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Hi all...

 

Yes its that time of year again...and was wondering if any of you out there had any Xmas montages that you have made up and are looking to share?

 

I am looking for montages to play between shows in the run up to Christmas.

 

I would love to hear any that have been produced as you guys know how to make some cracking montages!!

 

Cheers

 

Russ@Real Hit Radio

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I woudn't know about "crackin montages", but, as I do a number one hits show, here is a montage, of sorts, with the only 5 xmas songs to hit number one on the billboard best sellers chart (prior to 1958) and Hot 100 (after 1958) in the United States. There has not been a Christmas song to hit number one on the hot 100 chart since 1958 when the chipmunks did it.

 

I left 15 seconds at the end to add whatever ya want for voice.

 

Here's the background on the 5 songs:

 

Chipmunks - The Chipmunk Song (christmas time is here) 1958

Spike Jones - All I want for christmas (is my two front teeth) 1949

Jimmy Boyd - I saw mommy kissing santa claus 1953

Gene Autry - Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer 1950

Bing Crosby - White Christmas 1942

 

Note: Some would argue that Vaughn Monroe's Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow which hit number one in January 1946 was a christmas song, but most experts say no, it was a "winter love song."

Tom

 

 

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Got some seriously Twisted xmas songs Dunno if "Frosty the Pervert" is quite what youre looking for i guess LOL

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I want that one "Frosty the Pervert" :lol:

 

Give me a few days Bill gotta find the disk .... Believe me Its not for the faint hearted!:biggrinthumb:

 

Mind i saw Chipmunks earlier in the thread "Chipmunks roasting on an open fire" is another twisted one.

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I Love Spike Jones- check out Laura, must be on you tube, or Tea For Two!

 

Soon be time to drag out the Phil Specor Xmas album, it gets me "right there" every Xmas, I degenerate to an 8 year old!

Mind, you- it ain't that difficult for me :retard:;):clown:

 

 

My other Xmas ritual is to watch Gremlins, man- I just love hearing Darlene Love - Baby, please come home for Christmas and the scene(s) with Rockin Ricky on the radio!

 

My fav bit, is when they watch Snow White- I just love that bit!:D

 

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Ok Dont say i DIDNT warn you!!!

 

http://www.mediafire.com/?ptmk4weko0s1jc9

 

Those of a Sensitive disposition or Those Under 18 Please DO NOT DOWNLOAD!!!

 

Enjoy!!!

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An Interestng question came up on another board and I have been asked this several times. Didn't Karen Carpenter's "Merry Christmas Darling" make it to number one? Yes it did, but only on the christmas chart in 1970. For some reason billboard wasn't charting christmas music in 1970 on the hot 100 (Karen got the shaft on that one as it would have easily made number one by most experts account). Interestingly enough, John Lennon/Yoko Ono and the Plastic Ono Band's "Happy Xmas (War Is Over) made it to number 3 on the hot 100 in the U.S. release of the song in 1971 (many people feel this should have been number 1). So what song was number one when tis song was number 3? Sly and the Family Stone's "Family Affair". You tell me....which one was better? And although many believed "Happy Xmas (War Is Over) to be a war protest song, it has since become a Christmas classic that gets as much air play as any other Christmas classic.

Tom

 

 

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