A little late today, but continuing anyway.
Today it's 1964s Home For Christmas: A Joyous Evening of Yuletide Songs, which I include not so much for its musical merits (which are minimal) but for its rather scary in some ways cover art. While most of the family is focused on the pigtailed child playing the piano (or mesmerized by Dad's 70's era Ray-Mears-Vols-style plaid sport coat) the little blond girl in the lower right is apparently (based on the look on Granddad's face) stabbing him in the groin with safety scissors.
O Come All Ye Faithful
Joy To The World
Oh Little Town of Bethlehem/It Came Upon The Midnight Clear/The First Noel
O Holy Night
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
We Three Kings of Orient Are
Deck The Halls
Good King Wenceslas
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
Away In A Manger
'Twas The Night Before Christmas
Arranged and conducted by Henri Rene. Produced by Herman Diaz, Jr. Soloists: Marijane Maricle (Mother). Eric Carlson (Father).