Crosby Back For Christmas

Crooner BING CROSBY is set to rule the Christmas charts again in 2010 - 33 years after his death.
The keepers of the White Christmas singer's estate have unearthed a treasure trove of rare and unreleased festive recordings, which they plan to put out this holiday season on a new album.
The Crosby Christmas Sessions will feature 10 previously unreleased Yuletide recordings, including rare versions of White Christmas; It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas; Jingle Bells, Here Comes Santa Claus with Peggy Lee and duets with Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald.
The album will also feature Crosby's legendary 1977 duet with David Bowie on The Little Drummer Boy/Peace On Earth.


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