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Christmas on the Bandstand: Best of the Big Bands
     

Christmas on the Bandstand: Best of the Big Bands

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Christmas on the Bandstand is an entertaining, budget-priced, 12-track collection of swinging big band interpretations of classic holiday tunes, including Duke Ellington's "Jingle Bells," Les Brown's "The Christmas Song" and "Sleigh Ride in July," Woody Herman's "Let

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Christmas on the Bandstand is an entertaining, budget-priced, 12-track collection of swinging big band interpretations of classic holiday tunes, including Duke Ellington's "Jingle Bells," Les Brown's "The Christmas Song" and "Sleigh Ride in July," Woody Herman's "Let It Snow! Let It Snow!" and Harry James' "White Christmas."

Product Details

Release Date:
08/23/1994
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0074646415627
catalogNumber:
64156

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Doris Day   Vocals
Peggy Lee   Vocals,Track Performer
Brown   Track Performer
Harry James   Track Performer
Jack Haskell   Vocals
Duke Ellington   Track Performer
Harry Babbitt   Vocals
Gordon Drake   Vocals
Ish Kabibble   Vocals
Art Lund   Vocals
Johnny MacAfee   Vocals
Sully Mason   Vocals
Marion Morgan   Vocals
Ginny Simms   Vocals
Benny Goodman & His Orchestra   Track Performer
Sammy Kaye & His Orchestra   Track Performer
Woody Herman & His Orchestra   Track Performer
Eddy Duchin & His Orchestra   Track Performer
Kay Kyser & His Orchestra   Track Performer
Harry Babbitt & The Campus Kids   Vocals
Kaydets   Vocals

Technical Credits

Will Friedwald   Liner Notes
Nedra Olds-Neal   Reissue Producer
Tony Sellari   Art Direction
James Pierpont   Composer

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Christmas on the Bandstand: Best of the Big Bands 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an essential album for your Christmas music collection, but take note that not ALL the songs on the collection are Christmas; some are just geared toward the Winter season, and could be applied to January-March, also.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is my favourite Christmas CD -- without all the cliched junk, only engaging Big Band tunes