Some of the less-than-well-known Christmas music I like: Aliqua--All I Want Mostly a capella female group that does a mix of traditional and traditional with a twist. They do a song called "All Is Calm" that drives me insane because it's the lyrics of "O Holy Night" sung to Schubert's "Ave Maria." So wrong! Mediaeval Baebes--Mistletoe & Wine--mostly a capella renditions of medieval carols. Different, but still Christmasy. Celtic Christmas--this isn't one I sit and listen to a lot, but I like it as background music when we have guests, as it's different but unobtrusive. People often ask what it is because it's "really nice." For pop-Christmas songs, I like a lot of the A Very Special Christmas songs, although I've downloaded most of them individually because some of those songs are dreadful. We also listen to all the Trans-Siberian Orchestra's Christmas CDs and sometimes to some of the Mannheim Steamroller Cds, although I am not terribly fond of the latter.