A Partridge Family Christmas Card

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A Partridge Family Christmas Card
Studio album by The Partridge Family
Released 1971
Recorded 1971
Genre Rock/Christmas
Label Bell Records
Producer Wes Farrell
The Partridge Family chronology
Sound Magazine
(1971)
A Partridge Family Christmas Card
(1971)
Shopping Bag
(1971)
Alternative cover
CD reissue cover

A Partridge Family Christmas Card was originally released as a vinyl album of Christmas music in 1971. The case of the album contains a reproduction of a Christmas card that was signed by the whole Partridge Family, the stars of a 1970s sitcom. The song "My Christmas Card to You" was original, but the remainder of the tracks were standards. Like most of the Partridge Family songs, the lead vocals are sung by David Cassidy, who played Keith Partridge in the show. The album also features one of the few Partridge Family recordings featuring Shirley Jones as the lead singer ("The Christmas Song").

A Partridge Family Christmas Card was the best-selling Christmas album in the United States during the Christmas season of 1971. It was the number 1 album on Billboard magazine's special Christmas Albums sales chart for all four weeks that the magazine published the chart that year.[1]

The album was reissued in 1993 on CD and is also available as mp3 downloads.

Track listing[edit]

Only two tracks, "Winter Wonderland" and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas", were featured on the TV show (in the second season episode "Don't Bring Your Guns to Town, Santa")

Side 1[edit]

  1. "My Christmas Card to You" (Tony Romeo)
  2. "White Christmas"
  3. "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town"
  4. "Blue Christmas"
  5. "Jingle Bells"
  6. "The Christmas Song"

Side 2[edit]

  1. "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree"
  2. "Winter Wonderland"
  3. "Frosty the Snowman"
  4. "Sleigh Ride"
  5. "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). Christmas in the Charts (1920-2004). Wisconsin: Record Research Inc. p. 179. ISBN 0-89820-161-6.