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My Top Ten Favorite Christmas Albums

We officially broke out the Christmas music at our house yesterday. I have a love/hate relationship with Christmas music. It makes me feel all warm and glow-y for about a week, and then I grow totally sick of it and don’t want to hear it again for another year. I think a part of this is the fact that, really, it’s pretty much the same 25-30 songs being recycled into different versions and genres every year. Growing up, my parents listened to the same couple of albums each Christmas: Manhiem Steamroller, Sandy Patty, Anne Murray, Statler Brothers, and Handel’s Messiah. If you are guessing those are not on repeat play in my adult years, you would be correct. Last year I discovered some great Christmas channels on Pandora. This year, I’m geeking out on Spotify and trying to come up with the ultimate Christmas playlist. Here are a few on our rotation right now:

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What are your favorite Christmas albums?  What do I need to add to my Ultimate Holiday Playlist 2012?

 

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