Bing At Christmas
Bing Crosby’s is The voice that is completely synonymous with Christmas. Now, Bing Crosby’s utterly distinctive original vocals are set to newly-recorded orchestral arrangements, performed by the UK’s most prestigious orchestra, The London Symphony Orchestra, on an album that breathes new life into the best Christmas songs in existence.
This album gives the world the chance to hear these beloved tracks totally transformed, with today’s technical advances. Bing At Christmas has a unique sound and warmth that sets it apart from past Bing Crosby releases and was produced by Nick Patrick, who was behind the hugely successful Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly orchestral albums. Bing At Christmas features fourteen classic Bing Crosby Christmas songs including his biggest hit, the 1942 Decca recording of ‘White Christmas’. Joining Bing on an additional, special version of ‘White Christmas’ is the multi-Grammy Award winning a cappella group Pentatonix, whose voices fit perfectly with Crosby’s. Bing At Christmas also features exquisite arrangements of ‘Winter Wonderland’, ‘It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas’, ‘The Christmas Song’ and ‘Little Drummer Boy’, on which David Bowie joins in a duet recorded in September 1977, just a month before Bing died.
1. It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas
2. Sleigh Ride
3. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
4. White Christmas (feat. Pentatonix)
5. I’ll Be Home For Christmas
6. Jingle Bells (with The Andrew Sisters feat. The Puppini Sisters)
7. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
8. Do You Hear What I hear
9. The Christmas Song
10. Little Drummer Boy (with David Bowie)
11. Twelve Days of Christmas (feat. The Puppini Sisters)
12. Winter Wonderland
13. The Christmas Song (feat. The Tenors)
14. White Christmas (Bing solo)