World’s Greatest Christmas iMix List

December 11, 2007 at 2:36 pm

You can go to the link and click on any song and buy it for $.99 at iTunes. If you don’t use iTunes, you can still hear a sample of songs to see what they sound like at the link.

Click HERE for Samples of The World’s Greatest Christmas iMix

Okay, so you don’t have iTunes…here’s my list:

Walkin’ In a Winter Wonderland Michael Bolton
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas Frank Sinatra
This Christmas Ashanti
Peace Norah Jones
The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas to You) Nat King Cole
Frosty the Snowman Willie Nelson
O Little Town of Bethlehem Aaron Neville
Silver Bells Johnny Mathis
I’ll Be Home for Christmas (Single Version) Josh Groban
Blue Christmas Elvis Presley
Christmas Canon Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Angels We Have Heard On High Josh Groban & Brian McKnight
Sleigh Ride Ella Fitzgerald
Carol of the Bells Mormon Tabernacle Choir
This Christmas Gerald Albright
Do You Hear What I Hear Nichole Nordeman
Ordinary Miracle Sarah McLachlan
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Dean Martin
Silver Bells Bing Crosby & Carole Richards
It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas Bing Crosby
(There’s No Place Like) Home for the Holidays Perry Como
Carol of the Bells Mannheim Steamroller
Up On the Housetop Gene Autry
The Christmas Song Luther Vandross
My Favorite Things Tony Bennett
Jingle Bells Barry Manilow
Jingle Bell Rock Bobby Helms & The Anita Kerr Singers
O Come All Ye Faithful Josh Groban & Mormon Tabernacle Choir
I Wonder As I Wander Vanessa Williams
On Christmas Morning Kenny Loggins
Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree Brenda Lee
My Grown-Up Christmas List Kelly Clarkson
Angels We Have Heard On High Chris Tomlin
We Need a Little Christmas Johnny Mathis
Christmas Is Paintin’ the Town The Oak Ridge Boys
Caroling, Caroling Nat King Cole
White Christmas Bing Crosby
Little Saint Nick The Beach Boys
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas Christina Aguilera
Celebrate Me Home Kenny Loggins
(There’s No Place Like) Home for the Holidays Carpenters
Jingle Bells Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Gene Autry
Thank God for Kids The Oak Ridge Boys
Santa’s Song The Oak Ridge Boys
Sleigh Ride Boston Pops Orchestra
It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year Andy Williams
What Christmas Means to Me Paul Young
Pretty Paper Willie Nelson
Song for a Winter’s Night Sarah McLachlan
Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow Michael Bublé
Believe Josh Groban
The Little Drummer Boy Harry Simeone Chorale
Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) Mariah Carey
Feliz Navidad José Feliciano

Okay, so maybe the mix was not voted “The World’s Greatest” technically, per se…but it should be.  We didn’t have a lot of the traditional songs, or current pop songs that have become classics, so it’s chocked full of those.  My husband LOVES for me to make him holiday CDs for his office and begs me for fresh stuff each year, so it was a big part of his Christmas this year…and he didn’t even have to ask! I hope it makes his season enjoyable. 

I went through about 12 people’s iMix favs to come up with this list, so I’m sure it is the best!  BE SURE TO VOTE AT iTunes!  (I’ll probably win a prize, or something.  Okay, probably nothing.)

Entry filed under: Everyday, Music.

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