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Retro Christmas – A Christmas Music Compilation

Written by Christopher • November 9th, 2007
Retro Christmas – A Christmas Music Compilation

Since Yuletide is almost upon us, I thought it would be a great idea to share a special Retro Christmas compilation with you fine folks. The compilation features 25 songs, one for each day until Christmas day.

The theme is as the title of the compilation suggests, holiday related songs from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. You will most likely recognize most of the titles – but you have probably not have heard them played like this before. Happy holidays from Ultra Swank!

Review of Retro Christmas at A Christmas Yuleblog


01. Jack Jones – Sleigh Ride
02. Esquivel – Frosty The Snowman
03. The Hollyridge Strings – Santa’s Got A Brand New Bag
04. John Barry – Do You Know How Christmas Trees Are Grown
05. Dean Martin – Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
06. Henry Mancini – Winter Wonderland – Silver Bells
07. Eddie Dunstedter – I saw mommy kissing Santa Claus
08. John Klein – Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town
09. Esquivel – Sun Valley Ski Run
10. The Hollyridge Strings – Santa Claus is coming to Town
11. Henry Mancini – White Christma
12. Burt Bacharach – The Bell That Couldn’t Jingle
13. Esquivel – Here Comes Santa Claus
14. The Hollyridge Strings – Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas
15. Henry Mancini – Frosty The Snow Man
16. Al Caiola & Riz Ortolani – Holiday On Skis
17. Ferrante & Teicher and Les Baxter – Sleigh Ride
18. Esquivel – Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town
19. Dean Martin – White Christmas
20. The Metro Strings – Christmas
21. Henry Mancini – The Christmas Song
22. John Klein – Winter Wonderland
23. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians – Ring Those Christmas Bells
24. Julie London – I’d Like You For Christmas
25. Stan Kenton – What Is A Santa Claus

Listen to the compilation:



A Swedish expatriate and founder of Ultra Swank. Chris loves showcasing his passion for mid-century design, defunct airlines, Disneyland and modernist architecture. He's also renowned as a connoisseur of easy-listening music from the 60s and 70s.

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