Various - Wave Music Christmas flac album
Title: Wave Music Christmas
MP3 album: 1621 mb
FLAC album: 1104 mb
Other formats: MP4 ADX DMF MP1 MPC VOC MMF
Genre: Jazz / Folk / World music
3 people found this helpful. Cliff Richard had three Christmas number one hits in the UK - Millennium prayer, Saviour's day and Mistletoe and wine - and they are all here together with a fourth big UK hit, Little town. I love Cliff's music but some people have a different opinion and will not like his strong representation here.
Explore releases from the Wave Music label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Wave Music releases. Профиль: Founded in 1995 by its owner François Kevorkian as a means to release cutting-edge but timeless music that doesn't necessarily fit the norm of what most people come to expect of a New York 'dance' indie label. Celtic Dreams (CD, Album, Comp).
Album · 2010 · 38 Songs. Christmas Wouldn't Be Christmas Without You. Roy Clark. 5. R2D2 We Wish You A Merry Christmas.
New Wave music meant a lot of things in the late 1970s. It encompassed pretty much everything that followed the punk movement that still served as an alternative to mainstream pop and rock. There was power-pop, neo-psychedelia, acid-punk, art rock and lots and lots of keyboards. 50. Pretty in Pink (1986) John Hughes’ use of music was so distinct and masterful that to this day, lazy music writers can describe something as sounding like it belongs in a John Hughes movie and you know exactly what they mean. And out of all his soundtracks, Pretty in Pink is perhaps the John Hughes-iest, full of New Wave classics worthy of its record store-clerk heroine. It makes this record (and, even more so, the band’s second album) stand out more for the musicianship, while never taking itself too serious.
Various Artists, ‘A Christmas Record’. This album, originally released by ZE Records in 1981, is a collection of experimental, alternative, and new-wave takes on Christmas. They don't seem to take much joy in the holiday – but they take plenty in making excellently weird noise. Various Artists, ‘Where Will You Be Christmas Day?’ Compiling twenty-four recordings from 78 rpm records cut between 1917 and 1959, this album includes blues, folk, gospel, calypso, and weird Americana. There's a few artists you may know: it's hard to beat Lead Belly getting excited that "Christmas Is A-Coming" or Bessie Smith wailing "At the Christmas Ball.
|1||–Dionne Warwick||White Christmas||3:56|
|2||–Gerald Albright||This Christmas||3:28|
|3||–Tok Tok Tok||Winter Wonderland||3:28|
|4||–Jaci Velasquez||I'll Be Home For Christmas||4:05|
|5||–Kirk Whalum||When The Night Rolls In||4:35|
|6||–Richard Elliot||God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen||4:00|
|7||–Lisa Lauren||Christmas Wish||3:52|
|8||–The Pearlfishers||Winter Roads||3:45|
|9||–Marc Antoine||What Child Is This||4:00|
|10||–Gabriela Anders||Our First Christmas||4:01|
|11||–Vince Gill||The Christmas Song||4:16|
|12||–Joe Meixner & Cassandra Voughn||Santa Baby||3:03|
|13||–Niels Lan Doky||Eternal Love||5:31|
|14||–The Singers Unlimited||Silent Night||3:31|
- Compiled By – Vandroff, Woellert
- Mastered By – Christian Zimmerli
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 603877854723
- Label Code: 10157