Item description for Holiday: A Collection of Christmas Classics by Matthew West...
1) Joy To The World 2) Let It Snow Let Is Snow Let It Snow 3) Ill Be Home For Christmas 4) Winter Wonderland 5) Go Tell It On The Mountain 6) What Child Is This 7) Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas 8) Christmas Song 9) Angels We Have Heard On High 10) Jingle Bells 11) O Holy Night
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Format: Original recording reissued
Studio: Metro One
Record Label Metro One Rec
Format Original recording reissued
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 4.84" Width: 5.55" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.21 lbs.
Release Date Oct 31, 2000
Publisher WORD MUSIC - CHRISTMAS #190
ISBN 7012821264 ISBN13 0074948819222 UPC 074948819222
Availability 0 units.
More About Matthew West
Crystal Lewis (born September 11, 1969) is an American contemporary Christian/Gospel vocalist, songwriter and author.
Time – the continuum of experience in which events pass from the future through the present to the past. In one respect, time does not seem to define the career of critically acclaimed singer/songwriter and multi-Dove Award winner, Crystal Lewis. In a day and age where so many artists come and go, Crystal’s unbelievable voice and undeniable message has withstood the test of time. In the year 2009, Crystal will celebrate 24 years as a successful recording artist. Within those 24 years, Crystal has released 20 English albums (including one remix project and two live projects) and 7 Spanish albums and does not show any sign of slowing down. In Spring 2006, Crystal released her first ever children’s project, Joyful Noise.
Crystal Lewis currently resides in the state of California.
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Old-school jazz with brains and beauty! Jan 19, 2004
Ok, yeah, wow, can't believe I'm the first to review this. This is one of the BEST Christmas albums I've ever heard. See, it's weird cuz it's not like normal Crystal Lewis stuff. She took her voice which is SOOO jazzy anyway, nice bluesy quality, complete with odd vowel-sounds and everything, then she took herself, an AMAZING pianist/arranger (I think his name is Alan Pasqua, or somesuch), a great jazz drummer, and a great bassist (along with some others guest musicians here and there) and they went out west in the summer and cut this disc. But see, they did it the old-school way: live in the studio, recorded in one or two takes. And it really is evident, THIS ALBUM FEELS OLD. I mean that in the best way possible. This isn't pop-star croons christmas. This is like taking a trip back to the heyday of jazz, but with EXCELLENT sound quality and music theory that's just brilliant. Much more sound theory-wise than her "attack of the screamin' rays" swing project. It's fun enough and beautiful enough to win the masses, yet technically sound enough to stand up against the most brutal jazz musician's critique. Enjoy!