Holiday Music Recommendations

If you’re out at the First Friday art walk in downtown Phoenix with us at the time this is posted, there’s a good chance you’re hearing some of the fun holiday music we’re playing, so in case some of you go home and check the web site out I thought you might like to know what the music is.

Most of our holiday music comes from A Very Scary Solstice and An Even Scarier Solstice, both by The H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society. You can listen to It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Fish-Men, which is one of my favorite tracks, as well as some others on their web site. If you like what you hear, please buy it and maybe they’ll make another album for us!

You may also have heard selections from Mr. Hankey’s Christmas Classics, a fun little album of music sung by South Park characters. It is a bit more adult oriented, but it contains some very funny songs.

I’m sure there are many others out there as well, so if you’re tired of the limited selection of standard Christmas tunes you hear on the radio but you’re not a big fan of ours, there’s still hope for you.

Now that you know you don’t have to be stuck listening to an endless loop of Jingle Bells and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer every December for the rest of your life, you can start searching for things you like and you’re sure to find something fun!

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About Kazz

My name is Shawn Esplin and I am an advocate of Free Thought and general good sense and thought in general. To that end, I encourage people to seriously question the things that they have been taught, especially as children, because many of these things - religious and secular - are taken on faith until we actively choose to seriously examine them for ourselves.

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