Monday, November 7, 2011

Holiday Party Playlist

Click to Stream Playlist via Grooveshark

The holiday season is right around the corner, and that can only mean one thing - its party planning time! Everyone knows just how essential music is to a successful soiree - and what better way to create the perfect setting than with a custom playlist? Here at Bradshaw Styling, we're not content with just any old party mix, and that's why we're sharing with you this Fab collection of songs, hand-picked by one of our favorite local mix masters, DJ Carl:

"For any cool and hip party playlist, I would recommend that the mood be set with some classic tunes early on.  As time progresses, so should the energy and tempo of the music.  This will move the flow of the vibe along and keep your guests interested.  If your revelers feel like they want to dance or just groove to the sounds you should give them the tracks to do so in the later hours of your event. You can oblige the seasonal vibe by adding some feel good holiday remixes without resorting to predictable choices.  To be sure, this is not the typical holiday music playlist, but then again, you are not having the typical holiday party, now are you?"

                                                                                          TRACK LISTINGS

                             Photography by
1.   Dave Brubeck - Take Five
2.   Lena Horne - Let It Snow (Psuedojazz Mix)
3.   Tosca - Orozco (Dubphonic Remix)
4.   Telepopmusik - Breath
5.   Annie Lennox & Al Green -
      Put A Little Love In Your Heart
6.   Marvin Gaye - Got To Give It Up
7.   Simply Red - Sunrise
8.   Michael Jackson - Off the Wall
9.   Madonna - Fever
10. Adele - Set Fire To The Rain
11. Girl Talk - Non-Stop Party Now
12. Helena Beat - Foster The People
13. Edward Maya & Vika Jigulina - Stereo Love
14. Whitney Houston - Million Dollar Bill 
     (Freemason's Club Mix)

Click HERE to stream playlist

With the Girl About Town's Holiday Party Playlist, you're guaranteed to throw a bash worth remembering.  
Thanks, Carl.
xo, stephanie

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