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EM 0119

Christmas Cheer!

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2011

Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

Les Paul

guitar

Engineer:

Eric Holmes



Record Label
Evergreen Melodies

Genre:

Christmas




Total Time - 74:38
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KAYE, LOMAN

1 

Christmas Alphabet

2:04
  vocal Dickie Valentine & Chorus  
  Recorded September 1955  
 

AUTRY, HALDEMAN

2 

Here Comes Santa Claus

2:37
  vocal Doris Day & Chorus  
  Recorded 17 January, 1949  
 

BRAY/GIBSON

3 

Does Santa Claus Sleep with his Whiskers?

2:59
  vocal Jack Jackson & Chorus  
  Recorded 6 December, 1933  
 

CAVANAUGH/REDMOND/WELDON

4 

Christmas in Killarney

1:53
  vocal Ruby Murray  
  Recorded c. 1955  
 

JESSEL, MACDONALD

5 

Parade of the Tin Soldiers

1:36
  vocal Steffani's Silver Songsters  
  Recorded 1 July, 1936  
 

PIERPOINT

6 

Jingle Bells

1:56
 Les Paul guitar
  Recorded 1951  
 

CONNOR

7 

I Saw Mummy Kissing Santa Claus

2:35
  vocal Beverley Sisters  
  Recorded October 1952  
 

SILVER, SHERMAN, LEWIS

8 

Santa Claus Express

2:58
  vocal Dan Donovan & Chorus with Henry Hall  
  Recorded 23 October, 1935  
 

IRVING BERLIN

9 

White Christmas

3:17
  vocal Vera Lynn  
  Recorded 1943  
 

BERNARD, SMITH

10 

Winter Wonderland

2:58
  vocal Alan Kane with Lew Stone  
  Recorded 28 December 1934  
 

WEBSTER, BURKE

11 

Merry Christmas Polka

2:52
  vocal Andrews Sisters  
  Recorded 1949  
 

CAMPBELL-HUNTER, PARR DAVIES

12 

Fairy on the Christmas Tree

3:06
  vocal Gracie Fields  
  Recorded January 1937  
 

TRADITIONAL

13 

Mary's Boy Child

4:15
  vocal Harry Belafonte  
  Recorded October 1957  
 

MORAINE

14 

Christmas Island

2:40
  vocal Dickie Valentine & Chorus  
  Recorded September 1956  
 

GARDNER

15 

My Two Front Teeth

3:09
  vocal George Rock with Spike Jones & his City Slickers  
  Recorded 4 December, 1947  
 

NELSON, ROLLINS

16 

Frosty the Snowman

2:30
  vocal Nat King Cole & Chorus  
  Recorded January 1951  
 

REYNOLDS

17 

Christmas Cards

2:49
  vocal Alma Cogan & Chorus with Frank Cordell  
  Recorded October 1954  
 

ANDERSON, PARISH

18 

Sleigh Ride

2:53
  vocal Jo Stafford & Chorus  
  Recorded October 1950  
 

STYNE, CAHN

19 

Let It Snow

2:47
  vocal Ronnie O'Dell with Lew Stone  
  Recorded 1946  
 

CAESAR, MARKS

20 

That's What I Want for Christmas

2:03
  vocal Shirley Temple, clip from the film Soundtrack of Stowawy, 1936  
 

GILLESPIE, COOTS

21 

Santa Claus is Coming to Town

2:15
  vocal Ames Brothers with Sid Ramin  
  Recorded 1957  
 

SIGLER/GOODHART/HOFFMAN

22 

I'm Going Home for Christmas

2:49
  vocal Ships Chippendall & Chorus with Sidney Lipton  
  Recorded 14 November, 1935  
 

CONNOR/LEACH/CARR

23 

The Little Boy that Santa Claus Forgot

2:58
  vocal Phyllis Robins  
  Recorded October 1937  
 

BEAL, BOOTHE

24 

Jingle Bell Rock

2:26
  vocal Max Bygraves & Chorus  
  Recorded October 1959  
 

POSER, VENIS

25 

Where Did My Snowman Go?

2:30
  vocal Patti Page & Chorus  
  Recorded October 1952  
 

MARKS

26 

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

2:07
  vocal Hank Locklin & Chorus  
  Recorded November 1950  
 

BOSWELL

27 

Little Donkey

2:11
  vocal Beverley Sisters  
  Recorded September 1959  
 

PIERPOINT

28 

Jingle Bells

3:25
  vocal Tex Beneke with the Modernaires & Glenn Miller  
  Recorded 1941  


Get away from all the pop music and hype this year and enjoy 28 famous classic tracks from the past. Containing more than 70 minutes of exclusive entertainment from some of the world’s best artists, this album is certain to provide you with great enjoyment. From Jack Jackson’s novelty number asking whether Santa Claus sleeps with his whickers over or under the sheets from the early-1930’s, right through to the war period and on to the mid-1950’s with the Beverley Sisters, all these tracks are timeless in character.

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