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The New Andy Williams Christmas Album

The New Andy Williams Christmas Album
Live album by Andy Williams
Released 1994
Recorded 1993
Genre Christmas
Traditional pop
Vocal pop[1]
Length 48:10
Label LaserLight
Producer Ralph Jungheim[2]
Andy Williams chronology
The New Andy Williams Christmas Album
We Need a Little Christmas
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

The New Andy Williams Christmas Album is a live Christmas album by American pop singer Andy Williams that was digitally recorded live in concert at the Andy Williams Moon River Theatre in Branson, Missouri in 1993 and released by the LaserLight division of Delta Music Inc. in 1994.[2] It includes performances of songs that he had previously recorded for his four solo holiday releases as well as a new spoken word track ("Jimmy Bishop Christmas Column") that briefly summarizes the life of Jesus Christ.

The album marked Williams's first appearance on the Billboard 200 album chart in 20 years when it debuted there in December 1994 and reached number 137.[3] It also peaked at number 40 that year on Billboard's Christmas Albums chart and made appearances both there and on the Top Pop Catalog Albums chart in 1995 and 1996.[3]

The concert was also broadcast on PBS television stations in 1993[3][4] and on October 4, 1994, became available in its entirety on home video in the VHS format under the title The Andy Williams Christmas Show.[5] This 78-minute presentation was released on DVD in 1999.[6]

Track listing

  1. "George Wyle) – 3:06
  2. "Christmas Needs Love to Be Christmas" (Tim James, Steven McClintock) – 3:09
  3. "Sleigh Ride" (Leroy Anderson, Mitchell Parish) – 2:19
  4. "I'll Be Home for Christmas" (Kim Gannon, Walter Kent, Buck Ram) – 2:58
  5. "Blue Christmas" (Bill Hayes, Jay Johnson) – 3:07
  6. "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" (Tommie Connor) – 3:17
  7. "Kay Thompson's Jingle Bells" (James Pierpont, Kay Thompson) – 2:25
  8. "Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!" (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne) – 2:09
  9. "The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)" (Mel Tormé, Robert Wells) – 3:57
  10. "Irving Berlin) – 3:20
  11. Medley – 9:51
    a. "Angels We Have Heard On High" (traditional)
    b. "Joy To The World" (Lowell Mason, Isaac Watts)
    c. "O Come All Ye Faithful" (Frederick Oakeley, John Francis Wade)
    d. "The Bells of St. Mary's" (A. Emmett Adams, Douglas Furber)
  12. "Silent Night" (Franz Xaver Gruber; Joseph Mohr) – 1:13
  13. "Jimmy Bishop Christmas Column" (Jim Bishop) – 2:17
  14. "O Holy Night" (Adolphe Adam, John Sullivan Dwight) – 3:23
  15. "May Each Day" (Mort Green, George Wyle) – 1:40

Billboard album chart positions[3]

Year Billboard 200 Christmas Albums Top Pop Catalog Albums
1994 137 40 -
1995 - 38 41
1996 - 31 32



  1. ^ a b "The Christmas Album (Delta) - Andy Williams". Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 1 November 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c (1994) The New Andy Williams Christmas Album by Andy Williams [CD booklet]. Los Angeles: Delta Entertainment Corporation 12 326.
  3. ^ a b c d Whitburn 2004, p. 204.
  4. ^ Werts 2006, p. 171.
  5. ^ "Christmas Show - Andy Williams". Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 1 November 2011. 
  6. ^ Williams, Andy (1999). The Andy Williams Christmas Show (Television production). Branson, Missouri: Moon River Enterprises, Inc. 


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