Christmas in Harmony

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Christmas in Harmony
Studio album by Wilson Phillips
Released October 12, 2010 (2010-10-12)
Recorded 2010
Genre Pop, holiday
Label Sony Masterworks
Producer Glen Ballard
Wilson Phillips chronology
California
(2004)
Christmas in Harmony
(2010)
Dedicated (2012)

Christmas in Harmony is the fourth studio album by American pop group Wilson Phillips. A Christmas album, it is their first in six years, after their 2004 covers album California. The album sees them reunite with Glen Ballard, who also produced their first two albums.

It is the first Christmas album of the group, although the Wilson sisters released a Christmas album in 1993, titled Hey Santa!, and Carnie Wilson released a solo Christmas album titled Christmas with Carnie in 2007. It includes a mixture of traditional Christmas carols, covers of Christmas themed songs and new compositions. The song "Warm Lovin' Christmastime" was written by Carnie's husband, Rob Bonfiglio, and was originally included on Carnie's solo Christmas album.

The first single released was "I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day", and the group filmed a video for it.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day"   3:09
2. "Little Drummer Boy"   3:11
3. "Warm Lovin' Christmastime"   3:25
4. "When A Child Is Born"   2:50
5. "Christmastime"   2:40
6. "Silent Night"   3:02
7. "Santa Claus is Coming to Town"   2:46
8. "Silver Bells"   3:13
9. "Sleigh Ride"   2:56
10. "Joy"   3:38
11. "Winter Wonderland"   2:56
12. "The Christmas Song"   3:22
13. "Our Prayer"   1:22

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