|Add Date:||2009-12-20||Pull Date:||2010-02-21|
|Week Ending:||Dec 27|
|1.||Dec 22, 2022:||Traditions
Must Be Santa
|4.||Dec 12, 2017:||Waste FM
|2.||Dec 24, 2021:||Traditions
Must Be Santa, Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
|5.||Dec 25, 2012:||The Deadly Tango - Pseudo-Holiday Edition
|3.||Dec 12, 2021:||Everything
|6.||Dec 08, 2012:||The Deadly Tango
Must Be Santa
1 - Bouncy; dainty female backing vocals; Dylan lets out some fun growls
2 - You can really feel the phlegm hit your ears on the sustained high notes. If you're playing this with ironic intent, here's your number.
3 - A jazzy version that makes the growling more interesting and less jarring; some real rage comes through on "until the other kids all knock him down"
4 - Slow, with strings; Dylan belts it
5 - Slow and melancholy; structure and male backing vocals accommodate his voice relatively well
6 - Sparse arrangement, subdued vocals
7 - Gentle, jazzy backing band, with nice guitar and piano licks; harmonica
8 - First verse sung in Latin, with hesitant pronunciation; nice cello part
9 - Most expressive vocals on the album, with a hint of snide irony in the beginning, followed by a sober earnestness.
10 - Fun, fast and rowdy, with a prominent accordion; at one point Dylan rapidly lists reindeer and sneaks in a bunch of presidents.
11 - Another simple, bluesy arrangement; no backing vocals
12 - Prominent cello, vocal chorus without Dylan for a couple stretches
13 - Indulges the album's urge towards the Hawaiian. Light and cheery.
14 - Slow and plodding, solo vocals
15 - Somber, with big harmonizing intro