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Christmas Cocktails 2
Genres: Alternative Rock, Jazz, Special Interest, Pop, Rock, Classical, Broadway & Vocalists
Songs Include : Al Caiola & Riz Ortolani / Jimmy McGriff - Sleigh Ride / Jingle Bells 6:15 / Lena Horne - Jingle All The Way 2:36 / Lou Rawls - Merry Christmas, Baby 2:34 / Julie London - Warm December 1:57 / Eddie Dunsted... more »
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Songs Include : Al Caiola & Riz Ortolani / Jimmy McGriff - Sleigh Ride / Jingle Bells 6:15 / Lena Horne - Jingle All The Way 2:36 / Lou Rawls - Merry Christmas, Baby 2:34 / Julie London - Warm December 1:57 / Eddie Dunstedter - Let It Snow! / Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer 5:01 / June Christy - The Merriest 2:09 / Nat King Cole Trio - All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth 2:32 / Nancy Wilson - The Christmas Waltz 2:40 / Les Brown / Starlighters - I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm / Jing-A-Ling 5:10 / Jimmy McGriff - I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus 6:39 / Dean Martin - Baby, It's Cold Outside 2:21 / George Shearing / Billy May - Snowfall / Snowfall Cha-Cha 4:27 / Wayne Newton - Jingle Bell Rock 2:12 / Ventures - Frosty The Snowman 2:02 / Bob Atcher & Dinning Sisters - Christmas Island 2:29 / Martin Denny - Exotic Night 2:18 / Peggy Lee - Happy Holiday 1:57 / Ferrante & Teicher / Les Baxter - Sleigh Ride / Santa Claus' Party 4:25 / Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians - Auld Lang Syne 2:09 / Stan Kenton - What Is A Santa Claus? 2:29
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