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Jr. Harry Connick (1967)

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Joseph Harry Fowler Connick, Jr. is an American singer, big-band leader/conductor, pianist, actor, and composer. He has sold over 25 million albums worldwide. Connick is ranked among the top 60 best-selling male artists in the United States by the Recording Industry Association of America, with 16 million in certified sales. He has seven top-20 US albums, and ten number-one US jazz albums, earning more number-one albums than any other artist in the US jazz chart history.

Connick's best selling album in the United States is his 1993 Christmas album When My Heart Finds Christmas, which also is one of the best selling Christmas albums in the United States. His highest charting album, is his 2004 release Only You which reached #5 in the U.S. and #6 in Britain. He has won three Grammy awards and two Emmy Awards. He played Grace's husband, Dr. Leo Markus, on the TV sitcom Will & Grace from 2002 to 2006.

Connick began his acting career as a tail gunner in the World War II film, Memphis Belle, in 1990. He played a serial killer in Copycat in 1995, before being cast as jet fighter pilot in the 1996 blockbuster Independence Day. Connick's first role as a leading man was in 1998's Hope Floats with Sandra Bullock. His first thriller film since Copycat came in 2007, when he played the violent ex-husband in Bug, before two romantic comedies, 2007's P.S. I Love You, and the leading man in New in Town with Renée Zellweger in 2009.

  Biography  

 early life
Harry Connick, Jr., was born and reared in New Orleans, Louisiana. His father, Joseph Harry Fowler Connick, Sr., was the district attorney of Orleans Parish from 1973–2003, and his mother, the former Anita Livingston (May 22, 1926 — July 1981), was a lawyer and judge in New Orleans and, later, a Louisiana Supreme Court justice. His parents also owned a record store. Connick, Jr.'s father is Irish American, and his mother, who died from ovarian cancer, was Jewish. Connick, Jr. has a sister, Suzanna; the siblings were raised in the Lakeview neighborhood of New Orleans. Connick is the first cousin of Jefferson Parish District Attorney, Paul Connick, and State Representative, Patrick Connick, of Harvey, also of Jefferson Parish.

Connick's musical talents soon came to the fore when he started learning the keyboards at age three, playing publicly at age five, and recording with a local jazz band at ten. When Connick, Jr., was nine years old, he performed the Piano Concerto No. 3 Opus 37 of Beethoven with the New Orleans Symphony Orchestra , and later played a duet with Eubie Blake at the Royal Orleans Esplanade Lounge in New Orleans. The song was "I'm Just Wild About Harry". This was recorded for a Japanese documentary called Jazz Around the World. The clip was also shown in a Bravo special, called Worlds of Harry Connick, Jr. in 1999. His musical talents were developed at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts and under the tutelage of Ellis Marsalis and James Booker.

Connick attended Jesuit High School, Isidore Newman School, Lakeview School, and the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, all in New Orleans. Following an unsuccessful attempt to study jazz academically, and having given recitals in the classical and jazz piano programs at Loyola University, Connick moved to the 92nd Street YMHA in New York City to study at Hunter College and the prestigious Manhattan School of Music, where a Columbia Records executive Sr. V.P. of A&R, Dr. George Butler, persuaded him to sign with that label. His first record for the label, Harry Connick Jr., was a mainly instrumental album of standards. He soon acquired a reputation in jazz because of extended stays at high-profile New York venues. His next album, 20, featured his vocals and added to this reputation.

 career
  When Harry Met Sally..., chart and movie success
With Connick's reputation growing, director Rob Reiner asked him to provide a soundtrack for his 1989 romantic comedy, When Harry Met Sally..., starring Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal. The soundtrack consisted of several standards, including "It Had to Be You", "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off" and "Don't Get Around Much Anymore", and achieved double-platinum status in the United States. He won his first Grammy for Best Jazz Male Vocal Performance for his work on the soundtrack.

Connick made his screen debut in Memphis Belle , about a B-17 Flying Fortress bomber crew in World War II. In that year he began a two-year world tour. In addition he released two albums in July 1990: the instrumental jazz trio album Lofty's Roach Souffle and a big-band album of mostly original songs titled We Are in Love, which also went double platinum. We Are in Love earned him his second consecutive Grammy for Best Jazz Male Vocal.

"Promise Me You'll Remember", his contribution to the Godfather III soundtrack, was nominated for both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe in 1991. In a year of recognition, he was also nominated for an Emmy for Best Performance in a Variety Special for his PBS special Swingin' Out Live, which was also released as a video. In October 1991 he released his third consecutive multi-platinum album, Blue Light, Red Light, on which he wrote and arranged the songs. Also in October 1991 he starred in Little Man Tate, directed by Jodie Foster, playing the friend of a child prodigy who goes to college.

Connick was arrested in 1992 and charged with having a 9mm pistol in his possession at JFK International Airport. After spending a day in jail, he agreed to make a public-service television commercial warning against breaking gun laws. The court agreed to drop all charges if Connick stayed out of trouble for six months. In November 1992 Connick released 25, a solo piano collection of standards that again went platinum. He also re-released the album Eleven. Connick contributed "A Wink and a Smile" to the Sleepless in Seattle soundtrack, released in 1993. His multi-platinum album of holiday songs, When My Heart Finds Christmas, was the best-selling Christmas album in 1993.

  Flirtation with funk in the mid-1990s
In 1994, Connick decided to branch out. He released She, an album of New Orleans funk that also went platinum. In addition, he released a song called " Whisper Your Name" for the soundtrack of The Mask, starring Jim Carrey, which is his most successful single in the United States to date.

Connick took his funk music on a tour of the United Kingdom in 1994, an effort that did not please some of his fans, who were expecting a jazz crooner. Connick also took his funk music to the People's Republic of China in 1995, playing at the Shanghai Center Theatre. The performance was televised live in China for what became known as the Shanghai Gumbo special. In his third film Copycat, Connick played a serial killer. Released in 1995, Copycat also starred Holly Hunter and Sigourney Weaver. The following year, he released his second funk album, Star Turtle, which did not sell as well as previous albums, although it did reach No. 38 on the charts. However, he appeared in the most successful movie of 1996, Independence Day, with Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum.

  Back to basics: return to jazz and Hope Floats
For his 1997 release To See You, Connick recorded original love songs, touring the United States and Europe with a full symphony orchestra backing him and his piano in each city. As part of his tour, he played at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo, Norway, with his final concert of that tour in Paris being recorded for a Valentine's Day special on PBS in 1998. He also continued his film career, starring in Excess Baggage opposite Alicia Silverstone and Benicio del Toro in 1997.

In May 1998, he had his first leading role in director Forest Whitaker's Hope Floats, with Sandra Bullock as his female lead. He released Come By Me, his first album of big band music in eight years in 1999, and embarked on a world tour visiting the United States, Europe, Japan and Australia. In addition, he provided the voice of Dean McCoppin in the animated film The Iron Giant.

  2000–02: Broadway debut, musicals, Will & Grace
Connick wrote the score for Susan Stroman's Broadway musical Thou Shalt Not, based on Émile Zola's novel Thérèse Raquin, in 2000; it premiered in 2001. His music and lyrics garnerned a Tony Award nomination. He was also the narrator of the film My Dog Skip, released in that year.

In March 2001, Connick starred in a television production of South Pacific with Glenn Close, televised on the ABC network. He also starred in his twelfth movie, Mickey, featuring a screenplay by John Grisham that same year. In October 2001, he again released two albums: Songs I Heard, featuring big band re-workings of children's show themes, and 30, featuring Connick on piano with guest appearances by several other musical artists. Songs I Heard won Connick another Grammy for best traditional pop album and he toured performing songs from the album, holding matinees at which each parent had to be accompanied by a child.

In 2002, he received a for a "system and method for coordinating music display among players in an orchestra." Connick appeared as Grace Adler's boyfriend Leo Markus on the NBC sitcom Will & Grace from 2002 to 2006.

  2003–05: Connick on Piano and Only You
In July 2003, Connick released his first instrumental album in fifteen years, Other Hours Connick on Piano Volume 1. It was released on Branford Marsalis's new label Marsalis Music and led to a short tour of nightclubs and small theaters. Connick appeared in the film Basic. In October 2003, he released his second Christmas album, Harry for the Holidays, which went gold and reached No. 12 on the Billboard 200 album chart. He also had a television special on NBC featuring Whoopi Goldberg, Nathan Lane, Marc Anthony and Kim Burrell. Only You, his seventeenth album for Columbia Records, was released in February 2004. A collection of 1950s and 1960s ballads, Only You, went Top Ten on both sides of the Atlantic and was certified gold in the United States in March 2004. The Only You tour with big band went on in America, Australia and a short trip to Asia. Harry for the Holidays was certified platinum in November 2004. A music DVD Harry Connick Jr. — "Only You" in Concert was released in March 2004, after it had first aired as a Great Performances special on PBS. The special won him an Emmy for Outstanding Music Direction. The DVD received a Gold & Platinum Music Video — Long Form awards from the RIAA in November 2005.

An animated holiday special, The Happy Elf, aired on NBC in December 2005, with Connick as the composer, the narrator, and one of the executive producers. Shortly after, it was released on DVD. The holiday special was based on his original song The Happy Elf, from his 2003 album Harry for the Holidays. Another album from Marsalis Music was recorded in 2005, Occasion : Connick on Piano, Volume 2, a duo album with Harry Connick, Jr. on piano together with Branford Marsalis on saxophone. A music DVD, A Duo Occasion, was filmed at the Ottawa International Jazz Festival 2005 in Canada, and released in November 2005.

He appeared in another episode of NBC sitcom Will & Grace in November 2005, and appeared in an additional three episodes in 2006.

  2006–08: The Pajama Game, Bug and P.S. I Love You

Bug, a film directed by William Friedkin, is a psychological thriller filmed in 2005, starring Connick, Ashley Judd, and Michael Shannon. The film was released in 2007. He starred in the Broadway revival of The Pajama Game, produced by the Roundabout Theater Company, along with Michael McKean and Kelli O'Hara, at the American Airlines Theatre in 2006. It ran from February 23 to June 17, 2006, including five benefit performances running from June 13 to June 17. The Pajama Game cast recording was nominated for a Grammy, after being released as part of Connick's double disc album Harry on Broadway, Act I.

He hosted The Weather Channel's mini series 100 Biggest Weather Moments which aired in 2007. He was part of the documentary Note by Note: The Making of Steinway L1037, released in November 2007. He sat in on piano on Bob French's 2007 album Marsalis Music Honors Series: Bob French. He appeared in the film P.S. I Love You, released in December 2007. A third album in the Connick on Piano series, Chanson du Vieux Carré was released in 2007, and Connick received two Grammy nominations for the track "Ash Wednesday", for the Grammy awards in 2008. Chanson du Vieux Carré was released simultaneously with the album Oh, My NOLA. Connick toured North America and Europe in 2007, and toured Asia and Australia in 2008, as part of his My New Orleans Tour. Connick did the arrangements for, wrote a couple of songs, and sang a duet on Kelli O'Hara's album that was released in May 2008. He was also the featured singer at the Concert of Hope immediately preceding Pope Benedict XVI's Mass at Yankee Stadium in April 2008. He had the starring role of Dr. Dennis Slamon in the 2008 Lifetime TV film Living Proof. His third Christmas album, What a Night!, was released in November 2008.

  2009–present: New in Town, Your Songs

The film New in Town starring Connick and Renée Zellweger, began filming in January 2008, and was released in January 2009. Connick's album Your Songs was released on CD, September 22, 2009. In contrast to Connick's previous albums, this album is a collaboration with a record company producer, the multiple Grammy Award winning music executive Clive Davis.

Connick is starring in the Broadway revival of On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, which opened at the St. James Theatre in November 2011 in previews.

American Idol
Connick appeared on the May 4, 2010, episode of American Idol where he acted as a mentor for the top 5 finalists. He appeared again on the May 5 episode of the talent show where he performed "And I Love Her".

  Touring Big Band members
The following musicians have toured as the Harry Connick, Jr., Big Band since its inception in 1990:
  • Piano and vocals – Harry Connick, Jr.
  • Drums – Shannon Powell, Duffy Jackson, Arthur Latin II, (Winard Harper, Jeff "Tain" Watts – subs)
  • Bass – Ben Wolfe, Neal Caine
  • Lead trumpet – Roger Ingram, (Dave Stahl, Walter White, Walt Johnson – subs)
  • 2nd trumpet – Dan Miller, Derek Gardner, Bijon Watson, Sal Cracchiolo (Earl Gardner, Greg Gisbert, Darryl Shaw – subs)
  • 3rd trumpet – Jeremy Davenport, Joe Magnarelli, Mark Braud
  • 4th trumpet – Leroy Jones, Mark Braud
  • Lead alto saxophone – Brad Leali, Mike Smith, Jon Gordon, Ned Goold, Geoff Burke
  • 2nd alto saxophone – Mark Sterbank, Will Campbell, Ned Goold
  • 1st tenor saxophone – Jerry Weldon, (Geoff Burke – sub)
  • 2nd tenor saxophone – Jimmy Greene, Ned Goold
  • Baritone saxophone – Dave Schumacher (Howard Johnson – sub)
  • Clarinet – Louis Ford
  • Lead trombone – Mark Mullins, John Allred, Jeff Bush
  • 2nd trombone – Craig Klein, John Allred
  • 3rd trombone – Lucien Barbarin, Craig Klein
  • Bass trombone – Joe Barati
  • Vocals, trombone, percussion – Lucien Barbarin

 personal life
On April 16, 1994, Connick, Jr. married former Victoria's Secret model, Jill Goodacre, originally from Texas, at the St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans. Jill is the daughter of sculptor, Glenna Goodacre, originally from Lubbock and now Santa Fe, New Mexico. The song "Jill", on the album Blue Light, Red Light is about her. They have three daughters: Georgia Tatom , Sarah Kate , and Charlotte . The family currently resides in New Canaan, Connecticut, and New York City. Connick is a practicing Roman Catholic.

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Name Duration Released
Bésame Mucho 04:11 2009
Mona Lisa 03:08 2009
Close to You 03:16 2009
Smile 03:11 2009
And I Love Her 03:12 2009
Who Can I Turn To 03:52 2009
Can't Help Falling in Love With You 03:15 2009
And I Love You So 03:30 2009
Just the Way You Are 03:48 2009
Some Enchanted Evening 04:07 2009
All the Way 03:33 2009
Your Song 03:35 2009
First Time Ever I Saw Your Face 03:23 2009
The Way You Look Tonight 03:45 2009
Please Come Home for Christmas 04:26 2008
We Three Kings 04:45 2008
Holly Jolly Christmas 04:05 2008
Zat You Santa Claus 03:40 2008
Christmas Day 03:24 2008
Jingle Bells 05:28 2008
What A Night! 03:24 2008
Santariffic 03:58 2008
It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year 03:28 2008
It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas 03:30 2008
Let There Be Peace On Earth 03:30 2008
Dance Of The Sugarplum Fairies 02:46 2008
O Come All Ye Faithful 04:15 2008
Song for the Hopeful 04:35 2008
Someday You'll Be Sorry 04:46 2007
Mardi Gras in New Orleans 06:06 2007
Yes We Can Can 04:32 2007
That's a Plenty 04:07 2007
All These People 04:12 2007
Do Dat Thing 05:33 2007
I Still Get Jealous 03:00 2007
Careless Love 04:13 2007
Hello Dolly 04:25 2007
New Orleans 05:38 2007
Jambalaya 03:40 2007
We Make A Lot Of Love 03:31 2007
Luscious 06:32 2007
Let Them Talk 05:01 2007
Sheik Of Araby 04:57 2007
Fidgety Feet 05:34 2007
Something You Got 03:24 2007
Elijah Rock 04:43 2007
Ash Wednesday 06:17 2007
Won't You Come Home, Bill Bailey? 03:56 2007
Oh, My NOLA 03:58 2007
Panama 04:43 2007
Working In The Coal Mine 03:36 2007
Someday 02:38 2007
Sleep Tite 00:00 2006
The World Around Us 00:00 2006
Hey There 00:00 2006
Steam Heat 00:00 2006
The Pajama Game 00:00 2006
I'll Never Be Jealous Again 00:00 2006
Factory Music / Slow Down 00:00 2006
Hernando's Jive 00:00 2006
I'm Not At All In Love 00:00 2006
There Once Was A Man 00:00 2006
Seven-And-a-Half Cents 00:00 2006
A New Town Is A Blue Town 00:00 2006
Small Talk 00:00 2006
The Three Of Us 00:00 2006
Racing With The Clock 00:00 2006
Once A Year Day Playoff 00:00 2006
Hernando's Hideaway 00:00 2006
Once A Year Day 00:00 2006
Think Of The Time I Save 00:00 2006
Her Is 00:00 2006
Hey There Reprise / If You Win You Lose 00:00 2006
Spot 00:00 2005
Virgoid 00:00 2005
Valentine's Day 00:00 2005
Lose 05:51 2005
Occasion 00:00 2005
Remember The Tarpon 07:10 2005
Brown World 00:00 2005
Win 06:04 2005
Chattanooga Choo Choo 00:00 2005
Chanson Du Vieux Carré 00:00 2005
Steve Lacy 00:00 2005
You Don't Know Me 04:03 2004
Good Night My Love 04:34 2004
My Blue Heaven 03:16 2004
I Only Have Eyes for You 04:13 2004
Save the Last Dance for Me 04:50 2004
Other Hours 04:01 2004
The Very Thought of You 03:39 2004
My Prayer 04:10 2004
More 04:12 2004
Only You 04:44 2004
For Once in My Life 03:57 2004
All These Things 04:41 2004
How About Tonight 06:50 2003
Such Love 05:59 2003
What a Waste 06:59 2003
Your Own Private Love 03:52 2003
Dumb Luck 06:31 2003
Can't We Tell 02:17 2003
Oh, My Dear (Something's Gone Wrong) 07:47 2003
Overture 02:16 2002
The Other Hours Ballet 03:10 2002
Won't You Sanctify 03:06 2002
The Other Hours 03:49 2002
Entr'Acte 01:06 2002
Broken Tea Cup 01:32 2002
Tug Boat 04:15 2002
I Need To Be in Love 03:00 2002
Take Her to the Mardi Gras 05:12 2002
I Like Love More 02:49 2002
While You're Young 01:40 2002
Light the Way 02:41 2002
Thou Shalt Not Ballet 08:33 2002
My Little World 03:26 2002
I've Got My Eye on You 03:14 2002
Oh! Ain't That Sweet 03:35 2002
I Need To Be in Love Ballet 03:04 2002
Sovereign Lover 05:07 2002
Take Advantage 03:50 2002
It's Good To Be Home 05:17 2002
All Things 02:30 2002
Time Passing 02:26 2002
I'm Walkin' 02:48 2001
Junco Partner 06:10 2001
Speak Softly Love 04:02 2001
There Is Always One More Time 03:52 2001
Tie a Yellow Ribbon 'Round the Old Oak Tree 04:10 2001
Way Down Yonder in New Orleans 03:45 2001
If I Were a Bell 06:55 2001
I'll Only Miss Her 08:51 2001
The Gypsy 05:31 2001
Don't Like Goodbyes 03:20 2001
Somewhere My Love 07:09 2001
Don't Fence Me In 03:58 2001
Charade 03:40 1999
Danny Boy 05:15 1999
Come By Me 04:01 1999
A Moment With Me 04:26 1999
Nowhere With Love 03:57 1999
There's No Business Like Show Business 04:48 1999
You'd Be So Easy to Love 03:06 1999
Next Door Blues 04:11 1999
Time After Time 05:30 1999
Easy for You to Say 04:54 1999
Love for Sale 08:29 1999
Change Partners 05:43 1999
Cry Me a River 04:46 1999
Never Young 05:26 1996
How Do Y'all Know 04:55 1996
Boozehound 05:14 1996
Star Turtle 04:35 1996
Nobody Like You to Me 03:43 1996
Eyes of the Seeker 04:51 1996
Little Farley 06:05 1996
Just Like Me 04:46 1996
Reason to Believe 04:50 1996
Mind on the Matter 04:09 1996
Hear Me in the Harmony 04:46 1996
Joe Slam and the Spaceship 07:12 1994
Follow the Music 01:00 1994
Whisper Your Name 04:50 1994
That Party 05:12 1994
Trouble 02:40 1994
Follow the Music Further 01:19 1994
Here Comes the Big Parade 04:11 1994
Funky Dunky 06:22 1994
Between Us 05:57 1994
She...Blessed be the One 01:35 1994
She 05:36 1994
Honestly Now (Safety's Just Danger...Out of Place) 05:31 1994
To Love the Language 05:01 1994
Where or When 00:00 1993
You Didn't Know Me When 03:13 1991
Sonny Cried 05:46 1991
A Blessing And A Curse 03:06 1991
She Belongs To Me 03:57 1991
Blue Light, Red Light (Someone's There) 03:31 1991
It's Time 06:38 1991
The Last Payday 07:16 1991
If I Could Give You More 04:49 1991
With Imagination, I'll Get There 05:01 1991
He Is They Are 04:15 1991
Promise Me You'll Remember 05:10 1991
Jill 06:13 1991
Just a Boy 06:05 1990
Mr. Spill 05:00 1990
Heavenly 01:59 1990
Lonely Side 08:15 1990
A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square 05:09 1990
Hudson Bomber 05:13 1990
Forever, for Now 04:20 1990
One Last Pitch 06:27 1990
Little Dancing Girl 07:33 1990
Drifting 05:14 1990
Buried in Blue 06:55 1990
Colomby Day 06:06 1990
Recipe for Love 02:34 1990
It's All Right with Me 04:53 1990
Harronymous 05:22 1990
Only 'Cause I Don't Have You 04:22 1990
I'll Dream of You Again 03:33 1990
Mary Ruth 05:54 1990
We Are in Love 02:40 1990
I've Got a Great Idea 04:21 1990
Lofty's Roach Soufflé 05:23 1990
It Had to Be You 00:00 07/1989
Let's Call the Whole Thing Off 00:00 07/1989
I Could Write a Book 00:00 07/1989
Autumn in New York 00:00 07/1989
Don't Get Around Much Anymore 00:00 07/1989
Winter Wonderland 00:00 07/1989
But Not for Me 00:00 07/1989
Stompin' at the Savoy 00:00 07/1989
Love Is Here to Stay 00:00 07/1989
Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me 04:03 1988
Avalon 03:40 1988
If I Only Had A Brain 03:21 1988
S'wonderful 03:00 1988
Stars Fell on Alabama 04:49 1988
Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone 02:35 1988
Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans 05:17 1988
Imagination 04:24 1988
Blue Skies 03:45 1988
Yes Sir, That's My Baby 00:00 1977
Bommer's Boogie 00:00 1977
St. Louis Blues 00:00 1977
Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue 00:00 1977
St. James Infirmary 00:00 1977
Bourbon Street Parade 00:00 1977
Petite Fleur 00:00 1977
Basin Street Blues 00:00 1977
Just a Closer Walk with Thee 00:00 1977
Doctor Jazz 03:27
Love Me Some You 08:05
Didn't He Ramble 00:00
Little Waltz 04:14
Jazz Me Blues 03:04
Learn to Love 04:42
Tangerine 00:00
On Green Dolphin Street 05:00
Wolverine Blues 03:06
Once 06:05
Moment's Notice 00:00
Vocation 05:04
Tin Roof Blues 02:55
Heart Beyond Repair 08:06
I'm An Old Cowhand 00:00
I Mean You 05:23
Sweet Georgia Brown 04:39
Let's Just Kiss 07:34
After You've Gone 00:00
This Time the Dream's on Me 00:00
Sunny Side Of The Street 03:23
To See You 03:58
On The Street Where You Live 00:00
Muskrat Ramble 00:00
Zealousy 01:34
Joe Avery's Piece 03:11
Let Me Love Tonight 10:07
Loved by Me 11:00
Music, Maestro, Please 00:00
Lazybones 00:00
Little Clown 05:50
Lazy River 02:48
In Love Again 09:06
Stardust 00:00
Caravan 00:00
A Spoonful of Sugar 05:14
The Blessed Dawn Of Christmas Day 04:40
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer 02:31
I Wonder As I Wander 00:00
O Little Town of Bethlehem 00:00
Oompa Loompa 03:46
Edelweiss 02:27
(It Must've Been Ol') Santa Claus 04:39
I Pray On Christmas 03:48
The Christmas Waltz 00:00
Nature Boy 00:00
Golden Ticket 03:50
Merry Old Land of Oz 02:51
When My Heart Finds Christmas 04:32
Christmas Dreaming 02:40
Blue Christmas 00:00
I Come With Love 00:00
Pure Imagination 04:21
The Jitterbug 03:40
Sleigh Ride 03:44
What Child Is This? 03:11
Frosty The Snow Man 00:00
I'll Be Home for Christmas 00:00
Maybe 03:49
Over The Rainbow 04:15
Parade of the Wooden Soldiers 03:27
The Happy Elf 00:00
Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead 02:07
You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile 02:57
Ave Maria 04:35
Santa Claus Is Coming to Town 00:00
Nothin' New For New Year 00:00
The Lonely Goatherd 03:20
Something Was Missing 04:16
The Little Drummer Boy 03:41
Mary's Little Boy Child 00:00
This Christmas 00:00
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious 04:29
Stay Awake 02:41
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! 02:34
O Holy Night 06:45
Silver Bells 00:00
I'm Gonna Be The First One 00:00

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