Looking for the latest Pop albums releasing this Christmas? So was I, coz I just love music. A wise man once said that if there is anything which can make your boss or instructor abandon that scowl on his forehead and rest his vocal chords or make his feet go cha cha cha, its nothing but some smashing good music. So here's the list of the top 10 Christmas albums making an entry into the world of Pop this year:
'James Taylor at Christmas' by Jame Taylor- Consists of a selection of warm and comforting traditional Christmas Pop.
'Now! That's What I call Christmas, Vol. 3' by Various Artists- The first two volumes are unforgettable, hope this one will create ripples as well.
'Wintersong' by Sarah McLachlan- Destined to stun your senses, Sarah's beautiful voice is sure to captivate audiences.
'Cool Yule' by Bette Midler- The first Christmas album ever in the long career of the Divine Miss M.
'Songs for Christmas' by Sufjan Stevens- For more information on this one, scroll down to check out my exclusive post dated October 19, 2006.
'A Classic Christmas' by Wyonna Judd- Primarily renowned as a country singer, nevertheless her songs can smoothly fit into the Pop category as well.
'One more Drifter in the Snow' by Aimee Mann- This collection ranges from a version of “You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch” to an original tear jerking Christmas number.
'A Mary Mary Christmas' by Mary Mary- A duo that keeps surprising us with their enchanting numbers. Hope this one will also add mirth to the holiday spirit.
'A Twisted Christmas' by Twisted Sister- This much awaited album is sure to be a party rocker.
'A 50th Anniversary Christmas celebration' by Johnny Mathis- Who would not want to lay his hands on this album consisting of the classic recordings of Christmas songs by a living legend?
Just check out these websites, for more information on these upcoming albums.
So plug in your headphones/earphones and make sure you get a few of these albums for your boss as well to ensure that extra wage hike this Christmas.
Monday, October 30, 2006
Posted by Sean Carter at 12:04 AM