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Not really much of a gig, but some seniors from Asiaworks have invited the Teen Training members to this Christmas party on the 28th of December. I'll be playing, so I think it would be cool if I would play some Christmas carols. I'm going to play some overdriven guitar, blues-funk style (assuming that it doesn't mock the Christmas festivities). What carols do you guys think would be cool to play? There are about 50 of us in a group, but I'm assuming only 20 will show up, so they could be the carollers. Help will be vary much appreciated.
 

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Awesome! Holly Jolly Christmas, Winter Wonderland, Rudolph, Frosty, etc. You can go to a local music store and buy some books fairly cheap, at least here you can. Have fun at the Christmas gig and let us know how it went. ;)
 

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Thanks. Unfortunately, since stores here in Malaysia don't have those type of books, I'll have to learn them by ear. I grew up listening to carols during Christmas back in England. It will be tricky, but acheivable. ;)

What do you guys think of 'The Twelve Days of Christmas'. That particular song was the one I listended to a lot. I may even do it 'rock-opera' style with my buddies. :D
 

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What do you guys think of 'The Twelve Days of Christmas'. That particular song was the one I listended to a lot. I may even do it 'rock-opera' style with my buddies. :D
As soon as I read it, I had it playing through my head like a cross between Bohemian Rhapsody and Meatloaf. Absolutely awesome idea.
 

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add some slide guitar work to the Rudolf the red nose raindeer! it killed them last Christmas when i did it that way! all guitar work no vocals, they loved it bro!
Merry Xmas & have a good one!- Jake
 
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