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Top 5 Christmas Albums

Saturday, 29 November 2014

My calendar says November 30th, but mentally I'm already in the midst of December. In fact, I'd invite you in for a christmas mince pie if I hadn't already eaten the last of my most recent batch. Ha. 

Obviously I've been listening to Christmas music since the start of November (not even joking - on my spotify playlist it says "created Nov 2"). Because I want to make sure that you too have the best possible christmas experience you can, I shall soon precede to tell you my top tunes for this season. Right, let's get on with it - in no particular order.

1. "O Come All Ye Faithful" by Moriah Peters
So technically this is actually a single, and sadly I don't think there is an album to follow it (let me know if you've heard any new goss!). Although this artist isn't very well known, this song is just so beautiful, very beautiful, sheer beautiful. I think you'd be shocked at how many times I've had this on repeat #notevenjokingrightnow.

2. "Cliff At Christmas" by Cliff Richard
For me, this album is Christmas. Full stop. Ever since I was a little kid, the CD of this has been consistently slotted into our CD player every year on December 1st. Christmas wouldn't be christmas with this melodic medley. So thanks, Cliff.

3. "Christmas" by Micheal Buble
I think everyone has this on their Christmas playlists - it seems to be the background noise for any particularly festive activity. I'm not complaining at all, I could listen to his voice all day. That man. Not in a weird way though....

4. "Christmas" by Francesca Battistelli
You know how everyone has that secret song/album/artist that they listen to but never reveal to the world? For example, when I was 13 it was "Party in the USA" by Miley Cyrus. Cringe. Well this fantastic Francesca lady has been mine for years now (I'm loving her new album too), she's a wonderful woman of God and has an amazing voice - naturally, her Christmas album is always a welcome addition to the season. 

5. "What Christmas Means To Me" by Stevie Wonder
A old but fun feel-good song, great for boogieing and cheering up. Got some fun memories of busking with this song too! 

I feel like I've just let you into quite a deep and raw aspect of myself - it can be a little scary letting people know what goes on inside your headphones haha. So, because I've just blabbed I'm now going to hand the rubber ducky to - yup, here you go - so you can tell me what you listen to! Eager am I to expand my Christmas playlist ;) 

I've used the word "Christmas" 13 times already, so I'll stop here. Have a fantastic day (:



  1. I love the Michael Buble's Christmas album! He is truly awesome! I'm so excited for xmas to come too! Have a nice day!
    With love,

  2. Haha you too! Thanks for commenting x


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