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A Very Merry Christmas

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Released  October 1964
Producer  Robert Morgan
Artist  Bobby Vinton
Label  Epic Records
Length  31:26
A Very Merry Christmas (1964)  Mr. Lonely (1964)
Release date  October 1964
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Genres  Christmas music, Pop music
Similar  Kissin' Christmas: The Bobb, Bobby Vinton Sings for, Drive‑In Movie Time, Bobby Vinton Sings Sat, Bobby Vinton Sings the

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A Very Merry Christmas was Bobby Vinton's ninth studio album and first Christmas album, released in October 1964. Vinton had released a four-track Christmas EP which entered the charts the previous year, containing none of the tracks included on A Very Merry Christmas. Due to Billboard editorial policy, it was held off the regular Billboard LP listings. It reached #13 on a Christmas version of the Billboard Hot 200 list of popular albums. The CD, not currently in print, is a valuable collectors' item. Some of the tracks are available on the in-print disc Kissin' Christmas.

Contents

There were two singles to come from this album: "The Bell That Couldn't Jingle" and "Dearest Santa".

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Personnel

  • Robert Morgan - producer
  • Stan Applebaum - arranger, conductor
  • Ray Ellis - arranger, conductor
  • Hugo Winterhalter - arranger, conductor
  • Charts

    Album – Billboard (North America)

    Singles – Billboard (North America)

    Songs

    1Christmas Chopsticks2:15
    2The Bell That Couldn't Jingle2:23
    3Do You Hear What I Hear2:56

    References

    A Very Merry Christmas Wikipedia


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