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1. White Christmas

White Christmas

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2. White Christmas

White Christmas

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3. Charlie Parker - White Christmas (King Kooba Remix)

Charlie Parker - White Christmas (King Kooba Remix)

A Little Something To Make Your Holidays Bright!

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8. Jazzy Hour Radio show 014 introduced by Kisk / Xmas Time

  • Published: 2017-12-18T20:03:07Z
  • By Kattelan
Jazzy Hour Radio show 014 introduced by Kisk / Xmas Time

Kisk present Jazzy Hour Radio show 014 / Xmas time 1 hour > 00:00 @Kisk in the mix JHRS014 Introduced and mixed by Kisk / tracklist 01 Bill Evans - Santa Claus is Coming to Town 02 Vince Guaraldi Trio - O Tannenbaum 03 Bob Dorough with Miles Davis Sextet - Blue Xmas (To Whom It May Concern) 04 Ahmad Jamal - Snowfall (Live At The Alhambra 05 Dexter Gordon Quartet - The Christmas Song 06 Diana Krall - Christmas Time is Here 07 Duke Ellington His orchestra - Jingle Bells 08 Ella Fitzgerald - The Christmas Song 09 New Orleans Christmas - Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas 10 Frank Sinatra - Jingle Bells 11 Elvis Presley - Lonely This Christmas 12 Noël Blanc - Cœur de Pirate (Noël ! Noël !! Noël !!!) 13 Louis Armstrong - Christmas Night in Harlem (feat. Benny Carter) 14 Emilie Claire Barlow - Santa Baby 15 Winter Wonderland - Oscar Peterson 16 Charlie Parker - White Christmas 17 White Christmas - The Drifters

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9. Attic Dusty Mixtapez -The Christmas Cabin Sessions - Live DJ Set - DJ Zteffen Abikanile

  • Published: 2012-11-24T14:14:43Z
  • By Attic Ray
Attic Dusty Mixtapez -The Christmas Cabin Sessions - Live DJ Set - DJ Zteffen Abikanile

HERE IS MY NEW DJ SET :)!! IT'S ALL ABOUT THE HOLIDAYS AND BEING FESTIVE AND THE REMIXES THAT COME WITH IT:)!! I HOPE THIS DJ SET PUTS YA IN THE HOLIDAY SPIRITS FOR CHRISTMAS NEW YEARS AND CYBER MONDAY :)!! TOP OF THE LINE HIP HOP AND ELECTRONIC MUSIC DJ'S AND PRODUCERS HAVE REMIXED THE GREAT CLASSICS THAT WE ALL KNOW AND LOVE SO MUCH :)!! HAPPY HOLIDAYS AND A BLESSED NEW YEARS :))!!!

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10. XXX-MasS Mix - Vol.11 (2015) “A-Funky-Howdy-Doody-Xmas” (Xmas Mixtapes 4 a most FUNKY Christmas !!!)

XXX-MasS Mix - Vol.11 (2015) “A-Funky-Howdy-Doody-Xmas” (Xmas Mixtapes 4 a most FUNKY Christmas !!!)

DOWNLOAD MIX @ https://hearthis.at/funkysanta/ Check all FUNKY XMAS mixtapes (Vol. 1-13) @ www.mixcloud.com/FuNKySaNTa .. the longest running and most FUNKY Christmas DJ mixtape serie in the world.. Greetings and hohoho.. from the Northpole.. FuNKy SaNTa .. and check FATHER X-MAS himself https://soundcloud.com/ronny-hammond * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * TRACKLIST - Vol. 11 : 01 - Funky Santa’s Intro 2015 02 - Bill Cosby - Merry Christmas Mama 03 - Operation From The Bottom - Christmas In The Ghetto 04 - Jazzbox - Winter Weather 05 - Albert King - Cold Feet 06 - Sintax the Terrific - Snow Day 07 - Howdy Doody & The Fontaine Sisters - A Howdy Doody Christmas 08 - Tex Beneke - Jingle Bells 09 - Hooch - Jingle Bells 10 - Moonlion - The Little Drummer Boy 11 - Lowell Fulson - I Wanna Spend Christmas With You 12 - Flash Atkins - All I Want For Christmas Is You 13 - ATOM - Glimpse of James' Jingle Socks 14 - Ramsey Lewis Trio - Plum Puddin' 15 - Scribbling Idiots - Jingle Bell Knock 16 - Earth, Wind & Fire - Get Your Hump On This Christmas 17 - Kay Martin & Her Body Guards - Hang Your Balls on the Christmas Tree 18 - Human - Snowball (Live) 19 - Charles Brown - Santa's Blues 20 - Burl Ives - A Holly Jolly Christmas 21 - The Twistin' Kings - Xmas Twist 22 - Alizz - What If (Jingle Edit) 23 - The Andrew Sisters - A Merry Christmas At Grandmother's 24 - ATOM - Santa Brought My Baby Around The World 25 - Amos Wilburn - Christmas Comes But Once A Year 26 - Martin Mull Ft. The Sondra Baskin Glee Club - Santafly 27 - I.N.T. - That Magic Of Christmas 28 - Tuxedo - Wonderful Christmastime 29 - Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings - Funky Little Drummer Boy 30 - Pete Fountain - Silver Bells 31 - Sha La Das - Sha La Da La La 32 - Interlude Final 33 - Wayne Newton - Christmas Journey * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ..and Vol. 8 check @ https://www.mixcloud.com/FuNKySaNTa 01 - Charlie Parker - White Christmas (King Kooba Remix) 02 - Joe Williams - Jingle Bells (Bombay Dub Orch. Remix) 03 - King Stitt - Christmas Tree 04 - Rhythm Scholar vs Paul McCartney - Wonderful Christmas Time (Kringle Kut Remix) 05 - The Banjo Barons - Jolly Old St. Nick - Jingle Bells 06 - Detroit Junior - Christmas Day 07 - Lloyd Seivright - Mary's Boy Child 08 - The Joe Gibbs Family - Rockers Christmas Medley 09 - Gene Autry - Frosty the Snowman (Remix) 10 - Heintje - Schneemann Schneemann 11 - Henry Hall & The BBC orch. - Santa Claus Express (Remix) 12 - Lou Rawls - Sleigh Ride 13 - I.N.T. - The Angel Sung 14 - Bing Crosby - White Christmas (Kaskade Remix) 15 - A.Skillz - White Christmass 16 - Ike & Tina Turner - Merry Christmas Baby 17 - The Dynamic Les DeMerle Band - Santa Claus Is Near 18 - Bing Crosby - Jingle Bells (Remix) 19 - Chris Rea - Driving Home For Xmass (Benny Royal Remix) 20 - Jose Conde - Winter Wonderland 21 - Hugo Winterhalter & His Orch. - Blue Christmas (Remix) 22 - Jim Jones - Ballin' On Xmas 23 - Rev Run & The Christmas All-Stars - Santa Baby 24 - Milton Roy & His Solid Senders - Christmas Time Blues 25 - The Salsoul Orchestra - There's Someone Who's Knocking 26 - Stevie Wonder & Wyclef Jean - Merry Christmas Baby (Live) 27 - Nina Simone - I Am Blessed (Wax Tailor Remix) 28 - Rory Hoy vs Jona Lewie & Run DMC - Xmas Banger 29 - Jody Levins - Jingle Bells Boogie 30 - Lenlow - ¿Dónde Está Santa Claus 31 - Oratorio Society of New York - Hallelujah Chorus

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11. Snow Job - A "Jingle Bell Rocks!" Playlist (curated by John Soss)

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Snow Job - curated by John Soss for JINGLE BELL ROCKS! www.jinglebellrocks.com -- REINDEER ROCK by Jimmy Boyd [Columbia 1955] This was a record I found in my parents’ basement while my sisters and I were sorting through their stuff. What’s strange is that I don’t recall ever hearing this played around the house during the holidays, so it was completely unfamiliar to me. It was that sense of discovery – plus the thrill of rescuing a song from the donation pile – that helped it make this list. Other than a weird fidelity issue in the first few seconds, this track is a sonic blast. The producer pushed the horn section and background singers right into the front of the mix, making it sound like a huge orchestra. It even changes keys towards the end, a gimmick that gets me every single time. My copy, and those I’ve seen on eBay, is a 45 RPM “Promotion Record”, meaning that it’s not for sale at retail, and the song does not appear on Jimmy Boyd’s holiday collection Christmas With Jimmy Boyd. What may have happened was that after he cut the original version of I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus, and had a major hit record with it, Mitch Miller smelled money and kept assigning the kid to sing more and more holiday novelty songs, hoping to strike gold again. Reindeer Rock must have been a casualty of that period, which is inexplicable considering what a blast it is. COOL YULE by The J’s with Jamie [mid 1960s] Toad Hall Records, the sprawling now-defunct record shop in Rockford, Illinois, was a very weird joint run by an eccentric old man and a cast of total oddballs. Sounds like a lot of old record stores, come to think of it. Hours of digging around yielded me this EP, featuring six songs on a 7-inch disc that gets played at 33.3 RPM. It’s a blasting big-band romp, not very much like Satchmo’s version at all. The group was a first-rate singing ensemble, known for performing covers of modern hits and recording jingles for cigarette companies. They were actually good enough to have been nominated for a Best New Artist Grammy award (they lost to the Swingle Singers). There was no record label credited on the physical record or the picture sleeve, so it may have been self-released. THIS CHRISTMAS by Donny Hathaway [Atlantic 1970] I was reluctant to put this on my list, primarily because it was such a major hit, but came to the conclusion that there’s a good reason it was such a giant hit: It’s a friggin’ terrific record! It has everything, starting with a killer horn riff, strings, bongos, timpani, a sneaky bass line, and some groovy guitar along with Donny’s smash vocal delivery. The song itself, co-written by Donny and Nadine McKinnor, paints a picture of two lovebirds getting ready for Christmas, and it’s so positively upbeat that I can’t help but listen to it multiple times every single year. MERRY CHRISTMAS, I LOVE YOU by James Brown [King 1966] I’ve been hosting my family Christmas party for the last several years, and a big part of the celebration involves music. One year, when my 5-CD changer broke down, I could only play one CD at a time, so I reached for the James Brown compilation Santa’s Got A Brand New Bag. Until you’ve experienced it, it’s hard to imagine James Brown invoking such seriously killer Christmas vibes, but if you ever find yourself in a bind to get everyone in the holiday spirit, this CD is my recommendation. You won’t find Jingle Bells, Deck The Halls or Blue Christmas here. He went way off the beaten path and compiled a collection of Christmas recordings unparalleled in modern times. Talk about your Cool Yule! He even died on Christmas day, cementing his place in the holiday canon. SNOW FLAKE by Pebbles & Bamm Bamm [Hanna Barbera 1965] I originally found this on a 4-song EP featuring the cartoon characters from The Flintstones cartoon series. I would have bought it just for the picture sleeve, but when I gave it a listen, I was floored by the mostly-instrumental track Snow Flake, a trippy 60’s song heavy on the reverb and completely uncommon. My copy was clean but had a hairline crack, so I ended up buying the full-length LP on eBay. Based on the era and that it was a Hollywood production, I half-wonder if The Wrecking Crew was behind this. WHITE CHRISTMAS by Charlie Parker [Live recording 1948] A terrific track from the Mr. Santa’s Boogie LP is Bird’s live recording of White Christmas, recorded on Christmas Day (!) at a New York City jazz club that doubled as a restaurant specializing in fried chicken. From what I’ve heard, Parker loved his fried chicken. I’ll always love this song – yes, even Bing’s original – but this recording seems to nail the melody in such an offhand way, almost as if they weren’t trying that hard, just giving the audience what they wanted on Christmas day. Can you imagine being in NYC on Christmas day in 1948 and finding yourself in a jazz club listening to Charlie Parker? And eating fried chicken!! How nuts is that whole scenario, yet it actually happened. The dueling trumpet certainly takes center stage alongside Parker, but it’s Max Roach’s drumming that really draws me in. This track was included in my very first Christmas mixtape, from 1988, when all I was trying to do was gather together a bunch of songs to impress people at my friend Nigel’s holiday party. CHRISTMAS WISH by NRBQ [Rounder 1985] This is what’s known as a Christmas miracle. One of the greatest bands ever – certainly one of the nuttiest – chose to record an album devoted to my favorite time of the year. If much of the album sounds like the guys were just screwing around with their home recording devices, that’s because they were, which makes this one track Christmas Wish such a standout. It’s a fully-formed composition, written and sung by Joey, and its simplicity is what draws me in. No need for big production or studio trickery. Just a heartfelt vocal with a simple vision: Every Christmas, there’s a magic in the air where the holiday spirit’s true. WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS NIGHT by Dan Grissom [1948] Back in the olden days – in this case 1985 – when obscure holiday records required a mail order purchase, I bought an album on the Savoy Jazz label called Mr. Santa’s Boogie. Other than the vocalist, there are no other credits, which is a shame because the ensemble compliments his vocals admirably. He sings the song quietly, like Chet Baker singing a lullaby, and the saxophone accompanist fills the gaps with empathy, barely rising above a whisper. In the background is a xylophone player, and I just love that sound. If you include this year, I’ve been making an annual mix for 27 years, and this is the only track that I’ve included twice. That’s how much I love this song. Listen to it late in the evening, after a few cocktails, when the only lights in the room are on the Christmas tree, and tell me you don’t get just a little bit misty-eyed. YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A SANTA CLAUS by The Mills Brothers [Decca 1955] Amongst the many nut-jobs out there who make Christmas mixes, Tom “Grover” Biery is a standout. I met him in the late 80s, at a Warner Brothers Records music conference (I was uninvited, but crashed the party none-the-less). His gift to me each year is a copy of his own collection of holiday cheer, the Ho-Down. This Mills Brothers song landed on one of his mixes and instantly shot to the top of my list. The gentle piano playing, alongside the vibraphone, stopped me in my tracks. Vocally, these guys give me goosebumps. MERRY CHRISTMAS, BABY by Elvis Presley [RCA 1971] You’re probably thinking: Elvis? Seriously? My answer is that my obsession with recorded Christmas music all began with Elvis’ 8-track holiday collection The Wonderful World of Christmas, which I listened to over and over again in December of 1978. The highlight of that tape was his recording of Merry Christmas, Baby, a slow-burning electric guitar-driven Memphis blues groove. It has the feel of a song recorded late at night, after the rest of the sessions were over, when the band finally had a chance to let their hair down and cut loose. Later, thanks to my pal “Decibel Dennis” MacDonald, I would discover the long version, which ran for almost eight minutes. CHRISTMAS LAND by Wally Whyton [Piccadilly 1961] As evidenced by the line, We went walking in a misty sky and traveled into Christmas Land, this tune features two of my favorite things: Traveling and Christmas. When you think of it, Christmas isn’t necessarily something that arrives, at least not for me. You have to go there, by choice, and partake in whatever it has to offer. This track came from Sequel’s Sixties Christmas, a CD that I scored via mail order from the Bear Family library. Out of 30 songs, this is the one that really knocked me out, and in the Christmas music collecting business, 1 out of 30 is a damn good ratio. CHRISTMAS ROAD by Allen Keller [Charlie Parker Records 1962] This is a relatively new find. While trolling through eMusic’s vast online catalog of songs, armed only with the keyword “Christmas”, I listened to 999 absolutely dreadful songs before the dark clouds parted and I found this tune. Its origin is an album cut in late November of 1962 featuring all original compositions. This is not a Christmas album. It’s a 12-track LP featuring tunes written by and sung by Allen Keller, a crooner in the style of Steve Lawrence or Jack Jones, with a hipper Long Island view of the world. He was a complete original who just happened to cut one track with a holiday theme. Lyrically, it implies that with a little bit of effort, you can turn around a bad mood by digging the Christmas thing. So weary traveler, Put down your load, And start to live, On Christmas Road.

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12. Hip Hop Sample Megamix

Hip Hop Sample Megamix

The greatest hip hop samples of all time. This took ages to prepare, and it still sounds like garbage. 1. Intro 2. Little Boy Blues - Seed of Love 3. Isley Brothers - Footsteps in the Dark 4. Average White Band - School Boy Crush 5. The Charmels - As Long As I've Got You 6. Ramp - Daylight 7. Labi Siffre - I Got The 8. Isley Brothers - Between the Sheets 9. Michael McDonald - I Keep Forgettin' 10. David Axelrod - The Edge 11. Alan Parsons Project - Ammonia Avenue 12. J Dilla – The New 13. J Dilla – Stop 14. Charlie Parker & Miles Davis – A Night in Tunisia 15. Jimmy McGriff – Green Dolphin Street 16. Tom Scott – Today 17. McCoy Tyner – Impressions 18. Bootsy Collins – Ahh…The Name is Bootsy, Baby 19. Joe Cocker – Woman to Woman 20. Ike Turner – Getting Nasty 21. Mtume – Juicy Fruit 22. Tom Tom Club – Genius of Love 23. Kool & the Gang – Funky Stuff 24. World Famous Supreme Team – Hey DJ 25. Malcolm McLaren – Buffalo Gals 26. Max Romeo – Chase the Devil 27. Amral’s Trinidad Cavaliers – Oye Como Va 28. Menahan Street Band – Make the Road by Walking 29. Rick James – Mary Jane 30. Cheryl Lynn – Got to be Real 31. James Brown – Sex Machine 32. Michael Viner – Apache 33. James Brown – Mother Popcorn 34. George Clinton – Atomic Dog 35. Zapp & Roger – So Ruff, So Tuff 36. Ronnie Hudson – West Coast Poplock 37. A Tribe Called Quest - Award Tour 38. Lyn Collins – Think 39. Marva Whitney – It’s My Thing 40. Bobby Bird – Hot Pants 41. Sly Stone – Trip to Your Heart 42. Eugene McDaniels – Headless Heroes 43. Diana Ross – I’m Coming Out 44. Heatwave – Boogie Nights 45. Creative Source – Who is He and What is He to You 46. Kurtis Blow – Christmas Rappin’ 47. Kurtis Blow – The Breaks 48. Michael Jackson – Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough 49. Michael Jackson – Wanna Be Startin’ Something 50. Prince – Kiss 51. The Whispers – And The Beat Goes On 52. Funkadelic – Not Just Knee Deep 53. Jonny Pate – Shaft in Africa 54. Funkadelic – One Nation Under A Groove 55. Chic - Good Times 56. Earth Wind & Fire – Let’s Groove Tonight 57. LaFayette Afro-Rock Band – Darkest Light 58. Michael Jackson feat. Miles Davis – Human Nature 59. The Chi-Lites – Are You My Woman 60. Led Zeppelin - When The Levee Breaks 61. Dr. Dre – Lyrical Gangbang 62. The Honeydrippers – Impeach the President 63. The Skull Snaps – It’s A New Day 64. Melvin Bliss – Synthetic Substitution 65. James Brown – Funky Drummer 66. The Soul Searchers – Ashley’s Roachclip 67. The B-Boys – Two, Three, Break 68. Billy Squier – The Big Beat 69. The Mohawks – The Champ 70. Funkadelic – You’ll Like It Too 71. Ike Turner – Funky Mule 72. The Winstons – Amen, Brother 73. Ronnie Laws – Tell Me Something Good 74. Rose Royce - Born To Love You 75. Beastie Boys – Hey Ladies 76. Run-DMC – Peter Piper 77. Bob James – Take Me To The Mardi Gras 78. A Tribe Called Quest – Can I Kick It 79. Blues Brothers Outro

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13. Feeling Christmassy Yet?!

Feeling Christmassy Yet?!

It's that time of year again...you know, the one where certain artists and songwriters (The Pogues, Shakin' Stevens, Slade and George Michael) get a nice, fat royalty payout. Whilst I'm quite partial to a Christmas song, I often find myself sick and tired of the same old songs long before I've started buying presents or putting up the tree (which admittedly is usually left too late). I'm sure many of Yule feel the same, so my gift to you this year is an hour long mix of vintage Christmas soul, reggae, blues, rock and roll, gospel, jazz and more. All killer, no stocking filler - the perfect antidote to the same old Christmas music. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! TMO xx Staple Singers – Silent Night Otis Redding – Merry Christmas, Baby Clarence Carter – Back Door Santa Fats Waller – Swinging Them Jingle Bells The Toasters - Winter Wonderland Jacob Millar & Ray-I – All I Want For Ismas Lillian Briggs – Rock n Roll Polly Santa Claus Butterbeans & Susie – Papa Aint No Santa Claus (Mama Aint No Christmas Tree) Troy Hess – Christmas On The Moon Lord Executor – Christmas Is A Joyful Day -Sermon from Rev J.M. Gates (1929) – ‘Did You Spend Christmas Day In Jail?’- The Youngsters – Christmas In Jail Patti Page – Boogie Woogie Santa Clause Jayran Acharya – Sante Claus Is Coming The Toasters – God Rock You Steady Gentlemen Pearl Bailey – Five Pound Box Of Money Charlie Parker – White Christmas Bob Marley – White Christmas Roosevelt Sykes – Let Me Hang Your Stockings In Your Christmas Tree Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five – Baby, It’s Cold Outside Jackson 5 – Little Drummer Boy

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