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A Merry Christmas 1940s (2004)

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A Merry 1940s Christmas (2004)

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01. A Merry American Christmas - Kate Smith
02. When You Trim Your Christmas Tree - Les Brown and His Orchestra (Vocals by Jack Haskell)
03. Here Comes Santa Claus - Gene Autry and Vocal Group
04. The First Noel/Angels from the Realms of Glory - Richard Keys Biggs
05. Christmas Dreaming (A Little Early This Year) - Frank Sinatra
06. Little Jack Frost Get Lost - Frankie Carle and His Orchestra (Vocals by Marjorie Hughes)
07. Blue Christmas - Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra and Choir
08. Baby. It’s Cold Outside - Pearl Bailey and Hot Lips Page
09. White Christmas - Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra (Vocals by Garry Stevens)
10. Ol’ Saint Nicholas - Doris Day
11. Adeste Fideles (O Come, All Ye Faithful) - Lyn Murray Singers
12. Winter Wonderland - Buddy Clark with The Girl Friends
13. I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm - Les Brown and His Band of Renown
14. All I Want for Christmas (Is My Two Front Teeth) - Mary Kaye Trio
15. Ave Maria - Hour of Charm All Girl Orchestra and Choir
16. The Merry Christmas Polka - Dinah Shore with Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires play
17. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (From Meet Me In St. Louis) - Frank Sinatra
18. Winter Weather - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (Vocals by Art Lund and Peggy Lee)
19. Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer - Gene Autry and The Pinafores
20. I’ll Be Home for Christmas - Jerry Wayne
21. The Skaters (Les Patineurs) - Al Goodman and His Orchestra
22. The Jingle Bell Polka – Modernaires Featuring Hal Dickinson
23. The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas to You) - Les Brown and His Orchestra (Vocals by Doris Day)
24. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! - Woody Herman and His Orchestra
25. Auld Lang Syne - Tommy Tucker Time
(Vocals by Don Brown, Kerwin Somerville and The Three Two-Timers) play
26. What Are You Doing New Year's Eve? - Kay Kyser and His Orchestra
(Vocals by Harry Babbitt and The Campus Kids)

 

Christmas always has been and always will be an important holiday, but during the ’40s it took on a special meaning. For some, it meant the cessation of hostilities and a chance for a good meal; for others, it was the time of the year when the pangs for a missing loved one were particularly acute. And as always, Christmas meant a celebration of spirit, family and—most importantly during that momentous decade—hope. We’ve collected 25 of the most beloved holiday-themed recordings from the ’40s for your listening enjoyment—we daresay they’ll make your 21st-century Christmas celebrations a little brighter.

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