Appears on releases

# Title Length Release Title Release Artist Date Country Label Catalog#
Official
1.2 Jingle Bells 2:52 Christmas Is the Time to Say I Love You Katharine McPhee Verve Forecast (Verve’s folk and smooth-jazz subsidiary) B0014838-02
2.16 Jingle Bells 2:53 So Fresh: Songs For Christmas 2011 Various Artists Sony Music (global brand, excluding JP, owned by Sony Music Entertainment; for use as release label only when no sub-label/imprint is specified) 88467937822

Relationships

bass guitar: Chuck Berghofer
tambourine: Bernie Dresel
organ: Doug Petty (pianist, orchestrator, arranger, producer)
piano: Doug Petty (pianist, orchestrator, arranger, producer)
arranger: Katharine McPhee
Steven Miller
Doug Petty (pianist, orchestrator, arranger, producer)
assistant engineer: Scott Moore (engineer)
Wesley Seidman
background vocals: Trist Curless
Fletcher Sheridan
David Loucks
Katharine McPhee
Roger Treece
background vocals arranger: Roger Treece
lead vocals: Katharine McPhee
mixer: Allen Sides
producer: Steven Miller
Allen Sides
recording engineer: Allen Sides
recorded at: Ocean Way Recording in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
Record One in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California, United States
recording of: Jingle Bells

Jingle Bells

composer: James Lord Pierpont (1850)
lyricist: James Lord Pierpont (1850)
publisher: Warner Chappell Music Ltd.
arrangements: Jingle All the Way
Jingle Bells (arr. Gordon Langford)
Jingle Bells (arr. Chilcott)
Jingle a cappella
is the basis for: Kulkuset fantasia / Fantasy on Jingle Bells
Trikkevise
Året rundt
later parody versions: Dschingenkhan
Jingle Bells
Jingle Bells Deep
Jingle Bells, Batman Smells (Children's schoolyard parody of Batman and Jingle Bells)
Snowdown Skins
Yingle Bells
Čin čin čin
later translated parody versions: Klokkeklang
later translated versions: Bjelleklang
Bjældeklang
Kulkuset
Rolničky, rolničky (Jingle Bells)
Zvaniņš skan (Alfrēds Krūklis version)
ジングルベル (transl. Otawa Takashi)
ジングルベル (Shōji Miyazawa's translation)
ジングルベル(鈴が鳴る)
聖誕鈴聲
later versions: Jingle Bells (Die Toten Hosen arrangement)
Jingle Bells (Lechner / Trabitsch)
Swingle Bells
Vive le vent
Zvaniņš skan (Latvian version of "Jingle Bells")
referred to in medleys: A Christmas Festival
Christmas Train (medley)
Mix 4 (The Best Xmas Party Ever!)