Thursday, December 03, 2009

Poly Vu Francais? Part Deux

No, I don't speak French, how did you know? Anyhow, as usual, Raymond LeFevere is always followed by Paul Mauriat, ever since 2005. Which is odd, because this one came out a year ahead of the other. So I guess I've had them backwards all these years. I'll have to try and fix that next year. The cover of this one isn't as sexy, but the music inside is just as great. Don't be afraid to download Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra-The Christmas Album (Philips PHS 600-255, Stereo, 1967).

1. Jingle Bells
2. White Christmas
3. Trois Anges Sont Venus (Three Angels Appeared)
4. Silent Night, Holy Night
5. Rin Rin
6. Entre Le Boeuf Et L'ane Gris (Among The Cattle And The Grey Donkey)
7. Gloria In Excelsis Deo
8. Il Est Ne Le Divin Enfant (The Divine Infant Is Born)
9. O' Tannenbaum (O' Christmas Tree)
10. Adeste Fideles
11. O' Holy Night
12. Petit Papa Noel (Little Father Christmas)

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