I am a slow starter this year, so far little has been done to my Christmas Music Collection. It is so big right now that I rather need time to listen to what I have than finding new songs. Still there are some new records that I want to recommend. Unfortunately they are all in Swedish.
The first record was out already last Christmas, but somehow I never got hold of it. Swedish Hip Hop-legend Dogge Doggelito performs "Bling Bling jul". A song that I will certainly play at Klubb Sunkit. This year the Christmas Party will be at the 21 of December and I will play records together with my friend Trampe who also is a great lover of Christmas Music.
Another of my favourites this year I found on a CD with Christmas Music, "Ljudolfs Julblandning" that I got from Monica at Sunkit. She is also represented with a song on that CD, a nice song. But at Sunkit I will rather go for "Länge länge sen" with Mats Hagberg Band. A rough translation: It was a long, long time ago since I had some fun, and soon it's Christmas and things will get messed up, it was a long, long time ago since I had sex...
Last but not least Trampe pointed out to me that we finally got a Swedish version of "Fairytale in New York" (Pouges and Kirsty McColl) with a rather odd Swedish Couple Sven Wollter and Lotta Engberg. "En julsaga" is too good to be true if you ask me, and Sven Wollter proves yet another time that he is not a singer and never was. Try it out here. (He is a legend from stage and film and apparently still a Communist, she is a popular singer and leads various TV-programs.)