Hi Jessica I haven't been by in awhile hope you have been well : I love all of these tunes and have many almost all on cd They just make me so happy to listen too!! Hope you have blessed Thanksgiving holiday!! I heart Dean and Frank!
As it turns out, popular groups recording holiday albums really is not just a modern trend. For cozy, comforting December music, these familiar groups and their great recordings are where you want to go. It was back in the 40's and 50's when Bing and the sisters got together and recorded 6 Christmas songs for Decca records, which historically have become some of the most celebrated holiday recordings of all time.
I looked through all of my vintage songbooks and hymnals I love to buy them to decorate with and scanned the most popular Christmas songs to share as free printables. You can print them on any paper and they will still have a slightly aged look. But if you really want them to look like the real deal, I recommend printing them on parchment paper.
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Here is an eclectic hodgepodge of Christmas song performances from decades pasts ranging from Dutch prog rock to The Brady Bunch. Some are strange, some are sad, all are worth a watch…. Andy Williams discovered Claudine Longet stranded on the side of the road in Vegas.
I am so excited to be able to share some beautiful Vintage Christmas Sheet Music that I found with you in preparation for this season. I am the type of person that could listen to Christmas music all year long. To download and print, click on the link to visit the original source for each image.
It has remained a yuletide evergreen ever since and is a must have for warm, family Christmas holiday celebrations. You can order online at www. For recordings this antique, the sound quality is amazing and I can think of no better way of ensuring a cool Yule and a swinging Christmas.
The holiday season is the most nostalgic time of year, so it only makes sense that the most popular Christmas songs are from the s and '50s. To really put a retro spin on the season, we gathered up 15 songs from even earlier—the '10s, '20s, and '30s. And while they might not be coming directly out of a record player, they're sure to put you in a very merry sepia-tinted mood.
Aside from Mariah Carey, few modern artists have been able to release a classic Christmas song. Back when people actually bought albums, Christmas releases were reliable money-makers for popular acts: cheap to put together, with demand baked in by the season. But for fans of the genre, they were a source of comfort, and for those in the music industry, a rare easy win.