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Gary Lamb - Christmas mp3 track

MP3 1142 mb. | FLAC 1680 mb. | WMA 1720 mb.

Performer: Gary Lamb
Title: Christmas
Released: 1990
Style: Modern Classical
Category: Electronic
Rating: 4.2 ✦


A1 Christmas
A2 Welcome Home
A3 A Gift For Laura
A4 When The Snow Falls
A5 On The Wings Of An Angel
B1 The Light In Their Eyes
B2 On The Road To Bethany
B3 Just One Wish
B4 Winter Dreams
B5 Goodnight To All


  • Composed By, Keyboards, Producer – Gary Lamb

Christmas Party Holidays.

John Gary was one of the most gifted and amazing vocalists of his generation, with legends as diverse as Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley both singing his praises. His range was huge, 3 and a half octaves, and his breath control and diction only matched by Sinatra himself, but what makes this Christmas album so special besides his velvet voice is the great orchestral arrangements by Peter Matz of Barbara Streisand fame. The legendary Norman Luboff Choir provides the background vocals and they are exquisite as well. This is the epitome of what a Christmas album should be - especially today with all the unfortunate political correctness. I actually heard this album back in the late 60's when I was in college, and it was an immediate must have to my collection. At the time it was a difficult find, but with perseverance I was able over time to find two (2) copies just to be sure I would always have a backup.

Artists John Gary The John Gary Christmas Album. The John Gary Christmas Album John Gary. The John Gary Christmas Album. This album has an average beat per minute of 110 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 80/176 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The John Gary Christmas Album. 1. The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire).

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