All I Want for Christmas Is a Tax Increase

All I Want for Christmas Is a Tax Increase

by Capitol Steps


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Product Details

Release Date: 06/14/1994
Label: Capitol Steps
UPC: 0095632101324
catalogNumber: 1013

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Capitol Steps   Primary Artist,Band
Richard Paul   Vocals
Dave Gencarelli   Vocals
Jim Aidala   Vocals
Bo Ayars   Vocals
Bill Strauss   Vocals
Elaina Newport   Vocals
Mike Loomis   Vocals
Mike Tilford   Vocals
Ann Schmitt   Vocals
Dave Werner   Vocals
Brian Ash   Vocals
Bari Biern   Vocals
Mike Carruthers   Vocals
Mark Eaton   Vocals
Brad Van Grack   Vocals
Amy Felices Young   Vocals
Ann Johnson   Vocals
Anne Willis Hill   Vocals
Janet Davidson Gordon   Vocals

Technical Credits

Gene Autry   Composer
Mel Tormé   Composer
Tom Clancy   Quotes Researched & Compiled
Jerry Herman   Composer
J. Fred Coots   Composer
Ray Evans   Composer
Dave Goodermuth   Engineer
Hugh Martin   Composer
E.H. Morris   Composer
Henry Onorati   Composer
Bernard Shaw   Quotes Researched & Compiled
S. Nelson   Composer
R. Wells   Composer
Ron Larson   Technical Staff
R.J. Matson   Illustrations,Cover Art,Caricatures
Bo Ayars   Arranger
Bill Strauss   Director,Lyricist
Elaina Newport   Lyricist,Producer,Audio Production
George H.W. Bush   Quotes Researched & Compiled
Ralph Blane   Composer
Harry Simone   Composer
Jester Hairston   Composer
Larry King   Quotes Researched & Compiled
Traditional   Composer
Oakley Haldeman   Composer
Gore   Quotes Researched & Compiled

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All I Want for Christmas Is a Tax Increase 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Depending on what your political leanings are, your favorite Christmas caricature might be either a spendthrift Democratic Santa Claus, or a stingy Republican Scrooge. Whichever the case, this brilliant Capitol Steps recording has something of a present for every political taste. And in classic comic fashion, the altered carols lead to unexpected punch lines with a zing. (For instance, wait till you see how the satirists resolve the dilemma of not being able to wish us a merry Christmas at the end of the CD! Not everyone might think partisan politics is a fit subject for a holiday gathering. But the Capitol Steps show us that if the joking is done with skill and without malice, we can all stop arguing and start smiling, as befits "the season to be jolly". Another great Washington performance.