77 Santas Kick Off

Yeah, yeah. It’s early. Too bad. It’s snowing in the northeast today. And it’s time to get 77 Santas off the ground. If you’re not familiar with 77 Santas… Well, first off, what’s wrong with you? Secondly, this was previously a blog that featured Christmas and holiday music during November and December, and a Christmas in July special each year. We were previously located at: http://77santas.blogspot.com/ Now, we are located here, along with multiple other obsessions and weirdness. Why’s it named 77 Santas? It’s a Gayla Peevey song and it’s featured in the mix above. If you don’t like Christmas music, we hope to change that. If we don’t change that, no problem–there will be lots of other content to keep you occupied from more important things. All songs we post are available for roughly one-week after they are first posted. We do repost songs, but only if you ask nicely and, even then, assuming we feel like it.

Playlist:

All I Want for Christmas – Huey P. Smith

Christmas Time – John Anderson

Little Drummer Boy – Lenox Avenue

Cold White Christmas – Casiotone for the Painfully Alone

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen – Hoax Funeral

Be My Valentine On Christmas – Glenna Bell

We Three Kings of Orient Are – The Beach Boys

Can I Sing A Christmas Song for You – Dave Dudley

Down on Christmas – Stompin’ Tom Connors

The Cowboy Christmas Ball – Michael Martin Murphey

Barefoot Santa Claus – Sonny James

Season’s Greetings – Teri Summers and the Librettos

Go I Will Send Thee – John Fahey

Christmas Ain’t Like Christmas Anymore – Kitty Wells

Crazy Cool Christmas – Kermit Ruffins

77 Santas – Gayla Peevey

Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) – Darlene Love

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