Happy New Year Songs: Given the success of the 10 Happy New Year Songs by the end of the year, we will see the situation from another perspective with 10 songs for the New Year, thus closing the trilogy that started with the musical top for Merry Christmas Songs. I am going to include in this selection several recent topics with the objective of unmarking us from too classic lists.
Happy New Year Songs
Although in principle it had political connotations it has become the most popular Happy New Year Songs to celebrate the beginning of a new year.
2. Vetusta Morla: New Year (2008)
Approaching the thin line that separates the underground from the mainstream we have Vetusta Morla, perhaps the best Spanish group of today, that in their debut album, Un día en the world, included this topic.
3. Abba: Happy new year (1980)
Happy New Year Song included in the album “Super Trouper”, of which there is an adaptation entitled “Happiness”. We are left with both versions.
4. Van Morrison: Celtic new year (2005)
The original composition of Van Morrison included in his album Magic time.
5. Enya: Trains and winter rains (2008)
More new years of Irish origin, like Morrison’s. In 2008 Enya published And winter came, in which this Happy New Year song was included as the first single. Composed by the artist herself with the collaboration of Nicky and Roma Ryan. All vocal parts and instruments were interpreted by Enya. It contains a part of the Agnus Dei that is sung in the Irish churches.
6. The Eagles: Funky new year (1978)
Surprising to listen to a group of the country or American music as The Eagles making a theme with funk tints. It is the B side of the single “Please come home for Christmas”.
7. Death Cab for Cutie: The New Year (2003)
One of my favorite groups of the underground scene. From the United States and with Ben Gibbard in the lead, on his fourth studio album, Transatlanticism, the subject in question was included.
8. Beach house: New year (2012)
They are Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally, and their music transports us to a parallel world. This cut is included in the fabulous album Bloom, published in May 2012.
9. Sting: Brand new day (1999)
A song composed for the beginning of the 21st century, for which Sting had the collaboration of the great Stevie Wonder (harmonica). The video clip is a parody of religion.
10. Snoop Dogg with Marty James: New Years Eve (2010)
A song that was originally going to be included in Doggumentary (2011), but that was eventually cut. In any case it is a reference point for the new year of the rap scene.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!.
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