12 Songs, 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The man dubbed "The Emperor of Easy" brought his warm, deceptively casual-sounding vibe to bear with more grace than ever before on this festive 1963 album. When he unfolds that honeyed baritone over this mix of traditional and pop holiday tunes, it's like a long draw on the warmest, sweetest mug of eggnog you've ever tasted. Whether Williams is creating a new Christmas standard with his infectiously jubilant "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" or tenderly touching on spiritual themes with "The First Noel", it's all exceedingly easy on the ears.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The man dubbed "The Emperor of Easy" brought his warm, deceptively casual-sounding vibe to bear with more grace than ever before on this festive 1963 album. When he unfolds that honeyed baritone over this mix of traditional and pop holiday tunes, it's like a long draw on the warmest, sweetest mug of eggnog you've ever tasted. Whether Williams is creating a new Christmas standard with his infectiously jubilant "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" or tenderly touching on spiritual themes with "The First Noel", it's all exceedingly easy on the ears.

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