Cover to the remastered edition.

Raffi's Christmas Album is a 1983 music album by children's entertainer Raffi. The album was later remastered and re-released on October 22, 2002. The rerelease contains the additional track "A Child's Gift of Love".

Track listing

  1. Frosty the Snowman
  2. Up on the Housetop
  3. On Christmas Morning
  4. Petit Papa Noel
  5. Jingle Bells
  6. Medley: The First Noel/Deck the Halls
  7. Every Little Wish
  8. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
  9. Must Be Santa
  10. Douglas Mountain
  11. Old Toy Trains
  12. Christmas Time's A Coming
  13. Medley: Silent Night/Away in a Manger
  14. There Was A Little Baby
  15. We Wish You a Merry Christmas
  16. A Child's Gift of Love - Bonus Track on Remastered Album


  • Raffi – Guitar
  • Ken Whiteley – Acoustic Guitar, Autoharp, Mandolin, Glockenspiel, Lap Steel, Banjo, Accordion, Electric Guitar, Piano, Electric Piano, Tambourine
  • Chris Whiteley – Harmonica, Bass Harmonica, Guitar (Side 1 #3)
  • Tom Szczesniak – Accordion, Table Hockey
  • Moe Koffman – Flute
  • Dennis Pendrith – Bass
  • "Bucky" Berger – Drums, Sleigh Bells
  • Patrick Godfrey – Piano (Side 1 #6,7)
  • Cathy Ambrose – Piano (Side 2 #7)
  • Graham Townsend – Fiddle
  • The Canadian Brass:
    • Charles Daellenbach – Tuba
    • Eugene Watts – Trombone
    • Graeme Page – French Horn
    • Fred Mills – Trumpet
    • Ronald Romm – Trumpet, Flugelhorn
    • Arrangements for the Canadian Brass by Eric Robertson
  • Vocalists: Raffi, Ken Whiteley, Caitlin Hanford, Mose Scarlett, David Wall, Ben Stein
  • Firgrove Public School Choir Members (Under the guidance of Cathy Ambrose): Jacen Brathwaite, Chris Brown, Susan Dewkinandan, Denee Dunn, Monica Senior, Linda Prakash
  • Also Raffi's friends Lee Richards and Lindsay Roth

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