Elvis Sings the Wonderful World of Christmas

~ Release by Elvis Presley (see all versions of this release, 8 available)

Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
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A1O Come, All Ye Faithful
engineer:
Al Pachucki
background vocals:
The Imperials (gospel/CCM group) (on 1971-05-16)
arranger:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (on 1971-05-16)
recording of:
O Come, All Ye Faithful (arrangement by Elvis Presley) (on 1971-05-16)
arranger:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”)
publisher:
Cherry River Music, Elvis Presley Music and R&H Music
arrangement of:
O Come, All Ye Faithful (English version of Latin “Adeste fideles”)
cover recording of:
O Come, All Ye Faithful (English version of Latin “Adeste fideles”)
lyricist and composer:
John Francis Wade (from 1740 until 1743)
translator:
Frederick Oakeley (in 1841)
translated version of:
Adeste fideles (original latin version)
2:47
A2The First Noel
engineer:
Al Pachucki
bass:
Norbert Putnam (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
drums (drum set):
Kenny Buttrey (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16), Jerry Carrigan (US drummer) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16) and Larry Londin (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
guitar:
James Burton (guitarist) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16) and Chip Young (Amercian session guitarist, bass, producer in the genre of country) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
harmonica:
Charlie McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
organ:
Charlie McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16) and Glen Spreen (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
percussion:
Larry Londin (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16) and Charlie McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
piano:
David Briggs (English organist and composer) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
background vocals:
The Imperials Quartet (gospel/CCM group) (on 1971-05-16)
vocals:
Ginger Holladay (American singer-songwriter) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16), The Imperials (gospel/CCM group) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16), Millie Kirkham (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16) and Temple Riser (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
arranger:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Music (in 1971)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16, on 1971-05-16)
recording of:
The First Noel (arrangement by Elvis Presley) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
arranger:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”)
publisher:
Cherry River Music, Elvis Presley Music and R&H Music
arrangement of:
The First Noël
recording of:
The First Noel (arrangement by Elvis Presley) (on 1971-05-16)
arranger:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”)
publisher:
Cherry River Music, Elvis Presley Music and R&H Music
arrangement of:
The First Noël
52:08
A3On a Snowy Christmas Night
engineer:
Al Pachucki
background vocals:
The Imperials Quartet (gospel/CCM group) (on 1971-05-16)
vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1971-05-16)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Music (in 1971)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (on 1971-05-16)
recording of:
On a Snowy Christmas Night (on 1971-05-16)
lyricist and composer:
Stanley Gelber
publisher:
Cherry River Music, Elvis Presley Music, EMI U Catalog Inc. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) and Gladys Music
2:46
A4Winter Wonderland
engineer:
Al Pachucki
background vocals:
The Imperials (gospel/CCM group) (on 1971-05-16)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Music (in 1971)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (on 1971-05-16)
cover recording of:
Winter Wonderland (on 1971-05-16)
lyricist:
Richard B. Smith (wrote lyrics to “Winter Wonderland”)
composer:
Felix Bernard
publisher:
Bregman, Vocco & Conn, Inc., EMI Music (do not use as release label! this is a music publisher), Francis, Day & Hunter, Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin), WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (until 2019-05-28) and WC Music Corp. (from 2019-05-28 to present)
2:17
A5The Wonderful World of Christmas
engineer:
Al Pachucki
background vocals:
The Imperials Quartet (gospel/CCM group) (on 1971-05-16)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Music (in 1971)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (on 1971-05-16)
recording of:
The Wonderful World of Christmas (on 1971-05-16)
writer:
Al Frisch and Charles Tobias (Tin Pan Alley songwriter)
publisher:
Ched Music Corp., Cromwell Music, Inc. and Myra Music Co.
1:55
A6It Won't Seem Like Christmas (Without You)
engineer:
Al Pachucki
background vocals:
The Imperials Quartet (gospel/CCM group) (on 1971-05-15)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Music (in 1971)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (on 1971-05-15)
recording of:
It Won’t Seem Like Christmas (Without You) (on 1971-05-15)
lyricist and composer:
J.A. Balthrop
publisher:
Bob Wes Music, Cherry River Music, Elvis Presley Music and R&H Music
2:38
B1I'll Be Home on Christmas Day
engineer:
Al Pachucki
bass:
Norbert Putnam (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
drums (drum set):
Kenny Buttrey (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16), Jerry Carrigan (US drummer) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16) and Larry Londin (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
guitar:
James Burton (guitarist) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16) and Chip Young (Amercian session guitarist, bass, producer in the genre of country) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
harmonica:
Charlie McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
organ:
Charlie McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16) and Glen Spreen (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
percussion:
Larry Londin (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16) and Charlie McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
piano:
David Briggs (English organist and composer) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
background vocals:
The Imperials (gospel/CCM group) (on 1971-05-16)
vocals:
Ginger Holladay (American singer-songwriter) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16), The Imperials (gospel/CCM group) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16), Millie Kirkham (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16) and Temple Riser (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Music (in 1971)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16, on 1971-05-16)
recording of:
I’ll Be Home on Christmas Day (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
lyricist and composer:
Tony Macaulay
publisher:
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), Oten Music and R&H Music
recording of:
I’ll Be Home on Christmas Day (on 1971-05-16)
lyricist and composer:
Tony Macaulay
publisher:
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), Oten Music and R&H Music
cover recording of:
I’ll Be Home for Christmas
lyricist:
Kim Gannon
additional writer:
Buck Ram
composer:
Walter Kent
publisher:
Chappell Music Ltd., Edward B. Marks Music Co. (founded originally as J. Stern & Co. in 1894, renamed in 1919), Gannon and Kent Music Co., Piedmont Music Company, ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) and ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部
33:46
B2If I Get Home on Christmas Day
engineer:
Al Pachucki
background vocals:
The Imperials (gospel/CCM group) (on 1971-05-15)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Music (in 1971)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States
recording of:
If I Get Home on Christmas Day (on 1971-05-15)
lyricist and composer:
Michael Jarrett (70s US artist, songwriter for Elvis)
publisher:
Gladys Music
2:50
B3Holly Leaves and Christmas Trees
engineer:
Al Pachucki
bass:
Norbert Putnam (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
drums (drum set):
Kenny Buttrey (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16), Jerry Carrigan (US drummer) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16) and Larry Londin (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
guitar:
James Burton (guitarist) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16) and Chip Young (Amercian session guitarist, bass, producer in the genre of country) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
harmonica:
Charlie McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
organ:
Charlie McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16) and Glen Spreen (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
percussion:
Larry Londin (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16) and Charlie McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
piano:
David Briggs (English organist and composer) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
background vocals:
The Imperials (gospel/CCM group) (on 1971-05-15)
vocals:
Ginger Holladay (American singer-songwriter) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16), The Imperials (gospel/CCM group) (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16), Millie Kirkham (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16) and Temple Riser (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Music (in 1971)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (on 1971-05-15, from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
recording of:
Holly Leaves and Christmas Trees (on 1971-05-15)
writer:
Glen Spreen and Red West
publisher:
R&H Music
recording of:
Holly Leaves and Christmas Trees (from 1971-05-15 until 1971-05-16)
writer:
Glen Spreen and Red West
publisher:
R&H Music
42:12
B4Merry Christmas Baby
engineer:
Al Pachucki
bass:
Norbert Putnam (on 1971-05-15)
drums (drum set):
Kenny Buttrey (on 1971-05-15), Jerry Carrigan (US drummer) (on 1971-05-15) and Larry Londin (on 1971-05-15)
guitar:
James Burton (guitarist) (on 1971-05-15) and Chip Young (Amercian session guitarist, bass, producer in the genre of country) (on 1971-05-15)
harmonica:
Charlie McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (on 1971-05-15)
organ:
Charlie McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (on 1971-05-15) and Glen Spreen (on 1971-05-15)
percussion:
Larry Londin (on 1971-05-15) and Charlie McCoy (white blues harmonica player, 1960s-present) (on 1971-05-15)
piano:
David Briggs (English organist and composer) (on 1971-05-15)
solo guitar:
Eddie Hinton (on 1971-05-15)
vocals:
Ginger Holladay (American singer-songwriter) (on 1971-05-15), The Imperials (gospel/CCM group) (on 1971-05-15), Millie Kirkham (on 1971-05-15) and Temple Riser (on 1971-05-15)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (on 1971-05-15)
cover recording of:
Merry Christmas Baby (on 1971-05-15)
writer:
Lou Baxter and Johnny Moore (US blues guitarist, Three Blazers)
publisher:
Anne-Rachel Music Corp., St. Louis Music Corp., Unichappell Music, Inc. and Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
45:45
B5Silver Bells
engineer:
Al Pachucki
background vocals:
The Imperials (gospel/CCM group) (on 1971-05-15)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Music (in 1971)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (on 1971-05-15)
cover recording of:
Silver Bells (on 1971-05-15)
lyricist and composer:
Ray Evans (US lyricist) and Jay Livingston
publisher:
Famous Music (renamed since 2007-05 as Sony/ATV Harmony/Melody), Famous Music Publishing Limited, Jay Livingston Music Inc., Paramount Music Corporation and Sony/ATV Harmony (in 1950)
2:27