Do They Know It's Christmas? The Power of Love. O Holy Night. Walking in the Air. Silent Night [Remastered]. O Come All Ye Faithful. Silver Bells. O Little Town of Bethlehem. A Winter's Tale. In Dulci Jubilo. A Spaceman Came Travelling.
In the Bleak Midwinter [Remastered]. Ring Out Solstice Stop The Cavalry - Various - Now Thats What I Call Xmas (CD) [Remastered]. Gaudete [Remastered]. Stop The Cavalry - Various - Now Thats What I Call Xmas (CD) Wish You a Merry Christmas. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen. The Twelve Days of Christmas. Auld Lang Syne. Happy Stop The Cavalry - Various - Now Thats What I Call Xmas (CD) Year. Christmas Party Family Gatherings Holidays.
Mariah Carey. Last Christmas George Michael. The Pogues. Chris Rea. Boney M. Elton John. Paul McCartney. Advanced Search. Release Date November 24, Track Listing - Disc 1. Happy Xmas War Is Over. Do They Know It's Christmas? Fairytale of New York. I Stop The Cavalry - Various - Now Thats What I Call Xmas (CD) in Father Christmas. Step into Christmas. Merry Xmas Everybody. In Dulce Jubilo. Wonderful Christmas Time. Little Saint Nick. Christmas Wrapping. What Christmas Means to Me. Frosty the Snowman.
Santa Claus Is Coming to Town. Jingle Bells. Not Tonight Santa. Stop the Cavalry. Santa Baby. Joan Javits. The Power of Love. Track Listing - Disc 2. White Christmas. It should not be confused with other similarly titled "Now! Now 2 3. UK Christmas number-one albums. Hidden categories: Articles with short description Short description is different from Wikidata Articles with hAudio microformats Album articles lacking alt text for covers All stub articles.
Bing Crosby. Nat King Cole. Dean Martin. Cliff Richard. Matt Monro. Adam Stop The Cavalry - Various - Now Thats What I Call Xmas (CD). Brenda Lee. Bobby Helms. Alma Cogan. Big Dee Irwin. Kay Starr. The Spinners. Burl Ives. King's Singers. Steeleye Span. Bert Jansch. The Weavers. Jethro Tull. Aled Jones. Chris de Burgh. David Essex. Michael Ball. Patrizio Buanne. Kate Bush. The song's promotional video is set in the trenches of the First World War. The lyrics of the song mention cavalry and Winston Churchill who served as the First Lord of the Admiralty in the first year of the war, prior to serving in the trenches himselfbut it breaks with the First World War theme with references to nuclear fallout and the line "I have had to fight, almost every night, down throughout these centuries".
Lewie described the song's soldier as being "a bit like the eternal soldier at the Arc de Triomphe ". At the time of the song's release there was an increase in tension between the Western Bloc and the Eastern Blocwith American-controlled nuclear cruise missiles being stationed in the UK and a renewed fear of nuclear war, which was referenced in the lyrical mention of the fallout zone.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 23 December Cultural Heritage of the Great War in Britain. Christmas, Ideology and Popular Culture. Edinburgh University Press.
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