It’s that time of year again when artists sing “Joy to the World” and sleigh bells ring. After a hectic 2014, people are looking to wind down in the yuletide spirit. So, grab your eggnog and cuddle up to the fire to listen to a cross-section of holiday tunes with something for every ear. Thanks for your suggestions. You can continue to add your favorites below:

Mary-J-Blige-Preps-First-Christmas-Album“What Child Is This?” Yolanda Adams

“Let It Snow,” Boyz II Men

“Little Drummer Boy,” Mary J Blige

“Christmas,” Michael Buble

“Merry Christmas,” Mariah CareyMerry_Christmas_Mariah_Carey

“Cee Lo’s Magic Moment,” Cee Lo Green

“Little Drummer Boy,” Ray Charles

“Charlie Brown Christmas,” Cyrus Chestnut & Friends

“Wrapped in Red,” Kelly Clarkson

51xG-isCZZL“The Christmas Song,” Nat King Cole

“These Are Special Times,” Celine Dion

“The Christmas Song,” Will Downing

“Christmas Songs,” Roberta Flack

“Noel,” Josh Groban

Handel's Messiah“This Christmas,” Donny Hathaway

“Joy to the World,” Whitney Houston

Jackson 5 Christmas Album

“Handel’s Messiah: A Soulful Celebration,” Quincy Jones, Mervyn Warren and the All-Star Chorus

“Santa Baby,” Eartha Kitt

“A Very Maysa Christmas,” Maysa Leak

“It’s Christmas,” Ledisi

“Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree,” Brenda Lee

Sound of Christmas - Ramsey Lewis“Sound of Christmas,” Ramsey Lewis

“Holiday Wishes,” Idina Menzel

“That’s Christmas to Me,” Pentatonix

“A Family Christmas,” The Piano Guys71CX3qJ6bDL._SL1500_

“You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch,” Thurl Ravenscroft

“Cheers, It’s Christmas,” Blake Shelton

“The Night Before Christmas,” Sounds of Blackness

“Little Drummer Boy,” Temptations

“The Classic Christmas Album,” Luther Vandross

“God Rest Ye Merry Jazzmen,” Various Artists

“Some Day at Christmas,” Stevie Wonder