If you don't have it, you might like Christmas with the Rat Pack. Frank Sintra has a good Christmas CD, too. Any of the Christmas lounge compilations would be a good choice for you. An old, OOP Starbucks CD called Mistletoe and Merriment has the type of music you like.
I can't believe I forgot to mention one of my all time favorites!
A Partridge Family Christmas Card Album!
My mom bought this in the late sixties/early seventies and we listened to it growing up--it was always a favorite! Several years ago, Walgreens had the CD and I bought it. It is really the one piece of music that really brings back my childhood memories.
The old standards mostly for me. Thought I do really like Mel Torme's Christmas cd.
Same goes for Harry Connick, Johnny Mathis, Tony Bennett, the Time Life series.
I just picked up a TSO cd this weekend. I hear they put on quite a show.
They are here on Thursday, but I'm already going to Jethro Tull on friday. They too have a Christmas CD, which I also have.
I too like the CDs with a variety of artists. I prefer the classics to the remix made by other artist. The one cd I tend to listen to is my Kenny G...no singing just music..it's sooo relaxing to me. It really puts me in a great mood!