|A1||Santa Claus And Popcorn|
|A4||Santa Claus Is Coming To Town|
|A6||Grandma's Christmas Card|
|A7||Sleep My Child|
|B1||Puppy Dog For Christmas|
|B2||Frosty The Snowman|
|B3||Katey's Christmas Card|
|B4||Silent Night, Holy Night|
|B5||Going Home For Christmas|
|B7||Where Is The Christ In Christmas|
Crackers – The Christmas Party Album is a studio/compilation album by the British rock band Slade. It was released on 18 November 1985 and reached No. 34 in the UK charts. It was certified Gold by the BPI that same month. The album was produced by bassist Jim Lea except "All Join Hands", "Do You Believe in Miracles", "My Oh My" and "Run Runaway", which were all produced by John Punter. The album contained a mix of the band's previous hits, some re-recorded songs and a selection of covers.
Examples are CBS Records . in France, CBS Grammofoonplaten BV in the Netherlands and CBS Schallplatten GmbH in Germany. In the UK, the CBS label was initially distributed by Philips Records Ltd. from 1st May 1962, until the aqusistion of Oriole Records Limited in 1964, renamed CBS Records Limited. in early 1965 who subsequently took over this role. All Electronic Hip Hop Jazz Rock Reggae Latin Funk, Soul Blues Non-Music Pop Classical Brass & Military Children's Folk, World, & Country Stage & Screen.
A1 Winter Wonderland A2 Frosty The Snowman A3 Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer A4 Here Comes Santa Claus A5 The Night Before Christmas Song A6 The Littlest Snowman B1 O Come, Little Children B2 The Little Drummer Boy B3 Joy To The World B4 Little Donkey B5 Do You Hear What I. Hear? B6 The Little Christmas Tree
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Top 20 Christmas Albums (Various Artists). 1. Soul Christmas (Atco, 1968) Whoa, baby, this is the real thing - every cut is a bona fide classic, from Clarence Carter's nasty "Back Door Santa" to Joe Tex's sanctified "Make Every Day Christmas (For Your Woman)" to Otis Redding's stark reinterpretation of White Christmas. Hence, A Christmas Record sounds like a party - the strangest shindig ever thrown in honor of Old St. Nick.
Having a 'friends' Christmas party and we are all teens from the 80s and this list brought some I had forgotten! "Feast of Lights," by They Might Be Giants. Frosty the Snowman," by Cocteau Twins. A wonderful children's Xmas song from 'Smoky Mountain Christmas'. No known recordings Bonus track on their 1982 "I Love Rock and Roll" album, it was also released as single first in 1981. The song was featured in the 1983 film "Class" starring Rob Lowe and Andrew McCarthy. Little Drummer Boy," by Miracle Legion.
This album, originally released as The Magic of Christmas in 1960, provides baritone reassurance that Christmas is a happy time, not an annual family debacle. But the secret ingredient is Cole singing hymns in German and Latin: straining to put across foreign lyrics, you can hear him employing all his professional skill. This album, originally released by ZE Records in 1981, is a collection of experimental, alternative, and new-wave takes on Christmas. They don't seem to take much joy in the holiday – but they take plenty in making excellently weird noise. Various Artists, ‘Reggae Christmas From Studio One’. The Jamaican record label Studio One was a powerhouse in the Sixties and Seventies, releasing records by just about every important reggae artist.
List of all Christmas 1960s albums, ranked from best to worst. For many, the 1960s was a prosperous period for the release of Christmas music and albums. Some of the biggest bands and artists of the decade released holiday songs that were much better than the traditional songs that flooded. No matter what style or type of Christmas song you enjoy, you're likely to find an album on this list that will fit whatever music you enjoy. What Christmas albums were released in the 1960s? This is the list of Christmas albums that were released in the 1960s.