Posted on Leave a comment

DECEMBER 1ST – TIME FOR CHRISTMAS CAROLS!

Hi there Christmas music lovers,

I’m starting to hear the long-awaited sound of Christmas carols piped over the in-store speakers in the shopping centres around Perth. Are they playing in your town or city too? All the traditional favourites – Jingle Bells, White Christmas, Hark the Herald Angels, Silent Night – and the more modern ones from today’s most popular artists. It’s the most wonderful time of the year …… If you need some beautiful music to share with your loved ones at Christmas time, have a browse of the site, you’re sure to find something that will “add to your enjoyment of the festive season”.

Please follow and like us:
Posted on Leave a comment

STILL TRYING TO GET THE WEBSITE FOUND BY GOOGLE

Hello music lovers,
We’re into November already and, while the catalogue of records on the website is growing each month, a Google search for “Christmas records” still doesn’t find the site! I’ll keep blogging as I’ve been told that this will create “inbound links” which will help the search but, if you have been successful in finding the website yourself, how about sending me a message to let me know you’re out there? Rusty.

Please follow and like us:
Posted on Leave a comment

AUGUST AT CHRISTMAS RECORDS

Hello music lovers! We’ve added heaps more stock of beautiful Christmas records, compact discs and videos to our website for you over the past couple of months. Have a look and check them out! There’s bound to be some Christmas music here that you’ve never even seen or heard of before – all exclusive to Rusty’s Christmas Records and at our great prices too. A couple of our own personal favorites are “Christmas with Bing”, a 1989 Christmas collection from Bing Crosby, and “Great Songs of Christmas”, the fifth album of Christmas songs and carols from Good Year featuring some of the most popular voices of all time, including Doris Day, Andy Williams and Danny Kaye! This album was released in 1965 – rare and beautiful!

 

Please follow and like us: