Looking for those special tracks to spend a nice evening with your significant other in front of the tree? Welcome to the Jazz/classic portion of our album; including one of my most all-time favorite Christmas tracks by trumpet player Troy Andrews. All instrumental and probably best played last in the evening if you know what’s good for you.
Let’s build out our CreepySanta2010 album a little further, today’s tracks come courtesy of my foot as it taps. Let loose and dance a little. Or crank it up and watch your little ones do a little jig of their own.
Note: There’s a high possibility that I drop a 5th track through the Twitter today. You should follow along or at least swing by to pick it up. Also, don’t forget Day 1.
It’s still early enough in the holiday season that you shouldn’t be tired of Christmas music yet. I’ve actually been spinning Christmas tracks now for a few weeks trying to sort through what I have and what you might like to hear.
If you were around my Internet neighborhood last year then you probably know that I have a decent collection of Christmas music and attempted to share some of it with you. If you and I were not connected by the Internets last year, then you missed out on the single greatest event in the history of mankind. Sorry. Lucky for you, we’ll try and recreate it this year.
With a little pre-planning already done, my goal is to keep you supplied with some music for your collection that will hopefully give you something other than the Chipmunks or David Archuleta for your listening pleasure. If you have the be-boppinist, toe-tappinest, do-wop of a track that you’d like to share, get in touch.
To catch the newbies up, this first couple of posts are just some highlights of things missed in 2009.
To listen on the site, hit the play button. To download the track to your own computer, right-click each title and choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As” to download. (more…)