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LEGACY UNWRAPS HOLIDAY VIDEO SERIES

Sony’s Legacy Recordings is streaming new animated shorts featuring holiday songs, beginning with hits from Frank Sinatra and The Ronettes.

Streaming starts today, 11/19, with visual interpretations of Sinatra’s "Let It Snow," a hit for Columbia in 1950, and The Ronettes’ version of "Sleigh Ride," from Phil Spector’s A Christmas Gift for You.

Stefano Bertelli produced and directed the Sinatra film, set outside a record shop; Sara Litzenberger, an animator/designer/director based in Australia, created the "Sleigh Ride" video.

Legacy will release these short films throughout the 2020 holidays, including clips for Darlene Love’s "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)," Eartha Kitt’s "Santa Baby," Perry Como and the Fontane Sisters’ "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas" and Andy Williams’ "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year."

 

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