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Enjoy a 3 Hour Playlist of Christmas Music with Holiday Scenery. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year everyone. Expand description for complete song list below (click Show More):
Note: I do not own any of these songs. They are owned by their various respective copyright holders.
It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas — Johnny Mathis
2:15 Sleigh Ride — Amy Grant
5:45 A Holly Jolly Christmas — Burl Ives
8:00 Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! — Dean Martin
9:56 It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year — Andy Williams
12:29 The Christmas Song – Nat King Cole
15:41 White Christmas — Bing Crosby
18:48 The First Noel — All Saints Ensemble
21:24 O Little Town Of Bethlehem — Bruce Mitchell Choir
23:40 I Saw Three Ships — Norwich Cathedral Choir
25:47 Home For The Holidays — Perry Como
28:40 Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer — Gene Autry
31:50 I Wish You A Merry Christmas — Bing Crosby
33:45 Christmas Eve (Sarajevo 12/24) — Trans-Siberian Orchestra
37:07 I’ll Be Home For Christmas — The Carpenters
40:59 It Came Upon A Midnight Clear — Anne Murray
43:44 Carol of the Birds — Mannheim Steamroller
45:50 Winter Wonderland — The Carpenters
51:20 Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree — Brenda Lee
53:26 Away In A Manger — Kathleen Battle
55:20 Feliz Navidad — Jose’ Feliciano
58:24 Joy To The World — Jim Nabors
1:00:44 Do You Hear What I Hear? — Johnny Mathis
1:04:05 Charlie Brown Christmas Music – Vince Guaraldi
1:06:25 Linus – The Meaning of Christmas
1:08:21 The Chipmunk Song — The Chipmunks
1:10:41 Good King Wenceslas — The Roger Wagner Chorale
1:13:45 Deck The Halls — Mitch Miller and The Gang
1:15:32 Carol of the Bells – Traditional (sorry but CD didn’t have artist name)
1:16:58 We Wish You A Merry Christmas – Andre’ Kostelanetz
1:19:04 Here Come’s Santa Claus — Elvis Presley
1:21:01 Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer (TV Show Version)– Burl Ives
1:22:24 Frosty The Snowman — Jimmy Durante
1:24:58 The Little Drummer Boy — Ray Conniff
1:28:20 Jingle Bells — The Barclay Christmas Orchestra
1:30:06 A Marshmallow World — Dean Martin
1:32:49 Jingle Bell Rock — Bobby Helms
1:34:59 Hark! The Herald Angels Sing — Julie Andrews
1:38:32 O Holy Night — Andy Williams
1:41:55 Silver Bells — Elvis Presley
1:44:27 Merry Christmas Darling — The Carpenters
1:47:32 Angels We Have Heard On High — Chanticleer
1:49:56 Sussex Carol — Westminster Concert Bell Choir
1:51:44 We Three Kings — Dan Gibson’s Solitudes Chrismas
1:54:42 Pat A Pan — Mannheim Steamroller
1:59:48 Hallelujah Chorus — Huddersfield Chorale Society
2:04:28 The Nutcracker/Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy — Arthur Fiedler
2:05:59 Lo How A Rose E’er Blooming — New York Choral Artists
2:08:31 I Wonder as I Wander — Joel Cohen Boston Camerata
2:11:47 O Come All Ye Faithful — Al Martino
2:14:16 O Tannenbaum — Rita Ford’s Music
2:16:02 Blue Christmas — Elvis Presley
2:18:12 Adestes Fideles — Bing Crosby
2:21:24 The First Noel/What Child is This — Francesca Battistelli
2:25:35 Twelve Days Of Christmas — Philadelphia Brass Ensemble
2:29:31 Breath of Heaven (Mary’s Song) — Amy Grant
2:34:36 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen — Kim Hill and Phil Keaggy
2:38:34 What A Wonderful World (Christmas Album Version) — Russ Taff
2:41:05 We Wish You A Merry Christmas – Home Alone Soundtrack
2:45:16 It Came Upon A Midnight Clear — All Saints Ensemble
2:47:38 Joy To The World — Joel Cohen; Boston Camerata
2:49:50 Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
2:52:54 Grown Up Christmas List — Amy Grant
2:57:55 Christmas Message from Elvis — Silent Night
3:00:18 Auld Lang Syne – Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians
The Video finishes with a nostalgic Christmas commercial from the 70’s.
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Here are 15 Korean Songs You Should Know (K-Rock Edition)
Intro: OMG – JJY Band
Outro: Ultramania – Seo Taiji
While I am a huge fan of KPOP, (as if you couldn’t tell…) outside of KPOP I mainly listen to rock music. That is my favorite type of music so anytime a Korean Rock song comes out, I usually like it. But most KPOP fans mainly stick to mainstream KPOP. There is nothing wrong with that. Listen to what you like. But if you want to branch out and listen to other types of korean music, here’s some great K-Rock songs that you should know!
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Where have the good rock bands gone? While finding a new modern rock band on commercial radio is relegated to a very few good rock stations, Shallow Side refuses to accept the idea that rock music is dead. This is one band that will not bow down to Pop Music, Rap Music, Heavy Metal or Classic Rock music.
If you’ve been anywhere near an active rock radio station or Sirius/XM Octane in the last couple years, then you’ve probably heard os Shallow Side. They are an anomaly amongst the rock music radio crowd and are bringing some musical credibility to a tired environment. It turns out that they had 4 independent releases before their 2017, so this is another example of years of hard work paying off.
Shallow Side is a powerful Rock Band is fueled by raw vocals, soul pounding drums, dark sexual energy and five magnetically infectious personalities. Calling Cullman, Alabama home, their songs represent the sound that is the modern rock music, the recipe of internal struggles mixed with relationship problems and life’s let downs in general are mixed with hope and the faith this is not all life is meant to be and from the ashes we all have a chance to rise.
They are a rock band through and through. Combining the driving rhythms that push the core of pop music with aggressive guitar work, carefully constructed bass passages, and a voice that smashes into focus atop the platform laid down by the music, Shallow Side has crafted a new sound with the same “no holds barred” attitude that has kept rock n roll alive and kicking since its inception.
To prove it, the new young rock band has just landed a major sponsor in the form of Number JUAN Tequila® after they prevailed out of over 200 bands on the Lex and Terry® Radio Network Music Movement to garner some major national rock music attention.
Number Juan Tequila® is owned by comedians Ron White, Blue Comedy Bad Boy and Alex Reymundo, who was one of he original Latino Kings of Comedy. White first emerged as a member of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour and is now one of the premier acts in all of show business. Their decision to sponsor Shallow Side speaks to their desire to support talented artists. When White and Reymundo heard Shallow Side they were blown away and used their jaugernaut tequila company to help the young band.
Expenses for touring new rock music bands are high, and not always covered by ticket sales. The challenge for bands of any genre, like rock music, pop music, heavy metal music or classic rock music in the 21st century is to be heard. The days of radio play are practically over and rock bands particularly suffer from a lack of any recognition. New Rock Music Bands like Shallow Side rely on word of mouth and social media to build an audience and following. The way they achieve either of those is to tour and play their rock music live. Some dates pay better than others. Which is why sponsorships like this one are so important.
Shallow Side as a band is fueled by raw powerful vocals, soul pounding drums, dark sexual energy and five magnetically infectious personalities. While their songs represent the sound that is the modern rock, the recipe of internal struggles mixed with relationship problems and life’s let downs in general are mixed with hope and the faith this is not all life is meant to be and from the ashes we all have a chance to rise.
Rock music has always drawn strongly on a number of other genres such as electric blues and folk, and incorporated influences from jazz, classical and other musical styles. Musically, rock has centered on the electric guitar, usually as part of a rock group with electric bass and drums and one or more singers. Typically, rock is song-based music usually with a 4/4 time signature using a verse-chorus form, but the genre has become extremely diverse.
In an era when pop, dance and rap music dominate, Shallow Side stands head and shoulders over all new rock bands coming out. Their success and ability to attract a sponsor like Number Juan Tequila® speaks not only to their musical ability but that the audience for rock music remains. Shallow Side plays over 200 live shows a year and has also recorded a number of songs available for download on iTunes® and the bands’ web site.
Rock ‘n’ Roll Greatest Hits of the 50’s,60’s & Rock and Roll Mix #1
Chuck Berry, Roy Orbison, Bobby Fuller, Bill Haley & His Comets
Chubby Checker, Chris Montez, The Everly Brothers, Bobby Darin.
Rock & Roll 50’s 60’s Greatest Hits
#1 1964 Chuck Berry – You Never Can Tell
#2 1966 Bobby Fuller – I Fought The Law
#3 1958 Brian Setzer – Summertime Blues
#4 1956 Roy Orbison – Go, Go, Go (Down The Line)
#5 1965 Sam the Sham & The Pharaohs – Wooly Bully
#6 1954 Bill Haley & His Comets – Al Compás del Reloj
#7 1961 Chubby Checker – Let’s Twist Again
#8 1962 Chris Montez – Let’s Dance
#9 1958 Eddie Cochran – C’mon Everybody
#10 1959 Chuck Berry – Johnny B. Goode
#11 1958 The Everly Brothers – Wake Up Little Susie
#12 1959 Bobby Darin – Dream Lover
#13 1959 Dion And The Belmonts – A Teenager in Love
#14 1960 Johnny Tillotson – Poetry In Motion
#15 1959 The Skyliners – Since I Don’t Have You
#16 1966 Nancy Sinatra – These Boots Are Made For Walkin
#17 1963 Little Peggy March I Will Follow Him
#18 1965 Petula Clark – Call Me
#19 1963 The Surfaris – Wipe Out
#20 1968 Bill Haley & His Comets – La Tierra de las Mil Danzas
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