Sunday, December 21, 2008

Sick of Christmas Music?

I love Christmas time, but even I get sick of hearing the same Christmas songs over and over again. By this time of year, I want to kill Paul McCartney for every writing, "Simply Having a Wonderful Christmas Time". However, there is one Christmas CD I can NEVER get sick of listening to. I wanted to share with you my favorite Christmas mix, made by my friend Marcus, which makes for the best baking music ever. Every mix tape Marcus ever made I cherished like gold and listened to over and over until the tape warped. I love digital files because they can be listened to infinitely without damage and shared easily. I hope you enjoy. Thanks Marcus!


Why Gary Coleman? Why not?

Marcus's Christmas Mix

  1. Christmas in Compton Eazy-E
  2. Blues for Christmas John Lee Hooker
  3. Christmas Time, Yo La Tengo
  4. Christmas Bop T Rex
  5. the way back home Drugstore
  6. Making Christmas Danny Elfman
  7. Please Come Home for Christmas Charles Brown
  8. Have Yourself a Merry Christmas Diana Krall
  9. God Only Knows Beach Boys
  10. Fairy Tale New York Shane MacGowan
  11. Santa Baby Eartha Kitt
  12. Santa Claus is Coming to Town Diana Ross
  13. Merry Christmas, Baby Otis Reddig
  14. Christmas Song Jackson Five
  15. Drummer Boy Johnny Cash
  16. Presents For Christmas Solomon Burke
  17. Dreaming of a White Christmas Otis Redding
  18. Christmas Blues Sonny Boy Williamson
  19. Christmas Time in Canada Wilf Carter
  20. Winter Wonderland Dolly Parton

If you want more zany Christmas songs, check out Andy Cirzan's mix featured on Yesterday's Sound Opinions.

2 comments:

Life Insurance Canada said...

Yes exactly - your radio alarm wakes you - they play Christmas songs. During breakfast the same. In the car the same. In work, everybody has some Christmas ring tone. You go shopping after work - guess what they play in the mall? :)
Some tips are interesting, i have to try at least Johnny Cash, I don't remember this song, on the other hand - Dreaming of a white Christmas? Once, twice and enough for one year :)
Take care and enjoy holiday
Lorne

Andrea said...

I agree about white christmas generally, BUT, its OTIS. Say no more.