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Title: The McGuire Sisters: Christmas Alphabet
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Christmas Music Guru

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(Date Posted:06/18/2010 19:04)


The McGuire Sisters -- Christine, Phyllis and Dorothy -- really knew how to belt out a song. The girls are most famous for their great hits from the 1950s like Sincerely, Goodnight Sweetheart Goodnight and, of course, their great signature song, Sugartime.


Their one and only Christmas album, Greetings From The McGuire Sisters, was released in 1954 on Coral Records. Here’s their big hit from the LP, Christmas Alphabet, which peaked at #25 on the Billboard charts in December, 1954:


This In The Spotlight tribute could not be complete without posting this fantastic threesome’s great aforementioned signature song: it peaked at #1 on the Billboard charts in February 1958 and held that position for an impressive four consecutive weeks. This song really showcases their great vocal harmony and here it is now for your enjoyment, the McGuire Sisters mega-selling classic smash hit Sugartime. Enjoy!!


Lawrence F. "Chip" Arcuri
Owner/Webmaster | The Yule

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RE:The McGuire Sisters: Christmas Alphabet
(Date Posted:07/05/2010 12:38)

Several (though by no means all) of the McGuires' Christmas tracks can be found on the 2-CD compilation Sincerely, on the Jasmine Records label.

"Christmas Alphabet" itself is also on their MCA Greatest Hits CD.

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