Holiday Music

We essentially have to start over again… we have a few CDs that survived the last 2 moves but most are gone. Have to see the ones we have and try to remember what I want to replace.

But I am starting a list of albums I am on the look out for. Please feel free to offer suggestions if you have some faves. I want a good mix of well done traditional music and original stuff as well.

Enya – And Winter Came
Mother Tongue – This Winter Night
Dar Williams – Christians and the Pagans
Windham Hill – Winter Solstice & Celtic Christmas
Roger Whittaker – The Christmas Song
Megha Morganfield – Winter Solstice Carols
Kathy Mattea – Good News (also want her new album Coal)
Josh Groban – Noel
Holly Tannen – Between the Worlds
Melissa Etheridge – A New Thought for Christmas
Mary-Chapin Carpenter – Come Darkness Come Light: Twelve Songs of Christmas
Sarah McLachlan – Wintersong
Over the Rhine – Snow Angels

Multiple CDs:

Nat King Cole
Bing Crosby
Loreena McKennitt
Mannheim Steamroller

Recommendations:

George Winston – December

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Notes to self:

See if there are any orphan chopsticks at home to stir liquids in your travel mug. The straws aren’t cutting it.

All honey is not created equal. That pale clover crap in the bear on your desk requires double doses. Get through it quickly so you can bring in some Raw Honey or local honey.

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4 Responses

  1. Music
    Indigo, that is a super list and I’m totally stealing it!
    ~Rachel aka Burtsgirl

  2. i always liked winter by george winston. one of my favorite holiday cd’s. 🙂

  3. i don’t have ANY holiday music.
    I should get some.

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