Snowman breaks up with you!
Metallically “Beware the Snowman” chills the pop out. Redeads make like a sleigh and ride.
Could adds to the sitar raga rock oeuvre with “We Are the Snowman,” a plaintive ode to the odd cold ones.
“Bob the Snowman” has no feet, but check out his dance number from Phredd. Folk rock for the sock hop.
Middle of the road easy listening pop resonates in “Snowman” from James Darby. He won’t stay, granted, but to admit that it’s the same old song… James… really?
Alt polka from Elevator Music moves your frozen feet to “Snowman Song.” That’s the ticket.
Suitcase hard rocks “This was a Snowman” about the forgotten sentinel of the outside. Or maybe a drug trip.
Kevin Kane wallows in “Snowman Blues,” an uptempo guitar beating you might need more than you think.
Pop blues sympathizes with that lonely figure of geometry in Ernest J. Papay’s “Snowman.” Ends hopefully enough.
Mo’ cold, mo’ blues. “No Man Like a Snowman” becries the sad state of Reba Russell Band’s romantic adventures. Brrr.
“Mr. Snowman Blues” is chilling at the party like no other. Renah Wolzinger dances around perhaps the coolest of all snowmen i’ve heard sung about. On the cover, looks like a kids’ album, but deep jazz blues.
Amy Jill and Bradley Williams (why so many firstnames?!) between exhortations of ‘Merry Christmas’ chase the ingredients of “The Snowman” into sad formation. Melancholy even.
It would be so simple if John Safranko were a “Snowman.” Pop organ soft shoe to dismiss all those troubles. Except when he wishes for a tuba. What?
XTC wants to know, in their own tribal folk pop way, why she treats him like a “Snowman.” Wah.
Buford Pope has a folk rock diagnosis of his “Snowman” of Dylanesque proportions. He’s not gonna make it.
Sometimes the angst (off the holiday topic) is sooo cool, i have to hip you to it. The Wiyos serve us up a slab of speakeasy jazz so smokey mokey you have to give an ear, dad. “Snowman.” ‘Nuff said.
Wizards of Boat’s “Melted Snowman theSnowman” psychedelically folk guitars the possibilities to keep you guessing. I guess.
Roger Miller scat plays to The Fulltones’ advantage whilst singing about missing his love, feeling like “The Snowman.” Road ‘grass of the finest drivin’ kind.
Let’s all get along. “Don’t Knock Over My Snowman” warns Bryan McCabe, but i think he means don’t shake his basic life principles. R+B rock.
Ennui leads Jefferson Pepper to feel like a “Plastic Illuminated Snowman” with the bulb burned out. Likeable country rock, but it don’t get much worse a message.
Loneliness from the homegrown UK hip hop of Stephen Thomas. But “The Stylish Snowman” updates the looking for love in all the wrong places and broadens our minds as to the transitional states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) and why we don’t have to be so narrow. Clever by two.