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December 23, 2015

Christmas 2015 Playlist

The 12 Days of Christmas Music - 2015

Well, there you have it – the 2015 Edition of The 12 Days of Christmas Music.

As in years past, I’ve tried to offer you little forgotten gems of Christmas music that your local radio station or shopping mall somehow seemed to miss, all taken from my way too stupidly large collection of Christmas Music. I enjoy sharing them and the little stories behind them with you, as my present to you.

Here they are in an online playlist, or you can download the MP3’s to your local machine and enjoy them forever. Past years files are also available.

Merry Christmas everyone!

Miss a write-up?

Here they all are:

  1. The Voices – Santa Claus Baby
  2. Mighty Blue Kings – Ole Santa
  3. Peter Green And The Men In Blue – We Wish You A Merry Christmas
  4. Jack Guthrie – Footprints In The Snow
  5. Lead Belly – Christmas Is A-Coming
  6. Blues Magoos – Jingle Bells
  7. Fountains Of Wayne – The Man In The Santa Suit
  8. Sarah Brown – My Christmas Tree Is Hung with Tears
  9. Chris Isaak – Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
  10. R.E.M. – Jesus Christ
  11. Tommy Roe – It’s Now Winter’s Day
  12. Gene Autrey – Merry Texas Christmas You All

Got this far, and miss(ed) past years?

Due to an ID 10 T failure in the spring of 2015, the 2014 edition of The Twelve Days of Christmas Music was lost in a tragic accident. Forensic efforts continue, but at this time there remains faint hope of total recovery. Also lost were all of the daily write-ups from previous years, but the track list and art files were saved thanks to zip file backups.

Enjoy years 2013, 2012 and 2011 by clicking on the covers and downloading previous zip files.

The 12 Days of Christmas Music - 2013 Edition The Twelve Days of Christmas Music 2012 Edition The Twelve Days of Christmas Music

Posted by John

I am a 16 year veteran of Web Accessibility, living and working in Austin, Texas. Currently Principal Accessibility Strategist at Deque Systems Inc., I have previously held accessibility related positions at JPMorgan Chase and Stanford University. I am also actively involved with the W3C - the international internet standards body - where I attempt to stir the pot, fight hard for accessibility on the web, and am currently co-chairing a subcommittee on the accessibility of media elements in HTML5.

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