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Mahalia Jackson – Silent Night: Songs for Christmas

Sometimes, it’s not about the notes someone sings, about their purity and quality and intrinsic meaningfulness. Sometimes, it’s about the pauses.

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A Christmas Gift for You From Philles Records

What more can be said about an album that countless rock critics have named the greatest Christmas record of all time? No Christmas record has been lauded as much as A Christmas Gi

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Doris Day – The Doris Day Christmas Album

Pianist Oscar Levant once famously quipped that he “knew Doris Day before she was a virgin.

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The Ramsey Lewis Trio – Sound of Christmas

How do you actually create something that sounds like Christmas music? It’s probably a question that has vexed all those Christmas record hopefuls that have tried to create b

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Julie Andrews – The Secret of Christmas

The concept of the “overproduced” record is an interesting one.

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The Kingston Trio – Last Month of the Year

The Kingston Trio is, quite straightforwardly, the most important band in the history of music that people don’t normally know about.

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A Music Box Christmas: Enchanting 19th-Century Music Boxes from the Collection of Rita Ford

The fantastic thing about recording technology is that it allows us to travel in time.

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Louvin Brothers – Christmas With The Louvin Brothers

The album Christmas With The Louvin Brothers surely must have sounded incredibly old-fashioned in 1961.

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Strictly Parang: The Best of Trinidad Parang

The history of recorded Christmas music is full of disparate traditions.

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The Carpenters – Christmas Portrait

Richard Carpenter and Karen Carpenter of the Carpenters were born in 1946 and 1950 respectively. In the mid-fifties they were no more than 10 and 6 years old.

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