Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra - Boogie Woogie Santa Claus [1950] Traditional Christmas Song

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Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra - Boogie Woogie Santa Claus [1950] Traditional Christmas Song

"Boogie Woogie Santa Claus" is a song written by René. The song was recorded with Mabel Scott in late 1947 for Supreme Records and placed within the top 15 of Billboard's Race Records chart. Patti Page covered the song in 1950 to little attention, but its B-side, "Tennessee Waltz", became a #1 hit in the United States and is one of her best-known works. Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra also released a version in 1950 with Sonny Parker on vocals. It has since been recorded by many other artists, including The Brian Setzer Orchestra for their 2002 album Boogie Woogie Christmas and Colin James for 2007's Colin James & The Little Big Band: Christmas.

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