Saturday, December 20, 2008

Christmas classics ...

Christmas is less than a week away. Are you feeling in the Christmasy spirit? Click on the links to listen to some classic Christmas songs including "Christmas Country Christmas" by hometown Staunton natives, the Statler Brothers ... and my favorite, "White Christmas."

A Holly Jolly Christmas
Burl Ives

Away In A Manger
Loretta Lynn

Christmas Alphabet
The McGuire Sisters

Christmas Country Christmas
The Statler Brothers

Christmas In My Hometown
Sonny James

Christmas Song
Alvin & The Chipmunks

Christmas Times A Coming
Bill Monroe and The Bluegrass Boys

Christmas Waltz
Frank Sinatra

Christmas Without You
Kenny RogersDolly Parton

Frosty The Snowman
Gene Autry

Grandma Got Run OverBy A Reindeer
Elmo & Patsy

Hard Rock Candy Christmas
Dolly Parton

Hark The Herald Angels Sing
Nat King Cole

Have Yourself A VeryMerry Christmas
Rosemary Clooney

Home For The Holidays
Perry Como

Its Beginning To LookA Lot Like Christmas
Bing Crosby &The Andrew Sisters

I Saw Mommy KissingSanta Claus
Jimmy Boyd

Its a Most WonderfulTime Of The Year
Johnny Mathis

Jingle Bell Rock
Bobby Helms

Jingle Bells
Roy Rogers (Most Interesting Middle!)

Jingle Bells
Perry Como

Jingle Bells
The Jingle Bell Piggie

Joy To The World
Nat King Cole

Leroy, the Redneck Reindeer
Joe Diffie

Let It Snow
Andy Williams

Lets Put ChristBack Into Christmas
Tammy Wynette

Little Drummer Boy
Neil Diamond

O Christmas Tree
Nat King Cole

Please Come Home
The Platters

Pretty Paper
Roy Orbison

Rocking Around TheChristmas Tree
Brenda Lee

Rudolph The RedNose Reindeer
Gene Autry

Rudolph The RedNose Reindeer
Unknown Group

Santa Baby
Cynthia Basinet

Santa Claus IsComing To Town
Bing Crosby

Santa Claus IsWatching You
Ray Stevens

Silver Bells
Bing Crosby/Peggy Lee

Silent Night
Dean Martin

Sleigh Ride
Johnny Mathis

The First Noel
Andy Williams

Up On The Housetop
Gene Autry

White Christmas
Bing Crosby

White Christmas
The Drifters (1954 - version used in "Home Alone" movie)

Winter Wonderland
Brenda Lee

Christmas With Elvis


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