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Happy Christmas 3 - Various - Click to view!
Happy Christmas 3 - Various | 2001
The ever-popular BEC Recordings series continues with this third helping of Christmas goodies. Not quite as strong a lineup, but some alternative winners like Earthsuit doing "Wonderful Christmas Time" and Starflyer 59's spaced-out "I'll Be Home for Christmas."
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Your King Has Come - Various | 2001
Featuring some of the greatest names in Christian folk, Your King Has Come brings stellar, raw new versions of traditional Christmas tunes, plus some new ones, under the direction of Matthew Smith. This is definitely a passionate Christmas experience not to miss.
The Very Best of Bing Crosby Christmas - Click to view!
The Very Best of Bing Crosby Christmas | 1999
They just don’t make ‘em like Bing anymore. His classy, oh-so-suave voice wins America over every holiday season. Unless you’d rather wait for his every-tenth-song on a local Christmas elevator station, get RCA Records’ definitive collection Bing Crosby Christmas. Full review...

The Music of Christmas - Steven Curtis Chapman - Click to view!
The Music of Christmas - Steven Curtis Chapman | 1995
He wowed critics and audiences alike this year with Declaration, the fastest-selling CD in Sparrow Records' illustrious history. Stringing together a brilliant mix of contemporary and classic, The Music of Christmas displays wonder even after five seasons of wear. Full review...

More What to Listen to...

Give to NY/DC Victims - SalvationArmy.org
Though sermons, the media, and about every public speaker invoke "Sept. 11" every chance they get, we must remember that behind all this talk flesh-and-blood New Yorkers are struggling to rebuild their lives. If you haven't (and even if you have), please give.
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The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien | 1954
Accept no imitations, no matter how good the special effects and cinematography. According to basically every ranking, the "book of the century" deserves a good reading and a place under your friend's Christmas tree -- this year in particular with the beautiful new movie covers out. Full Lord of the Rings coverage here (coming soon).
Audio Lessonover? - Click to view!
Audio Lessonover? - delirious? | 2001
Yes, that question mark belongs there. Martin Smith and Co. flex their creative muscles once again, (hopefully) broadening their fan base with songs on "everyday acts of worship" like love, labor, and what not. More so than on their tour de force Mezzamorphis, delirious? circa 2001 take chances with "Alien," "Stealing Time," and twelve others. Releasing in America June 2002, import it today from Britain. More from delirious?...

Road to Avonlea
Road to Avonlea TV Miniseries | 1990-1997
Remember the Disney Channel’s Avonlea series? With a talented ensemble cast and first-rate production values, Road to Avonlea became a national sensation in Canada, where its namesake small town lies, on Prince Edward Island. It brought to life a rich mix of characters, relating and struggling through humor, hate, and heroism. For all who love entertainment with heart, Road to Avonlea videos are the ultimate gift.

The Lord of the Rings - Click to view!
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Directed by Peter Jackson | PG-13 | 2001
Never before has Hollywood attempted a project so massive. With Tolkien purist Peter Jackson at the helm and this first Lord of the Rings installment alone carrying a $100 mil.+ budget, readers are justified in being a bit excited. Be there December 19 as J.R.R. Tolkien’s epic unfolds in all its mystery, conflict, and glory.
Monsters Inc. - Click to view!
Monsters Inc. Directed by Peter Docter | G | 2001
Parents, college students, and even critics are raving over the latest Pixar flick -- and for good reason, too. Cunning in humor and breathtaking in aesthetic appeal, Monsters Inc. is the only film in recent memory that accurately portrays a father figure. Sullivan (John Goodman) may be a monster, but his care towards Boo (Molly Gibbs) give this movie more heart than both Toy Story’s combined.
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The Majestic Directed by Frank Darabont | PG | 2001
His first serious role since The Truman Show, Jim Carrey stars in this quaint small-town drama. In the 1930’s -- when movie studios were notorious for “black lists” -- Carrey’s unemployed character sets out to find a new life. He ends up losing, then finding his true identity. From the director of The Shawshank Redemption.
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