Traditional Christmas Music on
With only a couple of exceptions*, all the music below was heard exactly...once. It
comes from live radio shows. Your parents or grandparents, or maybe even great
grandparents may have heard some of these songs before going about their
Christmas business long long ago. The shows on which this music was heard were
saved to a record, and then put up and forgotten until  being rescued by forward
thinking collectors. The audio was transferred to reel to reel tape, and then perhaps
to cassette, and finally to digital format so that it would play on computers. Most come
from the 40's and 50's, the period when Christmas was the best ever, and nobody had ever
heard of "winter lights", "winter music", and God and Jesus weren't banned.

Click on the Playlist below. Over one hour of GREAT music...perhaps not the best
quality, but GREAT music, which is all new to you and an unusual treat to listen to.
It will open on your computer in Windows Media or Winamp.
Whatever you have that plays music... You will enjoy!

Mario Lanza and Bing Crosby were played on a special Christmas Eddie Cantor Christmas show.

Gene Autry's Melody Ranch
was heard by children and
grownups from 1940 to 1956.
The music here is from a rare
Christmas show.

Bing Crosby with his hit, White Christmas used to mean Christmas, and still does for folks who like the old fashioned music. White Christmas remains the best selling record of all time!

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*Estimated Playlist length: 1 hour 7 minutes 40 seconds 

    1. Silent Night Gene Autry (1:23)
    2. Adeste Fidelis Bing Crosby 1947 (2:12)
    3. Christmas Medly Gene Autry at Melody Ranch (1:58)
    4. Dennis Day Christmas Medly 1938 (2:59)
    5. Dennis Day Christmas Medly 1954.mp3
    6. Dennis Day I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas 1942.mp3
    7. Dennis Day Oh Come All Ye Faithful 1944.mp3
    8. Fibber and Molly on Politics and Christmas Medly Billy Mills 1949.mp3
    9. Here Comes Santa Claus Gene Autry.mp3
    10. Jack Benny and the Christmas LSMFT Song.mp3
    11. Jingle Bells Bing Crosby 1947.mp3
    12. Jingle Bells in Swing Billy Mills Orchestra 1943 (1:38)
    13. Larry Stevens Ave Maria 1945.mp3
    14. Let It Snow Frank Sinatra 1945.mp3
    15. Oh Come All Ye Faithful Mario Lanza .mp3
    16. Oh Little Town of Bethlehem Gene Autry.mp3
    17. One Horse Open Sleigh Phil Harris 1949.mp3
    18. Phil Harris Big Band Jingle Bells 1940.mp3
    19. Santa is Coming To Town Alice Fay 1949.mp3
    20. Silent Night Bing Crosby 1947 (2:09)
    21. The Christmas Song Bing Crosby 1947 (3:37)
    22. The Kingsmen and Marian Jordan Story of Rudolph 1949 (2:16)
    23. The Kingsmen I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas 1942 (2:06)
    24. The Kingsmen Let's Have An Old Fashioned Christmas 1948.mp3
    25. The Kingsmen Only 15 Shopping Days Until Christmas 1948.mp3
    26. The Night Before Christmas 1943 Marian Jordan.mp3
    27. The Parade of the Wooden Soldiers Billy Mills Orchestra 1946.mp3
    28. Toyland on Red Skelton by Anita Ellis.mp3
    29. White Christmas Bing Crosby 1947.mp3
    30. White Christmas Gene Autry.mp3
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Jack Benny plays "Love in Bloom" on his violin for Dennis Day and some Christmas kids.

Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby share a Christmas window.

Even though Dennis Day had his own radio and television shows, he will always be remembered as the comic/singer on the Jack Benny Show.

Billy Mills was best known for his his orchestrations on the Fibber& Molly Show

Fibber McGee and Molly were character names for Jim and Marian Jordan who were actually married. One of the most beloved radio shows, it played from 1935-1957! Christmas was always a big deal with Fibber and Molly.

CHRISTMAS IN COWCHIP is a Kindle book by owner Norman Morrison.
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Phil Harris and Alice Fay were actually married. Harris started with Jack Benny in 1934 and eventually moved to his own Phil Harris and Alice Fay Show. Harris was a master fast talker,
singer, and wise cracksman.

Red Skelton. Even though Red doesn't have a song in our list, he was one of the all time prolific producers of Christmas fare for young and old alike on radio and TV and one of the most beloved old time radio artists.

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If you enjoyed our Christmas Music Page, you will simply adore our
Old Fashioned Christmas Old Time Radio Special.
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