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Happy Christmas Wishes
A Merry Christmas
Frankie Avalon's Christmas Album
A not so Merry Christmas (Remastered)
More Pop for You, Vol. 1
A Very Merry Christmas
A Very Merry Christmas is Bobby Vinton's ninth studio album and first Christmas album, released in October 1964. Vinton had released a four-track Christmas EP which entered the charts the previous year, containing none of the tracks included on A Very Merry Christmas. Due to Billboard editorial policy, it was held off the regular Top LPs chart, but reached #13 on the Christmas Albums chart. The album was reissued on CD in 1995, and again in 2015 as the expanded A Very Merry Christmas: The Complete Epic Christmas Collection.
There were two singles to come from this album: "The Bell That Couldn't Jingle" and "Dearest Santa".
Christmas with Patti Page
Christmas With Patti Page was a Patti Page LP album, issued by Mercury Records in 1955 as catalog number MG-20093.
Later cd compilations under the same title contains some of the tracks from the original LP, together with songs from singles issued in 1951 and the 'Christmas With Patti Page EP, all also on the Mercury label.
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
Christmas With The Platters
Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree: The Decca Christmas Recordings
The Essential Percy Faith - The Christmas Recordings
Percy Faith & His Orchestra
Greetings From The McGuire Sisters (Expanded Edition)
The McGuire Sisters
25th Day Of December With Bobby Darin
CONNIE FRANCIS CHRISTMAS ALL TIME FAVOURITES
Best Of/20th Century - Christmas
Dixieland Hop - Butterfinger Blues
Rock N' Roll Christmas
The Lennon Sisters
Merry Christmas With Doris Day
Here We Come A-Caroling
Here We Come A-Caroling is a 1965 album by Ray Conniff. It was recorded in Los Angeles, California from July 21–23, 1965. In the late 1960s, the album was reissued with the title Ray Conniff's Christmas Album: Here We Come A-Caroling and featured a new album cover.
It's Christmas Once Again
Frankie Lymon and The Teenagers
The Four Seasons' Christmas Album
Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
Merry Christmas To You
Classic Christmas, Vol. 2
The Dean Martin Christmas Album
The Dean Martin Christmas Album is a 1966 studio album by Dean Martin arranged by Ernie Freeman and Bill Justis.
This was Martin's only album of Christmas music released on Reprise Records. It was reissued on CD by Hip-O Records in 2008, retitled A Very Cool Christmas.
Ricci James Martin, Martin's son, wrote in a biography of his father that The Dean Martin Christmas Album was the only one of his father's albums that was played in the Martin household, his parents seldom listening to Dean Martin's music.
This was the fourth of five albums Martin released in 1966. Billboard magazine reported in its December 3, 1966 issue that The Dean Martin Christmas Album was on top of its "Best Bets for Christmas" chart.
The release of The Dean Martin Christmas Album in October and The Dean Martin TV Show in November 1966 were accompanied by what Billboard described as a "merchandising avalanche" by Reprise Records and their parent company Warner Music. Billboard described Martin as running the "hottest streak of his career", and said that Reprise planned to sell $4 million of his records over the Christmas sales period.
Country Christmas Classics
Christmas Sing Along With Mitch
Mitch Miller and The Gang
The first Sing Along with Mitch Christmas album documents the MOR sound of the '50s.
Joy To The World
White Christmas / The Bells Of St. Mary's [Digital 45]
S as in STARR, Kay (Volume 3)
Christmas Silver Bells, Vol. 2
Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer / Shock-A-Doo [Digital 45]
Lucky Days - Family Christmas
Christmas With Carmen Cavallaro: The Poet Of The Piano
Merry Christmas with the Ames Brothers
The Ames Brothers
That Christmas Feeling
That Christmas Feeling is the eleventh album by American singer-guitarist Glen Campbell, released in 1968 by Capitol Records.
The Andrews Sisters Sing Christmas
The Andrews Sisters
A Country Christmas
You're All I Want For Christmas/This Time Of The Year
A New Baby For Christmas
A Happy Christmas With The Everly Brothers And The Boy Town Choir
The Everly Brothers
Greatest Christmas Songs
T'was The Night Before Christmas
The Christmas Album (Expanded Edition)
The Christmas Album is a holiday music album by country music singer Lynn Anderson released in 1971.
This was Lynn Anderson's first Christmas music album. The album was released by Columbia Records, and was very successful. The album reached No. 13 on the Billboard 200 in 1971, but it didn't chart on the Top Country Albums list, since Christmas albums were not counted as "country" by Billboard during this period.
The album, a mix of secular uptempo Christmas classics and new songs from several of the leading Nashville country music songwriters of the day was enormously popular and became a Christmas classic itself among country music and American popular music fans. The album's opening song "Ding-A-Ling the Christmas Bell" was released as a single and at one point considered as a possible Christmas cartoon special but the project never got off the ground.
The album was in print for a decade and, in the 1990s, Sony released limited quantities on CD with new cover art. In 2015 it was reissued on CD by the Real Gone Music label, with alternate charity single mixes of four songs included as bonus tracks.
Anderson would release a second Christmas album, Home for the Holidays, in 2002.
Snowfall - The Tony Bennett Christmas Album
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