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    Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Christmas,Dream Pop,Holidays,Indie Rock,Neo-Psychedelia
  • Date of release:
    November 21, 2000
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    1296 megabytes
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    1667 megabytes
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    1963 megabytes
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Various ‎– It's A Cool, Cool Christmas. 이블: Jeepster Recordings ‎– JPRCD013. Track 4 appears as a B-side on the single Cancer For The Cure (P)1998 SKG Music . Track 5 from the forthcoming album NoElVezSi (P)2000 El Vez Track 6 from the album Tino's Breaks Volume 3: Christmas. Performed by Tino & produced by Jack Dangers. Track 11 appears as a B-side on the single Xmas 93 (P)1993 Creation Records Ltd. Track 19 appears as a B-side on the single Let's Get Together (In Our Minds) (P)1998 Mercury Records Ltd (London).

The real strength of . ool, Cool Christmas’ lies not in its supposed credibility but in the broadness of its palette. Beneath the brightly-coloured wrapping paper, though, . ool, Cool Christmas’ fields actual content: Stuart Murdoch takes to the church pews on Belle & Sebastian’s quite lovely take on ‘O Come, O Come, Emmanuel’ and Six By Seven’s hissed, sarcastic ‘I Believe In Father Christmas’ is the ultimate ‘Bah! Humbug!’ moment, nestled under the tree like a gift-wrapped bomb. The only real disappointment is The Flaming Lips’ take on ‘White Christmas (Demo For Tom Waits)’.

It's a Cool, Cool Christmas is a Christmas charity compilation album released in 2000 by Xfm on Jeepster Records in aid of The Big Issue. The album includes a mixture of traditional Christmas songs and original songs with a Christmas theme.

Cool Christmas is a solid collection of recent original Christmas compositions by contemporary artists who hover between alternative music credibility and mainstream rock recognition. Older tales like The Pogues' "Fairytale of New York" and Lou Reed's "Xmas in February" sit comfortably with Barenaked Ladies' "It's Christmas Time (oh yeah)," and Flaming Lips' odd "Christmas at the Zo. Includes, among others, Throwing Muses, They Might Be Giants, Joni Mitchell, and Daniel Lanois.

A Motown Christmas - Various Artists. As far as genre-themed Christmas albums go, this one excels itself. The double LP’s artist roster is a veritable who’s who of Motown’s glorious ‘60s and ‘70s era: Stevie Wonder; The Supremes; Smokey Robinson; The Temptations; and The Jackson 5. Each perfectly chosen track sounds as cool and fresh today as it ever did. All killer, no mince pie filler. A whopping 34 studio albums in to his career and Bob Dylan finally gets around to recording a Christmas album (although, being Jewish, it’s probably more of a surprise that he did one at all). Appropriately self-produced under Dylan’s knob twiddling pseudonym Jack Frost, Christmas In The Heart is a charitable collection of hymns and carols reworked with Dylan’s signature croaky vocal, released in.

Let’s face it: the vast majority of Christmas music is supremely irritating and overplayed. Few things are less cheer-inducing than having It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year bellowed in your ear in every public space from November 1 to New Year’s Day. By the time the holiday arrives, Christmas tunes feel like little more than the sonic cattle prod our corporate overlords use to goad us into consumption. Serious music fans suffer more during the holidays, though. Not only do we have to endure carols ad nauseum, we must watch musicians we idolize cash in by covering them.

01:52:56 Louis Armstrong Cool Yule 45. 01:55:54 David Whitfield Santo Natale (Merry Christmas) 46. 01:58:49 Bing Crosby You're All I Want for Christmas 47. 02:01:59 Louis Armstrong Zat You, Santa Claus 48. 02:04:49 Peggy Lee Ring Those Christmas Bells 49. 02:07:09 Eddie Fisher That's What Christmas Means to Me 50. 02:10:40 Elvis Presley Santa Claus Is Back in Town 5. 02:22:52 Andy Williams Christmas Is a Feeling in Your Heart 56. 02:25:40 Paul Anka It's Christmas Everywhere 57. 02:28:45 Ella Fitzgerald What Are You Doing New Year's Eve? 58. 02:32:17 Eddy Arnold Will Santa Come to Shanty Town? 59. 02:35:17 Bing Crosby Poppa Santa Claus 60. 02:38:31 Dean Martin The Christmas Blues 61. 02:41:25 Nat "King" Cole Caroling Caroling 62. 02:43:28 Eddie Fisher Christmas Day 63.

Naturally, it's the centerpiece of this forlorn 2006 album by Aimee Mann, where she kicks off with "Whatever Happened to Christmas?" and makes the notion of walking in a winter wonderland sound lonely and cold. This isn't a cup of holiday cheer – it's the bracing chaser. On this 1995 album, he found that the true meaning of Christmas was cool jazz instrumentals. At age 70, he no longer needed to prove his virtuosity; instead, he plays with a light touch and leads a swinging six-piece band. Various Artists, ‘Reggae Christmas From Studio One’. The Jamaican record label Studio One was a powerhouse in the Sixties and Seventies, releasing records by just about every important reggae artist.

Chart of the top 100 Christmas albums 2019 is updated daily. A Motown Christmas Various Artists. Tracks, Songs: 25. Genre: Christmas: R&B. Release Date: September 25, 1973. It's a Wonderful Christmas Michael W. Smith. Tracks, Songs: 11. Genre: Holiday. Release Date: October 16, 2007.


Irving Berlin - Composer
The Big Boss Man - Performer, Primary Artist
Euros Childs - Composer
The Dandy Warhols - Performer, Primary Artist
Jack Dangers - Producer
Katherine K. Davis - Composer
Departure Lounge - Performer, Primary Artist
Drugstore - Performer, Primary Artist
Eels - Performer, Primary Artist
El Vez - Performer, Primary Artist
José Feliciano - Composer
The Flaming Lips - Performer, Primary Artist
Billy Fury - Composer
Giant Sand - Performer, Primary Artist
Gorky's Zygotic Mynci - Performer, Primary Artist
Grandaddy - Performer, Primary Artist
Hugh Griffiths - Engineer
Gustav Holst - Composer
Lindsay Jamieson - Composer
Greg Lake - Composer
Tony Lash - Producer
Lauren Laverne - Performer, Primary Artist
J.B. Lede - Composer
Low - Primary Artist
Jason Lytle - Producer
H. James Morris - Composer
Alan Moulder - Mixing
John Mason Neale - Composer
Henry Onorati - Composer
Gorwel Owen - Producer
Saint Etienne - Performer, Primary Artist
Zak Sally - Composer
Harry Simeone - Composer
Michael Simpson - Producer
Peter Sinfield - Composer
Six by Seven - Performer, Primary Artist
D. Smith - Composer
Snow Patrol - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Alan Sparhawk - Composer
Courtney Taylor-Taylor - Mixing, Producer
Teenage Fanclub - Performer, Primary Artist
Traditional - Composer
The Webb Brothers - Performer, Primary Artist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Alan Parsons in a Winter Wonderland D. Smith Grandaddy 2:59
2 The Little Drummer Boy Katherine K. Davis / Henry Onorati / Harry Simeone The Dandy Warhols 3:12
3 Everyday Is Christmas The Webb Brothers 2:55
4 Everything's Gonna Be Cool This Christmas Eels 2:48
5 Feliz Navi-Nada José Feliciano El Vez 2:32
6 Christmas in Waikiki 4:40
7 Maybe at Christmas Time Drugstore 3:14
8 O Come. O Come Emmanuel John Mason Neale / Traditional 3:27
9 Thank You Dreaded Black Ice, Thank You Giant Sand 3:29
10 White Christmas Irving Berlin The Flaming Lips 3:43
11 My Christmas Prayer Billy Fury Saint Etienne 3:25
12 Christmas Downer Lindsay Jamieson Departure Lounge 3:13
13 I Believe in Father Christmas Greg Lake / Peter Sinfield Six by Seven 4:35
14 When I Get Home for Christmas Snow Patrol Snow Patrol 4:16
15 Titan J.B. Lede 3:55
16 Christmas Boogaloo The Big Boss Man 4:19
17 Christmas Eve Euros Childs Teenage Fanclub 2:01
18 Calexico 3:08
19 Hwiangerdd Mair H. James Morris Gorky's Zygotic Mynci 3:05
20 Just Like Christmas Zak Sally / Alan Sparhawk Low 3:06
21 In the Bleak Midwinter Gustav Holst Lauren Laverne 4:02