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Album: The Essential NOW That's What I Call Christmas

Artist: Various Artists

  • Genre: Holiday
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 25

  • Copyright: This Compilation ℗ 2008 EMI Music North America / Sony BMG Music / UMG Recordings, Inc.

Tracklist For The Essential NOW That's What I Call Christmas By Artist Various Artists

Title Artist Time
Happy Xmas (War Is Over) [with John & Yoko and the Plastic Ono Band 3:31 USD Album Only
Blue Christmas Elvis Presley 2:06 USD Album Only
It's the Most Wonderful Time o Andy Williams 2:30 USD Album Only
Baby, It's Cold Outside Dean Martin 2:20 USD Album Only
It's Beginning to Look a Lot L Johnny Mathis 2:13 USD Album Only
The Little Drummer Boy Harry Simeone Chorale 3:18 USD Album Only
A Holly Jolly Christmas Burl Ives 2:12 USD Album Only
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Gene Autry 3:11 USD Album Only
Little Saint Nick The Beach Boys 2:00 USD Album Only
The Chipmunk Song (Christmas D The Chipmunks 2:19 USD Album Only
Santa Claus Is Coming to Town Jackson 5 2:22 USD Album Only
Run Rudolph Run Chuck Berry 2:42 USD Album Only
Grandma Got Run Over By a Rein Elmo & Patsy 3:26 USD Album Only
Rockin' Around the Christmas T Brenda Lee 2:04 USD Album Only
Feliz Navidad José Feliciano 3:01 USD Album Only
This Christmas Donny Hathaway 4:05 USD Album Only
Wonderful Christmastime Paul McCartney 3:44 USD Album Only
Step Into Christmas Elton John 4:27 USD Album Only
Last Christmas Wham! 4:45 USD Album Only
Jingle Bell Rock Daryl Hall & John Oates 2:02 USD Album Only
Do You Hear What I Hear Carrie Underwood 4:09 USD Album Only
Breath of Heaven (Mary's Song) Amy Grant 5:25 USD Album Only
Mistletoe Colbie Caillat 3:49 USD Album Only
This Christmas (Could Be the O Ledisi 4:41 USD Album Only
Silent Night The Temptations 2:21 USD Album Only

Reviews For The Essential NOW That's What I Call Christmas By Artist Various Artists

  • Girl

    By gagemoore

    By EllaCoolz🦄
    Christmas wouldn't be every day without Cosmo and Wanda.
  • I feel Christmas

    By itsurgirlcece
    I think that they had great Christmas songs and I felt the Christmas magic!
  • No Mariah no Christmas

    By MC4evq
    Shame on u !!
  • There’s a part 2 to this right?!

    By rickrock2
    No New Edition or Alexander O’Neal or Boyz II Men on this?! C’mon now.
  • Ffcv

    By cdhcxgjxvbddc
  • No Mariah Carey!

    By Gidion1967
    Has some great songs and some I’m not that familiar with but thank you no Mariah Carey!
  • 8 unknown for me

    By Forthgrade
    I give it a 4 stars because there are 15 I do know but 8 I don’t if there were digger or smaller number that I didn’t now I would give it a five but 8 is my favorite number
  • Um where’s Mariah Carey

    By jkngddhh
    They don’t have Mariah freaking Carey on here. Makes no sense.
  • Nat King Cole is missing

    By Dj salon
    No chestnuts roasting on and open 🔥

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