Sounds of the Season

I really dig Christmas.

Really, I do. I like the food, the merriment, the decorations, all of it.

But I especially like the music.

I can sit and listen to Christmas music for hours. It gives me all kinds of warm fuzzies. Part of it is nostalgia for those Christmas Eves I spent as a kid, waiting for Christmas morning by lying in bed listening to the radio play carols all night. Part of it is that I’m a music lover in general and there is so much great seasonal music.

So, as a little Christmas gift from me to you, here are some yuletide ditties that I’d like to share. Maybe they’ll help make your season a little brighter.

This first one has become one of my favorites. It’s a nice mash-up of two of my favorite carols.

This is another mash-up carol that’s just full of class.

I can’t post a music post without having Queen. It’s the law…

I do love me some Lennon…

And naturally I need some Tull to bring the festivities back to their folk roots…

Hopefully you’ve enjoyed this little jaunt through my musical mind. I hope you and yours have a happy and safe holiday season!

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About Shedrick

I am a professional librarian and a part-time writer that's working to do that the other way around. I currently live in North Texas in the lovely city of Denton (“The Home of Happiness“) with my lovely wife and the obligatory demon-spawn cats. When not writing, gaming, or watching cheezy kung-fu flicks, I can sometimes be found in a pub (or the American equivalent) enjoying a fine brew.
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