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Title : Kmart In-Store Music \u0026 Commericals: Christmas 1991
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It's COVID this year. Is listening to all of this music make you happy at this time of the year (like you pretend it's no COVID and you still have a world you care about throughout the upcoming holidays)? Let yours truly know!
Happy Thanksgivin' and a terrific Merry Early Christmas!
Audio in order:
KMRT Radio ad
This Christmas by The Jets
Ladies & Girls' Clothes ad
Men & Boys' Clothes ad
Winter Wonderland by Elvis [Audio is broken]
The Twelve Days of Christmas by Perry Como
"I'm Going to Disneyland" ad
Snowflake by Jim Reeves [Audio is broken]
Sleigh Ride by The Boston Pops Orchestra
It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas by Bing Crosby
Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree by Brenda Lee
Welcome to Kmart ad
Santa Claus is Comin' to Town by The Beach Boys
Jingle Bells by The Canadian Brass ft John Grady
Infant & Toddler Clothing ad
Christmas trees ad
(There's No Place Like) Home for the Holidays by The Carpenters
"The Real Thing" Coca Cola ad
Jolly Old St. Nicholas by Chet Atkins
Christmas is for Children by Glen Campbell
Jingle Bell Rock by Bobby Helms
Flying Home for Christmas by Living Voices
KMRT Radio ad
Winter Wonderland by Air Supply
Home decor ad
No smoking ad
Up on the Housetop by Eddy Arnold
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer by Gene Autry
White Christmas by Anne Murray
Santa Claus is Coming to Town by Arthur Fiedler
Kodak Film and Kmart Developing ad
Only One Night of the Year by Ronnie Milsap
A Holly Jolly Christmas by Burl Ives
Sporting Gear ad
Sleigh Ride by The Carpenters
Frosty the Snowman/Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer by Henry Mancini & His Orchestra
Welcome to Kmart ad
The Christmas Song by Nat King Cole
Winter Wonderland by Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass
Kmart Gift Certificates ad
Santa’s Beard by The Beach Boys
Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow by Steve Wariner
Disneyland Sweepstakes ad
Jingle Bells by Jim Reeves
Joy to the World/Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas by Barry Manilow
My dad was a school teacher and worked part time for Kmart for 34 years also.
They were a great store in the 70s and 80s. They treated him well and we would go get dinner with him on Friday night at the K grill in the back of the store. Good memories and customer service in those days.
The K mart in BRIDGEHAMPTON Long Island NY is still open and now the only one left on Long Island. Only time will tell what happens...but I can’t see it being open to long. As it’s about 2 hrs out of the city of New York AND I cant see running trucks that far for one store. But it’s said it’s the and was the best store on the island
Did anyone have a Kmart that had a brunch diner? I grew up in California and the town of Citrus Heights in the late 90s I recall going to Kmart on the weekends around 11 am and my parents would have pancakes 🥞 there with me it was a wonderful treat because it wasn’t often. I can still remember seeing the old people filling up the place...the cheesy pastel geometric 90s decor... then several years later it shutdown and it was an empty vessel of a once upon a dine...then Kmart closed in 2012...my last year of school...so many innocent memories...
I worked for Kmart for thirty years. I remember some of these tapes, and eventually satellite broadcasts. So thank you for posting this. I guess that Ray Coniff song about falling asleep counting our blessings, have been played in Kmart stores since the early 60s. I must admit, however, I absolutely despise that song "The Twelve Days of Christmas" song. The yuletide equivalent to 99 bottles of beer on the wall, and who the hell wants a bunch of birds for Christmas.
It would be awesome if you would make the snowfall animation from the 1974 in-store music video available for download. It's better than watching the yule log on TV. :) Then we could watch the animation and play the mp3 available from Archive.org and UMG can't do anything about it.
Why do i keep getting digital poster ads
K-Mart is a zombie company now. The stores that are left are so ghetto and disorganized they must be run by apathetic losers. There's no passion left in the ownership and have no intention of trying to save the remnants or make some kind of comeback. But it used to be a really amazing and fun place. I miss those K-Marts that were always bright and shiny with lots of friendly helpful people.
One Mistake Kmart made is when they had all of the stores do away with a fabrics and crafts department because all across America they handed hundreds of thousands of dollars in sales right over to Wal Mart, Joann Fabrics and crafts and other stores that still sell Yarn and other craft materials. If they would put the yarn and crafts department back in the stores they would have a chance to compete and make a comeback.
They closed our last Kmart within walking distance of where I live in Dayton, Ohio, a few months ago. I always liked Kmart. When I was a teen back in the early 70s with a part-time job, I could put clothes in the layaway and was always able to find everybody in my family a decent Christmas gift. I really think they had better quality things than Walmart does now. And I loved the Kmart subs and blue light specials, lol.