the Sunday Post XXVIII

Holiday Music

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As I’m sure I have mentioned in the past, every year about this time I like to make up a CD of holiday music to hand out to friends and family. I don’t buy cards, I make CD’s.

Last year I was unable to produce anything due to many reasons that I have since forgotten. It was the first time in 5 years that I missed it. I think this years CD will make up for it!

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  1. Nat King Cole – Christmas Song
  2. The Carpenters – Sleigh Ride
  3. Eartha Kitt – Santa Baby
  4. Burl Ives – Holly Jolly Christmas
  5. Brenda Lee – Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree
  6. The Brian Setzer Orchestra – The Nutcracker Suite
  7. Frank Sinatra – Let it Snow!
  8. Tony Bennett – My Favorite Things
  9. Bing Crosby & The Andrew Sisters – mele Kalikimaka
  10. Bob Atcher & The Dinning Sisters – Christmas Island
  11. Dean Martin – Baby it’s Cold Outside
  12. John Williams – Carol of the Bells
  13. Auld Lang Syne

Sadly, I can’t make this available for download as none of these tracks are podsafe. But, not to worry! I will be putting up a podsafe holiday mix tomorrow morning that I think you all will like too!

But, ahem, if you would, um :looks around nervously: a copy of this, let me know or leave a comment. I might be able to work something out.

Have a great Holiday everyone!

Published by Don

Lead bottle washer at donburnside.com, host at whiteroofradio.com and tech guru for the MotoringFile family of sites.

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