How does Santa stay in good spirits while traveling around the world on Christmas Eve?
According to Elf insiders, he listens to Christmas music on a high-tech music system fitted to his sleigh. In addition to popular albums over the years, including Andy Williams, Johnny Mathis, Nat King Cole, Burl Ives, Brenda Lee and Perry Como, you’ll hear a lot of new music this year from The Man in the Red Suit . His elves may be packing for him to listen to or gift to others. Among them are:
‘A Very Backstreet Christmas’ by the Backstreet Boys: Postponed last year after the holiday season’s Vegas shows were canceled due to COVID, the album is the ‘Boy’ band’s first Christmas release. Featuring his three all-new originals of “Christmas In New York,” “Together,” and “Happy Days,” the album includes “White Christmas,” “Silent Night,” and Wham’s contemporary “Last Christmas.” chestnuts are also included.
“Santa Baby” by Alicia Keys: Since Madonna recorded Eartha Kitt’s popular song “Santa Baby” in 1987 in 1953, she started the trend and 15-time Grammy Award winner Alicia Keys released her first Christmas album, “Santa Baby.” Baby,” and it continues today. Featuring four of her original songs with her R&B touches such as “December Back 2 June”, the album includes “The Christmas Song”, “Ave Maria” and of course “Santa Baby”. It also features classics such as
Pentatonix’s “Holidays Around the World”: A perfect choice for a globetrotting Santa, “Holidays Around the World” is the vocal quintet’s sixth holiday album. With 12 songs, 5 originals and 7 holiday season staples, the group, as its title suggests, is a group of Chinese pianist Lang Lang, Filipino singer Lea Salonga, Lebanese singer Hiba Tawaji, and American singer Hiva Tawaji. It performed with special guests from various backgrounds, including pop singer Meghan Trainor. In “Kid on Christmas”.
“Merry Christmas, Love” by Joss Stone: British soul singer Joss Stone took his first Christmas album into the studio to self-produce what he describes as his ‘dream project’. Beautifully recorded in Nashville with her unmistakable voice, the album includes two original songs written by Stone, “If You Believe” and “Bring On Christmas Day”, along with “Jingle Bells” and “Have Yourself”. A Merry Little Christmas” and many other songs are included. ‘ and ‘Away in a Manager’.
‘Dave Koz & Friends: Christmas Ballads’ by Dave Koz: Popular smooth jazz saxophonist Dave Koz has joined the ranks of pianist David Benoit, trumpeter Rick Braun, guitarist Peter White, and vocalist Rebecca Jade, featured on the album, for the disc to mark his 25th anniversary. of smooth jazz friends. & Friends Christmas Tour. A warm ballad album that includes “The Christmas Waltz,” “Happy Christmas (War is Over)/Imagine,” and “Merry Christmas Darling.”
“Family Christmas” by Matteo, Andrea and Virginia Bocelli: Tenor singer Andrea Bocelli, 64, teamed up with his two youngest children, Matteo, 25, and daughter Virginia, 10, to record their first album together. to “Buon Natale” and from “Feliz Navidad” to “When Christmas Comes To Town”.
“Estefan Family Christmas” by Estefan: Following her solo Christmas album in 1993, Gloria gathered her daughter Emily and 10-year-old grandson Sasha in the studio to record an album of new songs and classics sung in English and Spanish. Her Gloria’s husband Emilio also guest-starred. Songs include “Thankful,” “Run, Little St. Nick,” and “My Favorite Things.”
“Christmas Inferno” by The Tramps “Christmas Inferno” by one of the first disco bands of the 1970s doesn’t help disco fans around the world get lost in holiday rhythms like “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” and “Wonderful Christmastime.” “Joy to the World,” and the added off-season classic “Disco Inferno.”
“Christmas at Home” by Michael W. Smith: Popular Christian artist Michael W. Smith has recorded several Christmas albums, including a new six-track EP, Christmas at Home, inspired by family and ideas of Christmas past and future. Chosen for radio, “Christmas Is Here” was written by Smith and his daughter Anna and features a chorus from all of Michael and Debbie Smith’s grandchildren.
‘Winterlicious’ by Debbie Gibson: After releasing her first album as a teenager, 1980s pop darling Debbie Gibson has been around for years and has released her first holiday album, which is surprisingly “wintery”. Featuring the uptempo original “Christmas Star” released last year and the equally danceable “Jingle These Bells,” the album includes a song she co-wrote and performed with Joey McIntyre entitled “Heartbreak Holiday.” is also included.
Still, there are other new albums and music to consider, whether they’re in Santa’s sleigh or not.
The following compact discs may not be found in your local music store, but can be found online as imported. Irish singer-songwriter Adrea Corr has released ‘The Christmas Album’ featuring new covers of classic Christmas songs and an original track written by Corr called ‘Begin Again’. Also one of the most successful British artists of all time, Cliff His Richard, one of the most successful British artists of all time and his third best-selling artist in the UK singles behind The Beatles and Elvis, includes classics and new songs. His first Christmas in 19 years released his album. Such as “First Christmas” and “Six Days After Christmas (Happy New Year)”.
In the soundtrack scene, the Academy Award-winning duo of Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (“La La Land” and “The Greatest Showman”) played the original soundtrack that debuted on Apple TV+ and then migrated to the movie “Spirited.” I wrote the music for to the theater. Movie stars Will Ferrell, Ryan Reynolds, and Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer sing the music and songs you hear on her CDs. You can find Lindsay Lohan’s “Jingle Bell Rock” from the Netflix movie “Falling For Christmas” on streaming networks like iTunes.