A spirited version of the holiday instrumental classic made famous by '70s prog-rockers Emerson, Lake & Palmer, with help from Greg Lake himself.
Everybody's favorite fighter-piloting beagle initiates a Christmas Eve truce with his nemesis, the Red Baron.
'We Three Kings'
Chip Davis shows you don't need vocals to tell the tale of three wise men bringing gifts to baby Jesus ...
'The 12 Days of Christmas (Live)'
Since Mannheim Steamroller don't need vocals, Straight No Chaser decide they don't need instruments to count down the 12 Days of Christmas.
'Please Come Home for Christmas'
'Mistletoe and Holly'
For his 1957 Christmas album, Sinatra mostly covered the classics, but "by gosh, by golly" he also found time to record a new song about mistletoe and holly.
'Grown-Up Christmas List'
As a child, he wished for toys at Christmas. Now, as an adult, Bublé is asking for world peace. If only that were easy for Santa to grant ...
'Greensleeves (What Child Is This?)'
A Christmas carol from 1865 is set to a traditional folk song from the 1500s, yet it still sounds fresh today.
'Step Into Christmas'
Sir Elton effortlessly bashes out a cheerful yuletide tune in the style of legendary producer Phil Spector.
An updated, synth-bass-heavy take on 'Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy,' from Tchaikovsky's 'Nutcracker Suite.'
'The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late)'
Who, besides the family dog, doesn't love hearing the high-pitched sounds of chipmunks singing at Christmas?
'Christmas Time Is Here'
Guaraldi's lovely jazz piano teams up with a chorus of happy children's voices to cheer up Good Ol' Charlie Brown after he gets an attack of the holiday blues.
Far be it from us to call Elvis a liar, but does he really sound blue here? He seems pretty confident of his abilities to find a Christmas date, don't you think?
'Up on the House Top'
Hey, what's that sound up there? Santa! That big guy and all those reindeer? Does he know how much it costs to fix a roof nowadays? He's lucky it's Christmas!
'You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch'
Ever wonder what really made the Grinch hate the holidays? Maybe his editors gave him a really short deadline to write about 100 Christmas songs (just kidding, boss).
'Santa Claus Is Coming to Town'
Why did we pick Frank's version out of the hundreds available? 'Cause we know what's good for us, that's why.
'Merry Christmas Darling'
If you think about it, Richard Carpenter had to help his own sister write love songs like this one. Poor guy.
A Christmas song from Hawaii, of all places, and the soundtrack to a classic scene from 'Christmas Vacation.'
'Frosty the Snowman'
A snowman comes to life with help from a magic hat in this classic holiday song, which was later adapted into an equally popular television special.
Ol' Blue Eyes appears on our countdown yet again with his oh-so-lovely depiction of a picture-perfect Christmas Day.