Monday, January 16, 2006

MUSIC: The OlderMusicGeek Christmas Samplers' Track List

This is just a list of the songs on some Christmas cd's I burned for some friends, but liked them so much I made copies for myself. I tried to put stuff on them that isn't heard that often on the holidays. - OlderMusicGeek

The OlderMusicGeek Alternative Christmas Sampler - 2005
We Wish You a Merry Christmas (Dance Party Christmas Mix) - ?
Last Christmas (techno version) - ?
Hark! - Torch Song (the band William Orbit started with)
Punk Rock Christmas - The Ravers
Santa Has a Mullet - Nerf Herder
Santa Claus - They Might Be Giants
Every Christmas Card I Write - They Might Be Giants
Shouldn't Have Given a Gun For Christmas - Wall of Voodoo
Merry Christmas (I Don't Wanna Fight Tonight) - The Ramones
Merry Xmas Blues- The Celibate Rifles
Do They Know It's Christmas? (Feed the World) - Far featuring Chino Moreno
Christmas Comes Only Once a Year - MxPx
Hooray for Santa Claus - Sloppy Seconds
Cold and All Alone - MxPx
Daddy Drank Our Xmas Money - TVTV$
There Ain't No Sanity Clause - The Damned
Christmas Celebration - Weezer
Fairytale of New York - No Use For a Name
"Merry Christmas" - Face To Face
Step Into Christmas - The Business
Santa Claus Is Thumbing to Town - Relient K
We Wish You a Merry Christmas - Relient K
The 12 Days of Christmas - Relient K
Angels We Have Heard on High - Relient K
Deck the Halls - Relient K
Favorite Things - Me First and The Gimmes Gimmes
Silent Night - The Dickies
White Christmas - Tina Sugandh

The OlderMusicGeek Less Alternative, More Traditional Christmas Sampler - 2005
Joy to the World - Christmas Grass
Home for the Holidays - The dB's
Christmas from the Family - Robert Earl Keen
That's What Christmas Means to Me - Stevie Wonder
Jingle Bells - Wilson Pickett
Little St Nick - The Muppets (Doctor Teeth and The Electric Mayhem)
We Three Kings - The Roches
Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree - The Refreshments
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen - Bright Eyes
I'm Getting Nothin' For Christmas - Smash Mouth and Rose O'Donnell
Frosty the Snowman - The Charms
Don't Believe in Christmas - The Sonics
Santa Claus - They Might Be Giants
Christmas Wrapping - The Waitresses
Cool Yule - Rebel Pebbles
Christmas Time Again- Bad Manners
Super Sunny Christmas - Redd Kross
Everything's Going to Be Cool This Christmas - The Eels
It's Christmas - Bouquet of Veal
Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) - Cher
Rosie Christmas - Donna Summer
techno christmas medley - ?
Jingle Bells (techno version) - ?
Feliz Navidad - The Three Tenors
The Christians and the Pagans (live) - Dar Williams

The OlderMusicGeek Even More Traditional Christmas Sampler - 2005
Deck the Halls - Philadelphia Brass Ensemble
Deck the Halls - Robert Show Chorale
O Holy Night - Mario Lanza
Jingle Bells - Barbershop Christmas
Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree - The Partridge Family
Little Drummer Boy - Lou Rowls
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen - The Dave Williamson Big Band and Singers
Jingle Bells - Jimmy Buffett
We Are Santa's Elves - from the Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer soundtrack
Snow - Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen
Good King Wenscelas - Glenn Miller Orchestra
Sleigh Ride - Ella Fitzgerald
Santa Baby - The French Impressionists
Baby, It's Cold Outside - Tom Jones and Cerys from Catatonia
Zat You Santy Claus? - Louis Armstrong
Jingle Bells - Brian Setzer
Blue Christmas - Fats Domino
White Christmas - The Drifters
Little St Nick - The Beach Boys
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeers - The Temptations
Jingle Bells - Smokey Robinson and The Miracles
Frosty the Snowman - Jackson 5
Santa Claus is Coming to Town - B2K
The Christmas Song - The Raveonettes
Christmas All Over Again - Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
Christmas Time - The dB's
Joy to the World - The Butties
We Wish You a Merry Christmas - Sesame Street cast

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This is a fairly good sampling of some of the music I listen to. It's missing a few genres I like - such as cajun. I'll work on that later. But it does contain most of my favorite artists. I tried to steer away from the better known songs to give you a better idea of what kind of music the artists play, but I was limited by the songs the website - Project Playlist - had available. But if you want to get an idea of what I listen to, just hit the play or arrow button. - OlderMusicGeek

The internet station that does the best of playing my music is Last.fm. Here's my station if you're interested.

This website, OlderMusicGeek Radio on Pandora.com, does a fairly decent job of playing what I like, although they do occasionally play stuff I don't care for, but overall they're pretty good.