12.24.06

Christmas Medley 2006

Posted in Christmas Medley, Instrumental, Rock at 12:18 pm by Martin

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Length: 02:51, Size: 4.21 MB

This is the traditional Christmas Medley I record every year as a present to my friends. This year it’s a medley of the traditional Austrian Christmas carol “Es wird scho glei dumpa”, which translated means something like “It’s going to get dark soon”, and Mariah Carey’s hit “All I Want for Christmas”. Also I managed to sneak in the “Little Drummer Boy” at the end. Merry Christmas!

12.24.05

Christmas Medley 2005

Posted in Christmas Medley, Instrumental at 8:32 pm by Martin

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Length: 03:47, Size: 5.75 MB

This is my Christmas Medley 2005. It’s a medley of the traditional, German Christmas carol “Oh du Fröhliche” and John Lennon’s “Happy Christmas”. Of course, there’s a bit of shredding in there as well, otherwise it wouldn’t be one of my recordings, but I hope you enjoy it nevertheless 😉

12.25.04

Christmas Medley 2004

Posted in Christmas Medley, Instrumental at 8:29 pm by Martin

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Length: 03:03, Size: 4.81 MB

This is the Christmas Medley I record for my friends as a kind of Christmas gift every year. This time it’s a medley of “Merry Little Christmas” and “Joy to the World”. It’s a mixture of fusion and punk rock. Enjoy!

12.24.03

Christmas Medley 2003

Posted in Christmas Medley, Instrumental at 10:26 pm by Martin

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Length: 02:07, Size: 2.90 MB

This is the Christmas medley I record every year, this time for 2003. It turned out to be quite heavy this year…ah well 🙂 There are three Christmas carols in the medley. Can you recognize all of them?

12.23.02

Christmas Medley 2002

Posted in Christmas Medley, Instrumental at 10:16 pm by Martin

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Length: 02:26, Size: 3.57 MB

After being too lazy in 2000 and not having my equipment with me in Australia in 2001, I finally managed to get off my butt to record another Christmas Medley just as in 1999. This is a guitar medley of the well-known Christmas songs “Silent Night, Holy Night” and “Jingle Bells”. Merry Xmas everyone.

12.26.99

Christmas Medley 1999

Posted in Christmas Medley, Instrumental at 10:01 pm by Martin

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Length: 01:31, Size: 2.09 MB

I wanted to record some Christmas treat for a friend of mine. This is the outcome. It’s a medley of the well-known Christmas songs “Little Drummer Boy” and “We Wish You A Merry Christmas”. It was completely recorded on the 25th of December 1999 in approximately 3 hours.

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