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Music for New Year's Eve

Postby Muriel1960 » Sun Oct 29, 2006 9:20 am

I'm preparing a small party for New Year's Eve. I'd like you to give me some good songs,which will make us havig a good time.

I have found this website: Song Words. If you wish to sing some :)
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Postby skinem » Sun Oct 29, 2006 12:54 pm

Well, of course, I think it's law that "Party Like It's 1999" is part of the play list.
I, of course, hate it. My tastes don't seem to run on the "commercially successful" side.
For an eclectic mix, you could just play songs from Southern Kulture on the Skids...
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Postby Perry » Mon Oct 30, 2006 10:43 am

Garth Hudson's version of Auld Lang Syne, on a live New Year's Eve concert album of the The Band.
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Re: Music for New Year's Eve

Postby sluggo » Mon Oct 30, 2006 4:38 pm

Muriel1960 wrote:I'm preparing a small party for New Year's Eve. I'd like you to give me some good songs,which will make us havig a good time.


Happy Birthday? (12/29) :wink:
How 'bout a slew of wassail and Hogmanay singalongs... start with Steeleye Span's "The King"and John Roberts/Tony Barrand -depending on how folksy the crowd

As a radio programmer I used to put theme music together for all sorts of occasions but there's a dearth here, prolly due to our setting the new year on an arbitrary date with no tradition behind it :(
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