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Merry Christmas

The Supremes

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Billboard Christmas Albums - #6, 1965

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1
White Christmas
The Supremes
3:56
2
Silver Bells
The Supremes
3:02
3
Born Of Mary
The Supremes
2:51
4
Children's Christmas Song
The Supremes
2:53
5
The Little Drummer Boy
The Supremes
3:11
6
My Christmas Tree
The Supremes
3:14
7
Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
The Supremes
2:44
8
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
The Supremes
2:44
9
My Favorite Things
The Supremes
2:52
10
Twinkle Twinkle Little Me
The Supremes
3:06
11
Little Bright Star
The Supremes
2:29
12
Joy To The World
The Supremes
2:09
Total Playing Time    35:11
Christmas wouldn't be complete without this joyous holiday album, released in 1965 but timeless. It has recently come to light that despite the cover photo and credit, this isn't truly from the Supremes as neither Florence Ballard nor Mary Wilson appear on any tracks; rather, Diana Ross is backed by Motown session singers the Andantes.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Motown Records Studio Masters

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