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Top Smooth Tracks Christmas Edition
Since everyone is getting into the Christmas spirit, we decided to offer our top ten list for the smoothest Christmas tracks.
Of course there are literally THOUSANDS of Christmas songs, choosing ten is almost impossible. Either way, we think these are all strong tracks and we recommend all of these to play at your party.
So what do we have?
Lindsey Stirling, for one. She is one of the young, talented instrumentalists out there. She actually makes the violin cool. Dance Of The Sugar Plumb Fairy is one of my favorites.
I have a personal rule. If there is a list for top smooth tracks, Boney James must be a part of it. The First Noel is our choice here, and it features Rick Braun.
Deck The Halls by Brian Culbertson is a must-listen! The arrangement is unique, and no one can tickle the keys like Mr. Culbertson.
Alexander O’ Neal has two in the list. I have to say that I believe that My Gift To You is the best Christmas album ever released. Go listen and you will understand. It has the right mix of originals and classics. We chose one of each; Our First Christmas and Winter Wonderland.
You cannot have a Christmas list without one of the all time classics. Bobby Caldwell & Vanessa Williams do it mighty fine with Baby It’s Cold Outside.
Luther Vandross contributes This Is Christmas. Do I need to say more?
As far as classics go, Last Christmas by Wham! is considered a modern classic. There have been several remakes, but none even come close.
Another great album from start to finish is This Christmas, by BeBe & CeCe Winans. We chose Jingle Bells, because it is a nice, mid-tempo song.
Dave Koz & Friends tops the chart with a medley of classics. It is over eight minutes of bliss. The first time I heard this, I was in awe of the whole thing.
We hope you enjoy the music.
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