The Best Christmas Albums That You Need to Listen

The Best Christmas Albums that You Need to Listen

The Best Christmas Albums That You Need to Listen – Christmas is coming soon, and people already plan to buy the Christmas tree and the decoration. It is also the time to listen to some of the Christmas Albums. Here is the recommendation of five Christmas albums that you need to listen this year.

– Christmas Interpretations by Boyz II Men
Who doesn’t know these four charming men with the lovely voices? The album was released in early October 1993 and has sold around 1,767,000 copies until 2012. The best songs in this album are “Silent Night” on the semi-acapella version and “Let it Snow” which features Brian McKnight.

– Merry Christmas by Mariah Carey
We know that maybe you get bored to hear “All I Want for Christmas is You” in each Christmas. But it is undeniable that this is one of the best-selling modern Christmas songs. The album was released in November 1994 and has sold around 15 million copies worldwide. Other Christmas songs that you could listen to this album such as O Holy Night, Christmas (Baby Please Come Home), Joy to the World and many more.

– The Magic of Christmas by Nat King Cole
Nat King Cole who is an American jazz vocalist and pianist released several holiday singles earlier. The Magic of Christmas was released in 1960 and consists of 14 Christmas songs. In 1963, the album was reissued by replacing “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” with the song with the same title as the album ôThe Christmas Songö. The album is considered as the best-selling Christmas Album in the 1960s has sold around 6 million copies.

– Christmas by Michael BublΘ
This album is the seventh studio album from a Canadian singer, Michael BublΘ. The album was released in October 2011 and re-released in November 2012 with four additional tracks. The total sales of the original album and the extended version are more than ten million copies worldwide. There are several artists who featured in this album such as Shania Twain in “White Christmas”, The Puppini Sisters in “Jingle Bells” and Latin singer Thalia in “Feliz Navidad”.

Elvis Christmas Album by Elvis Presley

– Elvis Christmas Album by Elvis Presley
The King of Rock and Roll released his first Christmas album in October 1957. The album ranked in number one for four weeks on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart. The album was reissued several times and the last one is in 1985 with the title It’s Christmas Time. The original album and with the reissues by have been sold around 20 million copies worldwide.

Christmas will not complete without any Christmas songs and these offer the Christmas songs in various genres. So, which one is your favourite album?