King Teddy | A Very Teddy Christmas

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A Very Teddy Christmas

by King Teddy

New retro-swing Christmas classics. Two originals, plus a sax-driven instrumental take on “Winter Wonderland,” will be right at home in your holiday mix whether you’re warming your cockles by the fire or twirling on the dance floor.
Genre: Holiday: Pop
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1. Could It Be Christmas?
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2. Christmas Eve Tonight
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3. Winter Wonderland
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
King Teddy presents a nifty trio of holiday tunes including two catchy original compositions and a brand new instrumental take on a seasonal classic. King Teddy is a swing/jump blues/rockabilly outfit from the Washington DC area.

More about the songs on A Very Teddy Christmas:

“Could It Be Christmas” (Sottong) This bouncy retro-swing number sounds like a collaboration between Frank Sinatra and Paul McCartney. It’s about the joy of Christmas sneaking up on you.

“Christmas Eve Tonight” (Rivizzigno) has all the makings of a Christmas sentimental favorite, evoking familiar images of Christmases present and past

"Winter Wonderland" (Bernard, Smith arr. Watling) A holiday homage to the swinging, gritty tenor sax stylings of Sam Butera (Louis Prima band), and DC-area sax legend Joe Stanley (Bill Black Combo).


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Ann

Great job!
Love the new tunes! Can't wait to see you at First Night Alexandria on 12/31!!

DrKoz

Merry Christmas to Me!!
Thanks for the early Christmas gift, guys! These songs are new old-standard classics in our house. It took one listen for us to start singing "Could it Be Christmas? ooo-OOOO-oooooo!" non-stop. Still so much list, and so little time to shop. But the vocal harmonies and clean melody on this song make everything feel holiday-bright, despite the specter of freezing rain ... I'm warm in a way that the weatherman can't explain ... Could it be Christmas? ooo-OOOO-oooooo! Could it be Christmas? ooo-OOOO-oooooo! ...

You see? Bet you can't resist, either.

Seth K.

Great job!
Great job, guys! 2 originals, and 1 cover, and none of them make me nauseous, like a lot of seasonal fare does...

Bill

Thank the Lord (or Santa, if you're secular)!
Every year it's another glut of Christmas tunes from established artists, and 99% of them play it safe and haul out the shopworn holly and same old moldy chestnuts. Not King Teddy--we've got two originals and one standard that shakes things up. So few original Christmas songs either a.) say anything new or b.) feel like they were written specifically for the occasion, but these are true seasonal songs, from the sentiment to the arrangements. I dare you to push "Could It Be Christmas" out of your head once you've heard it. Like all classic, successful Christmas music, this puts you in the mood.