I'd like to present to you the 5th and final installment in the Do You Hear What I Hear? Christmas mixtape series! This year's show is fairly similiar to previous years: a dizzying mix of lounge instrumentals, chipmunk knockoffs, wacky children's music, countrypolitan, doo-wop, and various other oddities. Music and clips are pulled from various sources including VHS, DVD, cassette tapes, scratchy 45's, and of course, the internet. And if an hour of vintage holiday music isn't enough to whet your appetite, try one of Discover a World of Sound's previous Christmas shows!
Crowds and stress of the holiday season got you down? Bored with the same ho-ho-hum Christmas mixes? Are guests leaving your Christmas parties too early because you botched the soundtrack? Drowsy yuletide tunes at Macy’s have you falling into a coma? Well now you can kiss your holiday music headaches goodbye with Discover a World of Sound’s Do You Hear What I Hear?
Here at Discover a World of Sounds, we remove the 'blah humbug' from holiday music. Taking the ‘Christ’ out of Christmas, we hand it over to the mythical jolly fat man himself; Santa Claus. We know that Ella Fitzgerald and Eartha Kitt aren’t the end of the line when it comes to ‘Cool Yule’. We dig deep into the vaults for the finest in rare Christmas gems, blending only the best and most inventive Lounge instrumentals with Girl Group songs, Children’s music, Classic Country, Disco, and Doo-wop. 20 unforgettable, classic tunes! No filler!
Buckle yourself down into the sleigh and whip out the eggnog…
It seems like at the beginning of the Christmas season each year more and more people are complaining, “Christmas just keeps creeping up earlier and earlier every year”. Of course they mean ‘creeping up’ in reference to a corporate push to drive consumers into stores all the sooner. I wondered if this was really true so I got an expert opinion on the matter from my grandmother. Apparently everything is just fine. She claims that the infiltration of Christmas is false and that people have been barking about it since Christmas’ conception.