Your Favorite Christmas Songs

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    Quote Originally Posted by LCDAWGS19 View Post
    Anything by these guys is good!
    I'm a fan, no doubt about it. They are on tour next year & will be in Cincinnati in March.

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    O Come All Ye Faithful has always topped the list for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
    O Come All Ye Faithful has always topped the list for me.
    When I was a kid we had a Christmas album (some of you may have to research "album") that had this version.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kygirl View Post
    I'm a fan, no doubt about it. They are on tour next year & will be in Cincinnati in March.
    Did not know this! I'll be going for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LCDAWGS19 View Post
    Did not know this! I'll be going for sure!
    I plan on it too! Tour Dates - Home Free Vocal Band

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    Harmonizing Chipmunks and a frustrated foster parent:


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    While I do like many of the happy go lucky Christmas tunes that can put you in a joyful playful holiday mood, it's right about now until Christmas that I really start digging the classical radio station with their choir type spiritual classical standards that start to play on my emotional side of Christmas and hit me in the heart. WGUC up until recently was careful to sprinkle their playlist with holiday songs, but not to overdo it, and now that we're only a couple of days a way they've dialed it up with a magnificent array of sounds of the season that are really putting me in the Christmas mood.

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    Old school - Little Drummer Boy

    Newer- All I Want For Christmas Is You by Vince Vance and the Valiants. Not the Mariah Carey version!!

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    The Reason for the season.

    "What Child Is This" - Andrea Bocelli and Mary J Blige



    If you've been good this year, here's a bonus track -

    John Coltrane - What Child Is This? (Greensleeves) Live @ Village Vanguard (Impulse Records 1961) - YouTube

    Have a Yule y'all!

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    Really old school.

    "The Wexford Carol" - Alison Krauss & Yo-Yo Ma


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    I saw a wonderful Christmas pageant last night. I was reminded of this ...

    "Angels We Have Heard on High" - The Piano Guys (with duet and choir)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Runcible Owl View Post
    The Reason for the season.

    "What Child Is This" - Andrea Bocelli and Mary J Blige



    If you've been good this year, here's a bonus track -

    John Coltrane - What Child Is This? (Greensleeves) Live @ Village Vanguard (Impulse Records 1961) - YouTube

    Have a Yule y'all!
    Bocelli could sing Happy Birthday and I would listen.

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    7:00 news/ silent night (simon garfunkel) and where are you Christmas (faith hill) are 2 darker holiday tunes I actually like.

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