Blues legend Eric Clapton gives his Fans for the first Time with a Christmas album
Every year, the artists and Labels give us in the run-up to Christmas with a lot of new music. It is not for a long time only the classic Christmas albums that are worth to give away. Here are some Highlights.
John Legend – “A Legendary Christmas”
soul singer John Legend (39) ushered in this year’s festive season in October with his first Christmas album “A Legendary Christmas”. So it’s no wonder that the 39-Year-old wanted to leave the production to be a womanizer and brought with Grammy award winner Raphael Saadiq (52) a well-known producer help. A part merry, part exhilarating the 14 Songs strong Album, that’s really fun is to come.
Eric Clapton – “Happy Xmas”
Blues legend Eric Clapton (73) published with “Happy Xmas” is actually the first Christmas album ever. In the 16 titles of Mr. Slowhand interprets of course some of these timeless Christmas classics like “Jingle Bells”, but also less well-known pieces, and even the new position of “For Love On Christmas Day”. “I had all these Christmas songs in my head and tried to imagine how one could play with a subtle Blues-weft – and finally, I put and put a pinch of the Blues Parts, between the vocal passages,” explains Clapton.
“Sing my Song – The Christmas concert Vol. 5”
The Christmas concert series of the TV Show “Sing my Song” is already in the fifth round – so it’s become something of a Christmas classic. For festive mood, Rea Garvey, Leslie Clio, Alphaville singer Marian Gold, Judith Holofernes, gunslinger frontman Johannes Strate, Mary Roos and Mark Forster were able to all your personal Christmas song perform in this year.
Pentatonix – “Christmas Is Here”
No Christmas is complete without the Pentatonix. “Christmas Is Here” is the fourth Soundtrack to the festive season, the Acapella-Formation. And once more the Pentatonix modern and traditional Christmas made songs. Helped on the Album, among other things, Kelly Clarkson (36), and Country Star Maren Morris (28).
The Beatles – “White Album”
50. Anniversary of the “White album” by the Beatles was the double-LP this year, re-launched in part with a series of elaborate editions. The sound of the 30 Tracks of the album were beefed up also, and in addition, the Release includes 27 early Acoustic Demos, and 50 Studio recordings, most of which were not yet available. An all-Round Carefree package for all Beatles Fans.
“Tabaluga – The movie (Original Soundtrack)”
For the Soundtrack of the Tabaluga film has Peter Maffay (69) come up with something special. Thus, not only listen to a few Songs by him, but also Songs by Yvonne Catterfeld, Michael Bully Herbig, or Wincent Weiss. They all took on a character in the Film as a voice-over – White even the figure of Tabaluga. Rounding out the Album with 13 Songs that were recorded by the German film orchestra Babelsberg.
“Hainer – The small shark to the sea mission”
For the Little ones among us there is also, of course, something like this: “Hainer – The small shark to the sea mission” is a Musical radio drama about friendship, cohesion and environmental protection. Will be discussed here, among other things, the pollution of the oceans by plastic, and fuel, over-fishing, the greenhouse effect and the polar ice caps are melting, of course, have a playful and child-friendly art.
“The Nutcracker and the four Realms”
And even a Soundtrack: disney’s Christmas film “The Nutcracker and the four Kingdoms” is based musically on themes from Tchaikovsky’s classic ballet of 1892, but with a modern Twist. Among other things, the world steered well-known Pianist Lang Lang (36) Piano Parts, and star tenor Andrea Bocelli (60) sings with his son Matteo Bocelli duet “Fall on Me” at the conclusion of the album.