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A Very Special Christmas (album)

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Released  October 12, 1987
Producer  Jimmy Iovine
Release date  12 October 1987
Label  A&M Records
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Length  50:57 (Original version) 51:11 (Revised version)
A Very Special Christmas (1987)  A Very Special Christmas 2 (1992)
Genres  Christmas music, Children's music
Similar  A Very Special Christma, Creedence Clearwater Revival, A Very Special Christma, A Very Special Christma, A Christmas Gift for Yo

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A Very Special Christmas is the first in the A Very Special Christmas series of Christmas-themed compilation albums produced to benefit Special Olympics. The album was released in 1987, and production was overseen by Jimmy Iovine for A&M Records. A Very Special Christmas has also raised millions of dollars for the Special Olympics. The cover artwork was designed by Keith Haring.

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On January 16, 1998, the album was certified quadruple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America for shipment of four million copies in the United States.

As of November 2014, A Very Special Christmas is the nineteenth best-selling Christmas/holiday album in the United States during the SoundScan era of music sales tracking (March 1991 – present), having sold 2,520,000 copies according to SoundScan.

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Track listing

  • On later pressings of the album, "Back Door Santa" was replaced with "I Wish Every Day Could Be Like Christmas", also by Bon Jovi.
  • Also, on later pressings of the album, a spoken introduction on The Pretenders' "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas", presumably by a young child, was omitted.
  • Songs

    1Santa Claus Is Coming to TownThe Pointer Sisters3:23
    2Winter WonderlandEurythmics
    3Do You Hear What I HearWhitney Houston3:33

    References

    A Very Special Christmas (album) Wikipedia


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