Christmas Playlist Battle: Ellie

Ellie Playlist

Over the next two weeks the Nanu contributors will be releasing a series of five track playlists of Christmas music. After they have all been released there will be a chance to vote on your favourite as well as the Nanu Nanu Ultimate Christmas Playlist, released just in time for your journey home.

Track 1: Tom Jones, Cerys Matthews – Baby it”s Cold Outside

Every Christmas I long to perform a karaoke duet of this song. I have also been known to listen to it outside of the acceptable Christmas period. A belter to kick off with and much better than the John Travolta/Olivia Newton-John version…

Track 2: Chuck Berry – Run Rudloph Run

This one is featured in not one, but two Christmas films! That bit in Home Alone when they”re running for the plane and in

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Jingle All the Way when Arnie is racing to buy a Turbo-Man. Iconic film moments about running, I think you”ll agree.

Track 3: James Brown – Let”s Make Christmas Mean Something

Taken from his album ‘Funky Christmas’ and adding some funk and soul to my playlist, James Brown screeches Christmas joy in his inimitable way.

Track 4: Elvis Presley – Blue Christmas

This song choice of Christmas heartbreak is inspired by The Saving and Loan’s cover of the song, performed at Song by Toad’s Christmas Party. If I could, I would have that version. But Elvis does those dulcet swoon-inducing tones pretty well too.

Track 5: Peter Auty – Walking in the Air

Actually not Aled Jones, he just took all the credit. This is probably my favourite Christmas story. I have it narrated by Bernard Cribbins on vinyl. I melt like a snowman every time I hear it.

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