Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas” has been listed as the world’s best-selling single since 1955, when the Guinness Book of World Records published its first edition. The song is most often associated with Bing Crosby, whose iconic 1947 recording is the best-known version of the song.
But in the battle of great renditions, this 1968 recording by Otis Redding is certainly in the running: it captures the emotion, the playfulness, and the joy in music that we hope all our family, friends, and business associates experience this holiday season.
And, of course, we cannot end the year without a dose of James Brown.
Happy holidays from Scott, Heather, and Brittany!
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