Sentimental song.

As Halloween approaches it occurred to me that I always play Pink Floyd Echoes that night. Just sort of a little tradition I have. Does anyone else have a tune or album they play every year for a special occasion?

Every day is a special occasion. I play Houston's " I will always love you " in my mind.
"No Time To Cry" by Iris Dement, for any melancholy occasion. One of the few songs that, ironically, makes me cry.
I gotta get me some more Gauthier, slaw. She’s my favorite "new" discovery. Some other songs I always go to are a couple by Brian Wilson, "God Only Knows" and "In My Room", and "What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted", sung by either Jimmy Ruffin (original) or Joan Osborne.
"Merry Christmas From the Family" by Robert Earl Keen from his album "Gringo Honeymoon". 
It's a family tradition that always puts my daughters into fits of laughter.
I'm with the OP.  I've been playing Bela Lugosi's Dead by Bauhaus for about 25 years now on Halloween.
On Veterans Day I play "Veterans Day" by Tom Russell.
4th of July I play "4th of July" by Dave Alvin.
Christmas season brings out "Frosty the Snowman" by Leon Redbone and Dr. John.
My entire family comes down to the music room on or near Thanksgiving for the annual playing of The Last Waltz.