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The Santa Clause (1994)
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 73138357132
Label: Milan
Label number: 35713
Running time: 32m47s
Shipping date: January 24th, 1995
Original score by Michael Convertino
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1. Let's Go [1:02]
2. Believing Is Seeing [3:24]
3. The Sash Completes the Ensemble [1:03]
4. Flight [0:45]
5. Weightless [1:32]
...see complete tracklist
Soundtrack Q & A
Q: Who sings the really cool doo-wop version of "White Christmas" at the beginning of the movie? (from Tim Parker in UK)
A: The Drifters! (thanks to Eric Banana, Hawaiiadd more info

Q: In the movie when Santa and the sled begin to descend from the North Pole right after the elf punches the code into the north pole, what music or song is playing? (from csuaso in Tucson, Arizona)
A: "The Bells of Christmas" by Loreena McKennitt. (thanks to gemini_angel, Ohio, USAadd more info

Q: In the scene where Santa, Charlie and the elves are walking down that hall in sync with the oldies rock music that was playing, what band was that? He was wearing his new flame-proof suit. (from cabzilla in florida)
A: "Gimme All Your Lovin'" performed by ZZ Top (thanks to andrea, usaadd more info

Q: I would like to know the name of the choir (or the real choir we hear) that sings "Carol of the Bells" on the street when Scott leaves the party. Can I find this "Carol of the Bells" version on CD? (from Josette Racicot in Canada Quebec)
A: You can find this version of "Carol of the Bells" on the album "The American Boy Choir: Carol" from American Boy Choir. (thanks to Djam, Paris Franceadd more info
A: I just compared the version by the American Boy Choir from their album Carols and it is not it! A quite different orchestration (actual bells) and the leading voice in the movie sounds female! I am still looking! (thanks to fairman, Greeceadd more info
A: I agree, its so frustrating. I have been trying to track this down too, as it's not on the soundtrack CD. At the beginning of the film you can see a choir singing in the street, so WHO ARE THEY? And where can I get a recording pleeeese... (thanks to lilylilo, U.K.add more info
A: If you watch the end credits of the movie it tells the name of the group who sings the song. I can't remember their name, but I remember I wanted that song too. (thanks to rich, Germanyadd more info
A: Hi there, I too love this piece of music and have just purchased a copy of "Carol of the Bells" on an album called Silent Night, The Greatest Hits of Christmas by The Morman Tabernacle Choir. It's a beautiful version of this song.... recommended!!! (thanks to Jan, Englandadd more info
A: It's by Exultate Choir and Orchestra. (thanks to Higgs, United Statesadd more info
A: NO!!!!! It's NOT the Exultate choir, or the Mormon choir, or Boys Choir!!!! Ugh, doesn't anyone listen to these songs before they give an answer???????????????? For crying out loud :) And for the genius who keeps posting the author's name....what kind of help is that?? crud :) (thanks to gorwell, FLadd more info
A: I am searching for the same thing and think I found it. It's not the exact version but I believe it is the choir, "The Disney Holiday Chorus." They have a very similar version on "Disney's Family Christmas Carols" album. (thanks to Zel, utahadd more info
A: The Channelaire Chorus does this version. 100 percent accurate. Merry Christmas everyone............ (thanks to Elvis, Sturgis, ky.add more info

Q: What's the song playing when Charlie is sitting in his room and playing Santa Claus? And who sings it? (from Crazy Daddy in Wiener Neustadt - Austria)
A: I believe it's Alvin & The Chipmunks singing "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town ". (thanks to Lady V, Canadaadd more info

Q: Who plays the song "Oh, Christmas Tree" at the very beginning of the movie? Just after the Disney Logo comes up...
...from Javier in Monterry, Mexico (answer Javier's question)

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