Is It too Early to Mention Christmas Music?

I don’t think so.  Therefore, drop by this page and take a look at a new album you can pick up November 15th at any Starbucks across the country.  Your friend and mine Ari Shapiro is one of the singers and he’s fantastic.  It’s got something for everyone (including a few tracks you can listen to now).

TRACKLISTING
1. White Christmas
2. White Christmas (part II) featuring Saori Yuki
3. Shchedryk (Ukrainian Bell Carol)
4. Santa Baby
5. Elohai, N’tzor
6. Little Drummer Boy
7. Congratulations – A Happy New Year Song
8. Do You Hear What I Hear?
9. La Vergine Degli Angeli
10. We Three Kings
11. A Snowglobe Christmas
12. Ocho Kandelikas (Eight Little Candles)
13. Silent Night
14. Auld Lang Syne

About Jim

I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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7 Responses to Is It too Early to Mention Christmas Music?

  1. Frankly, I don’t know what’s worse, Christmas music or this blog’s new multicolored theme…

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  2. Santa baby?
    We three kings?
    Silent night?

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  3. No. . . it’s NOT too early to mention Christmas music. I love it!

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  4. Rachel says:

    It is NEVER too early for Christmas music!

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  5. Gerard says:

    A Snowglobe Christmas and White Christmas (part II) , never heard of them. Out of that list, surely Silent Night and We Three Kings would be the only songs you would sing in your church?

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    • Jim says:

      where did you get the idea that any of them were going to be sung here? i just mentioned the cd because its got some fun songs on it and ari shapiro is a fantastic singer and a fb friend.

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  6. Rev Tony Buglass says:

    Cheesy.

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