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Christmas Music That Doesn't Suck

So, I wrote this yesterday for suite101, which is one of those writer mills where you write and they pay you very, very little. But, I love to write and it’s at least something in lieu of this horrible economy. Anyway, I wrote a little something about Christmas albums that deviate from the norm: Meaning it’s not Bing Crosby nor is it some terrible overproduced Celine Dion crap. Instead, it’s five selections from Elvis Presley, Phil Spector, Bright Eyes, Sufjan Stevens, and Bob Dylan.

Surely, it’ll make your holiday just a little bit brighter.

http://popmusic.suite101.com/article.cfm/a_different_kind_of_christmas_song
Elvis Presley
Phil Spector
Bright Eyes
Sufjan Stevens
Bob Dylan

Source: www.last.fm

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