Christmas In Dixie Alabama (cover) To order my original country cd go to https://www.allenmarkrussell.com/ The song was covered by Kenny Chesney on his 2003 album All I Want for Christmas Is a Real Good Tan and featured Alabama's lead singer Randy Owen joining him on the track. This country song is a celebration of Christmas in southeastern American states. Each verse begins with two references to non-Southeastern areas (New York City; California; Chicago and Detroit which is referred as "Motown") followed by two references to Southeastern cities (Memphis, Tennessee; Atlanta, Georgia; Jackson, Mississippi and Charlotte, North Carolina referred as "Caroline" in this song) and a final reference to Fort Payne, Alabama (the group's hometown). The original single release was part of a double A-sided holiday release issued by RCA Records, paired with "Christmas Is Just a Song For Us This Year" by Louise Mandrell and R.C. In 2017, Alabama updated the song by re-recording the unplugged version of it for their third Christmas album titled American Christmas which celebrated its 35th anniversary when they first released the song in 1982. [2] This action was based on ATV Sony commissioning a copyright expert to provide advice as to whether a plagiarism had taken place. It was released as a single in December 1982 from the RCA Records compilation album A Country Christmas. Bannon. The version released originally on A Country Christmas, as well as the version most often played on radio in the U.S., features a spoken-word Christmas greeting by each member of Alabama, after the line "And from Fort Payne, Alabama", and prior to the song's conclusion ("Merry Christmas tonight"). Last edited on 18 September 2020, at 18:01, All I Want for Christmas Is a Real Good Tan, "US group 'ripped off' Prisoner theme tune", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Christmas_in_Dixie&oldid=979083723, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, "Christmas Is Just a Song For Us This Year" (original), "Thistlehair the Christmas Bear" (re-release), This page was last edited on 18 September 2020, at 18:01. "Christmas in Dixie" is a song by American country band Alabama. This song was included on Alabama's first Christmas album released in 1985 (titled Alabama Christmas), and has since been included on many Christmas compilations in both the country and all-genre music fields. "Christmas in Dixie" is a song by American country band Alabama. The original version spent seven weeks on the charts between late 1982 and early 1983, peaking at number 35. The Christmas song celebrates the holiday in the southern United States. It re-entered the chart three times between 1997 and 2000.[1]. I own NO Interest in this Video except to Re-Record and Edit, and post this "Cover" to Youtube.. This song was included on Alabama's first Christmas album released in 1985, and has since been included on many Christmas compilations in … In 2010, Allan Caswell initiated a lawsuit against ATV/Sony, who published both his song, "On The Inside" and the Alabama song "Christmas In Dixie", because he thought that it plagiarized the theme song he wrote for Prisoner, On the Inside. The Christmas song celebrates the holiday in the southern United States. It was released as a single in December 1982 from the RCA Records compilation album A Country Christmas.

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