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Captain Detendu & Djouls - Are Molesting Santa



Captain Detendu and Djouls Are Molesting Santa

We know a lot of people enjoyed the Jan Kohlmeyer Yuletide DJ Mix posted early december (very funky!), but that didn't mean we wouldn't also be there for our annual 'Wishing you a stupid Xmas' audio greetings. Every year you know you can count on Captain Détendu (the man from J.E.W.P.O.P.) to spice the Christmas selection with some eccentric carols and Hawaiian jingles. This year's mix is, as usual, full of surprises. We've been digging here, there and everywhere. Hope you'll have as mch fun listening to this one as we had cooking it. Big thanks to the Grant Phabao Express Mix & Mastering service! Merry Christmas everyone!!

Captain Detendu and Djouls Are Molesting Santa
Captain Detendu & Djouls - Are Molesting Santa
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2011-12-24

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Tracklisting :
01. The Barr Brothers - Dear Mrs. Claus
(free download from '2011 Paste Christmas Sampler', 2011)
02. The Modernaires - The Jingle Bell Polka
(from 'The Jingle Bell Polka' 78, 1947 / Columbia)
03. The Toasters - Winter Wonderland
(from 'Christma-ska' compilation, 1999 / Tachyon International Moon)
04. Kay Martin & Her Body Guards - Come On Santa, Let's Have a Ball
from 'I Know What He Wants for Christmas (But I Don't Know How to Wrap It)' album, 1962 / Laff)
05. Big John Greer Orchestra - We Wanna See Santa Do The Mambo
(from 'I Wanna See Santa Do The Mambo', 1955 / Groove Records)
06. The Waikikis - Sleigh Ride
(from 'Merry Christmas In Hawaii' album, 1962 / Kapp)
07. The Martells - Rockin' Santa Claus
(from 'Bay Area Rockers: San Francisco Rockabilly and Rock'n'Roll 1957-1960' compilation, 1999 / Ace)
08. Albert King - Santa Claus Wants Some Lovin'
(from 'Santa Claus Wants Some Lovin' 7 inch, 1974 / Stax)
09. The Ramirez Brothers - Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
(from 'A Ramirez Christmas' EP, 2010 / Audio Montage)
10. ATOM - You Should Be A Freaky Christmas, Baby
(from 'Santastic Four' compilation, 2008 / DJ BC)
11. Jimmy Haskell with The Jackie Ward Singers - Jewish Jingle Bells
(from 'Adventure In Carols compilation, 2006 / Falalalala)
12. The Les Humphries Singers - Angels Who Can't Bear to Sing
(from 'Seasons Greetings' album, 1972 / Decca)
Total time : 32:33

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Credits :
Selected by Captain Detendu (jewpop.com) and Djouls (parisdjs.com)
Mix and audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork layout by Djouls (djouls.com)

Links :
Captain Detendu runs the Jewpop website (in French) : official | facebook | soundcloud | twitter
Djouls & Grant Phabao run the Paris DJs website (in English) : official | facebook | myspace | parisdjs | soundcloud | twitter | youtube
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Funkychristmas Funkychristmas ·  26 December 2011, 15:21

Hello, nice mix. It goes along perfectly with your older ones and my 2 hours of Xmas mixes - one on your site, part 2 available also for free here: http://funkychristmas.de/liner-note...


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