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New Years Eve Party! St. Augustine, FL

Posted on December 16, 2014 by Comments are off

New Years Eve Party!

2015 New Year Another Badd Creation

Another Badd Creation Mobile DJ Service –               St Augustine, FL 32084

Please Join us on December 31 2014, We will be the DJ entertainment at  the American Legion Post 37  St. Augustine Florida

The Cost is $35 per person and includes a prime rib dinner, party favors, champagne at midnight, music and dancing, a cash bar.  This venue is open to the public.

To make a reservation or for more information please contact:

American Legion Post 37 Florida
1 Anderson Circle, St. Augustine, FL 32084
(904) 824-0680
Web: http://www.al37fl.org/index.htm

 This is a fun venue great food great people.


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American Legion Post 37 Florida

Autism Speaks 2014 Jacksonville Florida

Posted on November 11, 2014 by Comments are off

We had the honor of being the DJ for this years Autism Speaks Walk at the Landing in Downtown Jacksonville, A very special day and an event we will hold dear in our hearts. For those who missed this event we will post some pictures and videos over the next few days.








Autism Speaks walk 2014 Stage at the Landing Jacksonville Florida


Autism Speaks Jacksonville Florida 2014


Storm Troopers @ Autism Speaks The Jacksonville Landing 2014


Ghost Busters at Autism speaks 2014 at the Jacksonville Landing


Imperial Forces at Autism Speaks 2014 Jacksonville Landing


Autism Speaks Pindale Pandas








What a day! More than 2,000 walkers joined us as we walked to change the future for everyone who struggles with autism. So far, we have raised $50,000 toward our goal, and we’re still counting! We were joined on Saturday by our 2014 Master of Ceremonies, John Bachman, Action News Jax, as well at the 501st Legion Star Wars Costuming Group, and the Ghostbusters, all while being entertained by Another Badd Creation Mobile DJ Service, Bounce Around Jax, The Balloon Dude and Kelly McCormick with Dance Fitness! Participants enjoyed beverages from Pepsi and Juice Plus, snacks from Bimbo Bakeries and Dunkin Donuts and Team Village divulged in bagels donated from the Hyatt Regency and wings from Hooters. Walkers visited more than 20 Resource Fair vendors and sponsors, including Butterfly Effects, Bloom Behavioral Solutions, Understanding Behavior, Pediatric Behavioral Services, Pediatric Smiles and Reaching Milestones.

2014 Best Party songs to Date

Posted on August 20, 2014 by Comments are off

Top 2014 party Songs

Another Badd Creation Mobile DJ

Avril Lavigne – Smile – Best Party Songs
Bad Meets Evil – Fast Lane
Big Time Rush – Worldwide
Boom Boom Pow – Black Eyed Peas
Britney Spears – I Wanna Go
Calvin Harris ft Kelis – Bounce
Can’t Hold Us- Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Celebration – Kool & The Gang
Check the Rhime – A Tribe Called Quest
Chris Brown ft Justin Bieber – Next 2 You
Dave Matthias vs Julissa Veloz – Sweet Sugar Poison
Dev ft The Cataracs – Fireball
DJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love – Usher Feat. Pitbull
Dynamite – Taio Cruz
Eminem – Space Bound
Enrique Iglesias ft Usher & Lil Wayne – Dirty Dancer
Estelle ft Rick Ross – Break My Heart
Far East Movement – So What?
Feel This Moment – Pitbull feat. Christina Aguilera
Gentleman – PSY – Great Party Songs
Get Down Tonight – KC & The Sunshine Band
Hard Knock Life – Jay Z -Party Songs
Hot Boyz – Missy Elliot,Nas,Q-Tip
I Need Your Love – Calvin Harris ft. Ellie Goulding
Jessie’s Girl – Rick Springfield
Just Dance – Lady Gaga Feat. Colby O’Donis
Katy Perry – Last Friday Night
Ladies First – Queen Latifah ft.Monie Love
Lady GaGa – The Edge Of Glory
Lil Uno ft Jah Free – High As The Sun
Live It Up- Jennifer Lopez ft. Pitbull
LMFAO ft Natalia Kills – Champagne Showers DJ Version
Mama Said Knock You Out – LL Cool J
Me Myself and I – De La Soul
Mind Playing Tricks On Me
Nicki Minaj – Did It On ‘Em
Oh Boy – Cam’ron
Paul Revere – The Beastie Boys
Play Hard- David Guetta ft. Ne-Yo, Akon
Porcelain Black ft Lil Wayne
Quik is the Name – DJ Quik
Rappers Delight- Sugarhill Gang
Renee – The Lost Boys
Rock the Bells – LL Cool J
rush On You – Lil Kim
Rye Rye ft Robyn – Never Will Be Mine
Scream and Shout – will.i.am feat. Britney Spears
Selena Gomez & The Scene – Love You Like A Love Song
Shania Twain – Today Is Your Day
Shontelle – Say Hello To Goodbye
Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) – Beyonce
That Power- Will.i.am. ft. Justin Bieber
The Choice is Yours – Black Sheep
The Train (Come On And Ride It) – Quad City DJ’s
The Way You Look Tonight – Frank Sinatra
We The Kings – Friday Is Forever
Weird Al – Perform This Way By Lady GaGa
Where Them Girls At -David Guetta & Nicki Minaj
You Shook Me All Night Long – AC/DC

ST. Augustine Florida Wedding Reception DJ

Posted on July 21, 2014 by Comments are off

ST. Augustine Florida Wedding Reception DJ

Affordable, Simple, & Romantic

We provide Professional Mobile DJ services for  wedding ceremony and receptions.

Overwhelmed by the number of disc jockey services to choose from for your special event? Asking yourself which service is right for me? Will they have the music I’m looking for? Will they be professional and not turn my event into a circus?. Thankfully you have found the peace of mind of Clay County Wedding DJ Services.

we are more than just a DJ service. We serve as master of ceremonies, music coordinator & programmer, announcer, event planner and above all our DJ’s are caring individuals dedicated to making your event a success

From the format of your cocktail hour…to your grand entrance music…through dinner…cake cutting, and the dance segments of the reception, we will work directly with you to materialize your wedding vision to perfection. We do not utilize a “cookie cutter” approach to wedding entertainment because every affair is unique and every client is different. From fun to elegance, we have you covered

From your initial contact with us to your grand exit from the reception – we work to make the planning simple and the entertainment for your dream wedding worry-free, fun and uniquely you. We’ve made hundreds of modern brides smile by insuring their big day is memorable and worry-free.

Serving: Jacksonville, Orange Park, Greencove Springs, Middleburg, Gainesville, Starke,Keystone Heights, Melrose  , Interlachen, St. Augustine, Palatka, Florida

2014 Wedding Ceremony Song Suggestions

Posted on May 19, 2014 by Comments are off

2014 Wedding Ceremony Song Suggestions



La Califfa – Sung by Sarah Brightman
1, 2, 3, 4 – Cover Version of Plain White Tees performed by Vitamin String Quartet
A Thousand Years – The Piano Guys
Air on a G String – Johann Sebastian Bach
All You Need is Love – Beatles
Alla Hornpipe – G.F. Handel
Angel – Robin Thicke
Bellissimo – Ilya
Bittersweet Symphony – The Verve
Bless the Broken Road – performed by The O’Neill Brothers
Bridal Chorus – Richard Wagner
Canon in D – Pachelbel
Clair de Lune – Claude Debussy
First Day of My Life – Bright Eyes
Gymnopedies No. 1 – Erik Satie
Halo – Beyonce
Holocene –  Vitamin String Quartet
I Was Glad – Charles Hubert Hastings Parry
I’m Yours – Jason Mraz
Nimrod  – Edward Elgar
Paint the Sky with Stars – Enya
Ribbon in the Sky – Stevie Wonder
Romantic Pieces, Op. 75 – Antonin Dvorak
Sarabande – Johann Sebastian Bach
Sleepers Awake – Johann Sebastian Bach
Somewhere Over the Rainbow – “Iz”
Songbird  – Eva Cassidy
Spring  – Antonio Vivaldi
The Dog Days are Over – Florence and the Machine
The Prayer – The O’Neill Brothers
Trumpet Tune – Henry Purcell
Trumpet Voluntary – Jeremiah Clarke
Wedding March – Felix Mendelssohn

Dope Jam Session:

Posted on May 18, 2014 by Comments are off

Dope Jam Session:

Random Dudes Start Jamming Out Together!

Dope Jam Session: Random Dudes Start Jamming Out Together!

Dope Jam Session: Random Dudes Start Jamming Out Together!

2014 Summer Songs

Posted on May 17, 2014 by Comments are off


Summer Party Songs 2014

Another Badd Creation Mobile DJ Summer Songs 2014

A Warm Summer Night – Chic
All Summer Long – Kid Rock
Automatic- Miranda Lambert
Baby Baby – Amy Grant
Beach Baby – First Class
Beachin’ – Jake Owen
Beautiful Day – UZ –
Bottoms Up – Brantley Gilbert
Boys Of Summer – Don Henley
California Gurls – Katy Perry
Celebrated Summer – Husker Du
Chainsaw – The Band Perry
China Town – Wild Nothing
Come & Get In Trouble With Me-Ricki-Lee
Comes And Goes… In Waves – Greg Laswell
Cop Car – Keith Urban
Crazy On You – Heart
Dancing In The Street – Martha And The Vandellas
Deadbeat Summer – Neon Indian
Despicable Dogs – Small Black
Doin’ What She Likes- Blake Shelton
Electric Music And Summer People – Beck
Endless Summer – Oceana
Evening In June – Van Morrison
Farewell My Summer Love – Micheal Jackson
Feel Good Hit Of The Summer – Queens Of The Stone Age
Feel It All Around – Washed Out
Fingertips – Emiliana Torrini
Firestarter -Samantha Jade
Gangnam Style – PSY
Get Me Some Of That – Thomas Rhett
Girls In The Summer Clothes – Bruce Springsteen
Give It 2 U [U. S. Mix / Edited]-
Kendrick Lamar / Robin Thicke
Give Me Back My Hometown – Eric Church
Good Day Sunshine – The Beatles
Happy Summer Days – Ronnie Dove
Happy Summertime – R. Kelly
Here Comes Summer – Jerry Keller
Here Comes The Sun – The Beatles
Here’s What’s Left – RJD2
Holes [Radio Edit]- Passenger
Holiday Road – Lindsey Buckingham
Hot Summer Nights – Night
I Don’t Dance- Lee Brice
I Don’t Need a Reason-Dizzee Rascal
I Got A Car -George Strait
Indian Summer – Gavin Degraw
Invisible – Hunter Hayes
It Must Be Summer – Fountains Of Wayne
It’s Summer – Chris Rea
June Is Busting Out All Over – Audra Mcdonald
Keep Them Kisses Comin’ – Craig Campbell
La La La- Naughty Boy / Sam Smith
Lettin’ The Night Roll – Justin Moore
Live While We’re Young – One Direction
Love Letters In The Sand – The Motels
Love Me Again [Radio Edit]- John Newman
Love Shack – The B52s
Magic Number-B.o.B / The Potbelleez
My Eyes – Blake Shelton Featuring Gwen Sebastian
My Summer Love – Ruby & The Romantics
On Top of the World- Imagine Dragons
One Life – PEZ / Tys
Parachute- Timomatic
Picnic In The Summertime – Deee-Lite
Play It Again-Luke Bryan
Porcelain – Moby
Prelude – Adventure Galley
Ratchet-Bloc Party
Ray Of Light – Madonna
Rewind – Rascal Flatts
Right There – Ariana Grande / Big Sean
River Bank – Brad Paisley
Summaer Days – Bob Dylan
Summer Madness – Kool & The Gang
Summer’s Almost Gone – The Doors
Summertime Rolls – Jane’s Addiction
Surfer Girl – The Beach Boys
Talamak – Toro Y Moi
That Summer Feeling – Jonathan Richman
The Best is yet to Come – Frank Sinatra
The Boys of Summer – Don Henley
The First Day of Summer – Tony Carey
The Green Leaves Of Summer – Peter & Gordon
The hanging Garden – The Cure
The Season – The Dodos
There Is No There – The Books
There’s A Light – Bushy
This Is How We Roll – Florida Georgia Line Featuring Luke Bryan
Va Va Voom – Nicki Minaj
Wait So Long – Trampled By Turtles
Walk of Shame [Clean Version]-P!nk
Walk The Moon -Anna Sun
Walks Like Rihanna – The Wanted
We Can’t Stop – Miley Cyrus
When a Fire Starts To Burn-Disclosure
Where It’s At – Dustin Lynch
Whiskey In My Water – Tyler Farr
Who I Am With You – Chris Young
Yeah – Joe Nichols
Wild Child-Elen Levon
You Make Me – Avicii
Your Summer Dream -The Beach Boys


60 Great Albums You Probably Haven’t Heard

Posted on January 22, 2014 by Comments are off

 60 Great Albums You Probably Haven’t Heard

By Jody Rosen

Who needs new music? In this week’s issue of the magazine, our critics show us what’s in their personal collections of old culture, much of it you might’ve missed. All of it is available online, somewhere. Herewith, Jody Rosen’s list of sixty great albums you probably haven’t heard.


1. Joni James, 100 Strings and Joni (1959)
There are symphonic pop albums—and then there’s 100 Strings and Joni, on which fifties songbird Joni James tackled a dozen show tunes and standards, backed by a mammoth orchestra. The music is grandiose, of course, but James has a voice equal to the task, delivering stirring—and, lo and behold, subtle—readings of songs like “I Can Dream, Can’t I?”

2. Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Gospel Train (1956)
Rosetta Tharpe is one of gospel’s greatest singers and one of the slyest musicians ever to strap on an electric guitar. Both qualities are on display in droves on this classic album.

3. Sanford Clark, The Fool (1956)
Sanford Clark is a forgotten great of early rock and roll whose finest recordings merit a place in the pantheon beside those of Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Roy Orbison. This compilation of his fifties singles is a fine introduction to his dusky, spooky sound: It’s rockabilly, not as sock-hop party music but as late-night listening for the lonely and lovelorn.

4. Lou Donaldson, Blues Walk (1958)
Alto-sax great Lou Donaldson’s album is the essence of the jazz-blues. It’s also blues antidote.

5. Moondog, More Moondog (1956)
Freaky category-buster Moondog has long been a hero of the rock-snob set. His woolly album—a mix of spoken snippets and weird percussion tapping out tricky time signatures—shows why. “Ostrich Feathers Played on Drum,” anyone?

6. Elizabeth Cotten, Freight Train and Other North Carolina Folk Songs and Tunes (1958)
Elizabeth Cotten played guitar so very right by playing it “wrong”: She developed her signature style by turning a right-handed guitar upside down and picking with her left hand. This great Smithsonian Folkways album, a collection of blues rags and folk tunes, earned Cotten many admirers and quite a few foolhardy imitators.

7. Machito, Kenya (1957)
An Afro-Cuban jazz masterpiece. Perfect music for a Sunday brunch. Or for reanimating a corpse.

8. Les Baxter featuring Bas Sheva, The Passions (1954)
This wild concept album by exotica composer Les Baxter placed wordless vocals over extravagant symphonic backing to conjure intense emotional states: despair, ecstasy, hate, lust, terror, jealousy, joy, passion. The real star is vocalist Bas Sheva, who bellows, sobs, and whoops, and, on the groovy “Lust,” unleashes cries of ecstasy—possibly the earliest instance of simulated orgasm on a commercially released recording.

9. The Browns, Sweet Sounds by the Browns (1959)
The records of Arkansas siblings Jim Ed, Maxine, and Bonnie Brown floated amiably between country, folk, and pop, but their sound was grounded in a musical verity: There’s nothing quite like three-part-harmony singing. For proof, check out this album’s opener, the Browns’ biggest hit, “The Three Bells.”

10. Mel Tormé, Mel Tormé Sings Fred Astaire (1956)
Nobody was smoother. Mel Tormé swung effortlessly and sang beautifully, but it’s the soothing, enfolding warmth of his vocal tone—the sound
that earned him the nickname “the Velvet Fog”—that set him apart from other pop vocalists. On this album Tormé takes on songs made famous by another world-historical smoothie. Delight.


11. Joe Tex, Buying a Book (1969)
Joe Tex sang better than all but a few soul men and was funnier than the lot of ’em. This gutbucket-funky album may be his finest.

12. Brigitte Fontaine, Comme à la Radio (1969)
If you think Gallic pop is one giant kitsch-a-thon, you’ve never heard musical Dadaist Brigitte Fontaine. On this delectably weird 1969 album, Fontaine combines chanson, spoken word, and avant-jazz, with guest work from the Art Ensemble of Chicago.

13. Lefty Frizzell, Mom and Dad’s Waltz and Other Great Country Hits (1966)
George Jones was the only man capable of outsinging Lefty Frizzell, whose clear, pure tenor lifted dozens of songs up the country charts in the fifties and sixties. Frizzell could also do some things Jones couldn’t, namely write songs like the title track of this LP: a beautifully plainspoken ballad of filial devotion, guaranteed to put teardrops in the beer mug of any parent or child.

14. Tex Williams and His String Band, Smoke Smoke Smoke (1960)
Nobody cracked an easygoing joke like Western Swing novelty-song king Tex Williams—his signature hit was the nicotine-addiction plaint “Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette).” But Williams was a great singer, period, whether crooning “The Leaf of Love” or gliding through the badass-bootlegger tale “The Ballad of Thunder Road.”

15. Joe Bataan, Riot! (1968)
This propulsive, convulsive record isn’t just the definitive Latin Boogaloo album. It’s history: a vivid document of late-sixties New York City, when social unrest and the counterculture took root in the barrio. Nearly half a century later, it’s still capable of starting a riot—on the dance floor.

16. Connie Smith, I Love Charley Brown (1968)
Stiff-upper-lip heartbreak ballads, from one of country’s supreme female singers.

17. Bettye Swann, Don’t You Ever Get Tired of Hurting Me? (1969)
Who hasn’t asked that question? But no one asked it better than the underrated soul balladeer Bettye Swann. Also not to be missed: the tender “Little Things Mean A Lot.”

18. La Lupe, Es La Reina (1969)
The torchiest album by one of the great torch singers of her day, with elaborate string-swathed orchestra arrangements bolstering the telenovela melodrama.

19. Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Volunteered Slavery (1969)
The jazz multi-instrumentalist Rahsaan Roland Kirk was famous for his brain-bifurcating (and trifurcating!) feat of playing two or more horns at a time. Volunteered Slavery showcases his staggering technique and his range: There are protest songs, whooping gospel testimonials, a Stevie Wonder hit, a blistering John Coltrane tribute, and, always, jokes—laughing-to-keep-from-crying gallows humor and the laughing-till-you’re-crying shtick of a natural cutup.

20. The Velvet Illusions, Acid Head (1967)
The title tells the story: This is psychedelic garage rock, recorded during the Summer of Love, when drugs were really starting to kick in. Sample lyric: “In hippie town / Some wear no shoes / They have no blues / No love to lose.”


21. Cymande, Cymande (1972)
You may not have heard of Cymande, but you’ve heard them: MCs have been rapping over their funky drums since the dawn of hip-hop. But the British band’s debut offers pleasures behind break-beats. Try “Rickshaw,” a flute-heavy Latin-jazz jam, or the bustling New Orleans funk of “Friends.”

22. Shirley Brown, Woman to Woman (1975)
Shirley Brown had a bit of Aretha in her: The woman knew her way around a heart-shredding soul ballad. The title track hit No. 1 on the Billboard
R&B charts, but the nine other songs are just as tasty.

23. Jorge Ben, África Brasil (1976)
The great Brazilian musical iconoclast delivers one of the funkiest albums of the funkiest decade in human history, with songs about everything from Santeria to sex, and—what else?—dancing. Rod Stewart lifted the tune for “Do Ya Think I’m Sexy?” from Ben’s “Taj Mahal”; Ben sued Stewart for plagiarism.

24. Keith Cross & Peter Ross, Bored Civilians (1972)
Folk, prog rock, and jazz drift through nine beautifully melancholy songs by a pair of virtuoso songwriter-guitarists. It’s a high-seventies record that’s both definitively English and ersatz-California: a couple of Brits doing their quirky version of Laurel Canyon rock.

25. Jane Birkin, Di Doo Dah (1973)
Serge Gainsbourg wrote this album for his muse Jane Birkin, and it is unmistakably Gainsbourgian. Here are a dozen exquisitely orchestrated pop songs that are as witty as they are pervy, delivered by Birkin in her patented vocal style: a whisper that made every lyric sound like a salacious secret.

26. The Congos, Heart of the Congos (1977)
The greatest roots reggae album of all time? Or the greatest album of all time, period?

27. Melanie, Stoneground Words (1972)
A warbler from Queens whose quavering folkie corniness was redeemed by her genuine eccentricity and gift for a tune. If you doubt that a song titled “Maybe I Was (A Golf Ball)” can be a harrowing existential lament, you’ve never heard this album.

28. The Flatlanders, More a Legend Than a Band (1972)
Three great Texas singer-songwriters—Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Joe Ely, and Butch Hancock—deliver the alt-country Ur-album.

29. Novos Baianos, Acabou Chorare (1972)
The eleven members of Novos Baianos, from the musical mecca of Salvador in northeastern Brazil, lived together on a commune for several years. They sounded the part. The band’s extraordinary second album blends folk, acid rock, samba, and bossa nova in songs that hold an enchanting aura of hippie utopianism. Exhibit A: the majestic, slow-cresting anthem “Preta Pretinha.”

30. Jobriath, Jobriath (1973)
What if the most shameless David Bowie impersonator you’ve ever heard made a high-camp sci-fi glam-rock concept album as good—or better—than Bowie’s own records?


31. The Nails, Mood Swing (1984)
As career plans go, it’s not terribly promising: Rockers from the patchouli-and-Birkenstocks mecca of Boulder, Colorado, relocate to New York City and reinvent themselves as jaded, jittery chroniclers of the downtown demimonde. But it worked for the Nails, at least on their debut album, a minor New Wave classic highlighted by the majestically seedy “88 Lines About 44 Women.”

32. Marshall Crenshaw, Downtown (1985)
Ten tidy, perfect songs from one of the great pop-rock classicists, deftly produced by the redoubtable T-Bone Burnett.

33. Ten City, Foundation (1989)
Ten City, from Chicago, were a future-shock and a nostalgia trip: popularizers of cutting-edge deep house who gloried in a lush Philly soul sound that was at least a decade out of date. They hit it out of the park with their biggest single, the album opener “That’s the Way Love Is.”

34. Baltimora, Living in the Background (1985)
Transcendently tacky New Wave dance music from Italy.

35. Fishbone, Truth and Soul (1988)
The best album by the greatest black rock band since Funkadelic highlights Fishbone’s secret weapon: the pop songwriting touch that brought focus to their cross-pollinating funk-punk-ska-metal-jazz-soul-gospel-etc. Truth and Soul is as catchy as it is funky and stands with Public Enemy’s It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back as one of the great protest albums of the eighties.

36. Ta Mara and the Seen, Blueberry Gossip (1988)
The phrase “blueberry gossip” sounds like the kind of delightful nonsense you’d find on one of Prince’s lyric sheets, and no wonder: Ta Mara and the Seen were Twin Cities–based exponents of the “Minneapolis sound.” They were Prince wannabes, in other words—or, to be precise, Sheila E. wannabes. There are worse things to be, especially when your album is produced by Jesse Johnson, of the Time, and when “Blueberry Gossip” turns out to be this funky.

37. Keith Whitley, I Wonder Do You Think of Me (1989)
This one was released three months after country star Keith Whitley’s death from alcohol poisoning. It was an accidental valediction but a worthy one, especially the sad, lovely title track.

38. King Sunny Adé & His African Beats, Juju Music (1982)
The album that introduced Western audiences to the Yoruba Nigerian juju, and to King Sunny Adé, the genre’s top star. It’s irresistible dance music, at once tough and breezy, with gentle melodies and chiming guitar lofting above thick, bustling polyrhythms.

39. Chill Rob G, Ride the Rhythm (1989)
Hip-hop connoisseurs long ago canonized the slick, festive debut album by Jersey City rapper Chill Rob G. Classic cut: “Let the Words Flow.” Buried treasure: the gory “Bad Dreams.”

40. Holly & the Italians, The Right to Be Italian (1981)
No one was going to deny Chicagoan turned Londoner Holly Beth Vincent the right to be Italian—or the right to snarl bratty New Wave anthems like “Rock Against Romance” and “Tell That Girl to Shut Up.”


41. Ivy, Apartment Life (1997)
Lounge, bossa nova, Brill Building pop, and other urbane sounds move through the music on Apartment Life, a dozen tight, melancholy songs about youngish New Yorkers falling in and out of love.

42. O.C., Word … Life (1994)
“By the way, do me a favor / Give it a chance if a nigga has flavor,” rapped Brooklyn’s O.C. on his debut. Few did give Word … Life a chance in 1994, when the popularity of gangsta rap made O.C.’s boasts-and-rhymes traditionalism seem dowdy. But the album has endured as a cult favorite, not least for “Time’s Up,” a classic diss track aimed at, yep, phony gangstas.

43. Ninjaman, Bounty Hunter (1991)
There’s lots of sex and, especially, violence on Ninjaman’s Bounty Hunter, an album sometimes credited with bringing gangsta-rap gunplay to the Jamaican dance hall. But there’s wit, too, and the pure musicianship of Ninjaman, whose singsong style is one the genre’s most compelling.

44. Cornelius, Fantasma (1997)
Noise-pop and drum and bass, the Beach Boys and the Beastie Boys, lounge and grunge: There’s all that and more on the 1997 album by Japanese musical polymath Cornelius.

45. Youssou N’Dour, Set (1990)
An album that forced Western listeners to confront two facts: Not only was Senegal’s Youssou N’Dour a singer of godly gifts, he might just sing the best pop songs, too.

46. Latin Playboys, Latin Playboys (1994)
A side project by Los Lobos’ David Hidalgo and Louie Pérez that was better than any Los Lobos album in the prior decade, and that’s saying something. Imagine Latin dance music remixed by Tom Waits on a steam-operated studio console.

47. Freedy Johnston, Can You Fly (1992)
Masterful songwriting in a vaguely midwestern-gothic mode, by a Kansan who relocated to Hoboken. The title track is a ballad about a farmer who discovers an angel in a field—and it doesn’t have one bit of spiritual mumbo-jumbo about it. “The Lucky One” is the best song ever written about Las Vegas. The other eleven songs are just as good.

48. Iris DeMent, My Life (1993)
The country troubadour dedicated My Life to her father, who died in 1992, a year before the album’s release. You’d be hard-pressed to find a more moving elegy: ten beautiful folk-country songs about love and family and faith, written and performed with the easy-flowing artlessness that comes naturally to an artist.

49. DJ Quik, Quik Is the Name (1991)
Nearly two full years before Dr. Dre released The Chronic, the template for g-funk was in place on this Compton rapper’s smutty, swaggering debut.

50. Andy Bey, Shades of Bey (1998)
Dreamy, beautiful album by a master jazz vocalist who finds new depths in everything he sings. Bey wraps his dark baritone around an eclectic group of songs: an Ellington chestnut, an Afro-Cuban lullaby, Nick Drake’s “River Man.” His tender take on “Some Other Time” is one of the best you’ll hear of that oft-sung ballad.


51. Benji Hughes, A Love Extreme (2008)
Benji Hughes looks like a biker-bar scuzzball, but he writes songs like Cole Porter, if Cole Porter had a Casio keyboard, an 808 drum machine, and songs with titles like “I Went With Some Friends to See the Flaming Lips.” Hughes’s debut album, a 25-song opus, is wildly ambitious and an egregiously overlooked classic of American popular song.

52. Akufen, My Way (2002)
Talk about a cut-and-paste job. Akufen, a.k.a. Montreal electronic musician Marc Leclair, made this album by collaging together more than 2,000 samples, all taped by Leclair off the radio. He builds those snippets—of music and voices and static and everything in between—into miniature symphonies, some ambient, some propulsively danceable, all of them bewitching and ingenious.

53. Julie Roberts, Men & Mascara (2006)
Julie Roberts has one of the most soulful voices in country music, and on this album she found a dozen songs worthy of it. The title track is a weeper for the ages: “Last night, he said she was the one / But men and mascara always run.”

54. Bobby Creekwater, Anthem to the Streets (2005)
Atlanta rapper Bobby Creekwater was briefly signed to Eminem’s Shady Records label, but his 2011 major-label debut flopped. Too bad, because his 2005 mixtape Anthem to the Streets was a blast, full of sprightly beats and low-key wit. Standout: the theme song “Bobby Creek.”

55. Various Artists, Hyphy Hitz (2007)
Bay Area hyphy is the dumbest regional rap style in the country—and as this stupendous compilation proves ad infinitum, “dumb,” in hyphy-speak, is a compliment in the highest.

56. The Pierces, Thirteen Tales of Love and Revenge (2007)
An inexplicably slept-on album by sisters Catherine and Allison Pierce. It’s catchy and clever and sexy; the music takes in everything from Prince to down-home country to Kurt Weill. And it includes “Boring,” a spoof of blasé jet-setters: “Saturday night / We look all right / We’re going out / Boring / Paris, France / London town / NYC /Boring.”

57. Fanfare Ciocarlia, Iag Bari (2001)
If it sounds like a mêlée has broken out at a wedding—well, it has. The Balkan brass orchestra Fanfare Ciocarlia, from Romania, touts itself as the world’s fastest band. It’s difficult to verify that claim, but on this album it’s clear they’re one of the tightest and rowdiest.

58. Calle 13, Los de Atrás Vienen Conmigo (2008)
If you’re a Latin-music fan, you know the third album by Puerto Rican hip-hop heroes Calle 13, and you know it well. If you’re not, you may not know it, but you really should. The Spanish-language raps mix partying, protest, jokes, smut, and pathos. But you don’t need a word of Spanish to feel the music in rapper Residente’s manic flow, or to grok the beats, in which reggaeton, samba, Balkan brass, Argentine cumbia villera, and a dozen other styles collide and cross-pollinate.

59. Eric Church, Carolina (2009)
Church’s 2006 debut Sinners Like Me put him on the map; Chief (2011) made him a superstar and critic’s darling. In between, he released what may be his best album, and certainly his most overlooked. Carolina stretched out sonically, from the title track, a southern home-and-heart ballad with cavernous U2-style production, to “Hell on the Heart,” a cherry-bomb pop tune that Church called his attempt to write a Maroon 5 song.

60. Prinzhorn Dance School, Prinzhorn Dance School (2007)
The debut album by this English art-punk trio makes other minimalists sound maximalist. This is pop stripped to its barest bones, and then stripped further: Guitars and basses act as drums, drums as punctuation marks, vocal rasps and yelps serve more as percussion than points of focus. Somehow, songs assemble themselves, and they sound great.

*This article originally appeared in the November 18, 2013 issue of New York Magazine.

2013 Top 50 Most Requested Ceremony Songs

Posted on January 13, 2014 by Comments are off

2013 Top  Most Requested Ceremony Songs

Recessional songs


1 Train, Marry Me
2 Perri, Christina,  A Thousand Years
3 Mars, Bruno, Marry You
4 Caillat, Colbie, I Do
5  Kamakawiwo’ole, Israel ‘Iz’,  Over The Rainbow
6 Lumineers, Ho Hey
7 Mraz, Jason, I Won’t Give Up
8 Johnson, Jack, Better Together
9  Mraz, Jason & Colbie Caillat,   Lucky
10  Shelton, Blake, God Gave Me You
11  Adele,  Make You Feel My Love
12 Cole, Natalie, This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
13 Wonder, Stevie, Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours
14  Jones, Norah,  Come Away With Me
15 Pachelbel, Canon In D
16 Mraz, Jason, I’m Yours
17  Beatles, Here Comes The Sun
18 Buble, Michael, Everything
19  James, Etta, At Last
20 U2, Beautiful Day
21  Rascal Flatts,  Bless The Broken Road
22 Sharpe, Edward & The Magnetic Zeros,  Home
23 Bright Eyes,  First Day Of My Life
24 Beatles, All You Need Is Love
25Lamontagne, Ray, You Are The Best Thing
26 Mumford & Sons, I Will Wait
27 Dixie Cups, Chapel Of Love
28 Hall, Daryl & John Oates,  You Make My Dreams Come True
29 Onerepublic, Good Life
30 Plain White T’s, 1,2,3,4 (I Love You)
31 Adele, Lovesong
32Armstrong, Louis, What A Wonderful World
33 Gray, David, This Years Love
34 Lifehouse, You And Me
35 Presley, Elvis, Can’t Help Falling In Love
36 Mccain, Edwin, I’ll Be
37 Michaelson, Ingrid, The Way I Am
38 Queen, You’re My Best Friend
39 Sade, By Your Side
40 Plain White T’s, Rhythm Of Love
41 Turtles, Happy Together
42 Beach Boys, Wouldn’t It Be Nice
43 Paisley, Brad, Then
44 Beach Boys, God Only Knows
45 Black Eyed Peas, I Gotta Feeling
46 Buble, Michael, Crazy Love
47 Caillat, Colbie, Bubbly
48 Chesney, Kenny, Me And You
49 Enya, Only Time
50 Hayes, Hunter, Wanted


Christmas Song Suggestions 2013

Posted on November 4, 2013 by Comments are off

Christmas Party Song Suggestions 2014 Another Badd Creation Mobile DJ 32656

Christmas Song Suggestions 2013

The Seasons are changing Summer and fall have come and gone, Christmas is coming, a Time for giving, for friends, family  gatherings, and Christmas parties. We have compiled a list of some  of our favorite Christmas songs.

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Christmas Song Suggestions 2013

  1. 2000 Miles    The Pretenders
  2. 25th of Last December    Roberta Flack
  3. 8 Days of Christmas Destiny’s Child
  4. A Baby Changes Everything” Faith Hill
  5. A Christmas Long Ago     The Echelons
  6. A Christmas Love    Johnny Kaye with the Morty Jay Orchestra
  7. A Christmas Song    Shawn Phillips
  8. A Christmas Wish    Bobby Goldsboro
  9. A Great Big Sled    The Killers
  10. A Holly Jolly Christmas    Burl Ives
  11. A Kiss for Christmas (O Tannenbaum)    Joe Dowell
  12. A New York Christmas    Rob Thomas
  13. A Not So Merry Christmas    Bobby Vee
  14. A’ Soalin'”    Peter, Paul & Mary
  15. A Visit From St. Nicholas (‘Twas The Night Before Christmas)    Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians
  16. Adeste Fideles (O Come, All Ye Faithful)” Associated Glee Clubs of America
  17. All Alone on Christmas” Darlene Love
  18. All I Really Want for Christmas    Steven Curtis Chapman
  19. All I Want for Christmas Is a Real Good Tan”    Kenny Chesney
  20. All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth” Spike Jones and his City Slickers
  21. All I Want for Christmas Is My Upper Plate    Homer and Jethro
  22. All I Want for Christmas Is You – Mariah Carey
  23. All I Want for Christmas Is You – Vince Vance & The Valiants
  24. All I Want for Christmas Is You”    Carla Thomas
  25. All My Love for Christmas”    Lonestar
  26. Amen” The Impressions
  27. An Old Christmas Card    Jim Reeves
  28. Angels Among Us”Alabama
  29. Angels We Have Heard on High” Sonicflood
  30. Another Lonely Christmas”    Prince and The Revolution
  31. Art Mooney and His Orchestra
  32. Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops
  33. Auld Lang Syne” Peerless Quartet
  34. Away in a Manger” Reba McEntire
  35. Babes in Toyland/March of the Toys” Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops
  36. Baby Jesus Is Born”    Garth Brooks
  37. Baby, It’s Cold Outside Lee Ann Womack
  38. Baby, It’s Cold Outside” Dinah Shore and Buddy Clark
  39. Baby’s First Christmas – Connie Francis
  40. Back Door Santa    Clarence Carter
  41. Bad Santa Intro, Jim Jones featuring Sen and Shoota
  42. Barefoot Santa Claus”    Sonny James (The Southern Gentleman)
  43. Be There for Christmas, Ledisi
  44. Because It’s Christmas (For All The Children)”    Barry Manilow
  45. Believe    Josh Groban
  46. Belleau Wood    Garth Brooks
  47. Bells of St. Mary     Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans
  48. Better Days Goo Goo Dolls
  49. Bing Crosby with The Andrews Sisters
  50. Blue Christmas     Elvis Presley
  51. Blue Christmas Ernest Tubb
  52. Blue December    Hugo Winterhalter and his Orchestra
  53. Blue Lonely Winter    Jimmy Newman
  54. Blue Winter    Connie Francis
  55. Boogie Woogie Santa Claus    Mabel Scott
  56. Boot-off, Bootsy CollinsBreath of Heaven (Mary’s Song)    Amy Grant
  57. Breath of Heaven (Mary’s Song)    Amy Grant
  58. Call Me Claus    Garth Brooks
  59. Candy Cane Children The White Stripes
  60. Carol of the Bells – Destiny’s Child
  61. Carol of the Bells    John Tesh
  62. Carol of the Bells, Mary Mary
  63. Caroling, Caroling    Nat King Cole
  64. Celebrate Me Home    Kenny Loggins
  65. Cherry Cherry Christmas    Neil Diamond
  66. Child of God    Bobby Darin
  67. Children’s Christmas Song    The Supremes
  68. Chrissy, The Christmas Mouse     Debbie Reynolds & Donald O’Connor
  69. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) – Darlene Love
  70. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) – U2
  71. Christmas (Comes But Once a Year)    Amos Milburn
  72. Christmas Ain’t Christmas (Without the One You Love)    The O’Jays
  73. Christmas All Over Again Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
  74. Christmas Alphabet    The McGuire Sisters
  75. Christmas at Ground Zero    Weird Al Yankovic
  76. Christmas at K-Mart    Root Boy Slim
  77. Christmas at the Zoo    The Flaming Lips
  78. Christmas Auld Lang Syne – Bobby Darin
  79. Christmas Blues    Canned Heat
  80. Christmas Canon    Trans-Siberian Orchestra
  81. Christmas Can’t Be Far Away    Eddy Arnold and his Guitar
  82. Christmas Can’t Be Very Far Away    Amy Grant
  83. Christmas Carol    Skip Ewing
  84. Christmas Carols by the Old Corral    Tex Ritter
  85. Christmas Celebration    B. B. King
  86. Christmas Cookies  Oak Ridge Boys
  87. Christmas Cookies    George Strait
  88. Christmas Day    Eddie Fisher
  89. Christmas Dinner    Tennessee Ernie Ford
  90. Christmas Dragnet (Parts I & II)    Stan Freberg with Daws Butler
  91. Christmas Dream Perry Como
  92. Christmas Eve in My Hometown    Bobby Vinton
  93. Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24
  94. Christmas for Cowboys    John Denver
  95. Christmas in America    Pat Benatar
  96. Christmas in Dixie Alabama
  97. Christmas in Harlem, Kanye West featuring Big Sean, Pusha T
  98. Christmas In Hollis – Run DMC
  99. Christmas in Killarney    Dennis Day
  100. Christmas in My Hometown     Charley Pride
  101. Christmas in My Hometown     Sonny James
  102. Christmas in New Orleans    Louis Armstrong with the Benny Carter Orchestra
  103. Christmas in the Caribbean    Jimmy Buffett
  104. Christmas Is (1)    Percy Faith
  105. Christmas Is (2)    Jim Brickman featuring Mark Masri
  106. Christmas Is for Children    Glen Campbell
  107. Christmas Is Just Around the Corner    Barry Manilow
  108. Christmas Is Now Drawing Near at Hand    Steve Winwood
  109. Christmas is the Time to Say ‘I Love You’ Billy Squier
  110. Christmas Island    The Andrews Sisters with Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians
  111. Christmas Lights Coldplay
  112. Christmas Lullaby    Cary Grant
  113. Christmas Medley    The Salsoul Orchestra
  114. Christmas Memories    Frank Sinatra
  115. Christmas Must Be Tonight    The Band
  116. Christmas Night in Harlem    Louis Armstrong with the Benny Carter Orchestra
  117. Christmas Party    Two Ton Baker the Merry Music Maker
  118. Christmas Rap, the Treacherous 3
  119. Christmas Rappin’    Kurtis Blow
  120. Christmas Serenade     Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge
  121. Christmas Shopping    Buck Owens and his Buckaroos
  122. Christmas Song    Dave Matthews Band
  123. Christmas Tears    Freddy King
  124. Christmas This Year    Mêlée
  125. Christmas Through Your Eyes    Gloria Estefan
  126. Christmas Time (Is Here Again) The Beatles
  127. Christmas Time Is Here   Vince Guaraldi Trio
  128. Christmas Time Is Here    Ray Parker, Jr.
  129. Christmas Time    Bryan Adams
  130. Christmas Time     Christina Aguilera
  131. Christmas Time     John Anderson
  132. Christmas Tonight    Dave Barnes with Hillary Scott
  133. Christmas Tree Lady Gaga featuring Space Cowboy
  134. Christmas Vacation    Mavis Staples
  135. Christmas Will Be Just Another Lonely Day    Brenda Lee
  136. Christmas Without You    Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton
  137. Christmas Wrapping – Spice Girls
  138. Christmas Wrapping The Waitresses
  139. C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S    Eddy Arnold, the Tennessee Plowboy and his Guitar
  140. Christmastime’ The Smashing Pumpkins
  141. Christmastime   Aimee Mann with Michael Penn
  142. Cold Chillin’ Christmas, the Juice Crew
  143. Cold December Night    Michael Bublé
  144. Colorado Christmas    Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
  145. Coming Home for Christmas    Jim Brickman
  146. Cool Yule Louis Armstrong with the Commanders
  147. Corn, Water and Wood Riders in the Sky
  148. Coventry Carol Robert Shaw
  149. Daddy’s Drinking Up Our Christmas    Commander Cody
  150. Dearest Santa    Bobby Vinton
  151. Deck da Club, the Ying Yang Twins
  152. Deck the Halls’ Twisted Sister
  153. Deck the Halls    Mannheim Steamroller
  154. Dig That Crazy Santa Claus    Oscar McLollie & His Honey Jumpers
  155. Ding Dong, Ding Dong    George Harrison
  156. Do They Know It’s Christmas – Band Aid
  157. Do You Hear What I Hear?    Bing Crosby
  158. Dominick the Donkey (The Italian Christmas Donkey) Lou Monte
  159. Dónde Está Santa Claus? (Where Is Santa Claus?) Augie Rios
  160. Don’t Save It All for Christmas Day Celine Dion
  161. Don’t Shoot Me Santa The Killers
  162. Don’t Wait ‘Till the Night Before Christmas    Eddy Duchin and his Orchestra
  163. Dreams of Fireflies (On a Christmas Night)    Trans-Siberian Orchestra
  164. Early Christmas Morning    Cyndi Lauper
  165. Eartha Kitt with Henri Rene & His Orchestra
  166. Easier Said Than Done    Jon Anderson
  167. Elf’s Lament   Barenaked Ladies featuring Michael Bublé
  168. Even Santa Claus Gets the Blues    Marty Stuart
  169. Every Year, Every Christmas    Luther Vandross
  170. Everybody’s Waitin’ For the Man with the Bag    Kay Starr
  171. Everyday Will Be Like a Holiday    William Bell
  172. Everything’s Gonna Be Cool This Christmas    Eels
  173. Fa La La    Jim Brickman featuring Olivia Jade Archbold
  174. Fairytale of New York – The Pogues and Kirsty MacColl
  175. Fall La La in Love    David Martin
  176. Far Away on Christmas Day    Bradley Joseph
  177. Father Christmas The Kinks
  178. Feliz Navidad – José Feliciano
  179. Footprints in the Snow    Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys
  180. Frosty the Snowman     The Ronettes
  181. Frosty the Snowman Gene Autry and the Cass County Boys
  182. Gabriel’s Message    Sting
  183. Gee Whiz, It’s Christmas    Carla Thomas
  184. Give Love on Christmas Day – The Jackson Five
  185. Go Tell It on the Mountain    Garth Brooks
  186. Goin’ Home (Sing a Song of Christmas Cheer)    Bobby Sherman
  187. Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer    Elmo & Patsy
  188. Greatest Time of Year Aly & AJ
  189. Green Chri$tma$    Stan Freberg
  190. Grown-Up Christmas List David Foster featuring Natalie Cole
  191. Hangin’ Round The Mistletoe    Brooks & Dunn
  192. Happy Birthday, Jesus    Patti Page
  193. Happy Christmas (War is Over) – John Lennon and Yoko Ono
  194. Happy Holiday    Bing Crosby
  195. Happy Holiday,’ Enuff Z’Nuff
  196. Happy Holidays – Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme
  197. Happy New Year  ABBA
  198. Happy New Year     Judy Garland
  199. Happy Xmas (War Is Over) John and Yoko and The Plastic Ono Band with the Harlem Community Choir
  200. Happy X-Mas (War Is Over)’ Shinedown
  201. Hard Candy Christmas    Dolly Parton
  202. Hark the Herald Angels Sing, Mary Mary
  203. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing    Carrie Underwood
  204. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas – Frank Sinatra
  205. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas – Judy Garland
  206. Here Comes Santa Claus – Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans
  207. Here Comes Santa Claus – Gene Autry
  208. Here Comes Santa Claus     Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans
  209. Here We Come A-Caroling    Mormon Tabernacle Choir
  210. Here’s Your Sign Christmas    Bill Engvall
  211. Hey Santa!    Carnie and Wendy Wilson
  212. Holiday Hootenanny    Paul & Paula
  213. Holiday in Cambodia Richard Cheese
  214. Holly Jolly Christmas – Burl Ives
  215. Home for Christmas    Daryl Hall & John Oates
  216. Home For The Holidays – Perry Como
  217. Honky Tonk Christmas    Alan Jackson
  218. Hooray for Santa Claus    Al Hirt
  219. How Lovely Is Christmas    Bing Crosby
  220. Hurry Home for Christmas    Robert Goulet
  221. I Believe in Father Christmas     Greg Lake
  222. I Believe in Father Christmas Greg Lake
  223. I Don’t Intend to Spend Christmas Without You    Margo Guryan
  224. I Don’t Wanna Spend One More Christmas Without You    ‘N Sync
  225. I Farted on Santa’s Lap (Now Christmas Is Gonna Stink for Me)    The Little Stinkers
  226. I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day Bing Crosby
  227. I Like a Sleighride (Jingle Bells)    Peggy Lee
  228. I Only Want You for Christmas    Alan Jackson
  229. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus – The Ronettes
  230. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus     Jimmy Boyd
  231. I Saw Three Ships Sting
  232. I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas Gayla Peevey
  233. I Want Eddie Fisher for Christmas    Betty Johnson (1954)
  234. I Wish Everyday Could Be Like Christmas    Jon Bon Jovi
  235. I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday Wilson Phillips
  236. I Yust Go Nuts at Christmas    Yogi Yorgesson with the Johnny Duffy Trio
  237. If Every Day Was Like Christmas    Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires and the Imperials Quartet
  238. If It Doesn’t Snow on Christmas – Gene Autry
  239. If We Make It Through December    Merle Haggard
  240. I’ll Be Home for Christmas Bing Crosby
  241. I’ll Be Home for Christmas Joe Nichols
  242. I’ll Make Every Day Christmas (for My Woman)    Joe Tex
  243. I’m Gonna Lasso Santa Claus    Brenda Lee
  244. Is This the Way to Santa’s Grotto    Santa
  245. It Came Upon a Midnight Clear Daryl Hall & John Oates
  246. It Doesn’t Have to Be That Way    Jim Croce
  247. It May Be Winter Outside (But in My Heart It’s Spring)    Felice Taylor
  248. It Must Have Been the Mistletoe    Barbara Mandrell
  249. It Won’t Be Christmas Without You    Brooks & Dunn
  250. It Wouldn’t Be Christmas (Without You)    John Tesh
  251. It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas    Perry Como and The Fontane Sisters with Mitchell Ayres & His Orchestra
  252. It’s Christmas (All Over The World) Sheena Easton
  253. It’s Christmas Everywhere     Paul Anka
  254. It’s Christmas Once Again     Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers
  255. It’s Christmas Time All Over the World    Sammy Davis, Jr.
  256. It’s Christmas    Ronnie Milsap
  257. It’s Gonna Be A) Lonely Christmas  The Orioles
  258. It’s Just Another New Year’s Eve Barry Manilow
  259. It’s So Close to Christmas (And I’m So Far From Home)    Bellamy Brothers
  260. It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year Andy Williams
  261. Itz the Holidaze    Westside Connection
  262. I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm Les Brown & His Orchestra
  263. Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring    Josh Groban
  264. Jingle Bell Rock – Billy Idol
  265. Jingle Bell Rock – Chubby Checker & Bobby Rydell
  266. Jingle Bell Rock     Bobby Helms
  267. Jingle Bells – Singing Dogs
  268. Jingle Bells (Instrumental) – Booker T and The MG’s
  269. Jingle Bells    Benny Goodman and his Orchestra
  270. Jingle Bellz, Juelz Santana and Starr
  271. Jingo Jango    Bert Kaempfert and his Orchestra
  272. Joy to the World
  273. Joy to the World Mannheim Steamroller
  274. Joy to the World Patty Loveless and Jon Randall
  275. Kissin’ By The Mistletoe – Aretha Franklin
  276. Last Christmas – George Michael & Wham
  277. Leroy the Redneck Reindeer    Joe Diffie
  278. Let It Be Christmas    Alan Jackson
  279. Let It Snow    Boyz II Men
  280. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!    Vaughn Monroe
  281. Let It Snow, Boyz II Men feat. Brian McKnight
  282. Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow     Dean Martin
  283. Let the Season Take Wing Amy Grant
  284. Let’s Light the Christmas Tree    Ruby Wright
  285. Let’s Make A Baby King    Wynonna Judd
  286. Let’s Make Christmas Mean Something This Year    James Brown
  287. Let’s Make Christmas Merry, Baby    Amos Milburn and his Aladdin Chicken-Shackers
  288. Let’s Start The New Year Right    Bing Crosby
  289. Light of the Stable Emmylou Harris
  290. Li’l Elfy    Ray Bolger
  291. Little Altar Boy    Vic Dana
  292. Little Becky’s Christmas Wish    Becky Lamb
  293. Little Drummer Boy     Harry Simeone Chorale
  294. Little Drummer Boy,’ August Burns Red
  295. Little Saint Nick    The Beach Boys
  296. Little Sandy Sleighfoot    Jimmy Dean
  297. Lonesome Christmas    Lowell Fulson
  298. Love on Layaway    Gloria Estefan
  299. Ludacrismas, Ludacris
  300. Mannheim Steamroller    Mannheim Steamroller
  301. Marshmallow World – Darlene Love
  302. Marshmallow World – Dean Martin
  303. Marshmallow World Bing Crosby
  304. Mary, Did You Know Kenny Rogers with Wynonna
  305. Mary’s Boy Child    Harry Belafonte
  306. May Christmas Bring You Happiness    Luther
  307. May You Always     Harry Harrison
  308. Mele Kalikimaka Bing Crosby with The Andrews Sisters
  309. Merry Christmas (I Don’t Want to Fight Tonight)    The Ramones
  310. Merry Christmas All     Denise Montana
  311. Merry Christmas Baby – Otis Redding
  312. Merry Christmas Darling     The Carpenters
  313. Merry Christmas from the Family Robert Earl Keen
  314. Merry Christmas Santa Claus (You’re a Lovely Guy)    Max Headroom
  315. Merry Christmas Strait to You    George Strait
  316. Merry Christmas    Judy Garland
  317. Merry Christmas, Baby    Johnny Moore’s Three Blazers
  318. Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays ‘N Sync
  319. Merry Merry Christmas Baby    Dodie Stevens
  320. Merry Merry Merry Frickin’ Christmas    Frickin’ A
  321. Merry Twistmas    The Marcels
  322. Merry, Merry Christmas Baby – Margo Sylvia & The Tuneweavers
  323. Mistletoe and Holly – Frank Sinatra
  324. Mistletoe Colbie Caillat
  325. Mistletoe   Justin Bieber
  326. Mistress for Christmas,’ AC/DC
  327. Mitch Miller and the Gang
  328. Money in a Card (On This Christmas Day)    Camp Jam Allstars
  329. Monsters’ Holiday     Bobby ‘Boris’ Pickett
  330. Monsters’ Holiday    Bobby (Boris) Pickett and the Crypt-Kickers
  331. Must Be Santa Lorne Greene with the Jimmy Joyce Children’s Choir
  332. My Boyfriend’s Coming Home For Christmas    Toni Wine
  333. My Christmas Card to You    The Partridge Family
  334. My December’ Linkin Park
  335. My Favorite Things Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass
  336. My Mom and Santa Claus    George Jones
  337. My Only Wish (This Year)    Britney Spears
  338. Natividad (Nativity)    Harvie June Van
  339. New Kids on the Block
  340. No Presents for Christmas’ King Diamond
  341. Nuttin’ for Christmas     Barry Gordon
  342. Nuttin’ for Christmas Art Mooney and His Orchestra Vocal by Barry Gordon
  343. O Bambino (One Cold and Blessed Winter)    Harry Simeone Chorale
  344. O Come All Ye Faithful Twisted Sister
  345. O Come All Ye Faithful, Faith Evans
  346. O Come, All Ye Faithfull Adeste Associated Glee Clubs of America Fideles
  347. O Holy Night – Celine Dion
  348. O Holy Night John Berry
  349. O Tannenbaum    Vince Guaraldi Trio
  350. Oh Come All Ye Faithful,’ Twisted Sister
  351. Oh Holy Night Martina McBride
  352. O Holy Night’ Rob Halford
  353. Oh Santa!    Mariah Carey
  354. Oi to the World    The Vandals
  355. Oíche Chiún (Silent Night) Enya
  356. Old Time Christmas    George Strait
  357. Old Toy Trains    Roger Miller
  358. One Wish (for Christmas)    Whitney Houston
  359. Our Winter Love    Bill Pursell
  360. Paper Angels Jimmy Wayne
  361. Parade of The Wooden Soldiers     The Crystals
  362. Parade of the Wooden Soldiers Vincent Lopez Orchestra
  363. Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy     David Bowie and Bing Crosby
  364. Perry Como and The Fontane Sisters with Mitchell Ayres & His Orchestra
  365. Please Come Home For Christmas – Charles Brown
  366. Please Come Home For Christmas – The Eagles
  367. Please Uncle Sam (Send Back My Man)    The Charmels
  368. Please, Daddy (Don’t Get Drunk This Christmas)    John Denver
  369. Po’ Folks’ Christmas    Bill Anderson and The Po’ Boys
  370. Presents for Christmas    Solomon Burke
  371. Pretty Paper    Roy Orbison
  372. Put a Little Holiday in Your Heart    LeAnn Rimes
  373. Put Christ Back Into Christmas    Red Foley with The Anita Kerr Singers
  374. Red Water (Christmas Mourning)    Type O Negative
  375. Redneck 12 Days of Christmas    Jeff Foxworthy
  376. Reindeer Boogie    Trisha Yearwood
  377. Remember Bethlehem    Dee Mullins
  378. Ring Out, Solstice Bells    Jethro Tull
  379. River Barry Manilow
  380. Rock and Roll Christmas    George Thorogood & the Destroyers
  381. Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree – Brenda Lee
  382. Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree – Dion
  383. Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree,’ Firehouse
  384. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer’ Dez Fafara
  385. Rudolph, The Red Nosed Reindeer – The Melodeers
  386. Rudolph, The Red Nosed Reindeer     Gene Autry
  387. Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer – NSYNC
  388. Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer Gene Autry & the Pinafores
  389. Run Rudolph Run     Chuck Berry
  390. Run Rudolph Run’ Lemmy Kilmister
  391. Run Rudolph Run   huck Berry/Brian Setzer
  392. Rusty Chevrolet    Da Yoopers
  393. Same Old Lang Syne    Dan Fogelberg
  394. Santa Baby – Eartha Kitt
  395. Santa Baby Eartha Kitt with Henri Rene & His Orchestra
  396. Santa Bring My Baby Back (To Me)    Elvis Presley
  397. Santa Claus and His Old Lady    Cheech & Chong
  398. Santa Claus Go Straight to the Ghetto    James Brown
  399. Santa Claus Goes Straight to the Ghetto, Snoop Dogg
  400. Santa Claus Got Stuck in My Chimney    Ella Fitzgerald
  401. Santa Claus Is Back in Town    Elvis Presley
  402. Santa Claus Is Comin’ (In a Boogie Woogie Choo Choo Train)    The Tractors
  403. Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town George Hall and the Hotel Taft Orchestra
  404. Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town, The Jackson 5
  405. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town – Bruce Springsteen & Bon Jovi
  406. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town – Four Seasons
  407. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town – Frank Sinatra & Cyndi Lauper
  408. Santa Claus is Coming To Town – The Crystals
  409. Santa Claus Is Definitely Here to Stay    James Brown
  410. Santa Claus Is Thumbing to Town    Relient K
  411. Santa Claus Is Watching You    Ray Stevens
  412. Santa Claus Lane    Hilary Duff
  413. Santa Claws Is Coming to Town’ Alice Cooper
  414. Santa Looked a Lot Like Daddy Brad Paisley
  415. Santa Looked a Lot Like Daddy    Buck Owens
  416. Santa’s a Fat Bitch    Insane Clown Posse
  417. Santa’s Gonna Come in a Pickup Truck    Redneck Carollers
  418. Savatage    Trans-Siberian Orchestra
  419. Save the Best for Last (Christmas version) Vanessa L. Williams
  420. Sending You a Little Christmas    Jim Brickman
  421. Shake Hands with Santa Claus    Louis Prima & His Orchestra
  422. Shake Up Christmas    Train
  423. Silent Night     The Temptations
  424. Silent Night Faith Hill
  425. Silent Night, Mariah Carey
  426. Silver And Gold    Burl Ives
  427. Silver Bells – Johnny Mathis
  428. Silver Bells    Bing Crosby & Carole Richards
  429. Sleep in Heavenly Peace Silent Night – Barbra Streisand
  430. Sleigh Ride – (Instrumental)     Arthur Fiedler & The Boston Pops
  431. Sleigh Ride     The Ronettes
  432. Sleigh Ride     The Ventures
  433. Sleigh Ride Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops
  434. Slipping Into Christmas    Leon Russell
  435. Snoopy’s Christmas The Royal Guardsmen
  436. Snowfall    Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra
  437. Snowflakes of Love Toni Braxton
  438. Someday at Christmas    Stevie Wonder
  439. Someone Is Missing At Christmas    Anne Cochran
  440. Song for a Winter’s Night    Sarah McLachlan
  441. Spread a Little Love on Christmas Day    Destiny’s Child
  442. Step Into Christmas Elton John
  443. Suzy Snowflake    Rosemary Clooney
  444. Sweet Little Baby Boy James Brown
  445. Take Me Back to Toyland    Nat King Cole
  446. Tell Her It’s Snowing    Tony Bennett
  447. Tennessee Christmas    Amy Grant
  448. Thank God for Kids Oak Ridge Boys
  449. Thank God It’s Christmas Queen
  450. That Holiday Feeling    Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme
  451. That’s What I Want For Christmas    Nancy Wilson
  452. The Angels Cried Alan Jackson & Alison Krauss
  453. The Bell That Couldn’t Jingle    Bobby Vinton
  454. The Bells of St. Mary’s    Bing Crosby
  455. The Blessings    Alabama
  456. The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late)    The Chipmunks
  457. The Christmas Blues    Dean Martin
  458. The Christmas Guest Johnny Cash
  459. The Christmas Shoes NewSong
  460. The Christmas Song – Nat King Cole
  461. The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas to You) The King Cole Trio
  462. The Christmas Song    Angel
  463. The Christmas Song, Brian McKnight
  464. The Christmas Song, David Banner
  465. The Christmas Waltz     Frank Sinatra
  466. The Christmas Waltz    Harry Connick, Jr.
  467. The First Christmas    Danny Thomas
  468. The First Noel Clay Aiken
  469. The Gift of Giving    Bill Withers
  470. The Greatest Gift of All    Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton
  471. The Happy Elf    Harry Connick, Jr.
  472. The Heart of Christmas    Matthew West
  473. The Kid in Me    Craig Morgan
  474. The Kid    Clint Black
  475. The Little Boy that Santa Claus Forgot    Vera Lynn
  476. The Little Drummer Boy (Carol of the Drum) Harry Simeone Chorale
  477. The Man with All the Toys    The Beach Boys
  478. The Marvelous Toy    Chad Mitchell Trio
  479. The Mistletoe and Me    Isaac Hayes
  480. The Most Wonderful Time of The Year     Andy Williams
  481. The Night Before Christmas Song    Rosemary Clooney & Gene Autry
  482. The Night Before Christmas     Carly Simon
  483. The Night Before Christmas     Milton Cross
  484. The Night Santa Went Crazy Weird Al Yankovic
  485. The Nutcracker Suite    Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops
  486. The Old Man’s Back in Town    Garth Brooks
  487. The Real Meaning of Christmas    Ray Conniff and The Singers
  488. The Santa Claus Boogie  The Tractors
  489. The Secret of Christmas    Bing Crosby
  490. The Sound of Christmas    The Ramsey Lewis Trio
  491. The Twelve Days of Christmas – Ray Conniff Singers
  492. The Twelve Days of Christmas Mitch Miller and the Gang
  493. The Twelve Gifts of Christmas    Allan Sherman
  494. The White World of Winter    Bing Crosby
  495. There Is No Christmas Like a Home Christmas    Perry Como
  496. There Won’t Be Any Snow (Christmas in the Jungle)    Derrik Roberts
  497. There’s No Place Like Home for the Holidays Perry Como
  498. Thirty-Two Feet – Eight Little Tails    Gene Autry
  499. This Christmas  Donny Hathaway
  500. This Christmas,  Day26
  501. This Gift  98°
  502. This Is Your Gift    John Tesh
  503. This One’s for the Children  New Kids on the Block
  504. This Time of the Year    Brook Benton
  505. Til’ Santa’s Gone (Milk and Cookies)    Clint Black
  506. Toyland    Doris Day
  507. Trains and Winter Rains    Enya
  508. TThe Gift    Jim Brickman
  509. Twas the Night After Christmas    Jeff Foxworthy
  510. Twas The Night Before Christmas     Fred Waring & The Pennsylvanians
  511. Twas the Night Before Christmas    Arthur Godfrey
  512. Twinkle Twinkle Little Me    The Supremes
  513. Twistin’ Bells    Santo & Johnny
  514. Underneath the Mistletoe    Blondfire
  515. Up on the House Top Kimberley Locke
  516. Warm & Fuzzy    Billy Gilman
  517. We Need a Little Christmas    Angela Lansbury and Cast
  518. We Three Kings (Star of Wonder)    BlackHawk
  519. We Wish You a Merry Christmas Kenny G
  520. We Wish You The Merriest     Bing Crosby & Frank Sinatra
  521. Welcome Christmas    The Who Village Choir
  522. What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?    The Orioles
  523. What Can You Get a Wookiee for Christmas (When He Already Owns a Comb?)    The Star Wars Intergalactic Droid Choir & Chorale
  524. What Child Is This?    Mark Chesnutt
  525. What Child Is This?,’ Halford
  526. What Christmas Means to Me  Stevie Wonder
  527. What Will Santa Claus Say (When He Finds Everybody Swingin’?)    Louis Prima and his New Orleans Gang
  528. What Will the New Year Bring?    Donna Fargo
  529. Whatever Happened to Christmas?    Frank Sinatra
  530. When a Child Is Born    Michael Holm
  531. When Winter Comes    Artie Shaw & his Orchestra
  532. Where Are You Christmas?    Faith Hill
  533. White Christmas – Bing Crosby
  534. White Christmas – Darlene Love
  535. White Christmas – The Drifters
  536. White Christmas Bing Crosby
  537. White Christmas, Babyface
  538. White Christmas’ Guns N’ Roses
  539. White Is in the Winter Night Enya
  540. Who Took the Merry Out of Christmas    The Staple Singers
  541. Why Couldn’t It Be Christmas Every Day? Bianca Ryan
  542. Will Santy Come to Shanty Town    Eddy Arnold, the Tennessee Plowboy and his Guitar
  543. Winter Melody Donna Summer
  544. Winter Weather    Benny Goodman
  545. Winter Wonderland – Aretha Franklin
  546. Winter Wonderland     Darlene Love
  547. Winter Wonderland Brooks & Dunn
  548. Winter Wonderland    Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians
  549. Winter    Spike Jones and his City Slickers
  550. Wistful Willie    Jimmie Rodgers
  551. Wizards in Winter    Trans-Siberian Orchestra
  552. Wonderful Christmas time     Paul McCartney
  553. Working Elf Blues    Daron Norwood
  554. Yes, Patricia, There Is a Santa Claus    Jimmy Dean
  555. Yingle Bells    Yogi Yorgesson
  556. You Make It Feel Like Christmas    Neil Diamond
  557. You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch    Thurl Ravenscroft
  558. You’re All I Want For Christmas     Brook Benton
  559. You’re All I Want for Christmas   Frankie Laine
  560. You’re My Christmas Present     Jimmy Beaumont & The Skyliners
  561. ‘Zat You, Santa Claus?     Garth Brooks

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