It boggles our mind to know people who enjoy listening to Christmas songs year-round, but whatever melts their non-dairy, gluten-free, no-color-added butter. The only thing better than Christmas CDs is Christmas vinyl. Maybe if you were good this year, Santa will put one of these albums inside your stocking. Everything really does sound better on vinyl… until you have to get up every few minutes to change (or flip) the record.
Enjoy some holiday cheer in hi-fidelity. Johnny Kay Sings “Season's Greetings” Vinyl LP from MusicAndMuse (above).
The album art alone is worth the $12 cost (above). Includes the 1968 'hit', “He's A Chubby Little Fellow”. Album from VeiledThroughTime on etsy.
Waitresses's Christmas Wrapping is unarguably one of the best holiday songs. How cool would you be if you unveiled this classic for your friends to hear on vinyl?! From vintagebaronrecords on etsy.
It isn't Christmas without the angelic voices of The Chipmunks. Set of two albums from the 60s from RedoneAndVintage on etsy.
The Elvis fan in your life will have a Blue Christmas without this rare Mexican re-printing of Elvis's first Christmas album from DownInTheBasement.
Relive your childhood with this Strawberry Shortcake Christmas album from forrestinavintage. We bet “Jam and Jelly” is a hella catchy song.
Check out that sweet layered fur coat! We were shaking our heads over the seller's ignorant title, which includes the words “GAY Interest”… but it is Liberace. Album from WhatCheerProvidence on etsy.