Merry Christmas (Deluxe Anniversary Edition)
Disney's Sing Along Songs - Very Merry Christmas Songs
Disney's Sing Along Songs - Very Merry Christmas
Get ready to celebrate this warm and wonderful time of year and sing along with the Christmas carols you love best! Plus, join in a jolly chorus of new holiday sing alongs -- featuring your favorite Disney characters! Learning the lyrics is easy and fun because the words appear right on the screen. Whether you're having a party, starting a brand-new family tradition, or simply getting into the Yuletide spirit, Disney's VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS SING-ALONG SONGS brings the gift of music and laughter home for the holidays!
- Brand: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
- ASIN: B00006JU8F
- UPC: 786936199765
Remastered LP reissue of Bing Crosby's classic, Merry Christmas, album. Including the biggest selling single ever, White Christmas, along with other all-time seasonal favorites, this edition brings back the original album title and artwork that have been missing from newer versions of the album.
- Brand: Universal Music Group
- ASIN: B00MP2JIVI
- UPC: 602537952441
Jingle Bells - Favorite Christmas Song for Toddlers and Kids
On Merry Christmas, the first holiday album by the legendary vocalist-pianist, Liz McComb, we visit Madame McComb's Cleveland, Ohio living room for an intimate seasonal sing-along. As the thirteen-track collection opens, we picture McComb sitting at an old, upright piano while belting out requests from the family and friends who have gathered around her. There's the scent of candied yams and hot rolls emanating from the kitchen. The party kicks off with a bouncy, Maple Leaf Rag-flavored piano arrangement of "When Was Jesus Born," a song associated with Odetta, complete with tambourine, handclaps and McComb s ferocious call and response vocals while also accompanying herself on the tight background vocals. Yuletide standards such as "Do You Hear What I Hear" and "We Wish You A Merry Christmas" receive peppy work-outs while McComb stretches out and gives a Sunday morning Baptist church reading to "Silent Night," "Walk in the Light" and "Oh, What A Pretty Little Baby." Over a lightly-classical, acoustic piano arrangement, McComb delivers "O Holy Night" with a breathy, intimate understanding. "I had to sing that song every year for my mother," she remembers. "She loved that song so much that it wouldn't be Christmas without it." The acoustic guitar strumming of Jean Wellers provides the backdrop for a handful of songs. It starts with a tender cover of "The Christmas Song" which was written by the Velvet Fog, Mel Torme; but popularized most famously by Nat King Cole. "I'm a music lover," McComb adds. "People think I only know about traditional gospel music but I'm very well versed in all kinds of music and I grew up listening to Jazz. I loved Mel Torme and his music." Another chanson featuring guitar is the joyous, Appalachian-Pentecostal mashup of "Joy to the World" which yodels [read more]
- ASIN: B0775Z8CWH
- UPC: 761856484306