50+ Bizarre Classic Christmas Album Covers From The Past

Only a handful of artists in the world create songs for special occasions such as Christmas. It works for some artists, but for others, it’s a useless experiment. Perhaps that’s why we don’t have an insufficiency of songs for special occasions such as birthdays, new year celebrations, thanksgiving, and Christmas. Although some mainstream pop stars and country singers have tried to make at least some kind of holiday offerings, some musician bands in the 60s, 70s, and 80s made complete albums for special occasions and holiday offerings. Look at the list below to see the albums from artists who tried to make Christmas albums.

#2 Floral Pops 70 – Drum Christmas Para Bailar (1973)

#3 Gayla Peevey – I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas (1953)

#4 Ferrante & Teicher ‎– Adventure in Carols (The Sound of Tomorrow – Today) (1956)

#11 The Caroleers — Favorite Christmas Carols (date unknown)

#13 The Border Brass — Tijuana Christmas (date unknown)

#15 Six Million Dollar Man 4 Exciting Christmas Adventures (1978)

#17 A Ding Dong Dandy Christmas by he Three Suns, 1959

#19 The Last Month of the Year by The Kingston Trio, 1960

#20 Nuttin’ For Christmas and Suzy Snowflakes, 1959

#21 Hi-Fi Christmas Party by Domenico Savino & His Orchestra

#24 Happy Christmas Party – The Best Of Ben Best, 1971

#26 charlie the hamsters singing christmas songs, 1975

#35 All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth, 1944

#42 Merry Christmas … Have a Nice Life, by Cyndi lauper

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