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Anmeldelse : For All Mankind, sesong 1. Skjerm med surroundbilde Philips ultrabrede skjerm plasserer deg midt i handlingen, enten det er spill, film eller regneark. Melody has similar chord progression to the Cole Porter jazz standard " Night and Day ". Both instrumental and vocal versions were recorded by Guaraldi. Recharted in Dave Barnes with Hillary Scott. Lady Gaga featuring Space Cowboy. Also made these other Billboard music charts with peak positions shown : Adult Contemporary No.
From the film National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. Written by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil. Hit the Adult Contemporary chart in Five for Fighting featuring Jim Brickman. B-side to her single "This Time of the Year". Charted for 1 week in Originally issued on Enigma Records with picture sleeve and also a special picture disc issue, both 7". Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton. From the album Once Upon a Christmas. Aimee Mann with Michael Penn. Also used in the film Hard Eight.
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Features Richie McDonald former lead singer of Lonestar on lead vocals. Written by Steve Allen. Also made these other Billboard music charts with peak positions shown : Adult Top 40 No. Commander Cody. Lonely ", as a back-to-back promotional single with a text sleeve. From Cole's album The Magic of Christmas. First entered Billboard 's Hot chart at position No. From the album Mannheim Steamroller Christmas.
From the animated movie Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas. Medley of two ancient Welsh and English folk carols. From the album Wishes: A Holiday Album. A benefit recording by an all-star group to assist famine relief in Ethiopia ; organized by Bob Geldof of the British rock band The Boomtown Rats. A Christmas No. Record for the Glee season 3 episode " Extraordinary Merry Christmas ". Featuring backing by Ralph Carmichael 's chorus and orchestra. Originally recorded by the Harry Simeone Chorale in , which peaked at No.
Featuring orchestration by Joe Reisman. Where Is Santa Claus? Featuring orchestration by Mark Jeffrey. Featuring vocals by Stanley Worth. From the album Merry Christmas Have a Nice Life. Written by Vangelis. From Jon's Christmas album 3 Ships. Jim Brickman featuring Olivia Jade Archbold.
Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius. Reached 91 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. Johnny Otis Orchestra with Little Esther. Written by Ray Davies of the Kinks. With the Sid Feller orchestra. Contemporary version of the traditional English Christmas carol that peaked at No.
Also charted on the country and pop charts in , and re-charted in and The song was also re-recorded and further popularized by Jimmy Durante in a TV special of the same name.
Originally the B-side of the 45 rpm of " Russians " in , it was later included on the holiday compilation album A Very Special Christmas. Features Collin Raye and Susan Ashton on lead vocals.
Peaked on 5 in Billboard's Christmas survey. The B-side of the pop song "Let Us Love". Williams in , and inspired her to record a full-length holiday album the following year.
Also charted by Little Big Town From the album Garth Brooks and the Magic of Christmas. Traditional Christmas carol recorded by hundreds of artists, including MercyMe From his Christmas album. Contains a portion of "Silent Night". Made the Cashbox Top in Written by Randy Brooks. Originally recorded in , new versions were released in and The song hit No. From the album Acoustic Hearts of Winter. Also used in the film The Santa Clause 3.
David Foster featuring Natalie Cole. Hit the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. Backing music is "Silent Night"; issued with 2 different picture sleeves.
Written by Rodgers and Hammerstein. Official song of the Christmas Seals campaign. From the album Harry for the Holidays. First entered Billboard 's Hot chart on the week ending December 14, , peaking at No.
From the album Alone. Written by Gordon Jenkins. Also recorded by Nat King Cole Written by John Lennon and Yoko Ono. The Herald Angels Sing ". Featuring orchestration by Georgie Stoll. Louis starring Garland.
The version by Smith was the first to chart on the Billboard Hot in that chart's entire history. Kenny Rogers featuring Jennifer Nettles. Bubbled under the Hot in Carnie and Wendy Wilson. From the album Hey Santa!
An adaptation of "Jingle Bells". Straight lounge-music cover of the Dead Kennedys song with jingling bells in the background and a "Merry Christmas" shoutout at the end. Made famous by Ives in the holiday television special Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer , albeit with a different recording than the one that gained popularity as a single. From the album Home for Christmas. Not to be confused with " I'll Be Home for Christmas ".
From the album Honky Tonk Christmas. From the science fiction film Santa Claus Conquers the Martians. With the Arthur Norman choir and orchestra. Written by Arnold Sundgaard and Alec Wilder. Goulet's version reached No. Written by Greg Lake and Peter Sinfield. Written and recorded by Guryan as a demo in , and also released as a single by Claudine Longet that year. Covered by Saint Etienne for a fan club single. Novelty song first released in Charted briefly on Billboard magazine's Hot Singles Sales chart in Recharted in and Written by John Rox.
Features orchestration by Norman Leyden. Released during the height of the Eddie Fisher craze. B-side to the Bon Jovi song " Keep the Faith ". Remake of the UK hit by Wizzard. Yogi Yorgesson with the Johnny Duffy Trio. Written by Yorgesson under his real name, Harry Stewart. Charted on the Billboard Hot and Adult Contemporary charts in Les Brown 's instrumental hit version was recorded in , but didn't become a million-selling top 10 song until late and early Written by Red West.
From the album A Christmas Present. Reissued as an A-side in December , reaching No. Written by Barry White. Also a hit for Barbra Streisand in Written by Skip Ewing. From the album Christmas Worship. From the album Christmas Eve with Johnny Mathis. From the album Christmas with Ronnie Milsap. Later covered by Trace Adkins.
From the film Santa Claus: The Movie. Sammy Davis, Jr. Also recorded by the Jackie Gleason orchestra. From the album Barry Manilow Live. Written in by George Wyle and Edward Pola , and selected as the theme song for Christmas Seals in both and First entered Billboard 's Hot chart on the week ending January 7, , reaching the top 10 for the first time on the week ending December 29, , and peaking at No.
The most famous instrumental version is George Winston 's "Joy" from the album December. First made the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot chart on the week ending January 5, , reaching a peak of No.
First entered the Billboard Christmas Singles chart on the week ending December 19, , peaking at No. Instrumental composed by Bert Kaempfert and Herbert Rehbein. From the album Christmas in the Aire. First recorded by The Trinity Choir in From the album A Joyful Noise.
Taken from Black's holiday album, Looking for Christmas. Craig Morgan. New lyrics set to the melody of an old German folk song. Made its first appearance on a U. First version of song to make the Billboard Hot chart, peaking at No.
From the album Let It Be Christmas. Not the same song as " Let It Snow! Featuring backing vocals by the Norton Sisters. Spent six weeks at No. Frank Sinatra with The B. Swanson Quartet. Made the following Billboard music charts with peak positions shown : Holiday No. First entered Billboard 's Hot chart on the week ending December 15, , peaking at No. Spent five weeks at No. Ruby Wright. Hit various pop charts in Billboard and Music Vendor.
From the album Tell Me Why. Narrated by Brown, with female backing vocals by The Charmaines. Amos Milburn and his Aladdin Chicken-Shackers. With the Bob Crosby orchestra. From the film Holiday Inn. Single available only as a cassette. With the Gene Garf orchestra; charted for one week on the Billboard Christmas charts. With the Hank Levine orchestra. Spoken-word record featuring a little girl who narrates a letter to Santa Claus about her brother Tommy, who is killed in Vietnam.
Quite controversial at the time, the record went to No. Little is known about Becky except for the fact that she was five years old at the time of the recording; the B-side, "Go to Sleep Little Lambs" is credited to Bill Lamb, presumably Becky's father. Covered by Nat King Cole in Written in by Katherine K.
Novelty song performed with the Ray Ellis Orchestra. Featured Tiny Webb on guitar and Joe Howard on tenor sax. Charted for 2 weeks on the Christmas Singles chart, peaking at No. B-side is "Loneliest Christmas Tree". Other popular versions recorded by Brenda Lee in and Dean Martin in Chad Mitchell Trio. Written by Tom Paxton. Kenny Rogers with Wynonna. Lyrics written in by Mark Lowry. Buddy Greene composed the music in Written by Jester Hairston.
Reed, and Christine Wiltshire. Spoken-word recording accompanied by " Auld Lang Syne " as its instrumental backing that peaked at No. Harrison was a New York City-based radio personality and disc jockey. Bing Crosby with The Andrews Sisters.
Later recorded by Johnny Mathis and Bette Midler B-side of single " I Wanna Live ". Johnny Moore's Three Blazers. Brown also recorded a hit solo remake of the song in Re-charted in , , , and Williams in From the album Gringo Honeymoon. A version by Montgomery Gentry also charted at No. Hit the Top 40 Mainstream chart in Novelty song which imagined Howard Cosell as Santa Claus. Covered by Margo Sylvia in Two versions of the song. The other is a satire of spending time with the family. Bobby Boris Pickett and the Crypt-Kickers.
Similar to Pickett's No. Song debuted in the South Park episode of the same name, has appeared in several others since. Written by Hal Moore and Bill Fredricks. First recorded by Mitch Miller and the Gang in Also covered by Bob Dylan in Includes elements of " The First Noel ".
Written by Tony Romeo. Originally written for the Broadway musical The Sound of Music. First released in ; charted for one week on the Billboard Christmas charts in First released on Briar Records in Re-issue on Kapp Records peaked at No.
Alabama with Gretchen Peters. Nicholas " with musical background orchestrated by Victor Salon. Originally released in Covered by Amy Grant in Nicholas " featuring a melody written by Johnny Marks and orchestration by Carl Cotner. Featuring orchestra and chorus conducted by Lew Douglas. Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops. Also a hit for the Berlin Symphony Orchestra and many others around the world.
Introduced in a stylized jazz-big band version by Les Brown in the album Concert Modern. Latter's version retitled "A Mad Russian's Christmas". Eartha Kitt released a version in with different lyrics titled "Nothin' for Christmas" with the same writer credits. Also covered by the rock group Smash Mouth.
Same melody as "Bagpiper's Carol" by The Mariners. Performed in the style of their hit " We're Not Gonna Take It ", while staying faithful to the carol's original words and melody. First appearance on a popular Christmas album was in by Fred Waring. Dion's version was featured as the leading song to her popular album These Are Special Times. On her album, " The Joyful Season ", it features Stafford accompanying herself as a vocal choir through the use of multitrack recording.
Also charted on Billboard 's Hot Singles Sales chart in , , and , peaking at No. The classic Franz Gruber carol sung in Gaelic. Later released as the main track on a three-song EP in , which was also the best-selling Christmas single in the U. From the album Twelve Songs of Christmas. Reached the Music Vendor Christmas chart the same year. Instrumental track that peaked at No. The Vincent Lopez Orchestra version peaked at No.
Originally performed on September 11, for Crosby's final holiday television special, Bing Crosby's Merrie Olde Christmas , and first released as a single in Also made Billboard 's Christmas Singles chart each December from to and again in both and , peaking at No. The Uniques. Recorded for Denver's Farewell Andromeda album; on original LP and single releases the song's title was displayed as simply "Please, Daddy".
Re-recorded for Denver's Rocky Mountain Christmas album in The song has been covered by other artists, such as Alan Jackson and The Decemberists Bill Anderson and The Po' Boys. Also charted on Billboard 's Christmas Singles chart, peaking at No. The original recording by Orbison was arranged by Bill Justis , with orchestra and chorus conducted by Ivor Raymonde.
Single available only as a bonus CD with the purchase of Rimes's studio album Blue at Target stores during the holiday season.
Parody of the traditional English song " Twelve Days of Christmas ". From the album Songs from the Wood. Written by Marvin Fisher and Gus Levene. Also recorded by Lawrence Welk and Fred Waring Written by Johnny Marks.
First entered the Billboard Hot singles chart at No. The single re-entered the Hot chart eight times in , , , , , , , and , eventually peaking at No. Spent eight weeks at No.
Autry recorded an updated version of the song in that featured orchestration by Carl Cotner, which peaked at No. First entered the Billboard Hot singles chart on the week ending December 15, , originally peaking at No. Spoken comedy record. Re-charted on the Hot Country Singles and Hot charts in Written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. A version by Dwight Yoakam peaked at No. George Hall and the Hotel Taft Orchestra.
Written in by Haven Gillespie and J. Fred Coots. Featuring backing vocals by the Merry Melody Singers. Title track from the album Santa Claus Lane. Also used in the movie The Santa Clause 2. Co-written by Grande. Made these Billboard charts with peak positions shown : Adult Contemporary No. Only single ever charted by this group on the Billboard Hot The song is a redneck style parody of " The Chipmunk Song ".
From the album Bring It On. Re-charted in from the various artists album A Christmas Collection. Vanessa L. Previously a No. Performed by Crosby in the film Say One for Me. Crosby re-recorded the song in for the album 12 Songs of Christmas.
Jim Brickman featuring Kristy Starling. Crosby's original hit version features the Victor Young Orchestra and backing vocals by the Guardsmen Quartet. Original instrumental recording; debuted and peaked at No. A popular version by Johnny Mathis backed by the Percy Faith Orchestra was an early recording of the vocal version, with lyrics written by Mitchell Parrish. First entered Billboard 's Hot chart on the week ending December 22, , peaking at No.
Medley with "Winter Wonderland"; peaked at No. B-side is "Christmas In Chicago". The third in a series of "Snoopy vs. The Red Baron" songs by the group. Charted for two weeks on the Billboard Christmas chart. Arranged by Skip Martin. B-side is "Christmas Is A-Comin'". Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra.
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