Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Happy Holiday
Bing Crosby 2:30
2 White Christmas
Louis Armstrong 2:39
3 Jingle Bells
Nat King Cole 2:14
4 Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
Frank Sinatra 2:36
5 This Time Of Year
Brook Benton 2:37
6 Silver Bells
Bing Crosby 3:05
7 Blue Christmas
The Platters 2:02
8 I'll Be Home For Christmas
Perry Como 2:57
9 Christmas Dreaming
Frank Sinatra 3:01
10 Sleigh Ride In July
Bing Crosby 2:42
11 Auld Lang Syne
The Drifters 2:17
12 The Little Drummer Boy
Rosemary Clooney 2:31
13 A House With Love In It
Nat King Cole 2:20
14 The Rosary
Mario Lanza 2:19
15 I Want A Rock And Roll Guitar
Johnny Preston 3:14
16 Jingle Bell Rock
Bobby Sherman 2:07
17 Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer
Bing Crosby & Ella Fitzgerald 2:30
18 The Christmas Song
Frank Sinatra 1:40
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 White Christmas
Bing Crosby 3:06
2 The Christmas Song
Nat King Cole 2:40
3 Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
Frank Sinatra 1:27
4 We Wish You A Merry Christmas
The Drifters 3:25
5 Zat You Santa Claus
Louis Armstrong 2:50
6 Here Comes Santa Claus
Bing Crosby 3:04
7 Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
Nat King Cole 1:44
8 Silent Night
Dean Martin 3:16
9 I Believe
Frankie Laine 2:19
10 Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
Rosemary Clooney 4:11
11 The Lord's Prayer
Frank Sinatra 3:36
12 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Bing Crosby 2:18
13 Suzy Snowflake
Rosemary Clooney 2:40
14 Silent Night Holy Night
The Drifters 4:13
15 Roses In December
Dick Powell 2:36
16 Beautiful Memory
Brook Benton 2:59
17 Jingle Bells
Frank Sinatra 2:38
18 Oh Holy Night
The Drifters 3:21

Credits

CD 1

additional writer:
Buck Ram (track 8)
composer:
Walter Kent (track 8)
Johnny Marks (American songwriter) (track 17)
Jimmy Van Heusen (track 10)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 11)
Irving Berlin (track 1)
James Lord Pierpont (1850) (track 3)
Irving Berlin (1938 – 1940) (track 2)
Katherine K. Davis (1941) (track 12)
lyricist:
Johnny Marks (American songwriter) (track 17)
Irving Berlin (track 1)
Johnny Burke (American lyricist, 1908-1964) (track 10)
Kim Gannon (track 8)
Robert Burns (18th century Scottish poet/lyricist) (1788) (track 11)
James Lord Pierpont (1850) (track 3)
Irving Berlin (1938 – 1940) (track 2)
Katherine K. Davis (1941) (track 12)
vocals:
Perry Como (American popular music singer and TV personality, 1912-2001) (track 8)
writer:
Joe Beal (track 16)
Jim Boothe (track 16)
Bill Hayes (track 7)
Jay Johnson (songwriter of "Blue Christmas") (track 7)
Henry Onorati (1958) (track 12)
Harry Simeone (1958) (track 12)
publisher:
Chappell & Co Ltd. (track 17)
Chappell Music Ltd. (tracks 8, 17)
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships) (track 2)
EMI Mills Music (ASCAP) (track 12)
Irving Berlin Music Corp. (tracks 1–2)
Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (existed only since ca. 1998) (track 7)
Warner/Chappell Music Ltd. (1996–present) (track 2)
Irving Berlin Music Company (1940 –) (track 2)
Belwin-Mills Publishing Corp. (1955) (track 12)
Mills Music, Inc. (1964) (track 12)
part of:
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 6294) (track 11)
arrangements:
Auld Lang Syne (Mannheim Steamroller arrangement) (track 11)
Auld Lang Syne (arr. C. T. Davie) (track 11)
Auld Lang Syne (arr. G. O. Jones) (track 11)
Auld Lang Syne Variations (arr. P Limonov) (track 11)
Auld Lang Syne, Fantasy with Variations for Band (Simone Mantia variation) (track 11)
Jingle All the Way (track 3)
Jingle Bells (Beegie Adair, Roger Spencer arrangements) (track 3)
Jingle Bells (arr. Gordon Langford) (track 3)
Jingle Bells (arr. Chilcott) (track 3)
Jingle a cappella (track 3)
Little Drummer Boy (arr. McCarthy) (track 12)
cover recording of:
Blue Christmas (track 7)
is based on:
[untitled] (traditional Czech carol, became “Carol of the Drums”) (track 12)
is the basis for:
Auld Lang Syne (track 11)
My Christmas Prayer (track 11)
Trikkevise (track 3)
Året rundt (track 3)
later parody versions:
Dschingenkhan (track 3)
I'll Be Home for Christmas (parody version, apparently) (track 8)
Jingle Bells (track 3)
Jingle Bells Deep (track 3)
Jingle Bells, Batman Smells (Children's schoolyard parody of Batman and Jingle Bells) (track 3)
Rapapapam (track 12)
Snowdown Skins (track 3)
Yingle Bells (track 3)
Čin čin čin (track 3)
later translated parody versions:
Klokkeklang (track 3)
later translated versions:
Bjelleklang (track 3)
Bjældeklang (track 3)
Kulkuset (track 3)
Petteri Punakuono (track 17)
Pieni rumpali (track 12)
Rap jul (track 2)
Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer (German) (track 17)
Stakkels Jim (track 11)
Valkea joulu (track 2)
Zvaniņš skan (Alfrēds Krūklis version) (track 3)
ジングルベル (transl. Otawa Takashi) (track 3)
ジングルベル (Shōji Miyazawa's translation) (track 3)
聖誕鈴聲 (track 3)
蛍の光 (track 11)
later versions:
Auld Lang Syne (track 11)
Cik lēni snieg (Latvian version of "Blue Christmas") (track 7)
Jingle Bells (Die Toten Hosen arrangement) (track 3)
Jingle Bells (Lechner / Trabitsch) (track 3)
Little Drummer Boy (Poema version of the carol) (track 12)
Swingle Bells (track 3)
Vive le vent (track 3)
Weiße Weihnacht (track 2)
Zvaniņš skan (Latvian version of "Jingle Bells") (track 3)
part of:
Meet Me in St. Louis (1944 film) (track 11)
recording of:
Auld Lang Syne (track 11)
Carol of the Drum (aka “The Little Drummer Boy”) (track 12)
Happy Holiday (track 1)
Jingle Bell Rock (track 16)
Jingle Bells (track 3)
Sleigh Ride in July (track 10)
White Christmas (track 2)
referred to in medleys:
Holiday Cheer (track 16)
Mix 2 (The Best Xmas Party Ever!) (track 17)
Mix 3 (The Best Xmas Party Ever!) (track 12)
Megamix 1 (It Must Be Christmas) (track 16)
Megamix 3 (It Must Be Christmas) (tracks 7, 17)
Mix 4 (The Best Xmas Party Ever!) (tracks 2–3, 11)
Megamix 4 (It Must Be Christmas) (track 11)

CD 2

arranger:
Ralph Carmichael (track 12)
choir vocals:
Ken Darby Singers (track 1)
Max Terr's Mixed Chorus (1942-06-08) (track 12)
composer:
Jack Fox (track 5)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 12)
J. Fred Coots (1932) (track 7)
Irving Berlin (1938 – 1940) (track 1)
Mel Tormé (1944) (track 2)
lead vocals:
Bing Crosby (1942-05-29) (track 1)
Bing Crosby (1942-06-08) (track 12)
lyricist:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 12)
Haven Gillespie (1932) (track 7)
Irving Berlin (1938 – 1940) (track 1)
Mel Tormé (1944) (track 2)
Robert Wells (songwriter) (1944) (track 2)
orchestra:
John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra (1942-05-29) (track 1)
John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra (1942-06-08) (track 12)
vocals:
Louis Armstrong (track 5)
writer:
Roy C. Bennett (US songwriter) (track 13)
Ervin Drake (track 9)
Irvin Graham (track 9)
Jimmy Shirl (track 9)
Al Stillman (track 9)
Sid Tepper (track 13)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 12)
phonographic copyright by:
Verve Music Group (now known as Verve Label Group; not for release label use!) (1963) (track 5)
Geffen Records, Inc. (1970) (track 12)
Geffen Records (2010) (track 12)
publisher:
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships) (track 1)
Leo Feist, Inc. (track 7)
Sony/ATV Tunes LLC (track 2)
Warner/Chappell Music Ltd. (1996–present) (track 1)
Irving Berlin Music Company (1940 –) (track 1)
Edwin H. Morris & Co., Inc. (1946 –) (track 2)
recorded at:
Decca Studios (Los Angeles) in Los Angeles, California, United States (1942-05-29) (track 1)
Decca Studios (Los Angeles) in Los Angeles, California, United States (1942-06-08) (track 12)
part of:
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 394) (track 12)
arrangements:
Deadly Gentlemen (track 12)
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (Trans‐Siberian Orchestra arrangement) (track 12)
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (arr. Geoffrey Keating) (track 12)
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (arr. Willcocks) (track 12)
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Mannheim Steamroller arrangement) (track 12)
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Mariah Carey arrangement) (track 12)
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Willan arrangement) (track 12)
cover recording of:
I Believe (track 9)
The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire) (track 2)
is the basis for:
A Star to Follow (track 12)
PDX-mas Carol (track 12)
Take a Break Guys (track 12)
later parody versions:
later translated parody versions:
later translated versions:
Joululaulu (Hiljaa leijaa maahan hiutaleet) (track 2)
Rap jul (track 1)
Santa Klauss nāk (track 7)
Valkea joulu (track 1)
later versions:
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Nox Arcana arrangement) (track 12)
Nikolaus-Lied (track 7)
Weiße Weihnacht (track 1)
recording of:
Suzy Snowflake (track 13)
White Christmas (1942-05-29) (track 1)
referred to in medleys:
Mix 2 (The Best Xmas Party Ever!) (track 7)
Mix 3 (The Best Xmas Party Ever!) (track 2)
Mix 4 (The Best Xmas Party Ever!) (tracks 1, 12)
Megamix 4 (It Must Be Christmas) (track 12)
Megamix 3 (It Must Be Christmas) (tracks 2, 7)
Noëls pour cordes (track 12)
Megamix 1 (It Must Be Christmas) (track 7)