Friday, November 25, 2011

SAP Music Christmas Mix 2011

Time for Christmas music. I've got an eclectic mix of music and sound bites to kick off the holidays. Check the image above for the track listing and below is a printable insert for a CD case if you'd like to burn a CD.

Enjoy!

SAP Music Christmas Mix 2011

15 comments:

ron said...

Thanks for taking the time !!

Happy Holidays !!

Matracas said...

A Christmas treat; as every Year. Thanks for this. Haven't spoken to you in a while; I hope you're doing well.

Spencer said...

I am doing well. I was out of work for a while, but I just got a call for a job for the next few months. Happy days. Hope you and the family are doing well.

Warvadal said...

Big Thanks! Your Xmas mixes are all soo great. Peace.

Spencer said...

Thanks. Hope you like this year's mix.

alix said...

HURRAY SPENCER! I look forward to what you come up with every year, my friend. Can't wait to give thsi one a listen.

: )
A

alix said...

AWESOME. is it weird that the Kmart commercial and the Rufus Thomas tracks are two of my faves??

Spencer said...

That is weird. Glad you're liking it.

Jeff said...

Sweet!!!

Anonymous said...

where can i find the download button for the cd's? fran from the netherlands

Spencer said...

The link to the download is above just under the word "Enjoy" where is says "SAP Music Christmas Mix 2011." It isn't a button, but a link to mediafire where you can download a zip file that contains all the tracks. There is no CD.

Iceman said...

You had me and then you lost me.

I stumbled upon your site by searching Herb Alperts Christmas album which also lead me to your post of Captain Kangaroo's Merry, Merry Christmas. How cool!!

Then I saw the files (even though the links are now dead anyway)were in M4A!? What the hell? I refuse to cowtow to Apple! Unfortunately you don't share that same sentiment to appeal to the masses by way of MP3 files. What a shame.
Hope you'll reconsider.
Happy Holidays just the same.

Spencer said...

Sorry to disappoint with the m4a format. I'd love to be able to do mp3 because it is more universal, but unfortunately it sucks for mixes because of the blank audio inserted at the end of each track. I make the mixes to be played continuously fading each song into each other and that whole effect gets destroyed with mp3's. The other option would have been uncompressed audio, but that gets rather large. So m4a seemed like the best option. You can always convert it in iTunes, which is free. I have iTunes, but that doesn't mean I support the iTunes store. I actually avoid buying digital music from there and only download the free songs each week.

Spooky Mizu said...

hey there! Any chance we can get this reuploaded, just like the the 2012 set? I can't get this site to work. Thanks! :-)

Spencer said...

The link has been fixed. Enjoy!