13 Days of Xmas 2008, Day 11: Christmas Messages

Beatles Christmas Collection

So last year we were listening to more music that didn’t suck, and when looking for more stuff, I came across the Christmas Message. They can be surreal and they can fun.

And then there’s this, from Her Majesty the Queen–her first televised Christmas message in 1957. Which is interesting because of how surreal it’s supposed to be that the royal family watches television.

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Here’s the Beatles with their message to their fans, put out on vinyl, in 1963. Just remember: Elvis didn’t do no drugs.

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Here’s Ali G, with some Xmas cheer for you:

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