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The Ray Conniff Singers/Ray Conniff: The Complete Columbia Christmas Recordings *

Track List

>Here Comes Santa Claus
>Winter Wonderland
>Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
>Christmas Bride
>Sleigh Ride
>Greensleeves (What Child Is This)
>Jingle Bells
>Silver Bells
>Frosty the Snowman
>White Christmas
>Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town
>Christmas Song, The (Merry Christmas to You)
>Jolly Old St. Nicholas/The Little Drummer Boy
>O Holy Night/WeThree Kings of Orient Are/Deck the Halls with Boughs of Holly
>Ring Christmas Bells
>Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!/Count Your Blessings/We Wish You a Merry Christmas
>Twelve Days of Christmas, The
>First Noel/Hark! the Herald Angels Sing/O Come All YeFaithful/We Wish You a Merry Christmas, The
>My Favorite Things
>Here We Come A-Caroling
>Silent Night, Holy Night
>God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
>Away in a Manger
>Joy to the World
>Adoramus Te
>Real Meaning of Christmas, The
>Go Tell It on the Mountain
>What Child Is This?
>O Tannenbaum
>It Came Upon the Midnight Clear
>O Little Town of Bethlehem

Album Remarks & Appraisals:

Ray Conniff sold more records than any other arranger/conductor in the history of pop music. So it’s no surprise that his three Christmas albums were smash hits, charting a total of 16 times between them. Leading off was 1959’s Christmas with Conniff, which went to #14 on the charts, the first of five chart appearances; then came 1962’s We Wish You a Merry Christmas, which went to #15 for the first of its eight turns atop the charts; and, finally, 1965’s Here We Come A-Caroling, which also went to #15 atop the Christmas charts for the first of its three appearances. Now, Real Gone Music has put together all three of these albums—plus a bonus track, Conniff’s 1965 version of “My Favorite Things”—into a bargain-priced 2-CD set comprising every Christmas track Ray recorded during his historic run at Columbia Records. The 31-track collection includes photos from the Columbia vaults, new liner notes by Joe Marchese, and a fresh remastering at Sony’s Battery Studios in New York. Some of the most beloved holiday recordings of all time all in one place, presented with panache!


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