It’s that time of year. Christmastime. The Holidays. The most wonderful time of the year. Even during a global pandemic, we’re moving forward. And why not? 2020 might have been the worst year in recent history, at least for most Western nations, but we’ve got a lot of hope on the horizon. Vaccines are rolling out even as I type this!!! That’s the biggest Christmas gift the world has gotten in years! We’ve got some hard times ahead, sure. The economy is going to be sluggish for quite some time, and we’re facing a housing crisis. But right now, I feel like we’ve earned the right to celebrate Christmas (or whatever holiday makes you happy). This is why I’ve put together this playlist. AudioPerfecta’s Christmas Card 2020 is a little note from me to you. A reminder to rejoice!
This Christmas Card focuses on what I like to call the sacred and the beautiful. Most of these songs have religious undertones. The ones that don’t have a soft and subtle beauty to them. In other words, this is not a rock and roll playlist like a couple of weeks ago. In fact, it’s kind of the opposite. Christmas Card 2020 features artists such as Enya, Nat King Cole, The Carpenters, Amy Grant, Henry Mancini, Aretha Franklin, Kirk Franklin, Sufjan Stevens, Mannheim Steamroller, and more. It’s the perfect Christmas playlist to listen to while mellowing out at home, as you sip hot cocoa on a cold December night.
Merry Christmas everyone.
How about another Christmas Card 2020?
Fear not, we’re going to have a lot of fun next week. In fact, next week’s playlist is going to be a full-on Christmas partay! Yes, it’s going to be a get down and do the elf boogie type of playlist. It’s going to be a heck of a lot of fun! Think of it as a holiday office party, only without drinking too much in front of your coworkers and doing embarrassing things that will haunt you for the rest of your tenure. I’ve never done anything like that. No, never, but I digress.
There’s also another surprise coming your way the week of Christmas. I’ll be publishing an article comparing and contrasting a the genre experiments of a famous Christmas carol. It’s going to rock! And it’s going to, well, other genres. That made no sense, did it? My point being, it’s going to be fun regardless of the genre.
Merry Christmas and happy Holidays everyone. And rock on, rocksteady.