A rare foray into Christmas 1962 courtesy of the long lost Vonnaire Sisters.
Doo-wop, do what I hear you say but the Melodeers could start a life long passion for this forgotten genre.
As leisurely as Christmas songs get 'Christmas Everyday' could even sound good as the sun goes down on another balmy day.
A collaboration that turns that old staple on its head without the expected rush of blood to the head.
The earliest UK Christmas No. 1 that was actually about Christmas.
A Filopino takes a song from a British musical and gives it worldwide appeal.
The novelty hit that put it up to every novelty hit that ever was.
A relatively recent Christmas singalong from a host of Disney favourites.
A alternative view of Elton John's Christmas song courtesy of Northern England.
A traditional take on the famous carol by Irish folksters the Clancy Brothers.
Not another dreaded cover of the classic, instead it turns out to be a fine original from an artist who is going somewhere fast.
Marty Stuart's slow country stroll proves that the big man is prone to normal feelings just like the rest of us.
This is not outwardly funny but that a look at the original and see the subtlety in Ferrell's performance.
A novelty hit that netted the loveable Elmo a lifetime of Christmasses.
A Channel 4 animated TV creation that bore a human love of all things December.