Someday at Christmas
|Someday at Christmas|
|Studio album by Stevie Wonder|
|Released||November 27, 1967|
|Stevie Wonder chronology|
Someday at Christmas is a Christmas album by Stevie Wonder, released on November 27th, 1967 under Motown Records. It was his eighth studio album release. It would also be re-released in 1978 with different cover art and different Catalog number (Original 1967 catalog: T-281, 1978 reissue: T7-362 R1). It would again be re-released as part of Universal Music's Christmas Edition of their successful 20th Century Masters series in 2003 with additional tracks.
- "Someday at Christmas" (Ron Miller and Bryan Wells) – 2:49
- "Silver Bells" (Jay Livingston and Ray Evans) – 2:10
- "Ave Maria" (Franz Schubert) – 3:56
- "The Little Drummer Boy" (Katherine K. Davis, Henry Onorati and Harry Simeone) – 3:05
- "One Little Christmas Tree" (Ron Miller and Bryan Wells) – 2:41
- "The Day That Love Began" (Ron Miller and Deborah Wells) – 3:33
- "The Christmas Song" (Mel Tormé and Robert Wells) – 3:06
- "Bedtime for Toys" (Ron Miller and Orlando Murden) – 3:28
- "Christmastime" (Sol Selegna) – 2:32
- "Twinkle Twinkle Little Me" (Ron Miller and William O'Malley) – 3:13
- "A Warm Little Home on a Hill" (Ron Miller and Bryan Wells) – 3:26
- "What Christmas Means to Me" (Anna Gaye, Allen Story and George Gordy) – 2:27
2003 20th Century Masters bonus tracks
(Both first appeared on the various artists CD collection, Christmas in the City).
- "The Miracles of Christmas" - 2:24 (B-side from the single "Someday at Christmas")
- "Everyone's a Kid at Christmas" - 2:46 (Recorded for the album, but inissued at the time)
The title track was covered by The Jackson 5 for The Jackson 5 Christmas Album (1970), Diana Ross for her A Very Special Season album (1994), Mary J. Blige (2000), Jack Johnson for the album This Warm December (2008), Pearl Jam for their 2004 Holiday Single and Justin Bieber covered the song at the White House. The band Remy Zero also covered the song which is featured on their 2001 EP release A Searchers EP. Most recently Diana Ross performed the song live for the (2012) Christmas in Washington annual Christmas television special, performing for President Barack Obama.
Reissued in 2001 as "Merry Christmas" by Spectrum Music as part of the Merry Christmas collection.
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