Retiring the genre
For this year, at least, this will be the last tire company album.
B.F. Goodrich began their Christmas album series in 1965 by issuing "For A Musical Merry Christmas Volume Two" (it seems that a Volume One was issued through Acme Markets, a chain of stores in the Mid-Atlantic states in 1963). This disc has a couple of tracks that are the standard Christmas recordings that you hear on the radio stations that begin playing Xmas music the day after Halloween.
Sleigh Ride - Arthur Fiedler and The Boston Pops Orchestra
Wassail Song - The Robert Shaw Chorale
Carol of the Bells - Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra
The Little Drummer Boy - Hugo and Luigi Children's Chorus
We Three Kings - Gisele MacKenzie
Let There Be Peace on Earth - The Norman Luboff Choir
White Christmas - Melachrino Strings and Orchestra
Jingle Bells - Jim Reeves
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing / God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen - Skitch Henderson and His Orchestra
Silent Night / O Holy Night / O Come All Ye Faithful - Radio City Music Hall Orchestra and Chorus, Raymond Paige, Director and Dick Leibert, Organist