This is a fairly easy record to find. My copy is pretty crackly. Most are. I figure it is because they got a lot of play around the holidays and maybe were even left on the turntable collecting dust for days as a time. I'm making this assumption because the record is just chock full of great holiday standards. Just review the artists and you'll know that his is a 1st class record. Wish I could share a better copy, but this will give you a taste. Now go to your local thrift store and find a better copy.
The best track hands down for me is track 8 by Les Baxter's Balladeers. This song just cooks and leaves everything in the dust.
01 Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas - Frank Sinatra.mp3
02 O Little Town Of Bethlehem - Jo Stafford.mp3
03 A Vision of Sugar Plums - Billy May.mp3
04 What Child Is This - The McGuire Sisters.mp3
05 The First Noel - Keely Smith.mp3
06 Deck The Halls - The Hi-Lo's.mp3
07 Jingle Bells - Sammy Davis Jr.mp3
08 Medley Go Tell It On The Mountain/How Should I Send Thee/Carol Of The Bells/Joy To The World - Les Baxter's Balladeers.mp3
09 Away In A Manger, Hark The Heral Angels Sing - Mavis Rivers.mp3
10 Adeste Fideles - Lou Monte.mp3
11 Cantique De Noel - Nelson Riddle.mp3
12 It Came Upon A Midnight - Rosemary Clooney.mp3
13 Peace On Earth and Silent Night - Dean Martin.mp3
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas.zip