Item description for Audio CD-Wow Christmas (Red) (2 CD) by WOW Christmas & Various...
Overview 30 song - Two-disc/cassette collection of your favourite Christmas songs, performed by some of the most renowned voices in Christian music today.
1. Strange Way To Save The World - 4HIM 2. Breath Of Heaven (Mary's Song) - Amy Grant 3. Winter Wonderland - Avalon 4. Away In A Manger - Cece Winans 5. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing - Donnie McClurkin 6. The First Noel - FFH 7. Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow - Jaci Velasquez 8. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen - Jars Of Clay 9. What Child Is This? - MercyMe 10. Emmanuel - Michael W. Smith 11. O Come, Let Us Adore Him - Newsboys 12. O Come, O Come, Emmanuel - Nicole C. Mullen 13. A Prayer For Every Year - Plus One 14. O Holy Night! - Point Of Grace 15. Ave Maria - Rachael Lampa 16. Sweet Little Jesus Boy - Rebecca St. James 17. Christmas Time Of Year - Sixpence None The Richer 18. Hallelujah! - Soulful Celebration 19. O Come, All Ye Faithful - Stacie Orrico 20. Christmas Is In The Heart - Steven Curtis Chapman 21. Do You Hear What I Hear? - Third Day 22. Angels We Have Heard On High - ZOEgirl 23. Little Drummer Boy - Audio Adrenaline 24. It Came Upon A Midnight Clear - Caedmon's Call 25. The Night That Christ Was Born - Kirk Franklin 26. Go Tell It On The Mountain - Fred Hammond 27. Sing Mary Sing - Jennifer Knapp 28. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas - Yolanda Adams 29. Silent Night - Mark Schultz & Nichole Nordeman 30. This Christmas/Joy To The World - TobyMac 31. O Little Town Of Bethlehem - Out Of Eden
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Studio: Word Entertainment
Record Label Word Records
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.8" Width: 5.02" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2002
Publisher WORD MUSIC - CHRISTMAS #190
ISBN 7901009624 ISBN13 9787901009622 UPC 080688607821
Availability 31 units. Availability accurate as of May 29, 2017 01:08.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Audio CD-Wow Christmas (Red) (2 CD)?
Even my Granddaughter loves this CD Jan 10, 2007
Yes, even my seven year old granddaughter loves to listen to this Christmas CD. I like the diversity of the songs and the entertainers. I loved the way some of the old standards were done, especially Emmanuel, Let It Snow, and Away in the Manger. Plus there are some songs I had never heard before and they were good. But, the only thing I didn't like was, some of the old standards were (I felt) were terrible. Like Do You Hear What I Hear, Joy to the World, and Little Drummer Boy. But my granddaughter liked them.
Some Very Good Songs, Some Not So Good Nov 25, 2006
This is a collection of mostly familiar Christmas songs done with a modern twist.
While I didn't really like several of the arrangements here, there were also many others that were very good. Due to the diversity of musical tastes, this collection has something that virtually everyone will like. On the other hand, most will find some that they do not appreciate as much.
Some really good arrangements were done by the following artists: Point of Grace, 4Him, Nichole C. Mullen, Mark Schultz and Nichole Nordeman, Kathy Mattea, Third Day, Jennifer Knapp, MercyMe, Jars of Clay, and Rebecca St. James.
Overall, this is a worthwhile CD set.
Wow!!! Dec 19, 2005
This is one of my favourite Christmas music collections, along with Donna Summer's classy 'Christmas Spirit'. The name really says it all, wow!!!
Ranging in style from jazzy treatments, to alternative rock to urban, this is a collection of perrennial favourites redone (and in some cases drastically redone) by most of contemporary Christian music's best. This might not appeal to some but I love the different treatments.
Disc one has the swinging jazzy treatment of 'Winter wonderland' by Avalon featuring the tight harmonies they are known for. 'Strange way to save the world' is a beautiful ballad by 4Him with lyrics about God's choice to send a baby in a manger to save us all. There is the melodramatic 'Emmanuel' by Michael W Smith, the stunning acoustic treatment of 'O come, o come, Emmanuel' by Nicole C Mullen (check out her brilliant 'Christmas in black and white' CD), the celebratory 'Hallelujah' by Soulful Celebration, the soul/gospel choir sound of Kirk Franklin's 'The night that Christ was born, and the awesome 'Mary did you know' by Kathy Mattea, with lyrics asking Mary if she knew the baby she was carrying would one day walk on water and be the saviour of the whole world.
Disc 2 is more rock laced and edgier; 'Do you hear what I hear' by Third Day, an acoustic 'What child is this' by MercyMe, the rocky 'Little drummer boy' by Audio Adrenaline, a soulful rendition of 'O little town of Bethlehem' by Out of Eden, complete with a much needed prayer for peace on earth, the driving rock/pop of 'Angels we have heard on high' by ZOEgirl, 'O little town of Bethlehem' by Caedmon's call, a wonderful slow shuffling performance of 'Christmastime is here' by Sixpence none the richer, the acoustic 'God rest ye merry gentlemen' by Jars of clay featuring excellent harmonising, and the hip hop 'This Christmas (joy to the world)' by TobyMac.
If you are looking for a beautiful, experimental collection of Christmas music with the message of Christmas told, this is the CD for you.
BEST YET Dec 18, 2004
This is one of the best Christmas CD's I have purchased. All the artists do a great job singing some of these old classics. I especially liked Third Days rendition of "Do You Hear What I Hear?". I loved and so do all my friends. Have a Merry Christmas.
Nice mix Dec 2, 2004
There is a nice mix of styles and songs on this CD. The only disappointment is some of the more secular/traditional songs, which you can get on other CDs done better by other people. But it's definately worth having.