Ed Ames CD
Ed Ames: Christmas with Ed Ames/Christmas Is the Warmest Time of the Year. CD
• Two Sought-After Christmas Albums from the Famed Singer and Actor
• Featuring His Beloved Version of "Do You Hear What I Hear?"
• First Time on CD for Both Albums
• Newly Remastered with Liner Notes
Ed Ames first gained notoriety as one of four siblings in the beloved ‘50s vocal group the Ames Brothers, but his star rose even higher when he split off for a solo career as an actor—starring as Chief Bromden opposite Kirk Douglas in the Broadway premiere production of One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest and, of course, as Mingo on the Daniel Boone television show—and as a singer, recording some 20 albums for RCA throughout the ‘60s and early ‘70s. Though he scored a couple of big hits with “My Cup Runneth Over” and “Who Will Answer?,” for many his two Christmas albums, Christmas with Ed Ames (featuring his beloved rendition of “Do You Hear What I Hear?”) and Christmas Is the Warmest Time of the Year, remain the high points of his recording career, perennial fixtures atop holiday music fans’ wish lists. Real Gone Music’s reissue of these Christmas favorites includes the original album artwork, liner notes and a remastering job that really brings out the rich tones of Ed’s distinctive baritone.
Christmas with Ed Ames (1967) Deck the Halls; Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!; O Come All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fideles); Away in the Manger; Do You Hear What I Hear; Joy to the World; The Ballad of the Christmas Donkey; Sweet Little Jesus Boy; I Wonder as I Wander; I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day; The First Noel
Christmas Is the Warmest Time of the Year (1970) The Prince of Peace (A Child Was Born); See the Light; Silent Night; The Little Drummer Boy; O Holy Night (Cantique de Noel); O Bambino (One Cold and Blessed Winter); Little White Donkey (Carrying the Lord to Jerusalem); Some Children See Him; The Lord’s Prayer; What Child Is This; Christmas Is the Warmest Time of the Year