Here comes Santa Claus

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Here comes Santa Claus

Postby colonel snow » Tue Apr 30, 2019 7:59 pm

The original version was recorded on 28 august 1947 by Gene Autry (Columbia 20377 / Columbia 37942).

Another version was recorded on 04-12-47 by Cliffie Stone (Capitol 15205).

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Re: Here comes Santa Claus

Postby colonel snow » Tue Apr 30, 2019 8:06 pm

Other recording (1948-1949):
00-09-48 - Jesse Rogers & his 49ers (RCA-20-3243);
10-05-49 - Bing Crosby with The Andrew Sisters (Decca 24658);
17-05-49 - Bob Eberly (Coral 60112);
01-07-49 - Doris Day (Columbia 38584);
23-08-49 - Red Foley (Decca 46185);
00-09-49 - Sammy Kaye & his Orchestra with vocal Don Cornell, Laura Leslie, The Kaydets & The Kaye Choir (RCA 20-3575 / 47-3071).

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Re: Here comes Santa Claus

Postby Colin B » Fri May 03, 2019 7:36 pm

colonel snow wrote:The original version was recorded on 28 august 1947 by Gene Autry (Columbia 20377 / Columbia 37942).

Another version was recorded on 04-12-47 by Cliffie Stone (Capitol 15205).


That Cliffie Stone left things a tad too late to catch the Xmas market, didn't he ?
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