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25th Day of December
     

The 25th Day of December

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by Bobby Darin
 

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Give Darin credit for choosing mostly American spirituals for this release, but he would have fallen flat on his back had he not been backed by the Bobby Scott Chorale on "Go Tell it on the Mountain," "Jehovah Hallelujah," and other rousing numbers. On the hymns, however, Darin is lost in syrupy arrangements.

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Give Darin credit for choosing mostly American spirituals for this release, but he would have fallen flat on his back had he not been backed by the Bobby Scott Chorale on "Go Tell it on the Mountain," "Jehovah Hallelujah," and other rousing numbers. On the hymns, however, Darin is lost in syrupy arrangements.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/29/1991
Label:
Atco
UPC:
0075679177223
catalogNumber:
91772

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Bobby Darin   Primary Artist,Vocals
Bobby Scott   Conductor,Choir, Chorus

Technical Credits

Pete Seeger   Composer
Franz Gruber   Composer
Yves Beauvais   Producer,Reissue Producer
Paul Campbell   Composer
Ahmet Ertegun   Producer
Ronnie Gilbert   Composer
Lee Hays   Composer
Fred Hellerman   Composer
Manny Kurtz   Composer
Bill Putnam   Engineer
Bobby Scott   Arranger,Liner Notes
John Reading   Composer
Frederick Oakeley   Composer
John Francis Wade   Composer
Joseph Mohr   Composer
Traditional   Composer
John W. Work   Composer
Frank Military   Composer
Frances Philip Military   Composer

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The 25th Day of December 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is my favorite Christmas album of all time. It is a beautiful and unique collection of traditional hymns and other spiritual Christmas music. A bonus track of Bobby's single "Christmas Auld Lang Syne" is also included, and although it was not part of the original album, it's a great ending to this wonderful CD.