Just the word snow is enough to jimmie loose those songwriting instincts.
“Snow” by Rosemary Clooney appears in the cinematic chestnut ‘White Christmas.’ It’s a torch song for the white stuff. (She sang it with Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye in the film, but her voice was subbed out to Peggy Lee in the soundtrack.)
Plank Road’s Teresa Jennings has a Gulf Coast beat with some pretty arpeggios for her “Snow.”
Claudine Longet gives us a taste of the ’60s (before she was a boyfriend shooter) with the French pop “Snow.”
Brand new release from Angus and Julia Stone sells “Snow” as a family country folk fusion.
Loreena McKennitt brings the ethereal with her Celtic faerie tinkling in “Snow.” Shivers!!
Illinois alt rockers Sleeping at Last made a fan collage of submitted footage into a video for their own soft paean to “Snow.” Ooh, look!