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The bells of production music for the holiday season.Christmas Production MusicThe bells of Christmas background music.

(Pop/Variety) (Rock) (Country)

Instrumental holiday production music beds in an assortment of styles:

CHRISTMAS IN TJ - This spicy holiday original is reminiscent of a particular brass-oriented Latin pop instrumental style from the sixties. But it’s not too retro to be used in just about any Christmas project.

COUNTRY CHRISTMAS IN TOY TOWN - The happy holiday sounds abound in this country instrumental Christmas tune. Don’t miss the toy soldiers when they go on a mid-song march.

DECK THE HALLS - Country version of the Christmas Classic with some old-time rock and roll mixed in. A boogie woogie piano, twangy guitars and sleigh bells will have you hall decking in no time!

HERE WE COME A-CAROLLING - A bluegrass country version of the Christmas classic with plenty of acoustic guitar, dobro and mandolin. (Versions with and without sleigh bells are included.)

I SAW THREE SHIPS - Sounds like Christmas music being performed at a Renaissance festival, except here you don’t have to watch a couple of middle-age dudes trying to joust.

JAZZ STYLINGS FROM THE NORTH POLE - You’d pump out the toys too if you had a cool jazz combo like the North Pole Five (house band for Santa’s Workshop) providing the musical motivation. Familiar Christmas bits are mixed through this original holiday tune like green mystery fruit in a fruitcake. As the elves like to say, you’re never too short to swing!

JINGLE BELLS - Bluegrass version of the holiday classic. Guitar and banjo duel it out over a rolling drum beat. Featured in the rarely seen Christmas special “Deliverance On Ice.”

JOLLY OLD SAINT NICOLAS - It’s a rockabilly Christmas! Some guitars, upright bass and drums—throw in some jingle bells and it’s done! Swinging retro rock holiday carol that works great for country too. Few are aware that Santa moonlighted as a rockabilly bass player in the fifties.

JOY TO THE WORLD - Happy Holidays indeed with this fun, up-tempo and versatile version of the Christmas carol.

O CHRISTMAS TREE - A mellow but movin’ country Christmas goody with sleigh bells, electric piano, guitars and drums. Little known fact: The original title was “O Christmas Tree, Sorry You Caught Fire When I Used Those Lights I Bought at the Flea Market.”

O HOLY NIGHT - This Christmas carol classic is presented as a big-sounding rock ballad that builds in intensity. It’s versatile enough to be used in a holiday project that calls for pop or country Christmas music, or in a contemporary religious setting.

SILENT NIGHT - Here’s a pretty and peaceful, mostly acoustic version of the Christmas carol that fits well with country, soft rock, pop and folk styles of music.

THE TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS - And all twelve in under three minutes! Instrumentally, this fast and fun holiday music track features everything but the kitchen sink (the kitchen sink player called in sick). Oboe and electric guitar, working together in the spirit of the season!

THE ELECTRIC LIGHTS OF CHRISTMAS - It’s a big holiday WALL OF SOUND ! Tubular bells (the happy kind, not the scary kind), string and sax sections, piano, guitars, drums and sleigh bells, all mixed together in a fun, loud tune with a retro feel. (Versions with and without sleigh bells are included.)

UP ON THE ROOFTOP (HOUSETOP) - The style is kind of surf, kind of new wave, kind of punk rock. But hey, Christmas is a big tent and there’s plenty of room for a spiky-haired, skinny tie-wearing surfer. Especially if he brings eggnog.

WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS - This is the first official recording from the North Pole Five, Santa’s house band made up of some seriously swinging elves. Nothing but jazz here, with piano, guitar, sax, bass and drums, topped off with some nice holiday touches.

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