Joanne Tatham | The Merriest

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The Merriest

by Joanne Tatham

Singer Supreme Joanne Tatham's first Christmas CD features jazzy songs for the holidays. Joined by Everette Harp and Wayne Bergeron. The album's songs cover something old, something new and something swingin' with great arrangements by Barry Coffing.
Genre: Holiday: Easy Listening
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Merriest
2:43 album only
2. Here We Come a-Wassailing
2:47 album only
3. Winter Wonderland
2:40 album only
4. Violets for Your Furs
3:53 album only
5. Jardin Botanico
3:31 album only
6. Happy Hollday (feat. Wayne Bergeron)
3:04 album only
7. Some Children See Him
3:32 album only
8. The Christmas Waltz
3:35 album only
9. I Still Believe in Christmas
2:18 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Joanne Tatham is a fantastic singer who has been earning rave reviews in Los Angeles and New York. She has recently performed at the Carlyle and the Metropolitan Room in New York and Upstairs at Vitellos, Vibratos and Catalina's in Los Angeles. The cd is a swinging collection of both new and old tunes including a wonderful Michael Franks composition "Jardin Botanica", a vintage June Christy Classic "The Merriest" made to sound fresh and a new tune that is destined to be a classic that was premiered on the hit CBS tv series "How I Met Your Mother" -- "I Still Believe in Christmas." She is joined by many wonderful musicians including Everette Harp, Bobby Lyle and Wyne Bergeron. The wonderful arrangements and production is by Barry Coffing.



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