- Performer:The Studebakers
- Title:Christmas With the Studebakers
- Date of release:February 17, 2004
- Recording location:Wyldwood Studio, Austin, TX
- Size FLAC version1453 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1909 megabytes
- Size WMA version1796 megabytes
- Formats:ADX MP1 XM APE MOD DTS
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The Studebakers were Dunkard Brethren, conservative German Baptists, a religion that viewed war as evil. Longstreet's official company history simply says, "Henry was tired of the business. The risks of expanding were not for him". 26 Expansion continued from manufacture of wagons for westward migration, as well as for farming and general transportation. During the height of westward migration and wagon train pioneering, half of the wagons used were Studebakers. Once the Studebakers discovered this, John Mohler Studebaker enforced a primacy clause, forcing Garford back on to the scheduled production quotas. The decision to drop the Garford name was made and the final product rolled off the assembly line by 1911, leaving Garford alone until it was acquired by John North Willys in 1913.
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CreditsJohann Sebastian Bach - Composer
Ralph Blane - Composer
David Bradstreet - Composer
Johnny Burke - Composer
Sammy Cahn - Composer
Becky Cavanaugh - Melodica, Member of Attributed Artist, Vocals
Frank Loesser - Composer
Greg Lowry - Accordion, Dobro, Glockenspiel, Group Member, Lap Steel Guitar, Member of Attributed Artist
Sharon Maner - Member of Attributed Artist, Piano, Vocals
Hugh Martin - Composer
Jill Montgomery - Member of Attributed Artist, Vocals
Lyle Moraine - Composer
James Pierpont - Composer
Tom Roudebush - Audio Production
Nigel Russell - Banjo, Fiddle, Group Member, Guitar, Harmonica, Member of Attributed Artist, Vocals
Randy Seybold - Bass, Group Member, Guitar, Guitar (Bass), Member of Attributed Artist
The Studebakers - Primary Artist, Producer
Jule Styne - Composer
Bob Thiele - Composer
Mel Tormé - Composer
Traditional - Composer
George David Weiss - Composer
Robert Wells - Composer
|1||Let It Snow Sammy Cahn / Jule Styne||The Studebakers||2:10|
|2||Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas Ralph Blane / Hugh Martin||The Studebakers||3:47|
|3||Away in a Manger Traditional||The Studebakers||3:04|
|4||Christmas in Texas||The Studebakers||3:09|
|5||Ave Maria Johann Sebastian Bach||The Studebakers||2:02|
|6||The Christmas Song Mel Tormé / Robert Wells||The Studebakers||2:23|
|7||Christmas Island Lyle Moraine||The Studebakers||2:26|
|8||Renaissance David Bradstreet||The Studebakers||4:51|
|9||I'd Like to Hitch a Ride With Santa Claus Johnny Burke||The Studebakers||2:48|
|10||What Are You Doing New Years Eve? Frank Loesser||The Studebakers||4:37|
|11||Jingle Bells James Pierpont||The Studebakers||2:22|
|12||What a Wonderful World Bob Thiele / George David Weiss||The Studebakers||2:50|