It's Christmas Once Again (CD)
It's Christmas Once Again, a 30-song album that is full of Christmas cheer and is compiled especially for the joyful holiday of goodwill to all men
It's Christmas Once Again, Atomicat Records is a thirty-song album that is full of Christmas cheer, and the plethora of sounds are compiled especially for the joyful holiday of goodwill to all men. Everyone at Atomicat Records enjoys Christmas time, and our work is over and it's time to Wine, Dine, and Dance (Doug and Josie). The reindeer are harnessed to the sleigh and the cat dressed in red, Papa Noël (Brenda Lee) departs the north pole bringing gifts for one and all. The dancing continues with a familiar title but a different song, Rock Around The Christmas Tree (Big Bud), the special day also brings the family together sitting at the dining table for the old-style Christmas Dinner (Tennessee Ernie). It's Christmas Once Again (Frankie Lymon) is warmly sang and is a perennial favourite, which captures the feeling of contentment. The meaning of Mister Santa (Dorothy Collins) is for him to deliver a new partner, the jovial Rock 'n' Roll-y Poly Santa Claus (Lillian Briggs) thrills the children, and the Rock 'n' Roll Santa Claus (Huey ''Piano'' Smith and The Clowns) is having a ball doing his work. The album embraces the enchanting sounds of the Sleigh Bell Rock (Chuck Blevins), and the family will most certainly enjoy a Swingin' Christmas (Earl Grant). Seasonal songs, Joy To The World (The Louvin Brothers), along with the childhood memories of Silent Night, and White Christmas (Big Maybelle), will rekindle a nostalgic feeling. The album is all about togetherness, and the children are not excluded from the album, and especially for the family are, Jingle Bells (Chet Atkins and His Guitar), Santa's Big Parade (The Louvin Brothers), Santa's Helper (Joe Poovey), and Frosty The Snowman (Porter Wagoner). The children can make a Snowball (Faron Young), and playing in the fields are Snowdeer (Carl Smith), and the seasonal bird the Rock-in' Robin (Jerry Duane) hops around the garden.