Vee-Jay Records was one of the premier soul and blues labels in America during the early 1960s. Jerry Butler, John Lee Hooker, and the Four Seasons were all best-selling artists for the label. The black-owned label also produced gospel and jazz LPs and introduced an unknown English group named the Beatles to America. Out of print for years, this holiday release illustrates the sacred side of Vee-Jay Records' amazing roster. Highlights include two readings of "Silent Night" and Charles Taylor's "A Christmas Message," which is sure to melt the icy heart of any Grinch or Scrooge.