For many who grew up in the 1990s, there hasn’t been a lot of holiday music in the last two decades that tops Mariah Carey’s 1994 Christmas album Merry Christmas. And although the best part of that album is the diva’s voice covering a host of Christmas classics, it also gave us the much-loved new classic, “All I Want For Christmas Is You.”
Feeling moved by the holiday spirit, Anthony Vincent of 10 Second Songs performed Carey’s hit in the style of 20 different musicians, from Tom Jones to Depeche Mode to Usher. Particularly fitting were his impressions of the Vince Guaraldi Trio (of A Charlie Brown Christmas fame), the Grinch and Alvin and the Chipmunks (aided by some helium).
It’s a feat of impersonation and a solid reminder that Carey pretty much got it right the first time.
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