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Singing for Charity: Frank Sinatra’s first recording in more than seven years--a version of “Silent Night"--will be contained on “The Christmas Album, a Gift of Hope,” a collection of Christmas songs being released Saturday by the San Diego-based Children’s Hospital Foundation to benefit children’s hospitals around the country. Among other artists featured in the album, produced by Michael Lloyd: Reba McEntire, Barry Manilow, Willie Nelson, Stryper and Dionne Warwick. The album will be available in Los Angeles at Vons markets, Bullock’s and the Children’s Hospital Foundation.

For the record:
12:00 AM, Nov. 02, 1991 For the Record
Los Angeles Times Saturday November 2, 1991 Home Edition Calendar Part F Page 3 Column 1 Entertainment Desk 1 inches; 26 words Type of Material: Correction
Album sale-- “The Christmas Album, a Gift of Hope,” which includes Frank Sinatra singing “Silent Night,” is available at Pavilions markets, not Vons as stated in Thursday’s Calendar.

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