Erin and Jachin's 2014 Christmas Playlist

Music christmas playlist
Published: Dec 13 2014

Time for this year’s Christmas Playlist. If this isn’t enough Christmas Music, you can always go back to previous years (2013, 2012, 2011, 2010).

Most of the music is available on Amazon. A lot of it you can listen to for free if you have Amazon Prime. I’ve also made a GrooveShark playlist of most of the songs.

  1. Ho Ho Ho - Liz Phair - Ho Ho Ho
  2. Carry Me Home - Hey Rosetta! - A Cup Of Kindness Yet
  3. We Need A Little Christmas - AgesandAges - Holidays Rule
  4. Ah Holy Jesus (with reed organ) - Sufjan Stevens - Silver & Gold
  5. Xmas Time Is Here Again - My Morning Jacket - Does Xmas Fiasco Style
  6. Winter Wonderland - Rosie Thomas - A Very Rosie Christmas
  7. I’ll Stay ‘Til After Christmas - Blitzen Trapper - I’ll Stay ‘Til After Christmas
  8. Joel the Lump of Coal - The Killers (feat. Jimmy Kimmel)
  9. Frosty the Snowman - Fiona Apple - I’ll Be Home For Christmas
  10. Christmas for Cowboys - John Denver - The Classic Christmas Album
  11. Children Go Where I Send Thee - Smalltown Poets - Christmas Time Again
  12. No Christmas In Kentucky - Phil Ochs - A Toast To Those Who Are Gone
  13. Up On The Housetop - Pomplamoose - Pomplamoose Christmas
  14. Happy Xmas (War Is Over) Yoko Ono and Flaming Lips
  15. O Holy Night Brandi Carlile - O Holy Night
  16. Christmas Must Be Tonight - Bahamas - This Warm December, A Brushfire Holiday Vol. 2
  17. Goodbye England (Covered In Snow) - LauraMarling - I Speak Because I Can
  18. Under Any Limb - Ruby The RabbitFoot - Under Any Limb
  19. Christmas Alone - Current Swell - Isn’t This World Enough?? A Nettwerk Christmas
  20. Wonderful Christmastime - Laura Gibson - Wonderful Christmastime
  21. I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas - Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas
  22. Christmas In Heaven - Monty Python - Monty Python Sings
  23. What Are You Doing New Years Eve - Natalia Zukerman - What Are You Doing New Years Eve

Here are a couple bonuses.

We wanted to include Christmas Eve Eve by Paul and Storm, but it has a swear in it, so we figured it best to leave it out.

Here’s the origin story and music video for “Joel, the Lump of Coal”.