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drummerj12001

Need Help Identifying This Christmas Song

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Hi all. I am new here. I am trying to re-create my parents reel-to-reel christmas compilation and this is the only song I have left. I have done multiple web searches and can't find this. All of the recordings are from the 1950's, 1960's, and 1970's I have included a link to youtube of the song from the reel to reel. If anyone know the artist and/or title i would really appreciate it as it would mean alot to me to finish this project.

Thanks

Jeff

Song:

Unknown - Unknown 2

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Sorry to say but there is nothing in that music that sounds like a "Christmas Song" it's a good tune. I am not an expert on music but that is what I here.

Earle

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Sounds more like Big Band style music to me. You might want to see if there is an enthusiasts website or forum for that style that can help you.

Torqumada

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I don't think this is from the sixties or seventies. Maybe the forties of fifties. Sounds like a waltz type dance that used to be in movies of that era. I don't know it, though. very pleasant music.

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Hi all thanks so much for the help and suggestions. I did try shazam and got nothing. I totally agree that it sounds like Bert Kaempfert, that's who I thought did this. It still might be him, but I can't find the the right song. If I had even a title it would definetly make it easier.

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