Experience the magic of Christmas during the '40s and '50s by taking a look at these vintage photos. 8. The traditional Christmas turkey. 9. That cozy moment when everyone gathers together to read a Christmas classic. 10. And the festive fun of caroling both indoors and out! 11. Watching the Christmas special that you've been looking forward to for weeks just before bed. 12. Sharing a polite peck under the mistletoe. 13. Or a romantic sleigh ride through the snow.
According to the most recent record album certifications, the holiday album title that has shipped the most copies in the United States is Elvis Presley's 1957 LP Elvis' Christmas Album, which is certified by the RIAA for shipment of 17 million copies in the . 3 million copies of the original 1957 release on RCA Victor Records, plus 10 million copies. 4 Best-selling Christmas albums by year.
Neat rare 1950's or 1960's (not sure) Christmas Blow Mold Candy Cane display by NOMA LITES in original box. For inside or outside display as stated on back. 1950s Saalfield SantaClaus Christmas Coloring Book. 1950s SantasColoring Book Vintage 1950’s Christmas Musical Birdcage Plays The 12 days of Christmas.
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 airwaves in years past. The albums featured on this list are some of the most well known and popular titles of that time, and likely introduced an entirely new audience to holiday and Christmas music. 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. From innovative takes on traditional songs to recreating the versions that have been around for years, the 1960s were a great time grab holiday music.
Tracks count: 33. Views: 4. Dean Martin, The Goons - I'm Walking Backwards for Christmas 03:17. Connie Francis - O Little Town of Bethlehem 03:06.
The Christmas Anthology: 1930-1950. CD - Stardust Records. One was a single-disc Bing Crosby collection titled The Christmas Anthology: 1942-1955; the other was The Christmas Anthology: 1930-1950, a two-CD, 35-track compilation that spotlights a variety of jazz and pop artists from the pre-rock era. The title The Christmas Anthology: 1930-1950 is a bit misleading because one of the tracks is a radio broadcast of Jan Garber performing "Frosty the Snowman" in, perhaps, December 1954.
Christmas Hits of 1950s, Various. Like I said this is a good Christmas album. You should get it. Merry Christmas. A Merry Mundane Christmas from the 1950s. Dec 24, 2011 · There are some beautiful covers and images from the 1950s contained within the pages of my vintage Woman's Own magazines: There are so many gorgeous images in these Christmas specials that I just can't show them all. I took nearly a hundred pictures! So, I will choose my favourites to wish you.
|1-1||–Gene Autry & The Pinafores||Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer||3:11|
|1-2||–Perry Como||(There's No Place Like) Home For The Holidays||2:57|
|1-3||–Jimmy Boyd||I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus||2:31|
|1-4||–The Harry Simeone Chorale||The Little Drummer Boy||3:21|
|1-5||–Mitch Miller And The Gang||Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town||2:08|
|1-6||–Bobby Helms||Jingle Bell Rock||2:13|
|1-7||–Leroy Anderson||Sleigh Ride||2:49|
|1-8||–Spike Jones And His City Slickers||All I Want For Christmas (Is My Two Front Teeth)||3:10|
|1-9||–The Chipmunks||The Chipmunk Song||2:24|
|1-10||–Brenda Lee||Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree||2:06|
|1-11||–Gene Autry With The Cass County Boys||Frosty The Snowman||2:55|
|1-12||–Bing Crosby & Carol Richards||Silver Bells||3:04|
|1-13||–Eartha Kitt||Santa Baby||3:26|
|1-14||–Art Mooney & His Orchestra Featuring Barry Gordon||Nuttin' For Christmas||2:35|
|1-15||–Perry Como & The Fontane Sisters||It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas||2:37|
|1-16||–Bing Crosby||White Christmas||3:02|
|2-1||–Fred Waring||'Twas The Night Before Christmas||7:01|
|2-2||–Doris Day||Here Comes Santa Claus (Down Santa Claus Lane)||2:42|
|2-3||–Dennis Day||Christmas In Killarney||2:13|
|2-4||–Rosemary Clooney||Winter Wonderland||3:18|
|2-5||–Dean Martin||Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!||1:58|
|2-6||–The Mills Brothers||Joy To The World||1:21|
|2-7||–McGuire Sisters||The Littlest Angel||3:31|
|2-8||–Guy Lombardo||Jingle Bells||2:11|
|2-9||–Burl Ives||The Twelve Days Of Christmas||4:09|
|2-10||–Pat Boone||O Holy Night||2:15|
|2-11||–Mel Tormé||The Christmas Song||3:04|
|2-12||–Patti Page||Silent Night||2:58|
|2-13||–The Platters||I'll Be Home For Christmas||2:40|
|2-14||–Connie Francis||Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas||4:31|
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