Label: KDWB - KDWB-63-1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country •
Side l 1. Sexin - King Louie - Soprano Rhapsody 2 Op C. Friedmann 2. Minuet From Serenade 1 Mozart 3. A Jubilant Overture Alfred Reed 4. Choral Prelude Bach 5.
Side 2 1. Blessing, Glory and Wisdom Bach 2. Hennagin 5. Ave Maria Bruckner 7. Hymn To David Beck 8. Two Chances Arr. Individual record sleeves are made of lightweight white paper with all graphics, numerals and lettering in black. Etiquette Records l. Side One 1. Side 1 1. Side One lst Place In Competition l.
Garfield 1. Sing Baby Sing 2. Moonlight In Vermont 3. Bremerton West High l. I'll Take Romance 2. That's All 3. Once In A While 2. I'll Take Romance. Side Two l. Kent-Meridian 3. April In Paris 2. All Star Band l. Mutchler 1. Dreamsville 4. Kennedy, Richard M. National recording package designed for release in conjunction with country music stations across the U. Gatefold album jackety. Seattle, Washington. Carmen Dragon 2. Hospodi Pomilui Von Lvov; Arr. Ward Swingle 3.
Davis 5. Steffe: Arr. Roy Ringwald. Transylvania Fanfare Benson 2. Sunday Spanish Harlem - Various - Disc/Coveries Heft 3. Satin Doll Strayhorn - Ellington 4. The Girl From Ipanema Gilberto 5. Vagabond Song Sigmund Romberg 6. La De Dah Traditional 8. Team Come On - Robert Finley - Age Dont Mean A Thing Spanish Harlem - Various - Disc/Coveries . Peter Gunn Mancini Alma Mater Hansel - Klein.
Life's Too Short V. Masada A. The Rapture D. Careless G. This Kind Of Happiness D. Walking Up Golgotha Hill G. Side Two 1. Music From???? Side Eh 1. Side 1. Side B 1. Gabriel Faure Op. Wonderous Love Arr.
Christiansen 2. Send Out Thy Light Gouned. Guantanamo Van Auken 3. Gloria In Escelsis Deo J. Bach 2. Side l l. The Christmas season found a unique record in Northwest stores. It was an album of Christmas tunes entitled simply "Merry Christmas. A Christmas album in itself was not unusual. Spanish Harlem - Various - Disc/Coveries three Tacoma, Washington groups were recording for that city's Etiquette Records, a label owned and operated by members of The Wailers.
It was within that band that the idea to bring the groups together on a Phil Spector-like seasonal package was born. Members of all three bands intermingled on the selections which included old standards, originals and familiar melodies with gimmick lyrics. John "Buck" Ormsby, bassist for the Wailers remembers: "There was no heart in any of the tunes, but we thought they might sell.
Problem was, the whole project fell flat on its face. One of the songs by the Sonics was called "It's Christmas. The package was finished and on the market when word came that we couldn't get publication rights to use the On Broadway melody.
We had to pull the whole works. What a fiasco. Withdrawn from stores, "Merry Christmas" faded into oblivion. Celsius - Kent - 2 Albums Originaux (CD, Album, Album), as so often is the case, gone did not mean forgotten.
Today the ill-fated album is one of the most rare and sought after Northwest record collectables. She's Coming Home R. Gardner - K. Don't Believe In Christmas J. Appless - Various - The Art Of Distortion Spirit? It's Christmas Words by J. Brown - G. Maybe This Year N. Anderson - R. Christmas Eve R. Torme - R. Feelin' Down - The London Taxi 3. High Time - The Sonics 6.
My Generation - The Bards. Beneath A Tree - Magic Fern 4. Minglewood Blues - PH Phactor 5.
Lipstick - Buzzcocks - Ever Fallen In Love? - Buzzcocks Finest, Butterfly High - The Next Move - The Art Of Life, Elvis Costello & The Imposters - The Return Of The Spectacular Spinning Songbook, Arrest / Lineup - Various - Music From The Wattstax Festival & Film, The Wrong Chorus - Daria - Silencer