Once upon a time in the mid - 1950's, there was a little girl who listened to this album on her parent's brand new stereo record player, and absorbed every word, nuance and voice from this album. I was that girl, and have loved this album ever since, It isn't Christmas unless I play my album - yes the vinyl one - which I found on Amazon a year or two ago. Now that I can get the MP3 version, I am thrilled. The songs are sung by various Warner Bros. stars of the time, who were in popular T.V. shows. I love them all, even though some of them were average singers! My favorite one growing up was "Yulesville" by Edd Byrnes of "77 Sunset Strip", which was a jive version that always sound so cool to a kid. Eddie Cole (the brother of Nat "King" Cole) sings "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" with a jazz beat that is timeless. For pure beauty, there is the a-cappella "Star Carol", sung by the Warner Bros. Male Chorus. It is hard to even find this carol, although it is on a John Williams/ Boston Pops Orchestra "Joy to the World" CD. That version is a pale imitation (although the rest of the music is great!) If you remember the 50's, you will love this, and even our sons , who are in their 20's and 30's, like the retro feel. It is a must on my list. By the way, the stereo console is still in my Mom's living room, and still works!