9 thoughts on “ O Come All Ye Faithful - Andy Williams - Personal Christmas Collection (CD)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Personal Christmas Collection on Discogs. Label: Columbia - CK ,Legacy - CK • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Easy Listening Andy Williams ‎– Personal Christmas Collection O Come All Ye Faithful: 9: Sleigh Ride: 2 /5(3).
  2. Jun 15,  · Andy Williams - Personal Christmas Collection (15 song from 60's put out in ?) & Andy Williams - Merry Christmas (12 songs from 60's) contain what i believe to be all his best performed Christmas songs except for 2 other very good songs from 60's which are Little Drummer Boy & A Song And A Christmas Tree/5(63).
  3. Andy Williams - Personal Christmas Collection (15 song from 60's put out in ?) & Andy Williams - Merry Christmas (12 songs from 60's) contain what i believe to be all his best performed Christmas songs except for 2 other very good songs from 60's which are Little Drummer Boy & A Song And A Christmas Tree/5(71).
  4. In this PERSONAL CHRISTMAS COLLECTION, Andy Williams performs 15 annual gems with an utterly devout conviction, giving "The Christmas Song" spirituality amidst the pure harmonies. His version of "My Favorite Things" from THE SOUND OF MUSIC concisely expresses the joyousness of long winter nights and the anticipation of splendid gifts/5(28).
  5. The pop legend wraps his pipes around Sleigh Ride; Silent Night; White Christmas; My Favorite Things; the First Noel; Christmas Bells; the Bells of St. Mary; O Come All Ye Faithful, and more!Tracks It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year My Favorite Things The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on An Open Fire) The Bells of St.
  6. Personal Christmas Collection PURCHASE THE ALBUM NOW! Few things go as well with a crackling Christmastime fire as the warm, toasty voice of Andy Williams.
  7. Containing a handful of tracks, Andy Williams's Personal Christmas Collection may be short on material, but not on quality. All of the songs included on the album are first-rate, making this a good holiday purchase for any fan of Williams.6/
  8. – Andy Williams: Do You Hear What I Hear? – Petula Clark: The Little Drummer Boy: – Roger Whittaker: The Twelve Days Of Christmas: – Dickie Valentine: Christmas Alphabet: – Connie Francis: Baby's First Christmas: – Louis Armstrong: Christmas In New Orleans: – Lynn Anderson: Silver Bells: – Tony.

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