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22 Merry Christmas Favorites
Lawrence Welk
22 Merry Christmas Favorites
Genres: World Music, Special Interest, Pop, Classical
 
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No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: WELK,LAWRENCE Title: 22 MERRY CHRISTMAS FAVORITES Street Release Date: 07/11/1998

      
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All Artists: Lawrence Welk
Title: 22 Merry Christmas Favorites
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Ranwood Records
Release Date: 8/25/1992
Genres: World Music, Special Interest, Pop, Classical
Styles: Europe, Eastern Europe, Holiday & Wedding, Easy Listening, Opera & Classical Vocal, Ballets & Dances, Polkas
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 014921702929

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No Description Available
No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Artist: WELK,LAWRENCE
Title: 22 MERRY CHRISTMAS FAVORITES
Street Release Date: 07/11/1998

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A Christmas Music Fanatic | Frederick, MD United States | 11/08/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The person who gave this CD 1 star is mistaken. This CD is perfectly legitimate Lawrence Welk, with all of the recordings coming from the 4-record set put out by Reader's Digest in 1969/1970, with the exception of "Christmas in Los Angeles". That's Norma Zimmer and Jimmy Roberts on "Silver Bells", Ralna English on "What Child is This", and so on. When I first got this CD, my principal regret was that it didn't include Jo Ann Castle's fabulous honky-tonk piano version of "Santa Claus is Coming to Town". Happily, that cut is included in the newly (re-?) released "Christmas Memories". Buy this CD, buy that CD, and buy "Jingle Bells", which includes a few more of the songs from the box LP set plus some different (though perfectly legitimate) versions of others, such as the Lennon Sisters' recording of "Merry Christmas from Our House to Your House". Don't bother with the 10-song CD "Merry Christmas from Our House to Your House", as it doesn't contain any songs/versions that aren't already covered on the other three. Sadly, there are still some songs from the box LP set that are conspicuously absent on any CD, and we can only hope that those will be included in a future release, or that the box LP set itself will be released in its entirety on CD. Some of the missing classics: "Twas the Night Before Christmas", "Christmas Dreaming", "I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day", "High on a Housetop", "Ho Ho Ho", "Here Comes Santa Claus", and "Let's Have an Old Fashioned Christmas" among others. Still, though I don't pretend to know how Ranwood went about selecting songs for these compilations (even "Jingle Bells" doesn't exactly match the LP - from the 50s? - by the same title), if you like Lawrence Welk (and I dare say even if you DON'T like his non-holiday stuff), you simply can't go wrong here. Light a fire, fix yourself a glass of eggnog, and listen to this wonderful CD as you watch the snow falling outside your window. Merry Christmas."
Very peaceful and enjoyable Christmas listening music.
heatherburg@yahoo.com | Mankato, Minnesota | 12/01/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Listening to the online musical samples for Lawrence Welk's 22 Merry Christmas Favorites has greatly inspired me. I am a large fan of Christmas music that I can play in the background while doing housework and hobbies. This is one C.D. I will be glad to add to my collection."
OUTSTANDING, BEAUTIFUL AND INSPIRING!
a viewer | antioch, tn United States | 11/25/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a premier Christmas CD!! It is absolutely inspiring with Lawrence Welk orchestrations and vocals that are so moving that I defy "Scrooge" to not like them. This is a true Christmas offering. As to the reviewer to said this was a "fraud", I'm sorry to say, she is sadly mistaken. She must have been listening to something else. This is pure "Lawrence Welk from the vintage years!!

We have Ralna English singing "What Child is This", Tanya Welk-Roberts singing "Do You Hear What I Hear", Clay Hart and Steve Smith (from the 1960s Blender's group both with beautiful voices, Norma Zimmer and Jimmy Roberts singing "Silver Bells" and to my delight and surprise, Sandi and Salli singing "I Wanna Do More than Whistle", a nice bouncy happy tune!! THe rest are pure standards with beautiful orchestrations.

This is the perfect Christmas CD and I will play it for many seasons to come. This is Christmas Music the way it was meant to be!! I also have Lawrence Welk's "Christmas Memories" which is equally fine as well which includes more cuts and work by more Lawrence Welk artists such as JoAnn Castle and Joe Feeney.

Trust me, any Lawrence Welk fan will not be disappointed with this!!"