Sunday, November 27, 2005

Songs of the Season

I consider myself a bit of a Christmas Music connisseuer. Each year we wait anxiously for my dearly wedded Grinch to pronounce his blessing for Bing, Nat and Perry's crooning to fill the airwaves in and around our home with their holiday wishes of snow, roasted chesnuts, and good cheer. Until the benediction is said we are a covert, subversive faction. As soon as Ebeneezer is encased in his Acura, all the shackles are loosed and we can openly acknowledge our inner sugarplum. Here is a list of some of the tunes that dance in our hearts when the air gets to chillin'!
Harry Connick, Jr.'s

I Pray on Christmas
It Must Have Been Ole Santa
Let it Snow
Amy Grant's
Rocking Around the Christmas Tree
I'll Be Home For Christmas
Andrews Sisters & Danny Kaye's

All I Want For Christmas
A Merry Christmas at Grandmother's
Jackson 5's
I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
Santa Claus is Comin' t' Town
Give Love at Christmas Time

Burl Ives
Holly Jolly Christmas
Rudolph
Bing Crosby & Diana Krall
White Christmas
Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep
Nat King Cole
The Christmas Song
Bebe & Cece Winans
Silver Bells
Barbra Striesand
Jingle Bells
Chris Rice
Welcome to Our World
4 Him
In Your Care
Strange Way to Save the World
Michael Card
Joseph's Song
David Meece
One Small Child
Peabo Bryson
Born On Christmas Day
Philip Bailey
Who Would Imagine a King
Reliant K
I Celebrate the Day
Toby Mac
Oh Come All Ye Faithful
Nicole C Mullin
Gifts from You
KT & Andy Williams
Most Wonderful Time of the Year
Crystal Lewis

Go Tell it on the Mountain
James Taylor ~ A Christmas Album
for you and that honey of a husband to groove to!
Bruce Greer ~ Celtic Carols Album
play it low and reminisce about The One
Vince Guaraldi ~ A Charlie Brown Christmas
Christmas IS for children!
Tchaikovsky ~ The Nutcracker
get jiggy in the kitch with gingerbread men
Jim Brickman ~ The Gift Album
winter nights by the cracklin fire - mmmm
Georgy Moravsky ~ Accoustic Christmas Reflections Album
deck them halls with your crew
Anyone for a sleigh ride and wassail?

1 comment:

-Justin- said...

I was joking with Nicole after Thanksgiving, telling her that we were not going to decorate or listen to Christmas music until Christmas "officially" starts, on Dec. 25 and the 12 days following.

Needless to say, the house is decorated and I hear Christmas music as I am typing this.