Everybody has a favorite Christmas album. For some, it may be one that you listened to growing up or one that reminds you of a certain Christmas from year past, or even something new.

For me, I love the Kenny Rogers/ Dolly Parton 'Once Upon a Christmas' from years ago but I also enjoy listening to Martina McBride's 'White Christmas' and John Berry's Christmas album from the 1990's titled 'O Holy Night.'  For me, it takes me back to a more simple time when I actually had more time to enjoy and appreciate the beauty of great Christmas music.

Two of country music's legends will have their classic Christmas albums released and yes, to it's original vinyl format.  Hey vinyl is hot again.  I'm pretty excited to hear these latest reissues:  Glen Campbell's 1968 album 'That Christmas Feeling' and 'Merle Haggard's Christmas Present' from 1973 that includes one of my favorite Christmas songs you don't hear anymore, 'Santa Claus And Popcorn.'  Both albums have just been re-released by Universal Music Enterprises.

Here are the tracks that you can revisit thanks to these reissues:

Glen Campbell’s That Christmas Feeling Track List:

Side A
1. “Christmas Is For Children”
2. “Old Toy Trains”
3. “Little Altar Boy”
4. “It Must Be Getting Close To Christmas”
5. “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas”
6. “Blue Christmas”

Side B
1. “The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You)”
2. “Pretty Paper”
3. “There’s No Place Like Home”
4. “I’ll Be Home For Christmas”
5. “Christmas Day”

Merle Haggard’s Christmas Present Track Listing:

Side A
1. “If We Make It Through December”
2. “Santa Claus And Popcorn”
3. “Bobby Wants A Puppy Dog For Christmas”
4. “Daddy Won’t Be Home Again For Christmas”
5. “Grandma’s Homemade Christmas Card”

Side B
1. “White Christmas”
2. “Silver Bells”
3. “Winter Wonderland”
4. “Silent Night”
5.” Jingle Bells”

[via Music Row]