Thank you for the info. I understand that this one is the 1st of those shows ( the oldest in date) and it could be the 4th of those non chart episodes.
It was 3rd one of that year. I think they recorded another another year if the dates on this site are correct. Because the week of 12/11 and 12/18 were the Top 60 Christmas Songs of All Time, and the weekend of 12/25-12/26 was the Top 30 of 2004. I remember being very surprised when that was the case.
They're currently running the show from the week of November 28, 2005. The original list of the show is posted elsewhere in the topic. What follows is the updated version of the show:
Rockin Around the Christmas Tree - Brenda Lee Believe - Josh Groban Nuttin' For Christmas - Barry Gordon; Italian Children are visited by a witch named Strega Buffana. Good kids get presents, bad kids get coal. Ave Maria - Aaron Neville Joy to the World - Michael Bolton God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen - Belinda Carlisle Let It Snow! - Frank Sinatra Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer - Gene Autry; began in 1939 as a Christmas poem given free to children by Montgomery Ward in Chicago. Happy Xmas (War Is Over) - John Lennon and Yoko Ono Caroling, Caroling - Nat King Cole Santa Baby - Madonna Jingle Bells - Barry Manilow & Expose Feliz Navidad - Jose Feliciano; In Mexico, children leave their shoes out and form a parade singing and carrying poles with candles on their way to church. Do You Hear What I Hear? - Whitney Houston Run Rudolph Run - Bryan Adams Blue Christmas - Elvis Presley
Peace On Earth / Little Drummer Boy - Bing Crosby & David Bowie We Need a Little Christmas - Percy Faith Orchestra Grown-Up Christmas List - Kelly Clarkson You're a Mean One Mr. Grinch - Thurl Ravenscroft; lyrics from Dr. Seuss whose 1st book (And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street) was inspired by the sound of a ship's engine. Last Christmas - Wham! White Christmas - Bing Crosby The Chipmunk Song - Alvin & the Chipmunks Please Come Home for Christmas - Eagles Little Saint Nick - Beach Boys; In Austria, Christ Child brings presents and tree. Children must wait until they hear the bell before viewing the decorated tree. It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas - Johnny Mathis Celebrate Me Home - Kenny Loggins O Come All Ye Faithful - Lionel Richie Winter Wonderland - James Taylor; In Ukraine, Father Frost's sleigh is pulled by only 3 reindeer. Snowflake Girls is his sidekick. River - Sarah McLachlan Holly Jolly Christmas - Burl Ives The First Noel - Karla Bonoff
(There's No Place Like) Home For The Holidays by Perry Como O Holy Night - Celine Dion Jingle Bell Rock - Hall & Oates Hark! The Herald Angels Sing - Amy Grant Someday At Christmas - Stevie Wonder I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus - John Cougar Mellencamp This Christmas (Hang All the Mistletoe) - Macy Gray Christmas Canon - Trans-Siberian Orchestra Frosty The Snowman - Jackson 5 Baby It's Cold Outside by Rod Stewart & Dolly Parton The Night Before Christmas - Carly Simon Sleigh Ride - Air Supply Mary's Boy Child - Harry Belafonte Silent Night - Stevie Nicks; British and German soldiers briefly stopped their battle on Christmas eve during WWI to sing "Silent Night".
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Post by countdownmike on Nov 30, 2012 0:10:18 GMT -5
"Christmas At The Movies" airs this week (December 1-2) on WODC. It's another non-countdown AT10 show airing many of the Christmas tunes played on the other specials, but consistent with the all-Christmas format. It features "Holiday Movie Moments" with Christmas film sound clips. The stories are good and it's also great to hear Casey play two songs in a row uninterrupted. Info about offerings to come are posted. www.oldies933fm.com/pages/pp_mikeeiland.html **Spolier alert** John Denver w/Kermit The Frog!