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Sunday, December 24, 2006

Music for a Christmas Eve drive

While it wasn't Christmas Eve yesterday, I guess it could have been. Here are some CDs I was listening to on my Zune player as we drove across Washington state:

Brian Setzer and his orchestra always amaze me, and this CD is no exception. My favorite on this is their version of "The Nutcracker Suite." The big-band Nutcracker is very fun. 



What can you say? The King can sing Christmas songs like no other -- especially "Blue Christmas."



The more I listen to Harry Connick, Jr., the more I realize he has a lot of Elvis in his soul. I love Connick's arrangements of the traditional Christmas songs; they're always a bit different than what you'd expect.



This album has all the standards on it, like "Jingle Bell Rock." If you're looking for just one Christmas CD, this is probably your best bet.

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