Top Albums for This Christmas

If you are still faced with the dilemma of what to get your parents, brothers, sisters, grandparents, and best friends, here's a suggestion: why not give them the gift of good music?

For the boys

Great Crooners. For the dads - and granddads too - who tend to get nostalgic about the good old days, you can get them the Great Crooners album, which features Buddy Holly, Fred Astaire, Russ Colombo, Rudy Vallee, Gene Austin, Perry Como, and of course, Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby.

You may not know all or any of these singers, but your old man definitely does. You can't go wrong with an album such as this.

Ultimate Santana. For the dads who like to rock it out to great guitar solos, get the Ultimate Santana album. It has powerful musical instrumentals that will surely get your rocking dad's blood pumping.

Duets II. Another great Christmas gift idea would be Tony Bennett's Duets II CD. Released in 2011, Tony Bennett collaborates with many new artists such as Lady Gaga and the late Amy Winehouse to recreate old favourite songs with a twist.

Crazy Love. The ice-cool voice of Michael Bublé in his latest CD, Crazy Love, is quite likely to be a hit with your brothers (and yes, probably with your dad and the grandpas as well) as it is a fun mix of jaunty pop songs sung by the smoothest crooner of this generation.

For the girls

21. With a Grammy nomination under her belt and millions of fans applauding her emotion-packed song-writing style, Adele will give your mother a very merry Christmas with her newest album, 21. With the songs here composed after Adele separated from her still-unnamed partner, the tracks explore themes of heartbreak, anger, revenge, and forgiveness - things that every woman can deeply relate with.

Someone To Watch Over Me. Another great album for the mothers this Christmas would be Susan Boyle's Someone To Watch Over Me. Inspired by fans who sent her letters and told her stories, Susan Boyle's newest album is an ode to the heart and soul. Featured in the album are timelessly beautiful songs such as 'Unchained Melody', 'Both Sides Now', 'You Have To Be There', and of course, 'Someone To Watch Over Me'.

How Do You Do. This Christmas, why not introduce your sister to a new music crush? Mayer Hawthorne, a singer from Detroit, Michigan, suits up fresh and sings like a dream. His new album, How Do You Do, is a mix of sexy, smooth, and fun singing. Let your sister listen to 'No Strings', 'The Walk', and 'Finally Falling' to get her in high spirits.

Ceremonials. Another great album idea to get your beloved sibling would be Florence and the Machine's Ceremonials. Backed by Florence' wonderful vocal range, this album is full of passion, love, and a burning desire to move on.

If you want to get these CDs, you can easily find them online and have them shipped directly to your home or your intended recipients' home, providing you a hard copy along with the CD packaging. Alternatively, you can log on to the iTunes Store, where you can buy and download all the music files you want, for a very merry musical Christmas.

 

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If you are still faced with the dilemma of what to get your parents, brothers, sisters, grandparents, and best friends, here's a suggestion: why not give them the gift of good music?

For the boys

Great Crooners. For the dads - and granddads too - who tend to get nostalgic about the good old days, you can get them the Great Crooners album, which features Buddy Holly, Fred Astaire, Russ Colombo, Rudy Vallee, Gene Austin, Perry Como, and of course, Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby.

You may not know all or any of these singers, but your old man definitely does. You can't go wrong with an album such as this.

Ultimate Santana. For the dads who like to rock it out to great guitar solos, get the Ultimate Santana album. It has powerful musical instrumentals that will surely get your rocking dad's blood pumping.

Duets II. Another great Christmas gift idea would be Tony Bennett's Duets II CD. Released in 2011, Tony Bennett collaborates with many new artists such as Lady Gaga and the late Amy Winehouse to recreate old favourite songs with a twist.

Crazy Love. The ice-cool voice of Michael Bublé in his latest CD, Crazy Love, is quite likely to be a hit with your brothers (and yes, probably with your dad and the grandpas as well) as it is a fun mix of jaunty pop songs sung by the smoothest crooner of this generation.

For the girls

21. With a Grammy nomination under her belt and millions of fans applauding her emotion-packed song-writing style, Adele will give your mother a very merry Christmas with her newest album, 21. With the songs here composed after Adele separated from her still-unnamed partner, the tracks explore themes of heartbreak, anger, revenge, and forgiveness - things that every woman can deeply relate with.

Someone To Watch Over Me. Another great album for the mothers this Christmas would be Susan Boyle's Someone To Watch Over Me. Inspired by fans who sent her letters and told her stories, Susan Boyle's newest album is an ode to the heart and soul. Featured in the album are timelessly beautiful songs such as 'Unchained Melody', 'Both Sides Now', 'You Have To Be There', and of course, 'Someone To Watch Over Me'.

How Do You Do. This Christmas, why not introduce your sister to a new music crush? Mayer Hawthorne, a singer from Detroit, Michigan, suits up fresh and sings like a dream. His new album, How Do You Do, is a mix of sexy, smooth, and fun singing. Let your sister listen to 'No Strings', 'The Walk', and 'Finally Falling' to get her in high spirits.

Ceremonials. Another great album idea to get your beloved sibling would be Florence and the Machine's Ceremonials. Backed by Florence' wonderful vocal range, this album is full of passion, love, and a burning desire to move on.

If you want to get these CDs, you can easily find them online and have them shipped directly to your home or your intended recipients' home, providing you a hard copy along with the CD packaging. Alternatively, you can log on to the iTunes Store, where you can buy and download all the music files you want, for a very merry musical Christmas.

 

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