Slight variations in song titles on the Cover vs. the Label Cover: The Twelve Days Of Christmas Label: Twelve Days Of Christmas. Cover: Hang Up Your Stockin' Label: Hang Up Your Stocking. Cover: Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas Label: Have Yourself A Very Merry Christmas. Cover: Jolly Old Saint Nicholas Label: Jolly Old St. Nick. Cover: Christmas Time Label: O Christmas Time. Cover: (All I Want For Christmas Is) My Two Front Teeth Label: All I Want For Christmas. Cover: The Night Before Christmas Label: T'was The Night Before Christmas
A Chipmunk Christmas is an animated Christmas television special based on characters from Alvin and the Chipmunks. Produced by Bagdasarian Productions in association with Chuck Jones Enterprises, it first aired on NBC December 14, 1981, nine years after the death of Alvin and the Chipmunks creator Ross Bagdasarian, Sr. (also known as David Seville). This was the first time that Alvin, Simon and David Seville were voiced by Ross Bagdasarian, Jr. and the first time that Theodore was voiced by Janice Karman.
Album · 1986 · 12 Songs. 2. Deck the Halls (feat. 3. The Twelve Days of Christmas (feat. 4. Hang Up Your Stockin' (feat. 5. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (feat. 6. Jolly Old Saint Nicholas (feat.
More by Alvin & The Chipmunks. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year - The Christmas Songs. Christmas with Chipmunks (Original Christmas Album). Merry Christmas with the Chipmunks. Christmas with the Chipmunks - Original Album - Digitally Remastered. More Alvin & The Chipmunks. Listen to Christmas with The Chipmunks, Vol. 2 (feat. David Seville) now. David Seville) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Like its predecessor, Christmas with the Chipmunks, Vol. 2 (1963) has become a year-end institution. This is thanks in part to the initial success of multimedia mastermind Ross Bagdasarian's hit 45 "Chipmunk Christmas Song," which spent four weeks atop the singles chart. The Chipmunks actually debuted on Bagdasarian's first number one, "Witch Doctor.
1974: Christmas With The Chipmunks (United Artists UA-LA352-E2) (2-LP repackage of Christmas With The Chipmunks and Christmas With The Chipmunks Vol. 2). 1975: Christmas With The Chipmunks (Mistletoe MLP-1216). 1975: Christmas With The Chipmunks Vol. 2 (Mistletoe MLP-1217). 1980: Christmas With The Chipmunks (Pickwick SPC-1034) (reuses the cover artwork from the United Artists re-release, with the original front cover of Christmas With The Chipmunks Vol. 2 on the front and Christmas With The Chipmunks on the back). 1962: "America the Beautiful/My Wild Irish Rose" (Liberty 55452). 1963: "Alvin's All Star Chipmunk Band/Old MacDonald Cha Cha Cha" (Liberty 55544). 1963: "Eefin' Alvin/Flip Side" (Liberty 55632) (B-side is a non-Chipmunk David Seville track and is the second time that this song was released on a Chipmunks single; see above).
The picture is clearly from the 1st album, not the 2nd- except it has the words "Vol. I mean, for that matter, one might ask WHY the '62 & '63 Christmas albums weren't simply reissued on ONE disc as a "twofer"?)