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Christmas 1984

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Christmas 1984 is the first holiday album the Mannheim Steamroller released, and it remains their definitive work. Chip Davis never strayed from the clean, airy instrumental style that he exhibits here (and earlier perfected on his Fresh Aire albums), but it is here where it all sounded fresh. It's also where he had his best selection of songs, tackling a variety of classic carols like "Deck the Halls," "We Three Kings," "Good King Wenceslas," "Wassail, Wassail," "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen," and "I Saw Three Ships." Some listeners never found the Mannheim formula that engaging, but anyone who his been captured by one of their holiday records should investigate Christmas 1984, which is where it all began. ~ Rodney Batdorf
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Deck the Halls Mannheim Steamroller 3:43
  3. 2 We Three Kings Mannheim Steamroller 3:40
  4. 3 Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella Mannheim Steamroller 2:38
  5. 4 Coventry Carol Mannheim Steamroller 2:44
  6. 5 Good King Wenceslas Mannheim Steamroller 3:36
  7. 6 Christmas Sweet: Wassail, Wassail Mannheim Steamroller 2:25
  8. 7 Christmas Sweet: Carol of the Birds Mannheim Steamroller 2:7
  9. 8 Christmas Sweet: I Saw Three Ships Mannheim Steamroller 1:26
  10. 9 Christmas Sweet: God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen Mannheim Steamroller 1:42
  11. 10 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen Mannheim Steamroller 4:18
  12. 11 Stille Nacht (Silent Night) Mannheim Steamroller 5:29

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