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MP3 Uncle Carl - Have a Hap, Hap, Happy Christmas

Komplettes MP3 Album von Uncle Carl
Angegebene Spieldauer: 2:32
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2006-10-13
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: A swingin’ Christmas song from the "Trust The Man" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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Uncle Carl’s first single...

"Have a Hap, Hap, Happy Christmas"

A swingin’ Christmas song from the "Trust The Man" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack staring Julianne Moore, David Duchovny, Billy Crudup, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and Eva Mendes

Performed by Uncle Carl
Featuring the Harris Bros on horns
Written and produced by Carl T. Vreeland
Mixed by Daniel Wise at the Shed
Published by La Porta Music (ASCAP)
Cover art by Suzanne Vreeland - https://www.tradebit.com

Review - Soundtrack: Various Artists

The disc opens with the very catchy "It Is What It Is," by Preacherman. This has some nice heavy guitar riffs and great vocal harmonies. This is the kind of song that’s easy to love on the first listen.

There are three songs included in this soundtrack that were featured on Libby Johnson’s recent release, Annabella. Her "Indelible Mark" on Trust the Man is deliciously melodic with a great beat and some sweet lyrics. I found this one much more upbeat than most of the tracks on Annabella.
"Everything" by Ben Harper is a nice rollicking tune with a great rhythm section. "Half a Man" by Chocolate Genius is bluesy and soulful with gorgeous vocals. "Everlasting No" by Dave’s True Story is tender and slightly melancholy in a provocative way. "Pizza & Fairytales" by Kelly Padrick has some very unique stuff going on. "Have A Hap, Hap, Happy Christmas" by Uncle Carl is a sweet finale. This track is nothing like anything else on this disc. Until Uncle Carl it was all just rock and roll, but this straddles jazz and rockabilly with a nice big horn section, a fabulous beat and vocals reminiscent of Brian Setzer.
Trust the Man has a nice mix of sounds, with little bit of something for everyone.

Christine Casoli —Nights and https://www.tradebit.com

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