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Xmas in My Heart
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Rock, Classical, Broadway & Vocalists
Digitally remastered edition of this holiday release. Originally released in 1959 under the title Christmas In My Heart, this album proved its longevity by being making regular appearances on the holiday charts over the n... more »
Digitally remastered edition of this holiday release. Originally released in 1959 under the title Christmas In My Heart, this album proved its longevity by being making regular appearances on the holiday charts over the next five or six years. Indeed, so popular was the album it was subsequently reissued in 1966 as Connie's Christmas. At the time of its original release, Connie was the leading female singer of the day and, some five decades later, still vies with Madonna for the title of the best selling female artist of all time.
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Not as Comprehensive as other releases
M. D. Baker | London | 10/19/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The music on this CD is wonderful, but you are better off buying Connie Francis "The Christmas Album" which has 15 tracks. All of the other Connie Xmas releases have 10, 12 or 13 tracks from her Xmas repetoire - "The Christmas Album" has the full 15 tracks so buy that one instead."
I grew up LOVING this album
Suzanne | Potomac, MD United States | 11/20/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Connie Francis is probably my favorite female singer as far as christmas music goes. My grandmother and mother loved her and I just grew up listening to it as well. All her Chrismtas songs were just beautiful. I highly recommend it - perfect for this time of year!"
Music Fan | 12/07/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Connie's Christmas CD, whatever the title, is a classic. A beautiful compilation of Christmas songs sung by this great singer. In Connie's long career, it is a shame that she recorded only one Christmas LP. With her penchant for languages and her international fame and talent, a Christmas CD consisting of songs from around the world would have been a triumph. Just think, Connie singing Silent Night in German, Io Bambino in Italian, etc. Connie's Christmas hit, Baby's First Christmas, was not included in the original Christmas LP as the LP was recorded a few years before the hit. It has been included on some later CD compilations of her Christmas music. I believe the original Christmas LP was recorded in the summer of 1959 at the famed Abbey Road studio."