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Old 12-07-2012, 03:43 PM   #1
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Post your likes and dislikes, most favored and least favorite holiday songs


The one that drives me crazy is "Momma got run over by a raindeer"



My all time favorite is the David Bowie and Bing Crosby version of Little drummer boy

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I really hate Adam Sandler's Hanukkah Song.
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That Andrea Bocelli Christmas special that's been played over and over on PBS every December for like the last seven years. My grandmother always made us watch it when she was visiting. Now I've moved and I don't have to watch it anymore, and I'm very happy about it. That might sound cold, but God I was sick of that thing already. And the worst thing about it, is everytime PBS plays it, it's intercut with a local station telethon where they honest to god actually pretend the concert is live and they keep "handing it back to" the on-location crew between begging. What's ironic and they don't even know it is, they keep saying "please give us money so we can continue to bring you fine quality specials like Andrea Bocelli's Christmas concerts", which is 1) a lie because there's only one concert not "concertS", they play it every year and they will continue to do so no matter how much money they do or don't get, and 2) even so makes me not want to donate because I DO NOT WANT Andrea Bocelli's Christmas concert ever again, ever in my life forever.

Also, speaking of Andrea Bocelli but directed in general to ALL singers of his type whose concerts typically end up on PBS but not necessarily: the Lord's Prayer is not a song. Yes, I know maybe I can't really talk cuz I'm not strictly "Christian" anymore - but I was, and the Lord's Prayer is not a song. It doesn't rhyme, it has no meter whatsoever; to be blunt it sounds silly when sung, and the more "emotion" the singer(s)/musicians try to shoehorn into the performance the sillier and more embarrassing it gets.

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It's actually about time to bump the thread for this year, but I'll put a link here too:

Uncle Spacey's X-Mas Music Advent Thread

Therein play the best Holiday Music songs ever...and a few others that other people (who don't understand the nature of a countdown) threw in there. But if you just pay attention to the songs I posted, you'll have the only X-Mas music playlist you'll ever need.

Enjoy!

(and yes, Johnny....Bing & Bowie are on the list).
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The Pogue's Fairytail of New York


And a few done by The Trans Siberian Orchestra


This is about all I can handle.
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Well you can add his one too cos it still makes me smile

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I didn't do something right, sorry. but that's my song.
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FAV! Listen to this all year not just xmas.

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And should you want for a more traditional version (I know I do!):

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As stated elsewhere, this double CD (Christmas Adagios) is my go-to this time of year.



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My least favorite Christmas song is Little Drummer Boy.

Found a Christmas song that Jorus likes. Heard it for the first time today.. The Dropkick Murhpys


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My brother and I used to do little drummer boy at Christmas; him on the guitar and me on the recorder. It did sound very good.
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Hey, I dunno what to tell ya, I have never liked it. I don't know why. It's just the song I don't like, not actual drummers.
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No no, nothing personal, you get to not like it! You just reminded me of that, is all. And Johnny just showing a nice picture of himself.
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I went to hear the entire version of Handel's Messiah last night. The conductor gave a little talk explaining the piece, and a little bit of Handel's life and times. He said that the piece is properly considered an opera (who knew?) and boy, was it fantastic! The group that performed it played in Lincoln Center last week! Someone who works at the Lincoln Center saw this video and invited them to perform. They're just a little local group in podunk Shelton, WA. The whole thing was beautiful and incredible. The whole audience stood up and sang the Hallelujah chorus along with the chorale; I nearly started crying.


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Messiah by Handel is an oratorio, which I always think of as an opera without staging, acting, set, or costumes. The dramatic action of the voices may be the same as opera, i.e. there are characters, there can be a plot/story, and there is dramatic tension. Wikipedia summarizes it well in its entry on oratorio:

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An oratorio is a large musical composition including an orchestra, a choir, and soloists. Like an opera, an oratorio includes the use of a choir, soloists, an ensemble, various distinguishable characters, and arias. However, opera is musical theatre, while oratorio is strictly a concert piece—though oratorios are sometimes staged as operas, and operas are sometimes presented in concert form. In an oratorio there is generally little or no interaction between the characters, and no props or elaborate costumes. A particularly important difference is in the typical subject matter of the text. Opera tends to deal with history and mythology, including age-old devices of romance, deception, and murder, whereas the plot of an oratorio often deals with sacred topics, making it appropriate for performance in the church. Protestant composers took their stories from the Bible, while Catholic composers looked to the lives of saints. Oratorios became extremely popular in early 17th century Italy partly because of the success of the opera and the Church's prohibition of spectacles during Lent. Oratorios became the main choice of music during that period for opera audiences.


One thing that I believe you'll never see in an oratorio is the ballet. Until the nineteenth century, opera almost always incorporated ballet. In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, ballet was integral to opera. The two forms began to grow separate in the eighteenth century.
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Hey, I dunno what to tell ya, I have never liked it. I don't know why. It's just the song I don't like, not actual drummers.
I really don't like any Xmas music. The ones I posted I can tolerate or at least they make me laugh or smile.

I guess I can thank the Catholics (yes I sang in the choir) and crass commercialism.
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Sans picked up a CD at Starbuck's yesterday called "Holidays Rule." It has a mix of cool versions of traditional Christmas songs -- "Sleigh Ride" by Fun., "The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)" by Paul McCartney, "O Come, O Come Emmanuel" by Punch Brothers -- along with contemporary tunes covered by cool new artists... McCartney's "Wonderful Christmas Time" redone by The Shins, "We Need A Little Christmas" by AgesandAges, "Blue Christmas" by Heartless Bastards... I think, however, that this one may be my favorite:


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Sans picked up a CD at Starbuck's yesterday called "Holidays Rule." It has a mix of cool versions of traditional Christmas songs -- "Sleigh Ride" by Fun., "The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)" by Paul McCartney, "O Come, O Come Emmanuel" by Punch Brothers -- along with contemporary tunes covered by cool new artists... McCartney's "Wonderful Christmas Time" redone by The Shins, "We Need A Little Christmas" by AgesandAges, "Blue Christmas" by Heartless Bastards... I think, however, that this one may be my favorite:


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?featur...v=e9GtPX6c_kg#!
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I can't think of any Holiday song that I like.

There is a show about this guy who tries to commit suicide and it shows all of the lives he has touched and what would happen if he wasn't there... I like that show.

But, I can't think of anything else as far as music or movies that I like as far as the holidays go.
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There is a show about this guy who tries to commit suicide and it shows all of the lives he has touched and what would happen if he wasn't there... I like that show.
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I loved it, Envoy! Neat! Through it all, I kept saying to myself: "That's jazz, obviously, but what about it is jazz? The beat? The singing style? Do those make it jazz?" And finally, a question that probably has no easy answer in the context of that wonderful piece, "What is jazz?"

There's a line at the tail end of a song by Traffic, that goes something like this: "Well, I mean... you know... like, Jazz!"
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Through it all, I kept saying to myself: "That's jazz, obviously, but what about it is jazz? The beat? The singing style? Do those make it jazz?" And finally, a question that probably has no easy answer in the context of that wonderful piece, "What is jazz?"
I think in this, and many, many other cases, the best answer is: the harmonies. There are a lot of rhythmically complex musics, and many vocal styles. What really pegs this is the way he harmonizes the melody, completely above and apart from the simple triadic harmonies that the original carol would have.

And, by extension, the funky bass line, which implies harmony as well. It just floors me to see someone this young doing stuff like this...
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I loved it, Envoy! Neat! Through it all, I kept saying to myself: "That's jazz, obviously, but what about it is jazz? The beat? The singing style? Do those make it jazz?" And finally, a question that probably has no easy answer in the context of that wonderful piece, "What is jazz?"

There's a line at the tail end of a song by Traffic, that goes something like this: "Well, I mean... you know... like, Jazz!"
I read something interesting about Charles "Buddy" Bolden who is considered the father of jazz not too long ago and unfortunately I can't remember where I read it but it talked about how he was mentally ill and could not read music so he improvised almost all the time. It's supposed that this may be the birth of his free form jazz and jazz as we know it..
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