It’s Back! Our Annual Christmas Music Extravaganza!

Every year we have done what we call our “Christmas Music Extravaganza.” We like to highlight all sorts of Christmas music across all different types of styles. Some new. Some old. Some “classics.” Some that make us think “what the heck?” Some serious. Some that make us laugh.

If you have a favorite that we should feature, please let us know by contacting us or leaving a comment.

The only rule to submissions is that it cannot be Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” (We have to have some standards, you know.)

Our first post features “I Believe in Father Christmas” by Greg Lake of “Emerson, Lake and Palmer.”

Lake passed away in 2016 from cancer and somehow the world is a little diminished by his passing. Still, his music lives on to inspire new generation who, like us, marvel at his talent.

There is another live version of the song and it is just as good and shows the musical proficiency of the people involved.

Greg Lake performs his 1975 classic “I Believe in Father Christmas” filmed live at St. Bride’s Church, Fleet Street, in the City of London with Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson on flute, David Arch on keyboards, Florian Opahle on acoustic guitar and the church choir.


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