Episode 13 – The Holly and the Ivy & Doris Day

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In this episode, we’ll find out how one of the oldest Christmas songs ‘The Holly and the Ivy’ came to be.

As usual, we’ll have a top 5 list.

The world lost the great Doris Day this month. So we’ll learn some interesting information about her Christmas album titled ‘The Doris Day Christmas Album.

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2 Replies to “Episode 13 – The Holly and the Ivy & Doris Day”

  1. Alonso Duralde

    Thanks for the background on “The Holly and the Ivy” — love the Vanessa Williams version, and recently got my first look at the wonderful 1952 British film of the same name. (You should check it out if you’ve never seen it.) Also glad to know about “Let No Walls Divide,” a song I’d never heard of that seems more relevant now than ever.

    • Tinseltunes

      Hi
      thanks for the comment. I’m glad you got something out of this episode. Each episode I do I learn more as well.
      Cheers
      Duane

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