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Have Yourself a Rockin' Little Christmas

Lucinda Williams

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1.1
Blue Christmas
Lucinda Williams
2:42
1.2
Run Rudolph Run
Lucinda Williams
3:42
1.3
Christmas Tears
Lucinda Williams
4:14
1.4
If We Make It Through December
Lucinda Williams
2:30
1.5
Merry Christmas Baby
Lucinda Williams
3:48
1.6
I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm
Lucinda Williams
2:47
1.7
Santa Claus Wants Some Lovin'
Lucinda Williams
3:00
1.8
Christmas in New Orleans
Lucinda Williams
3:30
1.9
Please Come Home for Christmas
Lucinda Williams
2:39
1.10
Little Red Rooster
Lucinda Williams
3:53
1.11
Merry Christmas (I Don't Want to Fight Tonight)
Lucinda Williams
2:55
1.12
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
Lucinda Williams
2:52
Total Playing Time    38:32
Lu's Jukebox is a six-volume series of mostly full-band performances recorded live at Ray Kennedy's Room & Board Studio in Nashville, TN. Each volume features a themed set of songs by other artists curated by the multi-Grammy award winner, Lucinda Williams. For the 5th volume of the series, Williams presents Have Yourself a Rockin' Little Christmas, a 12-track set of holiday standards old and new!
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Highway 20 Records Studio Masters

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