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Alliotts’ Christmas Playlist – Our year in Music

Listen to an eclectic compilation of Christmas tunes and more, a curated playlist from the team at Alliotts.

21 Dec 2023

By Nicholas Nicolaou

‘Tis the season to be jolly and what better way to jingle our way towards Christmas than with Alliotts’ very own Christmas playlist?

Everyone at Alliotts was asked to send in their song choice for a selection of categories. Having a wide range of musical tastes within the firm has made for a truly eclectic mix and great listening.

So what hit the Alliotts musical spot in 2023?

Christmas Song.

Our Christmas selection is quite a varied bunch this year.  We asked people to think beyond the classic Mariah or The Pogues. Although Christmas classics Michael Bublé and Bing Crosby featured.

Our top picks? A three way tie between the Waitresses ‘Christmas Wrapping’, Justin Bieber ‘Mistletoe’ and Run DMC ‘Christmas in Hollis’

‘Christmas in Hollis’ is a personal win for me, featuring at the start of the quintessential Christmas film, Die Hard.

Personal Song of the Year.

Winner here was Kylie Minogue with ‘Padam Padam’ Beyoncé came in a close second with two songs on the list.

Free Choice – A Song from Personal Favourite Genres.

Classics feature on the playlist from legends, Bruce Springsteen, U2, Oasis, Guns ‘n’ Roses and The Righteous Brothers – as well as contemporary bangers from Dave, Jack Harlow and Doja Cat.

21st Birthday Number Ones

A great mix of 21st birthday number ones representing our diversity. Rihanna and Ed Sheeran make the cut a couple of times each, along with hits from Paul Abdul, Marc Almond and Zager & Evans.

We do hope you enjoy singing and dancing along to Alliotts’ Christmas playlist

With best wishes for a very Merry Christmas and Happy 2024 filled with great music from everyone at Alliotts.

 

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