Welcome to our Christmas party! It was a BIG party! And we recorded it so you can celebrate the season with one of the best and most exciting CDs ever made! There were over 100 men, women and children on stage. We rocked and rolled and had a lot of fun. We wish it could be Christmas everyday and it can be. Order one now for yourself and give it a listen. We just know you'll love it and realize it's the perfect gift for your friends and relatives. Get everyone in the holiday spirit! Order five or more and we'll give you a special discount price of $10.00 a piece. We want everyone to enjoy this great Christmas experience. May your days be merry and bright, and full of music and cheer.
The Colorado Springs Symphony's annual teaming with Flash Cadillac has become a holiday tradition, truly THE party of the season. Recorded last year with former Music Director Christopher Wilkins at the baton, "Ghost of Christmas Past" is the perfect CD for parties. The title is appropriate because songs such as "Jingle Bell Rock," "All I Want For Christmas is You" and "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" are made for Flash's classic 50s sound. Don't expect any surprises here. The beats are simple, predictable, and made for baby-boomer Dancing--not wild, tear-up-the-floor dancing, but the kind of simple swaying that is all folks can manage while wearing rented tuxes one size too small and heels 2 inches too high. The Colorado Springs Children's Chorale joins in on several songs and they sound flawless. A great time is had by all!
Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph
Nov. 29, 1996
WHY DON'T YOU GIVE YOUR LOVE FOR CHRISTMAS? FLASH CADILLAC
This is an audio postcard from last year's party with the Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra, and you can hear the love of Phil Spector/Brian Wilson production and arrangements. Sam McFadin is a fine rock'n'roll singer, and Kris Moe writes great originals ("Christmas Party" sounds like "Jingle Bells" meets "Louie Louie" and "Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow"). Santa should be extra good to any band that covers Roy Wood ("I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday").
G. Brown, The Denver Post