A Six Pack of Free Xmas MP3s!

2007-12-21 11:02
Free Xmas MP3s
James Stewart
Pump up the volume, turn the lights down low and swing around the Christmas tree with your sweetie. South Africa’s very own Elton John in-the-making James Stewart may have been joking when he wrote this jam, but the piano riffs in this tune are festive enough to put even the most jaded Xmas Scrooge in a jovial mood.
Listen: Boogie Woogie Christmas

Jak de Priester
 Prolific Afrikaans musician's thoughts turn to what Xmas in the Mother City is all about on this homesick cabaret pop ditty off Brooklyn Poet.
Listen: Kersfees in Kaapstad

After an alternative Xmas? Tune into this seasonal, but not very sensitive look, at the upcoming festivities off this female folkie's controversial album, "Zux". Hey, we all need a sense of humour in the silly season!
Listen: White Christmas

Rob Hack
Beautifully rendered by an acoustic guitar and cello the Christmas carol, “O Come All Ye Faithful” is a soothing sure-fire way to kick start your Christmas Day festivities. This song was taken off the classic album Christmas Carols: Guitar and Cello.
Listen: O Come All Ye Faithful

Various Artists
Okay, so it isn’t as Africanized as the title suggests, but at least it’s a vibe-y mash-up of Xmas classics. You and your family will soon be jamming to the up-beat “Santa Clause is Coming To Town” and what would Christmas be without the good old sing-along “We wish you a Merry Christmas”?
Listen: An African Christmas Medley

Here's a lovely track from this Gauteng acoustic folk group guaranteed to get you into the groove on Xmas Day. It’s a gentle reminder that there is still a message amongst all the consumer Christmas madness.
Listen: Geseënde Kersfees

Rupert Mellor
Santa’s got the blues because Christmas is around the corner and nothing’s going his way: interest rates are high and the shares are down, and as if that’s not enough the elves are on strike for a higher pay! Tune into this humorous ode to Father C. from the Mother City’s cult pop hero.
Listen: Santa's Got The Blues and Rock and Roll Christmas Blues 

Indie pop poster boys shares their Ubuntu Xmas message on this heartfelt new collaboration with Cape Town based Ghetto Vibrations, United Khayelitsha Mambaso and the Thokozani brothers.
Download: "Love Your Neighbour" Here

Got the holiday blues? Tune into our free MP3 starter pack to make sure your Christmas Day soundtrack doesn't turn into a turkey.

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