Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Vintage Christmas Wonderland - Review

When I was contacted a few weeks ago and asked if I would review a newly released Christmas album, I couldn't type fast enough to respond and say YES! Christmas is, by far, my favorite time of year. 

When I received the Cds, they were wrapped in beautiful burlap and ribbon and decorated with a sparkly snowflake. Along with the Cds, there was a personal handwritten note. It was so sweet and just made the entire experience of this review scream vintage.

Vintage Christmas Wonderland by David Ian has a smooth jazzy sound that takes you back to the days when life was less complicated. When I was contacted to review the album, it was described to me as "It's reminiscent of the Charlie Brown Christmas album and meant to bring warmth to the season!".  I can tell you, that is a perfect description.

While listening to Vintage Christmas Wonderland, I felt like putting up my Christmas tree just so I could plug in the lights and watch them glow. I felt like starting a fire in the woodstove and grabbing a cup of mocha. I wanted to curl up on my couch with my favorite blanket and just relax. 

Want to hear a little sample?  Here you go - click here --> David Ian  


When I received my Vintage Christmas Wonderland CD, I was so excited to see they also sent me a copy of their previous Christmas CD, Vintage Christmas. 

I thoroughly enjoy both albums. And, honestly, I cannot pick a favorite. My kids and I have been listening to both each morning while we do our chores.

And now, guess what? I have a couple of CDs to giveaway!!  One winner will receive a copy of Vintage Christmas Wonderland AND Vintage Christmas. Woo Hoo!  

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  1. We Three Kings is my favorite Christmas song :-)

  2. I've always liked Carol of the Bells.

  3. Definitely my favorite, Carol of the Bells! (what a neat prize!)

  4. O Come All Ye Faithful!!! I never tire of it.

  5. O Holy Night is my favorite - it's so beautiful!

  6. O Christmas Tree is definitely a favorite.

  7. My kids really like the Christmas shoes song. Kbroderi@msn.com

  8. Our Bing Crosby Christmas album, the whole thing. Kids faves from that one are I Saw three Ships and Jingle Bells. I can't pick one, they're all wonderful.