Track Listing: 1. White Christmas (03:09); 2. Adeste Fideles (03:16); 3. Silver Bells (03:09); 4. Medley-- Deck The Halls With Boughs of Holly, Away in a Manger, O Little Town of Bethlehem (04:53); 5. Silent Night (02:22); 6. Rudoplh The Red-Nosed Reindeer (02:29); 7. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (02:23); 8. Sleigh Ride in July (02:46); 9. I'll be Home for Christmas (02:59); 10. Faith in our Fathers (02:59); 11. Santa Claus is Coming to Town (02:48); 12. Here Comes Santa Claus (03:09); 13. Happy Holiday (02:34); 14. Jingle Bells (02:41); 15. You're All I want for Christmas (03:17); 16. The First Noel (02:39); 17. Twelve Days of Christmas (03:28); 18. Let's Start the New Year RIght (02:38)
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1. White Christmas
2. Adeste Fideles
3. Silver Bells
4. Melody: Deck The Halls, Away In A Manger, Little Town Of Bethlehem, The First Noel
5. Silent Night
6. Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
7. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
8. Sleigh Ride In July
9. I'll Be Home For Christmas
10. Faith In Our Fathers
11. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
12. Here Comes Santa Claus
13. Happy Holiday
14. Jingle Bells
15. You're All I Want For Christmas
16. The First Noel
17. Twelve Days Of Christmas
18. Let's Start The New Year Right
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By Neal Reynolds on December 3, 2001
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Crosby is an essential in any Christmas CD collection. He first recorded Silent Night and Adeste Fidelis in 1935, only on condition that his royalties go to charity. At that time, it seemed inappropriate for popular singers to sing religious Christmas songs. The reception was so strong that he began featuring both carols and modern Christmas songs on his annual Christmas broadcasts. Irving Berlin's "White Christmas" was first performed by Bing on an overseas tour during WWII, entertaining our troops. And the first popular Christmas album was Bing's. So his first recordings of Christmas songs paved the way for Perry Como, Nat King Cole, Tony Bennet, Elvis Presley and all the others since. The phenomonal success of his "White Christmas" inspired the greater output of modern Christmas music. And his early album started the trend that we see today where almost every performer has a Christmas album. For sheer listening pleasure, an album that includes Bing's renditions of "White Christmas", "Adeste Fidelis", "Silent Night", and "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" (with the Andrews Sisters) is a must.
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