Cover image for A child's celebration of Christmas
Title:
A child's celebration of Christmas
Publication Information:
Redway, CA : Music for Little People ; [Los Angeles, CA] : Distributed by Kid Rhino, [1997]

â„—1997
Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Popular, rock, and folk songs.

Contains previously released material.

Compact disc.
Language:
English
Contents:
Everyone's a kid at Christmastime (Stevie Wonder) -- Little Saint Nick (The Beach Boys) -- Frosty the Snowman (The Roches) -- Jingle bells (Don Charles presents The Singing Dogs) -- The takeover before Christmas (Odds Bodkin) -- All I want for Christmas (Spike Jones) -- Nothing but a child (Robin & Linda Williams) -- Arbolito (in English) (Tish Hinajosa) -- Behold that star (Pete Seeger) -- Rudolph the red nosed reindeer (Gene Autry & The Pinafores) -- Run Rudolph run (Chuck Berry) -- I'm gettin' nuttin for Christmas (Art Moony and His Orchestra) -- Christmas in Hollis (Run DMC) -- Up on the housetop (Jackson Five).
ISBN:
9781566281331
UPC:
081227287825
Format :
Music CD

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CS 39 Juvenile Current Holiday Item Holiday
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JCD:4029 Juvenile Compact Disc Holiday
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JMUS CD Juvenile Current Holiday Item Childrens Area-Holiday
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JCD:2964 Juvenile Compact Disc Open Shelf
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CS 39 Juvenile Compact Disc Holiday
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CD #221 Juvenile Compact Disc Audio Visual
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ECD 652 YELLOW Juvenile Compact Disc Audio Visual
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CS 39 Juvenile Compact Disc Branch juvenile audio cd
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CS 39 V.317 Juvenile Compact Disc Audio Visual
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CHR-CD 25 Juvenile Compact Disc Holiday
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Summary

Summary

This is all over the place, from Spike Jones to Run DMC, the Roches to Stevie Wonder, Gene Autry to the Singing Dogs. That makes it an interesting collection, but hardly the kind of album one would put on to create a mood. Unless you're a kid, of course, which is just the point. ~ Ross Boissoneau