Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
A1 White Christmas Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians 3:45
A2 It's Christmas Time Again Bing Crosby And Fred Waring 2:50
A3 Go Tell It on the Mountain Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby And Fred Waring 3:22
A4 An Old-Fashioned Christmas Frank Sinatra, Fred Waring 3:44
A5 When Angels Sang of Peace Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians 2:56
A6 The Little Drummer Boy Frank Sinatra and Fred Waring 3:03
B1 I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day Frank Sinatra and Fred Waring 2:35
B2 Do You Hear What I Hear Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians 3:10
B3 The Secret of Christmas Bing Crosby And Fred Waring 3:45
B4 The Twelve Days of Christmas Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians 3:50
B5 Christmas Candles Bing Crosby And Fred Waring 2:32
B6 We Wish You the Merriest Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra And Fred Waring 2:15

Credits

12" Vinyl 1

arranger:
Frederic Austin (1909) (track B4)
Jack Halloran (track A6)
Dick Reynolds (musician, songwriter, and trombonist best known as arranger for the Four Freshmen) (track A6)
composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks A3, B4)
Irving Berlin (1938 – 1940) (track A1)
Katherine K. Davis (1941) (track A6)
Sammy Cahn (track A4)
Jimmy Van Heusen (track A4)
Les Brown (American big band & jazz musician) (track B6)
Johnny Marks (American songwriter) (track B1)
Gloria Shayne Baker (1962) (track B2)
lyricist:
John Wesley Work (John Wesley Work, Jr.) (track A3)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track B4)
Irving Berlin (1938 – 1940) (track A1)
Katherine K. Davis (1941) (track A6)
Noël Regney (1962) (track B2)
producer:
Sonny Burke (tracks A1–B6)
writer:
Sonny Burke (track A2)
Sammy Cahn (track B3)
Jay Clinton (track B5)
John Dolph (track A5)
John Elliot (1914-1972 US film songwriter mostly Westerns, aka Jack Ellott) (track A2)
James K. Harwood (songwriter) (track A2)
Dean Kay (track B5)
Vincent O'Dea (track B5)
Jimmy Van Heusen (track B3)
Tom Waring (track A5)
Henry Onorati (1958) (track A6)
Harry Simeone (1958) (track A6)
publisher:
AF Encore Fund LLC (track B3)
Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher) (track A2)
Cahn Music Company (track B3)
Chappell Music Ltd. (track B1)
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships) (track A1)
EMI Mills Music (ASCAP-affiliated) (track A6)
Jewel Music Publishing Co., Inc. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track B2)
Leo Feist, Inc. (track B3)
M. Witmark & Sons (track B5)
Shawnee Press Inc. (tracks A3, A5, B4)
WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (track A4)
Warner/Chappell Music Ltd. (1996–2019) (track A1)
Irving Berlin Music Company (1940 –) (track A1)
Belwin-Mills Publishing Corp. (1955) (track A6)
Mills Music, Inc. (1964) (track A6)
part of:
Academy Award for Best Original Song (number: 15) (order: 9) (track A1)
arrangements:
Do You Hear What I Hear? (arr. Simone, orch. Volpi) (track B2)
Go, Tell It On The Mountain (Arranged by Charlie Peacock and Scott Denté) (track A3)
Go, Tell It on the Mountain (catch-all for arrangements) (track A3)
Go, Tell it on the Mountain (piano arr. Baldwin) (track A3)
Little Drummer Boy (arr. McCarthy) (track A6)
The Twelve Days of Christmas (arr. John Rutter) (track B4)
The Twelve Days of Christmas (arr. Geoffrey Keating) (track B4)
cover recording of:
White Christmas (track A1)
is based on:
Christmas Bells (track B1)
[untitled] (traditional Czech carol, became “Carol of the Drums”) (track A6)
is the basis for:
A rum a dum dum (track A6)
Little Drummer Boy (track A6)
Sing O’Alleluia (track B2)
later parody versions:
Rapapapam (track A6)
The Little Drum Machine Boy (Aqua Teen Hunger Force version) (track A6)
慈祥鵬過聖誕 (track B4)
銀白聖誕 (track A1)
later translated parody versions:
Pot pourri de Noël (François Pérusse) (track B2)
later translated versions:
Der Kleine Trommler (track A6)
Ej, stāsti kalnos, lejās (Latvian version of "Go Tell It on the Mountain") (track A3)
L'enfant au tambour (track A6)
Noël blanc (track A1)
Pieni rumpali (track A6)
Rap jul (track A1)
Tolv dagar i jola (track B4)
Valkea joulu (track A1)
Weiße Weihnacht (track A1)
White Christmas (Maburaho) (track A1)
Wit kerstfeest (track A1)
ホワイトクリスマス (Tomoko Nakayama’s translation) (track A1)
later versions:
Little Drummer Boy (Poema version of the carol) (track A6)
The Twelve Days of Christmas (Cahn/Van Heusen lyric version, introduced by Frank Sinatra in 1968) (track B4)
Twelve Days of Christmas (Ye Banished Privateers version) (track B4)
recording of:
Christmas Candles (track B5)
The Secret of Christmas (1959 Christmas song from "Say One for Me") (track B3)
Carol of the Drum (aka “The Little Drummer Boy”) (1964-06-16) (track A6)
referred to in medleys:
Mix 4 (The Best Xmas Party Ever!) (order: 1) (track A1)
Happy Holiday / White Christmas (order: 2) (track A1)
Mix 3 (The Best Xmas Party Ever!) (order: 3) (track A6)
Medley (Christmas with Frank Ferrari) (order: 5) (track A1)
Mix 3 (The Best Xmas Party Ever!) (order: 6) (track B2)

Release Group

Allmusic:https://www.allmusic.com/album/mw0001229113 [info]
Wikidata:Q4548728 [info]