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The Supremes 11//1965

Review

Christmas albums are usually done to appease recording artists who have had some success; they rarely sell well because the holiday season is short, but some disprove the stereotype and sell seemingly forever -- like this one. The Supremes put their warm harmonies on 12 classic Christmas songs, everything from "White Christmas" to a rousing "Joy to the World." Diana Ross' angelic, sweet, innocent voice is a perfect match for favorites like "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" and "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town." A trio of producers contributed to make this an unforgettable classic: Hal Davis, Harvey Fuqua (Moonglows), and Marc Gordon (who later managed the 5th Dimension). Unlike the Temptations, who recorded three Christmas albums, the Supremes only waxed one. ~ Andrew Hamilton
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 White Christmas [Stereo] The Supremes 3:53
  3. 2 Silver Bells [Stereo] The Supremes 2:58
  4. 3 Born Of Mary [Stereo] The Supremes 2:47
  5. 4 Children's Christmas Song [Stereo] The Supremes 2:49
  6. 5 The Little Drummer Boy [Stereo] The Supremes 3:6
  7. 6 My Christmas Tree [Stereo] The Supremes 3:9
  8. 7 Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer [Stereo] The Supremes 2:40
  9. 8 Santa Claus Is Coming To Town [Stereo] The Supremes 2:39
  10. 9 My Favorite Things [Stereo] The Supremes 2:47
  11. 10 Twinkle Twinkle Little Me [Stereo] The Supremes 3:1
  12. 11 Little Bright Star [Stereo] The Supremes 2:24
  13. 12 Joy To The World [Stereo] The Supremes 2:8

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