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Date Posted:09/05/2019 01:12:02Copy HTML


I was doing a search a few days ago for obscure Christmas albums from the 1950's and 1960's and came across this LP - "Season's Greetings - A Christmas Festival Of Stars".

I was intrigued by the first track on side one - "Season's Greetings" by Mitch Miller & The Gang. Was this unique to this album or issued as a 45 before showing up on Real Gone's expanded CD release of "Christmas Sing-A-Long With Mitch"?


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Re:"Season's Greetings - A Festival Of Stars" LP

Date Posted:09/05/2019 06:11:45Copy HTML

Mitch recorded both "Season's Greetings" and "Auld Lang Syne" on Tuesday, July 7, 1959, here in New York especially for this 1959 Columbia Records compilation LP.

His other track on the album, "O Come All Ye Faithful," was taken from his 1958 Columbia Records Christmas LP, Christmas Sing-Along With Mitch.

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