The album starts off with Andy Williams crooning "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year." Lou Rawls follows up with a jazzy "Santa Claus is Comin' to Town."
Now, quite a few albums have some setting of "Santa Baby," but Eartha Kitt seems to be the ultimate artist for this song. You can't help but imagine this sleek, sultry "Catwoman," as she tries purr-suading Santa to "hurry down the chimney" and leave absolutely everything.
Nat "King" Cole once again is gathered into a collection CD, with "O Holy Night." Of course, He does a smooth and splendid rendition.
Judy Garland is the only voice I can ever imagine singing, "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas." She beautifully delivers that wish.
I am not that fond of "Little St. Nick," but the Beach Boys give a great performance of it here.
Variety. Variety in artists. Variety in songs. Variety in styles. If you enjoy that kind of variety, you will enjoy Heartfelt Holidays.