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The Merriest of Christmas Pops
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RCA Victor LSP-2032

Esquivel:
" White Chistmas"

The Skip Jacks with Esquivel:
"The Christmas Song"

Mimi Hines with Ray Martin:
"I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus"

Ray Martin:
"Winter Wonderland"

The Skip Jacks with Esquivel:
"Here Comes Santa Claus"

Mimi Hines with Ray Martin:
"Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer"

Esquivel:
"Frosty the Snow Man"

Ray Martin:
"I'll Be Home for Christmas"

Mimi Hines with Ray Martin:
"All I Want for Christmas"

Esquivel:
"Blue Christmas"

Mimi Hines with Ray Martin:
"Santa Baby"

Esquivel:
"Santa Claus is Comin' to Town"


As long as there are Christmases to celebrate, there will be songs to enjoy and hear
again and again.  This album brings together a dozen of the most popular yuletide
favorites.  It's a prize-package collection of Christmas mirth and sentiment
gift-wrapped for your holiday pleasure by a top-notch group of RCA Victor artists.

All of your light Christmas favorites are here.  The moods range from the mellow
nostalgia of White Christmas to the nonsense of All I Want for Christmas (Is My
Two Front Teeth)
.  For lilting melody there is Winter Wonderland and the lyrical
Christmas Song.  For sheer good humor there is the bright and bouncy Santa Claus
Is Comin' to Town.

Two latter-day holiday heroes - Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and Frosty the
Snowman -
are present and accounted for, as is the saucy Santa Baby.  And, of
course, we mustn't forget that famous yuletide exposť, I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa
Claus.

These are the songs without which Christmas just wouldn't seem like Christmas.
Retaining their appeal through each suceeding season, they are indeed THE
MERRIEST OF CHRISTMAS POPS.

© by Radio Corporation of America, 1959.









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