Hubs enjoys Christmas music like no one else I have ever met before. I mean, he seriously loves Christmas music. To the point that it is not uncommon for us to listen to a Christmas song, op five, in July. There is an entire folder of Christmas music on the USB stick that stays in the van year round.
So, whenever I get an opportunity to review a Christmas album, you can bet I will take it. I recently received an opportunity to review Wilson Phillips new Christmas in Harmony album. Wilson Philips is one of the best selling female groups of all time, and Christmas in Harmony is their first ever Christmas album. The Wilson Phillips trio—Carrie Wilson, Wendy Wilson and Chynna Phillips—belt it out on this album, which consists of 13 holiday songs.
Including great classics like “Winter Wonderland,” “Silver Bells,” and “Silent Night,” and brand new musical releases, “Joy” and “Christmastime,” this album has something for everyone!
I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day
Little Drummer Boy
Warm Lovin’ Christmastime
When A Child Is Born
Santa Clause Is Coming to Town
The Christmas Song
My favorite on the album is Little Drummer Boy, which is one of my go to Christmas songs (ironically, my Mother-in-Law really cannot stand any rendition of the song Little Drummer Boy). Anyway! The intro to the Little Drummer Boy is an auditory treat to say the least.
Christmas in Harmony would make a great stocking stuffer for anyone on your list and it is available at local retailers nationwide, as well as on Amazon.com.