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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Original Soundtrack)

Burl Ives

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this is reeeeaaally dorky considering i'm a teenager but... i love this album so much. i've known every freakin word to these songs since i was like 2 years old. i couldn't imagine christmas without this album, or all of the claymation movies. :)

Its such a nice soundtrack

I loved the movie so much when i was younger so im so happy i am able to get this soundtrack for it so i would deffinetly recomend this cd for everyone.!!!!!!

I <3333 RUDOLPH!!!

Rudolph is so awsome. I no, people say i'm really dorky cause i'm obessed with Rudolph, but oh well. This cd is really great. I bought the whole cd from target, not knowing they had it on Itunes. Every Christmas I put this cd on my ipod (sometimes i listen to it in like the summer, lol) and it's addicting. I have to say though that this cd is missing a few songs such as "independance" and "fame and fortune", and i think it's because they have the instumental music on it. The one i bought from target has those 2 songs and none of the instrumental music on it, but they're really pretty much the same. Unlike Britney Spears' new album, "Blackout', this cd is worth your money. It's appropriate for all ages and really fun to listen to. It is also an all-time classic and will be remembered for years to come.


Born: June 14, 1909 in Huntington Township, IL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

With his grandfatherly image, Burl Ives parlayed his talent as a folksinger into a wide-ranging career as a radio personality and stage and screen actor. After spending his early twenties traveling the country as an itinerant singer, Ives moved to New York City in 1937. By the end of 1938, he had made his Broadway debut, and he also sang folk songs in Greenwich Village clubs. In 1940, Ives began to appear regularly on radio, including on his own show, The Wayfarin' Stranger, on CBS. Ives made his...
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