Okay, so one last post about Christmas music because my honey just uploaded these yesterday for Christmas day and I still want to keep some of that peace-on-earth spirit going. This Friday we will be enjoying Christmas with Brian’s family in Wilkes-Barre, and besides my mother used to celebrate until at least the first of January.
This first song is appropriate for tonight. Here in this small Pennsylvania town it is snowing more enthusiastically than an old Jimmy Stuart Christmas movie, and I have heard the plows going up and down our street. One day after, if you go by the white Christmas model, it actually is “Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas.”
So here is a taste of how lucky I am, what I get to live with nearly every day, this beautiful music in our home. If you watch Brian’s face in the first few seconds of the first video, you’ll see him looking stage right and smiling. You’ll hear a click. That was me coming home from work while he was recording. Baby, I’m sorry for the noises in the background as I took off my coat and got a drink!
The second video was from Saturday night. We celebrated the annual birthday and holiday party of our friend Michael You can here the crowd, including Micheal’s laughter in the background. I don’t think I had arrived at the party yet at this point or you would have heard my happy cackling also. I’m glad he put this up since I missed the live version. Enjoy!
- Random Favorite Christmas Song #4, “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day” (dadpoet.wordpress.com)
- O Come, O Come, Emmanuel: The Future of Forestry and The Piano Guys (aprilyamasaki.com)