Eclectica's New Holiday Groove

Happy Holidays!

T'is the season to gather together and celebrate the magic of the winter season, the love of family and friends, and the warmth that we have in our lives, each and every day. ^_^  And what better way to do just that- than to dance!  So get the ones you hold near close, turn up your speakers, and let's have a party!

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Band Names = Links to each band's official web site, where available).
Song Names = Links to where you can BUY each musician's work- LEGALLY.  :D

Background music - Kitka - "Shchedrik" & "Zamuchi Se Bozha Majka"
  1. Brothers of the Baladi - Deck the Halls
  2. Naser Musa - Joy to the World
  3. The Klezmonauts - Good King Wenceslas
  4. Musica Vagantium - Gaudete 
  5. Tony Anderson - O Come O Come Emmanuel ft. Aubrey Punty
  6. B4SSfreq - Carol of the Bells
  7. Balkan Balagan - Vehaere Enenou
  8. Karl Hitzemann - Sing a Song for Hanukkah
  9. Diwon - Sivivon (The Dreidel Song)
  10. Heather Dale - Huron Carol
  11. Naser Musa - The Little Drummer Boy
  12. Kitka - Tsarsko Momche Kon Sedlae 
  13. Brothers of the Baladi - Silent Night

Featuring Christmas themes, Hanukkah-inspirations, non-denominational pieces and music from around the world, this show is meant to augment your holiday celebrations, however you choose to observe them- no matter what tradition or faith you practice. ^_^  Whether you're into up-tempo pieces, chill, reverent music, more traditional Middle Eastern vibes, or harder-driving, modern tunes with a Western feel, it's my hope that this episode will have something for -everyone. ^_^

Featuring music by Naser Musa, Brothers of the Baladi, The Klezmonauts, Heather Dale and more, I pray this music adds to your holiday in all the best ways, moves you in body and in spirit, and adds new music to your repertoire and audio collection for many seasons to come. :):)

Happy Holidays, and Happy Dancing to All!
-DJ Selchie

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