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Mitch Miller & The Gang - Christmas Sing - Along With Mitch download mp3
Title:
Christmas Sing - Along With Mitch
Performer:
Mitch Miller & The Gang
Style:
Easy Listening
Released:
MP3 album size:
1362 mb
Other formats:
MP2 MMF MP4 ASF MPC AU DXD
Rating:
4.1 ✪

Christmas Sing-Along with Mitch. Hark! the Herald Angels Sing. Felix Mendelssohn, Charles Wesley. Mitch Miller & the Gang. 3. What Child Is This. William Chatterton Dix. 4. We Three Kings of Orient Are. John Henry Hopkins, Jr. 5. It Came Upon a Midnight Clear. Edmund Sears, Richard Storrs Willis. 6. Silent Night, Holy Night. Franz Gruber, Joseph Mohr. 7. Deck the Halls With Boughs of Holly. 8. God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen.

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The Herald Angels Sing, 02:24. What Child Is This, 02:02. We Three Kings of Orient Are, 03:49. It Came Upon the Midnight Clear, 03:52. Silent Night, Holy Night, 04:21. Deck the Hall with Boughs of Holly, 01:42. God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen, 02:02. O Come, All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fideles), 02:22. The Coventry Carol, 02:56. O Little Town of Bethlehem, 03:03.

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In 1958, Mitch Miller & The Gang released one of their most enduring albums: the original Christmas Sing Along with Mitch, featuring rousing renditions of beloved carols including Silent Night, Deck the Halls, The First Noel and It Came Upon the Midnight Clear. Surprisingly, this classic LP-which went to on the charts and hit the Top Ten for three straight years after that-has never seen a complete, authorized reissue on CD anywhere in the world. Finally, someone has released a new cd version of "Christmas Sing-Along With Mitch" that includes ALL of the songs from the original record album. For some reason, dating back in the 1980s or so, Columbia eliminated the final three songs from their cassette and cd releases.