The Wittmann Wailers Discography Tracks. New. 1 submission pending. The Wittmann Wailers. The First Annual Christmas Album (LP, Album). Russ Enloe Mobil Recording.
The Wailing Wailers is the debut album by The Wailers published on the Studio One label. Originally released in very late 1965 and compiled from various recordings made over the years 1964-1965 by Neville Bunny Livingston, Robert Bob Nesta Marley and Peter Tosh McIntosh, it compiles what Clement Coxsone Dodd considered the best Wailers recordings from this period. They were accompanied by the Studio One backing band, The Soul Brothers.
In 2014 The Wailers embarked on a worldwide "Legend Tour", marking the 30th anniversary of the release of the best selling reggae album of all time In 2015, Familyman Barrett began the process of reuniting past members of the Wailers. Shows occurred in South America which included past members such as Barrett, Al Anderson, and Tyrone Downie.
Album · 1965 · 10 Songs. Don't Believe In Christmas.
This album, originally released as The Magic of Christmas in 1960, provides baritone reassurance that Christmas is a happy time, not an annual family debacle. But the secret ingredient is Cole singing hymns in German and Latin: straining to put across foreign lyrics, you can hear him employing all his professional skill. So delving into their archives for Christmas-themed music turns up some famous names, including the Heptones ("Christmas Time Is Here") and the Wailers featuring Bob Marley ("Sound the Trumpet"). The grooves are consistently strong and as joyful as the season; as Freddie McGregor sums it up, "Hip hip hooray/What a Irie Christmas Da.
The Jethro Tull Christmas Album. The Jethro Tull Christmas Album is the 21st studio album released by Jethro Tull, on 30 September 2003. As of 2019, it is the band's most recently released studio album. The Jethro Tull Christmas Album is a mix of new material, re-recordings of Tull's own suitably themed material and arrangements of traditional Christmas music. In 2009, the live album Christmas at St Bride's 2008 was included with the original album on CD.
Elvis' Christmas Album was reissued two years after its first release, replacing the iconic cover of the original with a close-up of Elvis as he posed against an outdoor, snowy backdrop. The album continued to reach the album charts each year until 1962, eventually selling more than three million copies in the . The original Elvis' Christmas Album was out of print by the late 1960s. Interest in the album prompted RCA to re-release it in an altered version on its budget label RCA Camden in November, 1970. This version eliminated the four gospel tracks from the Peace in the Valley EP and added the 1966 holiday single "If Every Day Was Like Christmas," along with the 1970 non-seasonal B-side "Mama Liked the Roses", issued as the flip to Elvis' top ten single "The Wonder of You" and originating from Presley's acclaimed 1969 Memphis sessions; neither track had.
William Sandys, Mel Tormé, Robert Wells. 3. The Little Drummer Boy.
This Christmas - No Genre & Jaque Beatz. Album Art: More on Genius. Don’t Call It a Christmas Album " Track Info.