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Chart of the top 100 Christmas albums 2019 is updated daily. Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album, Vol. 2 Glee Cast. Tracks, Songs: 12. Genre: Holiday. Release Date: November 15, 2011. A Motown Christmas Various Artists. Tracks, Songs: 25. Genre: Christmas: R&B. Release Date: September 25, 1973.
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Various Artists - Not the Christmas Album (2004). Various Artists-Now That's What I Call a Christmas Album (2008). Various Artists - 100 Hits (Christmas, 2009).
Various Artists, ‘A Christmas Record’. This album, originally released by ZE Records in 1981, is a collection of experimental, alternative, and new-wave takes on Christmas. Various Artists, ‘Where Will You Be Christmas Day?’ Compiling twenty-four recordings from 78 rpm records cut between 1917 and 1959, this album includes blues, folk, gospel, calypso, and weird Americana. There's a few artists you may know: it's hard to beat Lead Belly getting excited that "Christmas Is A-Coming" or Bessie Smith wailing "At the Christmas Ball. The title is a misnomer: this 2013 collection is cobbled together from a Jones Christmas album, a Wynette Christmas album, and some holiday duets they recorded while married in the early '70s. But the songs belong together, even if the singers didn't: two of country music's most beautiful voices taking turns singing lonely Christmas laments.
Various Artists, 'Christmas With The Rat Pack' (2006). Jimmy Iovine put together this all-star Christmas album to benefit the Special Olympics, calling on 1980s A-listers ike Run-DMC, U2, the Pretenders, the Eurythmics, Stevie Nicks, Whitney Houston and Madonna, and Bon Jovi. This first album was such a smash that the series expanded to 7+ volumes plus a live disc, but the original is the one you need. Nat "King" Cole, 'The Magic of Christmas' (1960).
This page shows the best-selling Christmas albums in the United States. It includes artists from all over the world, but it only includes sales in the United States of America. Prior to March 1, 1991, the only means of tracking sales figures for record albums and singles in the United States was via the certification system of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), based specifically on shipments (less potential returns) on a long-term basis.
CreditsAfter Hours - Primary Artist
L. Barnes - Composer
Bookie & the Boobs - Primary Artist
D. Brooks - Composer
Alfredo Bryan - Composer
William Chatterton Dix - Composer
Ray Evans - Composer
Vince Guaraldi - Composer
Oscar Hammerstein II - Composer
Jeff Harmon Jazz - Primary Artist
Joan Javits - Composer
Jazzafloozie - Primary Artist
Jazzin' - Primary Artist
John Michael O'Leary Jazz Ensemble - Primary Artist
J.R. - Primary Artist
Jay Livingston - Composer
Matt Kincaid - Primary Artist
Lee Mendelson - Composer
Joseph Mohr - Composer
Gina Moore - Primary Artist
Carlo Rodenberg - Primary Artist
Richard Rodgers - Composer
Barbara Santora - Primary Artist
Danny Schembre - Primary Artist
Soundscape - Primary Artist
Philip Springer - Composer
Tony Springer - Composer
L. Stock - Composer
I. Taylor - Composer
Mel Tormé - Composer
Robert Wells - Composer
|1||The Man With the Bag D. Brooks / I. Taylor||Jeff Harmon Jazz||4:08|
|2||Santa Baby Joan Javits / Philip Springer / Tony Springer||Jazzafloozie||3:08|
|3||Christmas Day is Really Here [Original]||John Michael O'Leary Jazz Ensemble||4:11|
|4||What Child is This William Chatterton Dix||Bookie & the Boobs||5:08|
|5||Cradle in Bethlehem Alfredo Bryan / L. Stock||Gina Moore||3:42|
|6||Jesus, Oh What a Wonderful Child L. Barnes||Carlo Rodenberg||5:08|
|7||The Christmas Song Mel Tormé / Robert Wells||Jazzin' / Barbara Santora||4:40|
|8||Silent Night Joseph Mohr||Matt Kincaid||2:17|
|9||Christmas Time is Here Vince Guaraldi / Lee Mendelson||After Hours||4:19|
|10||Silver Bells Ray Evans / Jay Livingston||J.R. / Danny Schembre||4:59|
|11||My Favorite Things Oscar Hammerstein II / Richard Rodgers||Soundscape||5:42|