Seasons Greetings listeners.
I hope everyone is well into the spirit of the season and more so remembers what the reason for the season is…the word CHRISTmas describes who and what that reason to a tee!Â As mentioned to a few of you, this month marks the 2nd anniversary of the Sunday Soundtrack podcast. In celebration of such, I am running a contest! Keeping it simple (’cause I couldn’t think of anything reaaally catchy – LOL ), all you have to do is place a call to the voicemail number below, and tell me what you like best about The Sunday Soundtrack Podcast. The winner will receive a custom Sunday Soundtrack podcast with up to 15 tracks of your choice (provided I can find them on iTunes, and that by my definition the lyrical content or essence of the tunes are NOT offensive in nature), and personal voiceovers referencing you in the podcast (or no reference at all – your choice)! I’ll choose and announce the winner during the 03 January 2010 Sunday Soundtrack podcast. The cutoff is 11:59am EST on Dec 27. Provide me with your email address and I’ll provide you a download link to your podcast when done.
Throughout this year, I’ve met some cool artists who have graciously allowed me to feature their material on my podcast. What’s great to me is that I’ve gotten to do via global offerings from Canada to Los Angeles to Denmark to Germany and beyond. It further proves the saying “Music is a universal language” Thanks to the artists I’ve formed bonds with and for the relationships forged that will carry themselves into 2010. This is my way of saying thanks for making this podcast a success, in my eyes.
Just call 1-301-458-0499…and remember … “..you gotta be in it to win it” 😉
Legal Disclaimer: In order to eligible to win, could have not won anything from the Sunday Soundtrack within the last year. Void where prohibited.
Along with that, I’d like to give a shout out to my fellow podcasters, who share their gift and favorite genres that they feature on a consistent basis:
Jason Smith ::: Both Sides of The Surface (BSOTS)
Todd Grundy ::: Rhythms In Black Satin (RIBS)
EJ Flavors ::: Old School Wednesdays
Fave ::: The Friday Favecast
Nikki ::: Soulrific
Darrenkeith ::: My Love For Music
DJ Diva ::: The Monday Mixtape
Todd Kelley aka The Big La: Flowink (Worldwide Soul)
Anjibee ::: The Chillcast
Honeysoul ::: Honeysoul
Fleep (Deep House) ::: Fleep
Travis Nobles ::: Hidden Place Music
Solipsistic Nation ::: Solipsistic Nation
DJ Grant Love ::: Music To My Ears
The following tracks i think non-traditionally (genre-wise) fit the flow nicely. I hope you find a few as well. Without further adieu…the playlist is as follows:
1.The First Noel – Inverse Cinematics/The Reindeer Room, Vol. 1: A Christmas Chillout
2. What Child Is This? – The Pleasant Groove Minstrels/hOMe for the Holidays
3. We Three KingsÂ -Kurbis Blumen/The Reindeer Room, Vol. 2: A Festive Collection
4. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen – Zigo/The Reindeer Room, Vol. 1: A Christmas Chillout
5. Still Still Still – Kaskade/hOMe for the Holidays
6. Mi Ymalei (Who Can Retell?) – Craig Taubmas/The Reindeer Room, Vol. 3: Not So Silent Night
7. Carol of the Bells – Durbin Elf/The Reindeer Room, Vol. 1: A Christmas Chillout
8. Jingle Bells – Sub Santa /The Reindeer Room, Vol. 1: A Christmas Chillout
9. O Christmas Tree – Sub Santa/The Reindeer Room, Vol. 2: A Festive Collection
10. Good King Wenceslas – Billy Paul Wiliams and Nicole Henry/The Reindeer Room, Vol. 2: A Festive Collection
11. The Kwanzaa Song – Billy Paul Williams/The Reindeer Room, Vol. 3: Not So Silent Night
12. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas – DJ Trax/The Reindeer Room, Vol. 2: A Festive Collection
13. Peace On Earth – Kaskade/The Mistletoe Lounge
Wishing all of you a safe, blessed Christmas….Stay tuned for the Sunday Soundtrack CHRISTmas Day Special Edition!
Keep it chilled….
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