Not merely reasonably content, but happy is this sleighlist! (I have no idea what I just typed.) You'd be happy, too, if you contained Bobby Helm's 1965 re-do of Jingle Bell Rock, plus the greatest of all cheap-label holiday classics, My First Christmas Tree, plus Linn Sheldon's Boofo Goes Where Santa Goes. Well, wouldn't you?
And... three by George Beverly Shea, a trio of dance-class renditions of Winter Wonderland (at three different tempos, er, tempi), and what I believe to be a contemporary (that is, 1958) cheap label knock-off of The Little Drummer Boy, though in a later issue.
I can feel it--you're hooked. You can't not download. So, download already! To the music: A happy sleighlist!
MY FIRST CHRISTMAS TREE--Treasure Records 824.
JINGLE BELLS--Treasure Records 824.
LITTLE DRUMMER BOY--(Christmas Party for Children, Yulesong 0222).
THE BELL THAT COULDN'T JINGLE (Bacharach--Kusik)--Bobby Helms, 1965.
JINGLE BELL ROCK--Same.
THOU DIDST LEAVE THY THRONE--George Beverly Shea.
PUT CHRIST BACK INTO CHRISTMAS--Same, 1954.
WINTER WONDERLAND (Three renditions, three tempos)--Velmo 677
RABBITS HAVE A CHRISTMAS--Linn Sheldon (Barnaby), 1960.
BOOFO GOES WHERE SANTA GOES--Same, 1960.
MASSACHUSETTS MIXTURE (JINGLE BELLS)--Lawrence Joy, Wilbur Waite, 1951.
PARADE OF THE WOODEN SOLDIERS--Sandpipers, Ann Lloyd, Mitch Miller, 1951.
SANTA'S TOY SHOP--Voco VX-630.