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Song, Baby It's Cold Outside. From the movie "Elf". Leon Redbone & Zooey Deschanel sing it.
20 Dec 2012
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Some Christmas music from the movie Elf.
16 Dec 2012
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From the Soundtrack of "ELF" This is Zooey Deschanel's and Leon Redbone's Deut of "Baby it's cold Outside" Join me on Facebook *******www.facebook****/profile.php?id=100000099303710&sk=info
7 Feb 2012
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The clip leon from Elf (2003) with Will Ferrell, Leon Redbone Hey, buddy, wanna pick some snow berries? Not now, arctic puffin. Hello, buddy. Oh... hi, Leon. Why the long face, partner? It seems I'm... I'm not an elf. 'Course you're not. You're 6'3" And had a beard since you were 15. Papa says my real father Lives in a magical place far away. I don't know what to do. At least you have a daddy. I was just rolled up one day and left out here in the cold. But the thing is, I've never even left the North Pole. Buddy, I've been around the world Many times When I was a young cumulus nimbus cloud. It's a wonderful place, filled with Wondrous creatures... Except dogs. Oh, by the way, don't eat the yellow snow. Oh, I know that. All I'm sayin' is, this might be The golden opportunity To find out whom you really are.
30 Nov 2011
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Blue Christmas By ELVIS PRESLEY (Cover) "Blue Christmas" is a Christmas song written by Billy Hayes and Jay W. Johnson. The heart-broken tale of unrequited love during the holidays had long been considered a Christmas staple of country music, having been recorded by Ernest Tubb in 1948. In 1957, Elvis Presley effectively made "Blue Christmas" a steadfast rock-and-roll holiday classic by recording it in his signature style. The song has since been recorded by a host of rock and country artists alike, as well as those of other genres. The song was also featured in the children's Christmas special, The Year Without a Santa Claus. More recently, the song has been covered by Céline Dion as well as the indie band Bright Eyes and Billy Idol in his 2006 Christmas album Happy Holidays. Elvis Presley's famous recording of the song appeared on his 1957 LP Elvis' Christmas Album. It was also released as a single. Ernest Tubb's version of the song included an extra verse not used by Elvis' later version. (Courtesy of wikipedia) Lyrics: Ill have a blue Christmas without you I'll be so blue just thinking about you Decorations of red, on a green Christmas tree won't be the same dear, if you're not here with me I`ll have a blue christmas thats certain And when that blue heart ache starts hurtin you'll be doing alright, with your Christmas of white but I'll have a blue blue Christmas And when those blue snow flakes start falling that's when those blue memories start calling you'll be doing alright, with your Christmas of white but I'll have a blue blue Christmas but I'll have a blue blue Christmas Chords/Tabs: Available upon request Incomplete list of artists who've recorded this song: Ann Wilson and Nancy Wilson of the band Heart Art Paul Schlosser recorded a parody of "Blue Christmas" called "Plaid Christmas" Billy Eckstine Billy Idol Brenda Lee Bright Eyes with Conor Oberst Chaim Tannenbaum (on album The McGarrigle Christmas Hour) Clay Walker Celine Dion Chris Isaak Collective Soul David Frizzell Dean Martin Dinning Sisters with Bob Atcher Dustin Kensrue Earl Thomas Conley Elvis Presley, likely the most famous version Engelbert Humperdinck Face To Face Fats Domino Flee The Seen Frank Yankovic George Canyon Glen Campbell Harry Connick, Jr. Highway 101 Hugo Winterhalter Jim Reeves Jingle Cats Jon Bon Jovi Joe Perry John Denver John Holt Johnny Cash Johnny Mathis Joshua James (folk singer) Laima Lawrence Welk Leon Redbone Low Mahogany Christmas Players Marie Osmond Mike Denver Nicole Atkins on The Hotel Café Presents Winter Songs a compilation of original recordings and classic holiday tracks sung by a lineup of female singer-songwriters Russ Morgan and His Orchestra first pop version; #13 on Billboard in 1949 Sawyer Brown Seymour Swine and the Squealers, an unofficial imitation of Porky Pig (variously attributed to Mark McCollum[1]; or Denny Brownlee; or John-Boy and Billy of WRFX-FM [2]) Shakin' Stevens Sheryl Crow Stonewall Jackson The Brian Setzer Orchestra The Misfits The Graduate The Oak Ridge Boys The Partridge Family The Perishers The Platters The Ventures Tom Keifer Vince Gill Willie Nelson Wynonna Just to name a few. Haha
24 Dec 2009
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The one and only Leon Redbone
15 Sep 2009
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"Here's a tune that was stolen from me many years ago, by Al Bernard...".
21 Aug 2009
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Leon Redbone is a singer and guitarist specializing in interpretations of early 20th-century music, including jazz and blues standards and Tin Pan Alley classics. One of Leon Redbone classics Shine on harvest Moon is a fine example of his talent. Redbone's origins are shrouded in mystery. Redbone has cited his date of birth as October 29, 1929; the date was the day of the US stock market crash that sparked the Great Depression. Redbone also claimed to have been born in Bombay during a ...
28 Mar 2009
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Leon Redbone on Alf's talk show
21 Dec 2008
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Even MORE of Mr. Redbone!
16 Nov 2008
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More of Mr. Redbone.
16 Nov 2008
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Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone. He closed out his set at the 2007 Appel Farm Folk Fest, Elmer NJ 2007.
16 Nov 2008
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