Nothing says “Christmas” quite like the promise of something spectacular and festive from Tommy Tune. How Bing Crosby ever took the title from him is beyond me. Here we’ve got New York At Christmas to prove that point.
Speaking of Der Bingle, here’s another classic: Mele Kalikimaka
Because you may have been overwhelmed with the spirit of sweaters by Tommy Tune, or overdosed on poi, I’m going to throw in something much more to my tastes. Black Umfolosi Christmas Tune
Heading back to the land of sweaters and strange behavior, I’d like to present Christmas at Ground Zero, another Christmas standard by Wierd Al Yankovic
In the Americas, we’d like to think we have a handle on our musical heritage. Only my friend Robson will fully appreciate the Brazilian Christmas Carol I have for you in this link.
Today’s last entry also comes from this hemisphere. I love Haiti, and have had the honor of being serenaded by small children singing in Creole. There is a huge plus to being Papa Noel in Port Au Prince. Without further ado, I give you Miu Haiti Haiti Joyeux Noel.
Wait – I may have lied… I did. One more for today. Silent Night in Portuguese. Because.