"Frosty The Snow Man" is one of the most silly Christmas-songs that I know of. Still you find it in so many different versions. I want to share some very different Swedish versions. Two of them are old, I particularly like Margret Jonsson when she flips out in the "hopp lalalala hopp lalala..." towards the end of the song. The Spotnicks were quite famous during the early 60ties, partly becouse of their costumes (se picture, this is not their Christmas Album - it's the small green cover - but the other one I show just to give you an idea of what they looked like). Ultima Thule is a patriotic skinheadband. They made at least two Christmas Records with different skinheadband and both contains this version of Frosty The Snowman. As I said last time I shared something with Ultima Thule: Not very enjoyable but maybe of some interest. Last I want to share another song about a Snowman. Cacka Israelsson was Swedens first artist performing in a country style.
Four different versions of Frosty the Snowman and one bonus song:
Snögubben Froste - Monica Lind (from the 50ties)
Snögubben Froste - Margret Jonsson (from the beginning of the 60ties)
Frosty The Snowman - Spotnicks (60ties, instrumental)
Frosty the Snowman - Ultima Thule (skinheadsband)
Snögubben (The Snowman) - Cacka Israelsson (50ties)