Nathan Foley (born 27 September 1979) is an Australian musician, singer, performer and an original member of Australian children's entertainment group Hi-5. He left Hi-5 in December 2008 after ten years with the group. Nathan started singing professionally at 10 years old with bands singing Jazz, Soul, R&B, Pop and Rock in clubs in Sydney, Australia
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From the sweet sounds of Elvis' original Christmas album to the boy-band brilliance that is the Jackson 5, these are the top picks for the cannot-be-denied cream of the Christmas-CD crop. A mix of jazzy ballads and soulful duets, Michael Bublé Christmas features something everyone can enjoy. Just be prepared for repeat requests of his most iconic renditions, including "It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas," "All I Want For Christmas Is You," and "White Christmas.
On Christmas Eve" recalls old-time Broadway musicals, while "My Lovely Flax Field," connects to a distant, more exotic past. And if you think Christmas music has lost its sense of religious meaning, "The Word Was Made Flesh" is all you'll need to reset your spiritual clock. 23. Jacob Miller, ‘Natty Christmas’ (1978). Christmas in the Heart is a great title for this utterly unexpected, weirdly inspired album – because with Dylan on the mic, it certainly isn't Christmas in the voice. In fact, his grizzled baritone is exactly what gives his 34th record a subversive charm: No music worships good singing like Christmas music, and by doing a carol like "The First Noel" or a post-War pop tune like "Christmas Island" straight and earnest, he makes you hear them with new ears.
Off the best Christmas album of all time, A Christmas Gift For You From Phil Spector, the New York girl group logs this ebullient holiday party jam that will get even Grinch to twist it out on the dance floor. Elvis Presley – "Blue Christmas". Elvis’ Christmas Album is, arguably, the best testament to the King’s artistic interests of all his albums as it masterfully tackles rockabilly, gospel, country, pop, and gospel across its 12 tracks. The most enduring cut, though, is the equal parts woeful and hopeful Blue Christmas. Sesame Street Cast – "Keep Christmas With You All Through the Year". The 1978 special Christmas Eve on Sesame Street represents the educational show at its finest, and this original track about holding on to the Christmas spirit year-round still tugs at the heartstrings. Otis Redding – "Merry Christmas Baby".
We ranked the best Christmas songs you need to put on your holiday party playlist this year. These are the 30 best Christmas songs of all time, from old-school classics to modern-day covers. View Gallery 31 Photos. 24 of 31. Michael Ochs ArchivesGetty Images.
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|1||Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
Words By – Spector, Greenwich & Barry
|2||What Christmas Means To Me
Words By – Allen Story, Anna Gordy Gaye, George Gordy
|3||Santa Clause Is Back In Town
Words By – Leiber & Stoller
|4||The Christmas Song
Words By – Mel Tormé, Robert Wells
Words By – Chris Harriott, Nathan Foley
Words By – Billy Hayes, Jay Johnson
|7||Christmas Time With You
Words By – Nathan Foley
|8||Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
Words By – Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane
|9||Run Run Rudolph
Words By – Chuck Berry, Johnny Marks, Marvin Brodie
|10||Christmas And Me
Words By – Nathan Foley
Words By – Franz Gruber, Joseph Mohr
|12||Santa Clause Is Coming To Town
Words By – Haven Gillespie, J. Fred Coots
Words By – Franz Schubert
|14||Auld Lang Syne
Words By – Robert Burns
- Co-producer – Nathan Foley
- Guitar – Clive Lendich (tracks: 11, 14), Nathan Foley (tracks: 7, 10)
- Producer – Clive Lendich
- Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By – Clive Lendich