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These notes apply to all Radio George Traditional Christmas channels.

1. No songs are repeated on a channel. For example, if "Sleigh Bells" is included on Channel 1, you'll only hear it once on that channel. You MAY hear the same song on Channel 2 or 3, but it will be always be a version by a different singer or group.

2. You will hear the same singer or performers more than once on each channel. That is, there might be a couple of songs by Bing Crosby, a couple by Frank Sinatra, etc.

3. Remember: whenever you listen to a Radio George Channel, the songs will always play in a different order. Who wants to hear the same music in the same sequence over and over?

4. Tell your friends who love this type of music about Radio George! You can use the handy Tell-A-Friend link at the top of this page without interrupting your listening.

Special Listening Notes for This Channel:

1. On Christmas Night All Christians Sing is also known as The Sussex Carol. Its words were first published in 1684. Popular in Britain, this version is sung by Anthony Newley, a British singer, songwriter, and actor with a long track record of success, including a Grammy and co-writing and appearing in the Broadway show Stop The World-I Want to Get Off.

2. Panis Angelicus ("Bread of Angels") dates to 1872. This hymn is not literally a Christmas song, but like Ave Maria and The Lord's Prayer, it is certainly part of the beauty and reverence of the Christmas season.

3. A Christmas drinking song? That's pretty much what Wassail Wassail All Over the Town is.  In the cider-producing counties in the southwest of England in the early 1800’s, wassailing referred to a traditional ceremony that involves singing and drinking to the health of trees in the hopes that they might better thrive. The purpose of wassailing was to awake the cider apple trees and to scare away evil spirits to ensure a good harvest of fruit in the fall of the year. The “cider” would be roughly equivalent to beer or wine today…so “wassailing” was basically the original version of what we today call a pub crawl!

Song/Artist Listing

Carol of the Bells  NY Philharmonic with Leonard Bernstein 
Do You Hear What I Hear  Bobby Vinton 
For Unto Us a Child is Born  Philadephia Orchestra with Eugene Ormandy 
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen  Jack Jones 
Hark the Herald Angels Sing  The Norman Luboff Choir 
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas  Percy Faith and His Orchestra 
Here We Come A-Caroling Philadephia Orchestra with Eugene Ormandy 
I'll Be Home for Christmas  Johnny Mathis 
It Came Upon a Midnight Clear  Mitch Miller and the Gang 
It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas  Bing Crosby 
Jingle Bell Rock  Pete Fountain 
Joy to the World  Percy Faith and His Orchestra 
Let It Snow  Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme 
Mary's Little Boy Child  The Brothers Four 
O Come All Ye Faithful  Julie Andrews 
O Holy Night  Roger Williams 
O Little Town of Bethlehem  Philadephia Orchestra with Eugene Ormandy
On Christmas Night All Christians Sing  Anthony Newley 
Panis Angelicus  Robert Goulet 
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Andre Kostelanetz 
Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town  Mitch Miller and the Gang 
Silent Night  Barbra Streisand 
Silver Bells  Doris Day 
Sleigh Ride  The New Christy Minstrels 
The Christmas Waltz  Robert Goulet and Carol Lawrence 
Wassail Wassail All Over the Town  The New Christy Minstrels 
We Three Kings of Orient Are  The Mormon Tabernacle Choir 
What Child is This  Tony Bennett 

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