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jazz version of white christmas, classical/jazz version of Noel, and a classical type version of "what child is this" I composed last year for two guitars.
 
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Danny Carnahan's "Dram To Warm The Piper" is something I play nearly all season....

[SIZE=-1]John McCutcheon's "Christmas In The Trenches" is a must-play!

I do "I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day" inspired by John Gorka's take on it...

"While Roving On A Winters Night" is one I really aughta dust down... I ain't played it in forever!


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Jeff Beck's version of Amazing Grace
Keb' Mo's Jingle Bell Jamboree
Stu Hamm's version of Sleigh Ride

...and of course anything off of Universal Honey's Can't Stop Thinking About Christmas. :wink:
 

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ahhh i wish i can play the guitar well enough to play Cannon...

one of my very... distant relatives come to our little family get together and plays cannon in a rock style. it seems like a very exiting christmas like song compared to other soft and jingly tunes

more of a exciting feel or mood to chrismas i supose
 

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ahhh i wish i can play the guitar well enough to play Cannon...

one of my very... distant relatives come to our little family get together and plays cannon in a rock style. it seems like a very exiting christmas like song compared to other soft and jingly tunes

more of a exciting feel or mood to chrismas i supose
I hope you don't mean this:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=by8oyJztzwo
 
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