Wednesday, December 22, 2010

CHRISTMAS CLASSICS

Peace and blessings.  Hope you have been good out there.  Congrats to Columbia City Paper for being one of the truly funky papers around.  Hope your holiday music shopping is kicking off to a good start.  Time has been breezing by; 2011 is knocking at your doors, but the music keeps rolling on. Last issue we covered a few treats to fill your stockings this holiday season.  Today we’ll delve a little deeper into some of the best Christmas songs ever released.  Let’s get it.

CHRISTMAS CLASSICS (download today in no particular order)!!!

Temptations – Silent Night

Charles Brown – Please Come Home for Christmas

Donny Hathaway – This Christmas

The Emotions – What the lonely do at Christmas

Jackson 5 – Santa Claus is coming to Town

Carla Thomas – Gee Whiz it’s Christmas

Charles Brown – Merry Christmas Baby

Otis Redding – White Christmas

Nat King Cole – The Christmas Song

O’Jays – Have Yourself a Merry Christmas

Al Green – I’ll Be Home for Christmas

Luther Vandross – May Christmas Bring You Joy

Kurtis Blow – Christmas Rap

Boyz II Men – Let It Snow

TLC – Sleigh Ride

Kelly Price & Mary Mary – In Love At Christmas

Isley Brothers – Special Gift

Jose’ Feliciano – Feliz Navidad

Chipmunks – Christmas Don’t be late

Bing Crosby – White Christmas

Frank Sinatra – Have Yourself a Very Merry Christmas

Bobby Helms – Jingle Bell Rock

Gene Autry – Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer

The Beach Boys – Little Saint Nick

Manheim Steamroller – Away In A Manger

Ray Charles & Betty Carter – Baby It’s Cold Outside

Andy Williams – It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year

Johnny Mathis – It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas

Chuck Berry – Run Rudolph Run

Run DMC – Christmas In Hollis

WORDS OF WISDOM

Hope your holidays provide you with all of the joy, love, gifts, and great food you can handle.  Catch you next issue with the 2010 Year End Vocal Booth Wrap-Up.  Enjoy all the time you are given!!!

DJ KINGPIN-Villain of Vinyl (kingpinvillianofvinyl@gmail.com)

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