Today’s playlist

October 27, 2008 | My Jottings

Now that snow is in our forecast, it seems all the more imperative to have some carols playing in October.  Here’s what’s going through the house on the stereo/intercom system today:

Windham Hill’s Celtic Christmas – this one makes me wish I could spend all day with a book by a roaring blaze in our bedroom fireplace. 


A Charlie Brown Christmas will take you right back to your childhood, but aside from the familiar songs from the Peanuts cartoons, this is a mild, jazzy CD that I love to play each year.


Carpenters Christmas Portrait – “Merry Christmas Darling” is our favorite.


Happy Holidays by Jo Stafford is a wonderful old recording that reminds me of my mother, who loved and played this kind of music.


What’s on your playlist today, even if it’s not yet Christmas music?


  1. Carolyn says:

    I like the Nat King Cole Christmas album and the Cambridge Choir record, which is beautiful choral music. I also like Linda Eder’s ‘Christmas Stays the Same’.

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