Songs For Santa

by Greater Alexander

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    **Be sure to download what Santa wanted on his mix tape to receive 2 bonus hidden tracks!*** (It's like opening a present.)
    This Album will be available to download at your price choice beginning Winter Solstice until Christmas Day 2014. (December 21st - December 25th)
    The digital download includes additional cover art layout and bonus pictures of prepping to sit with Santa as well as a Santa Selfie pic.
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These songs were recorded during the month of December, 2013. The album title came from when I asked Santa what he wanted for Christmas whilst sitting on my lap.


released 21 December 2014

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Photo Credit: Clay Carnill
Also known as Claslan:
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Font and Album layout: Phil Selander
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Produced by: Alexander Vlachos
All instruments by: Alexander Vlachos
Mixed and Mastered by: Jeff Dittenber

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Greater Alexander Detroit, Michigan

Born in Binghamton, New York and raised in Athens, Greece, Alexander Vlachos (known as singer-songwriter Greater Alexander) is an Alumnus of Wayne State University with a degree in Music and a Co-Major in International Studies. His parents heavily played artists like Cat Stevens and Simon and Garfunkel around the house while growing up. ... more

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Track Name: Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming
Lo, how a Rose e'er blooming from tender stem hath sprung
Of Jesse's lineage coming, as men of old have sung.

It came, a floweret bright, amid the cold of winter,
When half spent was the night.

This Flower, whose fragrance tender with sweetness fills the air,
Dispels with nature's splendor the darkness everywhere;
True love's so pure and good
from pain and death it saves us, and lightens every load.