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Jazzy Christmas

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Enduring holiday classics from Ella Fitzgerald, Chet Baker, Kenny Burrell, Bill Evans, Jimmy Smith, Vince Guaraldi and more.

TrackNameTimeArtistAlbum
1The Christmas Song3:30Ella FitzgeraldElla Wishes You A Swinging Christmas
2Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!4:37Joe WilliamsVerve Presents: The Very Best Of Christmas Jazz
3Santa Claus Is Coming To Town4:27Bill EvansThe Best Of Bill Evans On Verve
4What Are You Doing New Years Eve2:24Nancy WilsonUltra-Lounge: Christmas Cocktails, Part One
5Winter Wonderland2:28Chet BakerYule Struttin'
6Greensleeves5:28Vince GuaraldiA Charlie Brown Christmas
7Christmas Is3:12Lou RawlsStarbucks Holiday
8Jingle Bells3:12Jimmy SmithVerve Presents: The Very Best Of Christmas Jazz
9Santa Claus Is Coming To Town2:20Ella FitzgeraldElla Wishes You A Swinging Christmas
10Merry Christmas Baby3:28Kenny BurrellVerve Presents: The Very Best Of Christmas Jazz
11Skating2:41Vince GuaraldiA Charlie Brown Christmas
12Silver Bells5:13Hans Teuber, Dave Peterson, Jeff Johnson, John BishopWinter—An Origin Records Holiday Collection
13O Tannenbaum4:59John HartYule Struttin'
14Winter Wonderland4:09Shirley HornVerve Presents: The Very Best Of Christmas Jazz
15I'll Be Home For Christmas/Sleigh Ride4:57Eliane EliasYule Struttin'
16Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas2:58Ella FitzgeraldElla Wishes You A Swinging Christmas
17Sleigh Ride6:26Duke PearsonJingle Bell Jam: Jazz Christmas Classics
18Christmastime Is Here6:09Vince GuaraldiA Charlie Brown Christmas


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