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Old 11-28-2012, 12:41 PM
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Originally Posted by ScottCalvin View Post
Destiny Child's version or Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, and most re-makes by todays artists, those that are famous for being reality stars or winning talent shows, their renditions are poor, I will listen to most Christmas songs, but will turn it over if their songs are on.
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Agreed. We have one local radio station that does Christmas music full-time during the season. Unfortunately, it is 99% contemporary, easy-listening bs. Thank goodness for MP3's.

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I completely agree, I cannot stand contemporary Christmas music, I love Bing, Nat, and all the crooners, Ray Conniff and so on. Today's music doesn't sound as warm and joyous as the older stuff.
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