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1. The Rhythm Aces: C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S
2. Debbie ; the Teen Dreams: Santa, Teach Me to Dance
3. The Drifters: The Bells of St. Marys
4. The Four Aces: Silver Bells
5. The Precisions: White Christmas
6. Jan ; Dean: Frosty the Snowman
7. The Eligibles: My First Christmas with You
8. The Four Seasons: Jungle Bells
9. Hank Ballard: Christmas Time for Everybody But Me
10. Rocky Fellers: Santa Santa
11. The Mills Brothers: Here Comes Santa Claus
12. The Martels: Rockin' Santa Claus
13. The Marquees: Christmas in the Congo
14. The Cashmeres: A Very Special Birthday
15. The Rhythm Kings: Merry Christmas One and All
16. The Stompers: Stompin' Round the Christmas Tree
17. The Chanaclairs: Yuletide Love
18. Dodie Stevens: Merry, Merry Christmas Baby
19. Regan: Santa Twist
20. Pepper Pots: Christmas Day
21. Tony ; the Daydreams: Christmas Lullaby
22. The Classic Four: Early Christmas
23. Johnny Mendell with Gil's Premiers: Jingle Bell Twist U.S.A
24. Sir Jablonski: A Merry Christmas
25. The Four Seasons: I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
26. Ames Brothers: Winter Wonderland
27. The Platters: For Auld
28. The Creators: I'll Stay Home
29. The Four Aces: There's a Christmas Tree in Heaven
30. Huey "Piano" Smith: Happy New Year

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It's that special time of year once again, and what better way to celebrate the festival period than with another round of Doo Wop at Christmas via Koko Mojo's 'Doo Wop Christmas Party'. There is just something deeply satisfying when hearing the golden tones of harmony groups huddled closely together and perfecting a balancing act of high and deep tones set to a backing of traditional rhythm and blues and, under such circumstances, the occasional sleigh bell in the background for comfort. With added snap, crackle, and pop, the listener is transported back to a golden age of music, and a reminder of when Christmas felt like the real deal with 'It's Doo Wop Christmas Time'. The records are brought to life once more with Volume 4 deep in riches where familiar names rub shoulder to shoulder with numerous obscurities, and thus maintain the album series tradition. Sourcing material from the early 50s and up to the dawn of the 60s, 'It's Doo Wop Christmas Time' highlights much talent and offers an album that is reflective as it is celebratory, it has it all! Knitted together and better than any festive jumper are the thirty tracks chosen for 'Doo Wop Christmas Party' which, given it has reached it's third volume, displays the high regard warranted to it by aficionados of the genre, in addition to casual passers-by looking for a fix of Doo-Wop Christmas cheer!