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Have a Holly Jolly Christmas

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Released  October 1965 (Album)
Length  29:28
Release date  1965
Label  Decca Records
Recorded  Brooklyn Studios
Artist  Burl Ives
Producer  Milt Gabler
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Genres  Christmas music, Pop music
Similar  Burl Ives albums, Christmas music albums

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Have a Holly Jolly Christmas is a Christmas album by American folk singer Burl Ives, first released by Decca Records in October 1965 (Recorded in November 1964).

Contents

Ives had recorded two of the songs ("A Holly Jolly Christmas" and "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer") the previous year on the Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer soundtrack. In both cases for this album, Ives re-recorded the tracks (he used a significantly different and slower arrangement for "A Holly Jolly Christmas;" of the two versions Ives recorded, the version on this album is the version more commonly heard on radio in modern times and also appeared on Regular Show episode White Elephant Gift Exchange where Muscle Man opens his present.).

Personnel

  • Burl Ives - lead vocals
  • Owen Bradley – director of chorus and orchestra
  • Songs

    1A Holly Jolly Christmas2:15
    2Christmas Is a Birthday2:43
    3Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town2:10

    References

    Have a Holly Jolly Christmas Wikipedia


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