I can’t believe it is time to break out the Christmas albums already!
I love Christmas music and would listen to Christmas music all year long, but I like to keep it special, so I make myself wait until December 1st.
Here are my top 5 must-have Christmas Albums
The Time-Life Treasury of Christmas
With voices such as Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Perry Como, and The Andrews Sisters, you are transported to a Currier and Ives time when Christmas was simple.
This is hands-down my favorite Christmas album!
Amy Grant – Tennessee Christmas
There is something about Amy Grant’s voice singing Christmas classics. She keeps it simple and let’s the song sing without a lot of fluff and embellishment. She just does Christmas in a classy way: whether it’s the classics or newer Christmas songs.
Michael Bublé – Christmas
Okay – I’ll admit, I am usually late to the party. But this year I can guarantee you that this album will not only make it to my playlist, but it will earn a permanent spot there. His voice is so classic. I can almost see Frank Sinatra smiling a smile of approval.
Point of Grace – A Christmas Story
For years now this album has had a prominent place on my playlist. Whether they ring out the traditional carols, do Andrews Sisters impersonations on the fun, joyful classics, or sing a new carol that is sure to become a classic…they just do the whole album well!
Sandi Patty – Christmas Blessings
I have long been a Sandi Patty fan. Her voice is exquisite, and this album filled with traditional classics and carols is dreamy! I love her version of Irving Berlin’s “Count Your Blessings”, from the classic movie White Christmas.
And I have included some of these and more in this YouTube playlist…and I’m sure during this season I’ll add more!
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