Music video by Wizzard performing I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday.
"I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday" is a popular Christmas song, first released in 1973 by the English glam rock band Wizzard.
It reached number four in the UK singles chart. The song was famously beaten to Christmas number one by Slade's "Merry Xmas Everybody" which remained there for five consecutive weeks. As with most Wizzard songs, it was written and produced by Roy Wood.
The song features the lead vocals of frontman Roy Wood but also contains backing vocals by "The Suedettes" as well as The Stockland Green Bilateral School First Year, with additional noises being produced by "Miss Snob and Class 3C", as credited on the sleeve. The single was actually recorded in the August so to create a wintry feeling, engineer Steve Brown decorated the studio with Christmas decorations and turned the air conditioning down to its coldest setting. Singer Roy Wood wore a woollen hat found in Lost Property.
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