7.0

Pia Raug & Steve Dobrogosz – Ind Under Jul

Pia Raug is a sensitive, warm Danish folk singer-songwriter, rooted in a thoroughly american-inspired 1970s tradition that approaches blues, country and pop with as much reverence

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8.0

Madeline MacNeil – The Holly and the Ivy: Christmas Music for Hammered Dulcimer and Voice

As someone partly brought up in Hungarian culture and near the pulsating history of its folk music, the hammered dulcimer is close to my musical heart.

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8.0

Noelani and the Leo Nahenahe Singers – Hawaiian Christmas

There’s probably no genre of Christmas music copied as widely, among people with no connection to it, as Hawaiian music. Or, well, genre is not really the right word.

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6.0

The Merrymen – Merry Christmas with the Merrymen

One thing you’re often told about Christmas music is just how fake it is. How commercial. How plastic.

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8.0

Chet Atkins – Christmas with Chet Atkins

As long as there have been Christmas records, there have been solo instrumental Christmas records.

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8.0

Reilly and Maloney – A Christmas Album

Folk revivals have happened with some regularity during the 20th century. It is a style which tends to come back into fashion a lot.

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7.0

Alan Mills – Christmas Songs From Many Lands

Alan Mills could elocute. He had a distinguished voice with authority. He was a classically trained operatic bass.

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9.0

Julie Andrews – The Secret of Christmas

The concept of the “overproduced” record is an interesting one.

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9.0

The Kingston Trio – Last Month of the Year

The Kingston Trio is, quite straightforwardly, the most important band in the history of music that people don’t normally know about.

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9.0

Louvin Brothers – Christmas With The Louvin Brothers

The album Christmas With The Louvin Brothers surely must have sounded incredibly old-fashioned in 1961.

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