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Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
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White Christmas
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I'll Be Home For Christmas
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Arbolito De Navidad
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Auld Lang Syne
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The Christmas Song
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For All Those On Santa's Bad Boys List

The Miami Sound Machine were one of the iconic 80's band's. Take a look at one of their press shots from the time and you will witness the archetypal 80's look, the dayglo colours, the hair like plumage and enough makeup to supply a Milan show. The band's lead singer Gloria Estefan may have more strings to her bow than singing (acting, business) but there is no denying the headline grabbing figure of 100 million record sales.

The million selling 'Christmas Through Your Eyes' LP from 1993 was Gloria's first Christmas record and her 4th as a solo artist. The album was mostly made up of Gloria's reading of Christmas perennials like 'Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!', 'The Christmas Song' and 'I'll Be Home For Christmas' and with a big band behind her there was plenty to savour over a mulled wine. The highlight however came on the title track she wrote herself called 'Christmas Through Your Eyes'. The song had originally surfaced a year earlier on Estefan's greatest hits package but it was changed around instrumentally for its appearance on her Christmas album. The other main point of interest on this festive release was the Spanish language Christmas song 'Árbolito de Navidad' which was has unlike some of the other tracks on the album retained a sense of the contemporary. Estefan had recorded half a dozen albums in Spanish (with the Miami Sound Machine) before she ever got around to the English speaking market so a Latin Christmas song was not that much of a departure for her and you can tell how comfortable she is with it.

Gloria recorded a duet with Rosie O'Donnell called 'Gonna Eat For Christmas' in 1999 for the 'A Rosie Christmas' LP which she reprised on a Rosie O'Donnell Christmas TV special in late 2008 but changing the name to 'Gonna Eat For Thanksgiving'. The song had an undeniable old time swing and is infused with plenty of humour. In 2003 Gloria released an album called 'Unwrapped' and I'm sure you'll be as disappointed as we were when we discovered it was nothing to do with unwrapping Christmas gifts! Thankfully she healed our hearts a decade later with her softly lit duet with Johnny Mathis for his 'Sending You A Little Christmas' release. The contrasting vocals made for a lovely listen and 'Mary's Boy Child' was given a beautiful new sprucing.

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