Have Yourself a Classic Holiday - Classic Holiday Music Selections - Tracks are: Lena Horne - Winter wonderland; Les Paul and Mary Ford - Santa Claus is coming to town; Peggy Lee - Happy holiday; Ella Fitzgerald - It came upon a midnight clear; Jose. Tracks are: Lena Horne - Winter wonderland; Les Paul and Mary Ford - Santa Claus is coming to town; Peggy Lee - Happy holiday; Ella Fitzgerald - It came upon a midnight clear; Jose Feliciano - Felix Navidad; Tennessee Ernie Ford - Angels we have heard on high; Nat "King" Cole - The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas to you); Judy Garland - Have yourself a merry little Christmas.
Classic Holiday Standards. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas. Ralph Blaine, Hugh Martin.
Various – Classic Holiday Songbook. Label: EMI Music Special Markets – 09463-74438-2-8, NBC (2) – 09463-74438-2-8. Series: Sounds Of The Season –. Format: CD, Compilation. Bing Crosby Featuring Chrissy De Pauw. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (Remix). Piano, Arranged By – Jerry PetersProducer, Programmed By – Darryl Anthony Written-By – Martin, Blane. 6. –Peggy Lee. I Like A Sleighride (Jinge Bells) (Remix). Backing Vocals – Chrissy DePauw Co-producer, Piano, Programmed By – Jerry PetersDrums – Trevor LawrenceRemix, Arranged By, Programmed By – Darryl Anthony HawesWritten-By – May, Cavanaugh.
May all your holiday parties be lit with this playlist of top Christmas songs. 27. "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," Cat Power. A gorgeous, understated interpretation of a holiday radio staple. 28. "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree," Brenda Lee. It's really the only way to behave around a Christmas tree.
Whether you're throwing an over-the-top holiday party or just having the family over for Christmas, a festive playlist is essential to set the mood. Even if you're just trying to get hyped for the holidays, these tunes will do the trick. These are the 30 best Christmas songs of all time, from old-school classics to modern-day covers. Bing Crosby's classic hit about a picturesque Christmas scene is one of the most popular holiday songs ever - Guinness World Records even named it the best-selling single of all time. 2 of 31. Hulton ArchiveGetty Images. 3 of 31. Getty Images. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (1944). Judy Garland originally recorded this soft Christmas song for the musical Meet Me in St. Louis, which is about four daughters coming of age while getting ready to move to New York.
But the best holiday classics have a warm fuzzy, almost wistful quality. The composer finally caved, coming up with new, less depressing, lyrics: Have yourself a merry little Christmas, It may be your last, Next year we may all be living in the past changed to Have yourself a merry little Christmas, Let your heart be light, From now on your troubles will be out of sight ; Faithful friends who were dear to us, Will. Read another story from us: The nostalgic classic A Christmas Story actually launched a lascivious Leg Lamp wearing a fishnet stocking. James Taylor returned to the song’s original melancholy lyrics after 9/11, releasing the song as a record later in 2001. Whichever rendition, the song - sentimental and, yes, kind of sad - remains a touching and enduring classic. Stay updated with our news.
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