Playing tracks by
William De Vaughn , James Brown, Run DMC, Al Green, Marc Houle and more.
This is my version of an audio Christmas card.
"Be Thankful for What You've Got" takes up for the season as a whole.
James Brown brings funk to Christmas.
Run D.M.C. (R.I.P. Jam Master Jay) - did a couple classic Christmas tracks that make me smile.
Al Green's "L-O-V-E" is a timeless track, appropriate always, except maybe in heated battles.
Marc Houle makes "Carol of the Bells" sound even more maddening than it already is.
Herve "Together" with The Jackson 5's "Santa Claus is Coming to Town." With some edits, the vocals sold me.
The Señor Coconut cover of "Around the World" is brilliant.
I love Chris Lake's "Across the Line," and the Temptations' "Silent Night" almost works.
Fleet Foxes' "White Winter Hymnal" should be sung at campfires in the snow everywhere.
Sally Shapiro takes synthpop to that nice, warm place where I don't want it to stop.
Maps paints a great picture, and backs it up with great sounds.
Royksopp did a Cantique, and it's beautiful.