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A Very Merry Christmas, Vol. 6 [Special Edition]

Various Artists Vinyl
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  • Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Special Edition
  • Label: RCA Victor
  • ASIN: B009O8VD8C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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A Very Merry Christmas Volume VI Vinyl Record, RCA & Grants 1972 Code PRS-427 in Stereo

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4.0 out of 5 stars The sixth of a very fine Xmas music LP series December 11, 2013
Format:Vinyl
RCA VICTOR's 1972 holiday compilation A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS Volume IV (PRS-427) was issued on their plain orange label.

SIDE ONE NOTES
1.) Perry's in fine voice on a Christmas song that never did find public favor. It seems to fade prematurely. 2.) On Chet's solo acoustic guitar track, he simultaneously picks out melody, harmony and bass on two carols. Counterpoint on "Merry, Gentlemen" occasionally strays into a minor key. 3.) Robert Shaw's energetic "I Saw Three Ships" is the less-familiar melody. 4.) Harry is backed by a full symphony orchestra on this fast-paced rendering of a British carol first published in 1790. 5.) Just the opening and closing sections of a medley arranged by Leroy Anderson for the Boston Pops. The full nine song suite is available on their 1972 LP, POPS GOES CHRISTMAS (LSC-3324).

SIDE TWO NOTES
1.) Sounds like a revamped chorus on the Mancini medley and not the one that recorded "Moon River," "The Sweetheart Tree" and other '60s tunes. 2.) This lovely performance is part of THE JOHN GARY CHRISTMAS ALBUM (LPM/LSP-2940), from 1963. 3.) After Miss Price's solo on this Schubert favorite, she's joined by a boys choir. 4.) Ed Ames gives a powerful performance of a song with equally powerful lyrics. 5.) The Luboff Choir's most reverent "Silent Night" has the ladies leading on the first verse, the men on the second. 6.) Como bookends the program with an elegant cover of a popular song also known as "Carol of the Bells.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The sixth of a very fine Xmas music LP series December 11, 2013
Format:Vinyl
RCA VICTOR's 1972 holiday compilation A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS Volume IV (PRS-427) was issued on their plain orange label.

SIDE ONE NOTES
1.) Perry's in fine voice on a Christmas song that never did find public favor. It seems to fade prematurely. 2.) On Chet's solo acoustic guitar track, he simultaneously picks out melody, harmony and bass on two carols. Counterpoint on "Merry, Gentlemen" occasionally strays into a minor key. 3.) Robert Shaw's energetic "I Saw Three Ships" is the less-familiar melody. 4.) Harry is backed by a full symphony orchestra on this fast-paced rendering of a British carol first published in 1790. 5.) Just the opening and closing sections of a medley arranged by Leroy Anderson for the Boston Pops. The full nine song suite is available on their 1972 LP, POPS GOES CHRISTMAS (LSC-3324).

SIDE TWO NOTES
1.) Sounds like a revamped chorus on the Mancini medley and not the one that recorded "Moon River," "The Sweetheart Tree" and other '60s tunes. 2.) This lovely performance is part of THE JOHN GARY CHRISTMAS ALBUM (LPM/LSP-2940), from 1963. 3.) After Miss Price's solo on this Schubert favorite, she's joined by a boys choir. 4.) Ed Ames gives a powerful performance of a song with equally powerful lyrics. 5.) The Luboff Choir's most reverent "Silent Night" has the ladies leading on the first verse, the men on the second. 6.) Como bookends the program with an elegant cover of a popular song also known as "Carol of the Bells.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The sixth of a very fine Xmas music LP series December 23, 2012
Format:Vinyl
RCA VICTOR's 1972 holiday compilation A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS Volume IV (PRS-427) was issued on their plain orange label.

SIDE ONE NOTES
1.) Perry's in fine voice on a Christmas song that never did find public favor. It seems to fade prematurely. 2.) On Chet's solo acoustic guitar track, he simultaneously picks out melody, harmony and bass on two carols. Counterpoint on "Merry, Gentlemen" occasionally strays into a minor key. 3.) Robert Shaw's energetic "I Saw Three Ships" is the less-familiar melody. 4.) Harry is backed by a full symphony orchestra on this fast-paced rendering of a British carol first published in 1790. 5.) Just the opening and closing sections of a medley arranged by Leroy Anderson for the Boston Pops. The full nine song suite is available on their 1972 LP, POPS GOES CHRISTMAS (LSC-3324).

SIDE TWO NOTES
1.) Sounds like a revamped chorus on the Mancini medley and not the one that recorded "Moon River," "The Sweetheart Tree" and other '60s tunes. 2.) This lovely performance is part of THE JOHN GARY CHRISTMAS ALBUM (LPM/LSP-2940), from 1963. 3.) After Miss Price's solo on this Schubert favorite, she's joined by a boys choir. 4.) Ed Ames gives a powerful performance of a song with equally powerful lyrics. 5.) The Luboff Choir's most reverent "Silent Night" has the ladies leading on the first verse, the men on the second. 6.) Como bookends the program with an elegant cover of a popular song also known as "Carol of the Bells.
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