Composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans

Bing Crosby and Carol Richards

Silver Bells - Bing Crosby and Carol Richards
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"Silver Bells" was introduced by Bob Hope and Marilyn Maxwell in a motion picture called The Lemon Drop Kid in 1951. The first recorded version was by Bing Crosby and Carol Richards in 1950, which also became a hit in late 1952. The lyrics are unusual for a Christmas song in that they describe the holiday in the city, and not a rural setting.

"Silver Bells," recorded September 8, 1950 with Carole Richards and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra.
~Source: Wikipedia



Silver Bells
©Bing Crosby and Carol Richards
Format: 78 rpm Decca 1950

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