Alan Esdaile… Still this one for me..
Peter Fairless… The Waitresses – Christmas Wrapping, Gabriella Cilmi – Warm This Winter, Chuck Berry – Run Rudolph Run, Wizzard – I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday and Cristina Monet – Things fall apart xmas christmas music.
Jim Breeds… River – Joni Mitchell.
Paul Morfey… We saw Cara Dillion do this at St Mary in the Castle on Saturday, brought tears to my eyes!!
Colin Fox… I Hate Christmas – Weekend Rockstars
Mark Gilham… Neighbourhood Tom Waits. Not an actual seasonal release but definitely my favourite Christmas record
Wendy Weaver… I wanna a Mistress for Christmas AC/DC
Joe Knight… Any by ‘SLADE and silver bells (Bing ).
Colin Norton… Jackson Browne – The Rebel Jesus
Paul Morfey…. How about Sparks on the “Kimono my house” album “Thank God its not Christmas”
Will Cornell… I’ll go one better Alan, the whole album of A Christmas Gift For You by Phil Spector.
Robert Searle… Greg Lake for me
Tony Davis… I always like The Pogues – Fairytale of New York and Greg Lake – I Believe in Father Christmas
Paul Morfey… O.k. its got to be ‘Another Christmas song’ Jethro Tull, not to be confused with’ Christmas song’ Jethro Tull. ( thats good too)
Barry Newton… Its Over by Roy Orbison, LOL
Liane Carroll… 6 ferrerro roche in one minute. Just before Queenie’s speech!!!!!!!
Roy Trunchion… Hells bells.
Clifford Rose… Christmas Day by Squeeze (1979)
Chris van Rock… Has to be the amazing Les Gray and Mud … he really wanted to be Elvis …. performed bravely even close to death … amazing man – Mud – lonely this Xmas
Andy Qunta… I Believe In Father Christmas – Greg Lake. (RIP)
Joe Knight… 1969 Slade 😊 so here it is Merry Christmas 🎶🎶🎶
Roy Trunchion… None, I hate them all. Same shit every year.
Colin Fox… Christmas Song Bah Humbug – Steve Foster.
Mick O’Dowd… Grandmas Got Run Over By A Reindeer by Elmo & Patsy on Stiff Records
Pete Fisher… Thrashing through The Snow – Megadeth
Dave Nattress… The one I never tire of hearing is Slade’s “Merry Christmas Everybody”, wonderful arrangement and guitar chords, but Tom Chaplin’s “Midnight Mass” is absolutely wonderful and then second to this is “We Remember You This Christmas”. I really hope both become Christmas standards. We need some quality new tracks to top up the old ones we’re getting a touch bored with!
Clifford Rose… Christmas Day by Squeeze
Tom Hodkin… Driving home for Christmas .. Chris Rea
Chris Van Rock…