Just checking in for this week, without much to blog about. This as been a paper filled week, with a lot of waiting, which I'm still waiting on. Hopefully I'll be able to share all of the good news soon. Just for my own peace of mind need to wait until everything is finalized.
More Christmas music below and I'm loving it. A nice sprinkling of snow to end the month of November. Although I'm sure with how bright the sun is shining, it will melt by the end of the day. Enjoy the rest of your Friday & have a great weekend!
Song of the Week: O Holy Night, Gladys Knight live @ Apostolic Church Of God, 1999. Watch O Holy Night. (Links may not work in all countries. All videos belong to the artist/corporation. Song links may be affiliate links.)
Till next time,
I like the traditional versions of songs. Like Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Celine Dion, Jewel (one of my few non-traditional exception) voices like them. I just find it soothing to listen to low key, smooth versions of the songs. The rest of the year I can rock out to my own music collections.
I'm not a fan of the Reggae, Rock or Rap versions of the Christmas classics. I find it irritating more than anything.
I also prefer to listen to Christmas music the week of Christmas, that's good enough for me. Anything else and it's overdose time. Than come Christmas day I don't want to listen to any holiday music. Unfortunately the stores and the radio are now starting to play Christmas music in mid November. That's too soon for my personal taste.
My favourite songs to sing and hear are probably O Holy Night sung by Josh Groban, Ave Maria sung by Charlotte Church and Away in a Manger sung by Bing Crosby. (Click on the songs to see a version on video.)
What are your favourite holiday songs and when do you like to start hearing it play all around town?
Song of the Day: 'O Holy Night' - Celine Dion, These Are Special Times, 1998, Sony Music Entertainment (Canada) Inc. Click here to watch a video of Celine singing 'O Holy Night' live. (Links may not work in all countries.)
Till next time,