FOF #2563 – Incredibly Strange Christmas Music, Vol. 9 – Don’t Be Stingy Santa

Dec 19, 2017 · 478 views

Where are our background singers? Marc Felion & Fausto Fernós enjoy a slice of Christmas Cake on the set of Cooking with Drag Queens. Photo: Jeff Knutson.

Ever since Santa Claus became the mascot for the commercialization of Christmas, folks have been giving him a hard time for what is or isn’t in his sack when he comes down their chimneys.

After all, what kind of load Santa has for you can make or break your Christmas spirit!

Of course the true spirit of Christmas may not be about what you get, it’s about what you give so today we are giving it to you good with our Incredibly Strange Christmas Music Vol. 9

Yes Virginia henny, it’s our annual Christmas Music Special- raunchy and weird songs that have way too much rum in their eggnog to be played on your mother’s radio station.

Come join us for a ride on the strange music holiday train as we look at the huge impact Eartha Kitt singing Santa Baby had on musicians that allowed them to go full on Scrooge and demand St. Nick give them a Five Pound Box of Money, honey or for the gal living in the Atomic Age, a deed to a Uranium mine.

Plus—

Are you going to invest in a Bitcoin Christmas?

What Alvin and the Chipmunks sound like slowed down.

And Patti LaBelle asking “Where are my background singers?”

Listen to all the songs without the podcast back to back:

DON’T BE STINGY SANTA
Patti LaBelle – Where Are My Background singers? – 1996
Pearl Bailey – A Five Pound Box Of Money – 1958
Mae West – Put the Loot in the Boot Santa – 1966
The Bitcoin Crypto Christmas Song By Crypto Yardie – 2017

HORNY FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Albert King – Santa Claus Wants Some Lovin – 1972
The Weather Girls – Dear Santa (Bring Me a Man This Christmas) – 1983
Ella Fitzgerald – Santa Claus Got Stuck In My Chimney – 2003 (probaby recorded in the mid 50s)

STOCKING STUFFERS
Holiday Express – Disco Santa Claus – 2000
David Seville & The Chipmunks – Christmas Don’t Be Late (Slowed Down) 2008 (originally 1958)
Tales from the Crypt – Have Yourself a Scary Little Christmas – 1994
Silent Night – Recorder By Candlelight by Matt Mulholland –

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