Lee Aaron - Almost Christmas [Digipak] | RECORD STORE DAY

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Almost Christmas [Digipak]
Artist: Lee Aaron
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 11/26/2021
UPC: 4250444188741

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1. Everything's Gonna Be Cool This Christmas
2. Baby Please Come Home
3. Run, Run, Rudolph
4. It Doesen't Often Snow at Christmas
5. Zat You Santa Claus?
6. I Don't Believe in Christmas
7. Merry Christmas Everybody
8. All I Ever Get for Christmas Is Blue
9. Peace on Earth
10. The Fiddle and the Drum
11. Almost Christmas
12. More Fun on the Naughty List

More Info:

For her Christmas album, Lee Aaron and her band have put together a collection of tracks that showcase Aaron's unique vocal range of rockers, blues and jazz-oriented material.Thus, the album features established favorites like Darlene Love's "Baby Please Come Home," Slade's "'Merry Christmas Everybody'" and a raucous cover of Chuck Berry's "Run Run Rudolph." But also obscure tracks like The Eels' "Everything Is Gonna Be Cool This Christmas" and The Sonics' punky "Don't Believe In Christmas," Over The Rhine's blues-tinged "All I Ever Get For Christmas Is Blue," an accapella version of Joni Mitchell's "The Fiddle and the Drum" and a jazzy arrangement of Louis Armstrong's "Zat You Santa Claus." To top it off, a rockin' cover of "It Doesn't Often Snow At Christmas" by the Pet Shop Boys."Making a Christmas album became a passion project, not only to keep my band family together this year, but we also wanted to make something as a gift for our fans to lift their spirits during these difficult times," explains Lee Aaron.