Here is my top five albums from the Golden Age of Christmas (1950's to the 1960's and perhaps a little beyond if you so like. I will include an additional top five list as I found it too hard to pick just five from the greatest Christmas album period in the history of popular music. So make it a top five or top ten list as you please. No criteria police hear so wade in as you please. My list will not be in any particular order as I also find that too hard to do, but I will begin with one of my top two or three holiday albums of all time, John Klein's A Christmas Sound Spectacular, that I had a hand in getting remastered and released by Real Gone Music this year on CD for the very first time in its original Living Stereo version. It was my honor to write the liner notes for this historic twofer CD, which also includes John Klein's very splendid second holiday album, All Around The Christmas Tree. So here we go with the first top five from the Golden Age: 1) John Klein's A Christmas Sound Spectacular (Living Stereo version) 1959 2) Johnny Mathis Merry Christmas 1958 3) Percy Faith Music Of Christmas (Stereo version) 1959 4) Percy Faith Hallelujah 1958 5) Nat King Cole The Christmas Song 1963 Here is my additional top five, really making it a top ten countdown: 6) Andy Williams The Andy Williams Christmas Album 1963 7) John Gary The John Gary Christmas Album 1963 8) Jack Jones The Jack Jones Christmas Album 1964 9) Frank DeVol The Old Sweet Songs Of Christmas 1960 10) The Hollyridge Strings Christmas Favorites (Arranged and Conducted by Stu Phillips) 1965 I have over 300 Christmas albums in my collection, so I know I have left off a lot of great ones for sure from the Golden Age of Christmas music, but I am hoping that you great people will fill in the gaps with your great selections.