Your favorite Christmas music

ElizabethB

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I listen to Christmas music when cooking food for our family gathering.
My favorite is Manheim Steamroller's arrangement of Silent Night. I get goose bumps when the strings kick in.
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTSkS0Abas4

I like all of their Christmas music.
I am enamored with Pentatonix. OMG - such talent. I love all of their Christmas music. Mary Did You Know? touches a cord in my heart.
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ifCWN5pJGIE

Whitney Houston. Her voice was a gift from God. In my humble opinion the best female vocalist of my lifetime (67 years). What a loss and what a waste of an incredible gift.
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mXc0xrPt04

Manheim Steamroller, Pentatonix and Whitney Houston - I can listen to their Christmas music all day long.
I have other favorites that I will add later.
What are you favorite Christmas songs/artist?
 

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I love Christmas music. I can listen to it all year long. It's so hard to pick a favorite one because there are so many. This one is my favorite version of "White Christmas" by Otis Redding. It always makes me think of the first glistening snow of the season in our Midwest winters.

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwCcVRH8idA
 
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I enjoy the humor of many of the songs posted. When I am cooking or wrapping gifts I prefer more traditional Christmas Music. Edit: Manheim Steamroller and Pentatonix are not traditional.
I love Christmas music. I can listen to it all year long. It's so hard to pick a favorite one because there are so many. This one is my favorite version of "White Christmas" by Otis Redding. It always makes me think of the first glistening snow of the season in our Midwest winters.

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwCcVRH8idA
Love Otis Redding. His only gold record was for Sittin On The Dock of the Bay, released three months after his death.
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBsm8wukNqg&list=PLR7sPawuzFmJh1IBso4UeZ5mxWJSAe6aj

Dolly does not have the best voice, kind of nasal. I love her. She is so humble, so genuine, so smart, and an amazing business woman.
 
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