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Christmas music from the 1960s and 1970s featuring the albums from Goodyear and Firestone Tire Stores.

Christmas Wonderland

Christmas Wonderland

Andre Kostelanetz’s ‘Christmas in Wonderland’ from 1963 is like Christmas Muzak on overdrive. Happy, corny and just fun, the music is as sweet as the album cover. Amazon: Wonderland of Christmas

Rudolph and Friends

Rudolph and Friends

We all know the songs from the Rankin-Bass Christmas specials. “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer” contains all of the original songs from the special, plus instrumentals versions. “Rudolph, Frosty and Friends” has most of the RTRNR songs, plus tracks from “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town” and “Frosty the Snowman”. Either one will give you hours of Christmas fun the whole season! Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer: http://amzn.to/1R2F44d Rudolph, Frosty and Friends: http://amzn.to/1R2FaJb

Joy To The World

Joy To The World

From 1959 comes Andre Kostelanetz’s first Christmas album. This is real orchestral Christmas music with chorus, featuring baritone Earl Wrightson, similar along the lines of Percy Faith. If you are more familiar with his later albums, Side 1 is a bit more serene, but a beautiful track nonetheless. This release is the source of most of the Kostelanetz tracks on the earlier Goodyear Great Songs of Christmas albums. Joy To The World (Amazon) – Note, the artwork is different for the CD…

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Goodyear Updates

Goodyear Updates

There are updates to the first 3 Goodyear LPs, with new album scans and links to the music. Great Songs of Christmas Album One Great Songs of Christmas Album Two Great Songs of Christmas Album Three  

Wish Book ’72

Wish Book ’72

http://www.wishbookweb.com/FB/1972_Sears_Wishbook/files/assets/basic-html/page-1.html# Time to start making that wish list, and of course you must use the Sears Wishbook! Just gotta get (3) a pair of Plaid 2-Way Stretch Jeans. They are plaid, they stretch and they are jeans, what more could you want?