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Old 11-28-2001, 01:25 PM   #1
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Yule Be Cheery!

So now that the Holiday season is upon us, we are constantly being barraged by holiday music collections. Here's a thread for everyone to share what they enjoy listening to when enjoying the holiday spirit with loved ones.

Currently, I enjoying:

Classics - Sarah Brightman
Now's That's What I Call Christmas
Paint the Sky With Stars - Enya

What about you guys?
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Old 11-28-2001, 01:27 PM   #2
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Bah! Humbug!

I am broke this Christmas.

sorry.. lol.
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Bah! Humbug!

I am broke this Christmas.

sorry.. lol.

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You're so cute
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WOW-Sarah Brightman-I've never seen anyone mention her on here before. Her voice is beyond description. The only CD I have w/her on it is The Phantom soundtrack.

OK-it's so standard-but The Nutcracker Suite-I never get tired of it.

The Very Special Christmas CD's-I think I only have 1-3.

And I admit, I like the funny ones thay play on the radio every year-like the barking dogs Jingle Bells, and 'Grandpa Got Run Over By A Reindeer'(I think that's the name of it!)


Sarah Brightman is fabulous!

I highly recommend her: Eden, The Andrew Lloyd Webber collection, & Time To Say Goodbye. Wonderful mood music! She is amazing!
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Sarah Brightman
I think I have one of her songs on the JESUS CD.
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KROQ Los Angeles' Kevin & Bean release a CD every year with comedy bits and name rock bands doing Christmas songs. I've got the swing-themed one from '98 and it's a fun listen. These are sold on e-bay.

Vince Guaraldi's "A Charlie Brown Christmas" is great, of course.

I've also got Elvis's Christmas Album, which is the first one he made (1957). It's supposedly his best Christmas album and I bought it 'cause I'm trying to put together an Xmas music collection.

If you're into Handel's Messiah, get "Unforgettable Classics: Handel Messiah Highlights" performed by the English Chamber Orchestra (1967).

I'm into this thread -- I wanna hear recommendations for what I should add to my collection.



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Bar humbug alrught I work for a business who's business IS Christmas, and I kinda got over this whole Christmas thing in about..ooh, like frigging October!




Kidding mostly....Merry xmas cheers etc to everyone here I'll say it now cos I doubt I will really mean it in a few weeks.
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Sorry if the previous post put a dampener on things.

*repeats Christmas is fun 20 times

Seriously, my neighbur has this album, a double with all these geriatric greats on it, like Crosby, Sinatra etc. Its a lovely cd of traditional songs.
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Currently I am listening to the Obscene Phone Caller's Choir singing, "What are you wearing" and "I'll suck on yours if you suck on mine".

Blech...holiday cheer comes early at my workplace.

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Salome's christmas collection:
* John Denver & The Muppets
* Julie Andrews
* Merry Xmas (guitar gods like Joe Satriani, Steve Vai etc.)

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WOW-Sarah Brightman-I've never seen anyone mention her on here before. Her voice is beyond description. The only CD I have w/her on it is The Phantom soundtrack.

OK-it's so standard-but The Nutcracker Suite-I never get tired of it.

The Very Special Christmas CD's-I think I only have 1-3.

And I admit, I like the funny ones thay play on the radio every year-like the barking dogs Jingle Bells, and 'Grandpa Got Run Over By A Reindeer'(I think that's the name of it!)

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Hey, Gina!!! Where did our Guy go???

Btw, I am unfortunately not kidding about the obscene caller. Which one of you guys was calling us? lol

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KROQ Los Angeles' Kevin & Bean release a CD every year with comedy bits and name rock bands doing Christmas songs. I've got the swing-themed one from '98 and it's a fun listen. These are sold on e-bay.

Vince Guaraldi's "A Charlie Brown Christmas" is great, of course.

I've also got Elvis's Christmas Album, which is the first one he made (1957). It's supposedly his best Christmas album and I bought it 'cause I'm trying to put together an Xmas music collection.

If you're into Handel's Messiah, get "Unforgettable Classics: Handel Messiah Highlights" performed by the English Chamber Orchestra (1967).

I'm into this thread -- I wanna hear recommendations for what I should add to my collection.
*Whispers* Pub Crawler - if you're single this is your lucky day!

I believe you're wanted over in PLEBA: Disco's It's A Musical Journey - Vegas! thread. The link wouldn't work properly.

I'm gonna get into trouble for this, hehe.

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"What Child Is This"...I've never heard a version I didn't like...so far...

I love that song.

Embarrassingly, the first time I ever heard it wasn't until I was in high school. We had to sing the song in choir. I was telling my aunt how much I loved the song, so for Christmas, she gave me a musical Santa that played that song. It was something that she had had for years and years, but she let me have it.

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