Tag: christmas music

Christmas– Michael Bay Style

The full album is available here, for one.


Christmas Comes Sooner Than You Think

Well, at Wal*Mart anyway. They’ve already started putting out Christmas music. Obviously they are not followers of any sort of church calendar. Or even most secularists’ calendar, either, who are still stuck on Halloween. Or as Southern Baptists call it, “Fall Festival”. 😉

Since the bible publishers aren’t putting out any revised editions this year, I don’t have an easy Christmas gift for the family (Dagnabit, Roy!). I guess it’s good I get a reminder to start shopping early.

My taste in Christmas music runs to the classical and sacred, as I documented last year here. Those albums(?) are all on my hard drive still, so I can listen to Christmas music all year round, should I choose. Which, come to think of it, isn’t a bad idea.

Speaking of music….

Christmas Music- The Goulablogger Selection

For those who need hints on what to listen to or for those who want to know I am nearby during the Holy Days, here is my standard selection of Christmas music, courtesy of the Amazon mp3 store:

John Rutter:

1. Candlelight

2. Carols from Clare

3. Christmas Night

4. Christmas Star

5. The Holly and the Ivy

6. The John Rutter Christmas Album

Early and Victorian Christmas Music:

7. A Medieval Christmas Feast

8. The Carol Album

9.  Christus Natus Est

Anonymous 4

10. Christmas From Medieval Hungary

11. On Yoolis Night

The Christmas Revels

12. Christmas Revels

13. Victorian Christmas Revels

Of course, if these don’t float your boat, Amazon MP3 has an entire Holiday MP3 Store for you to choose from. Personally I would stick to the Classical and Traditional selections. The prices are good, and the ability to listen to clips and read reviews before you buy is even better!

Happy Thanksgiving and Merry Christmas!