List of all Christmas 1960s albums, ranked from best to worst. For many, the 1960s was a prosperous period for the release of Christmas music and albums. Some of the biggest bands and artists of the decade released holiday songs that were much better than the traditional songs that flooded airwaves in years past. The albums featured on this list are some of the most well known and popular titles of that time, and likely introduced an entirely new audience to holiday and Christmas music. These are some of the most popular Christmas songs of all time and some of the greatest jingles in the history of music. The 1960s saw bands like The Beach Boys, Everly Brothers and The Temptations release music that captured the holiday spirit. Not to be outdone, Ella Fitzgerald, Elvis Presley, Brenda Lee and let's not forget the Sinatra family also released Christmas albums during this decade.
There are some albums that feature the traditional, standard songs, or reinterpreted songs like by Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass Band and by Broadway favorites The Rockettes. No matter what style or type of Christmas song you enjoy, you're likely to find an album on this list that will fit whatever music you enjoy.What Christmas albums were released in the 1960s? This is the list of Christmas albums that were released in the 1960s. From innovative takes on traditional songs to recreating the versions that have been around for years, the 1960s were a great time grab holiday music.
- Andy Williams
- Andy Williams
- Frank Sinatra
- Ray Conniff, The Ray Conniff Singers
- Darlene Love, The Ronettes, Bob B. Soxx & the Blue Jeans
- Various Artists