“What is Christmas Without a Tree?” wonder Sno Cones with pop rock, tambourine, and Spanish guitar. (It’s like Easter without the bunny.) (It’s like this blog without this song.)
As mentioned afore, location may determine the availability of a good tree. Rusty Wellington pushes the c-western envelope with “There’s No Christmas Tree in Vietnam.” Our boys!
But, no trees in Trini?! “No Trees for We” worry General Grant with some shakin’ parang.
There’s not no Christmas tree in Butterbeans & Susie’s comedy ragtime “Papa Ain’t No Santa Claus, and Mama Ain’t No Christmas Tree.” It’s all comparative symbolism. And insults.
Treemouth wonders about the should have beens while rocking out about the loss of his “Christmas Tree.” He’s got none. Sad. But rhythmic.
Big R+B from Roy C who has no woman no cry no tree in “Christmas Without a Tree.” Ain’t nobody here but me. Blue now.
Minister Johnson classily cools R+B with a larcenous libretto about a B+E in “Where’s My Christmas Tree?” Poor screaming guy, they even took his biscuits!
It’s so beautiful, even “Aliens Stole My Christmas Tree.” anote4you revisits on of my favorite hillbilly breakdowns.
Wild swinging rockabilly from The Ridin Dudes (TRD) who got the blues, but ain’t got “No Christmas Tree.” Blue Christmas, baby.
Autulume suggests next year to have “A Christmas Tree.” Good plan. Symphonic jazz fun.