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A Merry Christmas with Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters (Remastered)


Download links and information about A Merry Christmas with Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters (Remastered) by Bing Crosby, Andrews Sisters, The. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Pop, Traditional Pop Music genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 57:34 minutes.

Artist: Bing Crosby, Andrews Sisters, The
Release date: 2000
Genre: Pop, Traditional Pop Music
Tracks: 20
Duration: 57:34
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No. Title Length
1. Happy Holiday 2:27
2. Jing-A-Ling, Jing-A-Ling (featuring Vic Schoen And His Orchestra, Vic Schoen) 2:55
3. Twelve Days of Christmas 3:22
4. The First Snowfall (featuring JUD CONLON'S RHYTHMAIRES, Buddy Cole) 3:07
5. I'd Like to Hitch a Ride With Santa Claus 3:01
6. Poppa Santa Claus 3:14
7. You're All I Want for Christmas 3:12
8. The Christmas Tree Angel (featuring Vic Schoen) 3:09
9. Santa Claus Is Coming to Town 2:41
10. O Fir Tree Dark (featuring Victor Young, The Ken Darby Singers) 3:03
11. Christmas Candles 2:41
12. Jingle Bells 2:35
13. Christmas In Killarney 2:44
14. Winter Wonderland 2:41
15. Here Comes Santa Claus (featuring Vic Schoen And His Orchestra, Vic Schoen) 3:02
16. Looks Like a Cold, Cold Winter (featuring Sonny Burke And His Orchestra, Sonny Burke) 3:06
17. Merry Christmas Polka 2:52
18. Mele Kalikimaka 2:54
19. Is Christmas Only a Tree (featuring Buddy Cole) 2:14
20. Christmas Island (featuring Guy Lombardo, His Royal Canadians) 2:34



Bing Crosby’s collaborations with The Andrews Sisters resulted in some of the most spirited, smile-inducing recordings of his long and productive career. This 20-track album gathers together their six holiday-themed collaborations, interspersed with songs recorded by Bing and the Sisters separately. From must-have hits like “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” and “Jingle Bells” to lesser-known gems like “Poppa Santa Claus” and “Merry Christmas Polka,” there’s plenty of sparkling vocal interplay and general good cheer to be found in these selections. “The Twelve Days of Christmas” is a particular high point, with Patty, LaVerne, and Maxene Andrews blending with Bing to create a swirling parfait of sound. On his own, Crosby offers yuletide numbers that are by turns sentimental (“O Fir Tree Dark,” “Is Christmas Only a Tree”), nostalgic (“Christmas in Killarney”), and smoothly swinging (“Looks Like a Cold, Cold Winter”). The Andrews Sisters come through with stylish renditions of such tunes as “The Christmas Tree Angel,” “Winter Wonderland,” and the tropical-accented “Christmas Island.”