These tracks have been collected solely for edutainment purposes, in the interest of the public good. And what benefits the public more than a properly celebrated Christmas?

Below are details about the original recordings. In the metadata of each file is a link to the archive.org page for that recording.

Eddie Hazelwood and His Carolina Woodchoppers, 'Blue Shadows on a White Christmas Tree', 7", Intro Records, 1951
The Sounds Extraordinaire, 'Take a Ride on Santa's Rocket', 7", Laurie, 1969
Guy Lombardo and Evelyn Knight, 'Snowflakes', 7", Decca, 1951
Ray Smith, 'An Old Christmas Card', 7", Columbia, 1949
Joe Ward, 'Christmas Questions', 7", King, 1955
Blue Barron and His Orchestra, 'Christmas Dreaming (A Little Early This Year)', 7", MGM, 1947
Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye, 'Santa Claus for President', 7", RCA Victor, 1947
Roger Roger, 'Jolly Bells', Chappell Mood Music, Vol. 21, Chappell, 1969
Arthur Godfrey with the Chordettes and the Cherry Sisters, 'A Marshmallow World', 7", Columbia, 1950
Red Coffee, 'Ducky Christmas', Christmas Hits from Warner Bros., Warner Bros., 1960
John A. McGee and Hack Swain and His Music, 'Christmas in Florida', 7", Sunshine Records, 1952
Interplanetary Merry Christmas, 'Christmas on the Moon', 7", Gayton, 1981

Cover image source: https://archive.org/details/BumChums1962

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