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The best Christmas album in the world... ever!
on 25 December 2003
If you are looking for an album whith a selection of the best Christmas songs, then this is it! This double cd is the best ever collection of our favorite songs for the best holiday of the year!
Published in 1997, this cd contains forty-four (44) songs, which are devided as follows:
Disc 1: 1) John & Yoko - Happy Xmas (war is over), 2) Paul McCartney - Wonderful Christmastime, 3) Wizzard - I wish it could be Christmas every day, 4) Slade - Merry Xmas everybody, 5) Band aid - Do they know it's Christmas?, 6) The Pogues feat. Kirsty MacColl, A fairytale of New York, 7) Greg Lake - I believe in Father Christmas, 8) Pretenders - 2000 miles, 9) Chris de Burgh - A spaceman came travelling, 10) Frankie goes to Hollywood, - The power of love, 11) Chris Rea - Driving home for Christmas, 12) Elton John - Step into Christmas, 13) Shakin' Stevens - Merry Christmas everyone, 14) Gary Glitter - Another rock and roll Christmas, 15) The Beach boys - Little Saint Nick, 16) Jackson 5 - Santa Claus is coming to town, 17) Mike Oldfield - In dulce jubilo, 18) Jona Lewie - Stop the cavalry, 19) The waitresses - Christmas wrapping, 20) Jethro Tull - Ring out, solstice bells and 21) Bring Crosby & David Bowie - Peace on earth - Little drummer boy.
1) Bing Crosby - White Christmas, 2) Nat 'King' Cole - The Christmas song, 3) Dean Martin - Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!, 4) Harry Belafonte - Mary's boy child, 5) Johnny Mathis - When a child is born, 6) Cliff Richard - Mistletoe and wine, 7) Aled Jones - Walking in the air, 8) Robson & Jerome - I believe, 9) Doris Day - Winter wonderland, 10) Adam Faith - Lonely pup (in a Christmas shop), 11) Mel & Kim - Rockin' around the Christmas tree, 12) State of the heart - Last Christmas, 13) Andy Williams - Happy holiday, 14) Eartha Kitt - Santa baby, 15) Mud - Lonely this Christmas, 16) Roy Orbison - Pretty paper, 17) Jim Reeves - Silver bells, 18) Perry Como - God rest ye merry gentlemen, 19) The Weavers - We wish you a merry Christmas, 20) The Spinners - The twelve days of Christmas, 21) Steeleye Span - Gaudette, 22) Bert Jansch - In the bleak midwinter and 23) Mary Margaret O'Hara - What are you doing New Year's eve?
All in all, this album is the best out there, and you can have it playing non-stop, every 25th of December, while drinking your coffee and exchanging your presents with your family!
Buy and enjoy! It is a classic...