Jazz For The Holidays by Jim Santella. Jazz For The Holidays. Invisible Music Records 2002.
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Artist: Joey DeFrancesco Album: Home For The Holidays Genre: Mainstream Jazz, Soul Label: Alma Records Released: 2014 Quality: FLAC (tracks) Tracklist: CD 1: Mistletoe And Holly (3:05). Home For The Holidays (4:40). Baby It's Cold Outside (4:06). Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (4:26). The Twelve Days Of Christmas (6:45). What Are You Doing New Year's Eve? (4:19).
Miracles: The Holiday Album is the first holiday album and seventh studio album by saxophonist Kenny G. It was released by Arista Records in 1994, and peaked at number 1 on the Billboard 200, Contemporary Jazz Albums and R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. It was the overall best-selling Christmas/holiday album in the United States for both 1994 and 1996. It sold 2,987,000 copies in 1994 and 888,000 copies in 1996.
Jazz Holidays: listen and download Various Artists - O Tannenbaum, Various Artists - Santa Claus is Coming to Town, Mel Tormé, Various Artists - Christmastime Is Here from A Charlie Brown Christmas, Various Artists - Away in a Manger & more. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas 03:04. Home for the Holidays 03:24. The Christmas Song 03:55. Winter Wonderland 02:51. Up on the Housetop 03:14. White Christmas 02:26. O Christmas Tree 03:11. O Little Town of Bethlehem 02:47.
Shmoop guide to F. Scott Fitzgerald The Jazz Age. Smart, fresh history of F. Scott Fitzgerald The Jazz Age by PhDs and Masters from Stanford, Harvard, Berkeley. This infusion of new money brought with it a new morality for the young social set, one less concerned with the traditional values of past generations and more interested in individualism and modernism. Policy changes in the . unwittingly encouraged this new culture. Prohibition drove America's drinking population into speakeasies, underground clubs where people could enjoy their booze and the newly popular jazz music. Sexual mores loosened. Youth-centric culture flourished. Women bobbed their hair (see Fitzgerald's story "Bernice Bobs Her Hair") and traded floor-length.