℗ 2005 Fair Trade Services
Duration 44m 48s
Record Label Fair Trade/Columbia
Catalogue No. G010000569185U
Release Date September 27, 2005
Genre Christian
 

The Christmas Sessions

MercyMe

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1.1
It Came Upon a Midnight Clear
MercyMe
4:39
1.2
Gloria
MercyMe
4:13
1.3
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
MercyMe
3:31
1.4
Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree
MercyMe
2:31
1.5
Winter Wonderland/White Christmas
MercyMe
3:46
1.6
Christmas Time Is Here
MercyMe
3:42
1.7
Silent Night
MercyMe
4:16
1.8
Away
MercyMe
2:08
1.9
Little Drummer Boy
MercyMe
3:18
1.10
I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day
MercyMe
5:07
1.11
O Holy Night
MercyMe
3:53
1.12
Joseph's Lullaby
MercyMe
3:44
Duration    44m 48s
The Christmas Sessions is the first Christmas album by American Christian rock band MercyMe. The band, aiming to produce a rock-oriented album, recruited Brown Bannister, a noted rock producer, to produce it. In addition to one original song, "Joseph's Lullaby", the album consists of covers of both modern and traditional Christmas songs that the band members had listened to when growing up.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Fair Trade/Columbia Studio Masters

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