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  1. #46
    JBL 4645
    Well its only 1 hour till Christmas eve so here’s a Christmas song for the festive season.

    Christmas songs Perry Como - Jingle Bells Lyrics

  2. #47
    JBL 4645
    This is a nice cheery one lots of brass and voices.

    Christmas Songs - We Wish You a Merry Christmas Lyrics

  3. #48
    JBL 4645
    I’ve got this patched into the AUX on the Kenwood and this Youtube video is in (((stereo))) so plug it into the JBL now! Eyna rocks!

    Christmas Songs - Enya (((stereo)))

    Enya - Navidad // Christmas (Mono)
    This one is in monaural sound only, but still a sweet song.

    Enya - We Wish You a Merry Christmas (Mono)
    Eyna as sweet sounding silky sounded voice, that sounds great around the festive season.

  4. #49
    JBL 4645
    Now it’s time for some, Celine Dion.

    The Christmas song Celine Dion

    Christmas Songs - Silent Night.

  5. #50
    JBL 4645
    Now it’s time for the King of rock’ n role, to sing one.

    Christmas with Elvis

  6. #51
    JBL 4645
    Found this nice song and yes its in (((stereo))) enjoy.

    Calabrese Natalizie (Christmas Songs) - Madonna Mia (((stereo)))

    Calabrese Natalizie (Christmas Songs) - BonaSira Madonna (((stereo)))

    It’s a rare thing to hear (((stereo))) on youtube.

    Happy Christmas Eve JBL Lansing members.

  7. #52
    JBL 4645
    Now its time for some Madonna.

    Santa Baby

  8. #53
    JBL 4645
    Remember the “band aid” song from the 1980’s.

    Do they know it's christmas

  9. #54
    JBL 4645
    I know this song as very politely statement my apologies.

    John Lennon - So this is Christmas

  10. #55
    JBL 4645
    Placido Domingo & Vanessa Williams sing Christmas songs

  11. #56
    JBL 4645
    Not too sure about this one the choir sounds a bit dry and the drum and bass sounds a bit like a computer, on the first Christmas song. The second one has a mild bit of liveliness, but too dry for my taste.

    St Philips Boys Choir's Christmas songs

    Anyway there’s a bunch of Christmas songs for you guys to listen to, a few (((stereo))) ones included hope you enjoy them as much as I have over the past few hours.

  12. #57
    JBL 4645
    This one is for you Heather, LOL Meow.

    Musashi's Xmas song

    Jingle Cats - Merry Christmas To All

    We wish you a merry christmas

    Meow Mix! - J-Squad


    The Jingle Cats - White Christmas
    Too much LOL

  13. #58
    Heather [Senorita member] hjames's Avatar
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    NoVA - DC 'burbs
    Not that badly produced Catz dreck ... ewwwww!

    THIS ONE is more my style ...
    Elizabeth Fraser - Cocteau Twins ...

    Quote Originally Posted by JBL 4645 View Post

    This one is for you Heather,

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  14. #59
    JBL 4645
    Happy Chitsrmas Eve Heather

    I take it you’ve seen them before then, meow.

    That was nice, nice sub bass rhythm that was high or near to the 70 80Hz that was hitting me in the chest. "Winter Wonderland". Thanks.

    Must say that Eyna song is deep in the chest pounding sub bass register, I need to re-solder one of the wires on the SPL db meter darn wire is lose? Need to take SPL readings of “Christmas Songs - Enya (((stereo)))”.

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    Senior Member ratitifb's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBL 4645 View Post
    Just watched it what a charming song, that was, is that Italian? Thanks.
    Boby Lapointe was born on April 16, 1922 in Pézénas in the South of France. His childhood was filled with pranks like painting the weathervane of the church neon green for Easter and shaving the tax-collector's dog. When he came of age, Nazi Germany had invaded France and sent him off to a forced-labor camp. He escaped, twice, and found his way back to Pézénas in 1944. Boby is most famous for his music, cleverly arranged and his lyrics filled with puns and spoonerisms. In addition to his musical career, however, he also was an inventor and a mathemetician, inventing the automatic transmission (or at least the foundation for it) and developing a mathematical system called bibinary...

    Actually Boby wrotte all these songs by playing with all the words, often by very familiar way !

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