Two ways to stream free Christmas Music

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Most people don’t have homes with a stereo with a FM Tuner in it anymore. Most people aren’t disturbed enough to have 50+ Christmas music CDs lying around. Here’s two ways to listen to FREE streaming Xmas tunes this year. Remember to hit play while putting your tree up, cooking and opening gifts.

Grooveshark/search/songs/?query=christmas: click here
Last.fm/listen/globaltags/christmas: click here

Every year my mind decides some cheesy Christmas song is the best song ever. Unfortunately for me this year it’s “We Need A Little Christmas” by Johnny Mathis (iTunes link).

Any X-mas song stuck in your head this year?

via Tech Blog

This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on December 13, 2009 at 6:46 am, filed under music, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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6 Responses to “Two ways to stream free Christmas Music”

  1. GaryG says:

    I preempt involuntary Christmas cheese infection by dosing up with Lows ‘Christmas’ ep every year. Mimi Parker singing ‘Blue Christmas’ is about as angelic as you can get this time of year.

  2. Don Simon says:

    Last.fm isn’t free anymore! :(

  3. Don Simon says:

    Oh, right, it’s only for us non-yanks. I’m in Sweden, and I only get 30 tracks before I have to start paying a (low, but still) monthly fee.

    http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/lastfm_to_charge_subscription_fee_for_internationa.php

    Earlier christmases it’s been my primary source for old time carols etc.

  4. Raytrace says:

    yeh last.fm isn’t free in Europe anymore – curiously it became pay about 2 or 3 weeks before Microsoft announced that last.fm was going to be free on the XboX 360 for Gold Members o_O

    I am a gold member, however last.fm on the 360 is not on 360s in Ireland, only Twitter and Facebook :(

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