Take a long look outside at the blanket o’ white and marvel. Is there any other view that stymies our senses so?
Manhatten Transfer smoo-oo-ooth their way across the pale piles with the classic 1941 Claude Thornhill “Snowfall.” The band is so big, it’s orchestral. Doris Day adds sex to this one. Tony Bennett adds class. The Four Freshman add cool. Let’s stop there.
Gospel tinges Ingrid Michaelson’s “Snowfall.” But it’s a prayer for love of man, more than of God.
Reckless Kelly turns his “Snowfall” into a cowboy survival struggle. Just another night out West.
Scott Chapman stumbles through his poetic “Snowfall (Christmas Dreaming)” mixing love, Christmas joy, sadness and beauty in no particular order. Languid pop ballideering.
Pretty puffery from the makers of Angry Birds. “The Snowfall Full Song” might appear fragmentarily in the background of some video game, but here it’s a maestro-piece of vocal wonder and piano drama. Sung by Osmo Ikonen.
Illinois State University’s a cappella group The Clef Hangers pace out a serious (Enya inspired) and solemn “Snowfall.” Try not to watch how they channel their emotions bodily.
Rock that fall! Tim Rosenau burns up the flurry with “It Snowed.” Ooo, mama.
Well, here’s what turns my snow machine on: HANSA with their “Snowfall.” Fun frothy frivolity!