I really liked Disney's Princess Christmas Album. Whether you're into princesses or not, how can you go wrong with outstanding holiday music sung by some of today's greatest voices, including Paige O'Hara, Jodi Benson, Judy Kuhn and Lea Salonga? The selection of songs is fresh, with familiar songs that haven't been done to death on other Christmas albums, like "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year," "The Christmas Waltz," and "Christmas Island," plus a wealth of original songs like "I'm Giving Love for Christmas." Each princess gets her time in the spotlight, i.e. Snow White twitters along with comments from the Dwarfs, Cinderella is joined by the mouse chorus, etc. and the orchestrations are lavish and pure Disney, much like the great Disney albums of the past 50 years. Among the talents behind the album are songwriters Don Grady and Marty Panzer, who really deliver something special here -- not a mere piece of merchandise to tag onto a billion dollar franchise, but something really inspired. Grady in particular has a long connection with Disney, first as a Mouseketeer and then as Disney favorite Fred MacMurray's son Robbie on the long-running comedy series, "My Three Sons." Grady has been making great music for Disney on countless videos, games and, most recently, on the Fox and the Hound II website. My favorite selection on the album is Pocahontas's towering version of "Silver and Gold," with lyrics slightly altered for her character. Judy Kuhn's interpretation added a dimension to this already-great song that I'd never imagined before. When a lot of budget, a large orchestra, and loving care is put into a classic-style project like this, it's important for it to do well so others like it can have a chance too. Here's the amazon link: ttp://www.amazon.com/Disneys-Princess-Christmas-Album-Disney/dp/B000B8I8T6/sr=8-1/qid=1166673629/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/002-9966363-1984866?ie=UTF8&s=music You can also download it from iTunes.