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Kenny G - Faith - A Holiday Album (1999)

12-09-2015, 22:09
Music | Jazz | Smooth Jazz | Easy Listening | FLAC / APE

Kenny G - Faith - A Holiday Album (1999)

Artist: Kenny G
Title Of Album: Faith - A Holiday Album
Year Of Release: 1999
Label: Arista Records
Genre: Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Easy Listening
Quality: FLAC (Tracks) / MP3
Bitrate: lossless /320 kbps
Total Time: 48:38 min
Total Size: 280 / 111 mb

Kenny G - Faith - A Holiday Album (1999)
1.Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
2.First Noel, The
3.I'll Be Home For Christmas
4.Sleigh Ride
5.We Three Kings/Carol of the Bells
6.O Christmas Tree
7.Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
8.Eternal Light (A Chanukah Song)
9.Ave Maria
10.Auld Lang Syne
11.The Christmas Song
12.Bonus Track (Voice)

Kenny G - soprano & tenor saxophones
William Ross
Greg Bleck - programming
Chris Boardman - conductor

Also: Nathan East, Paulinho Da Costa, Greg Phillinganes, Ricky Lawson, Randy Waldman, Walter Afanasieff

Kenny G - Faith - A Holiday Album (1999)

Kenny G currently owns the smooth-jazz soprano sax with his popular, mainstream arrangements and compositions. And on his first holiday album, despite occasionally predictable charts and phrasing, the saxman delivers a thoughtful and moving collection of songs, spirituals, and hymns, with his trademark sound wedded to several ensemble and orchestral arrangements. The G-man stretches out in "Sleigh Ride" and "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town," but these are balanced by more serious pieces such as the lovely, original "Eternal Light ( A Chanukah Song)" and "Ave Maria." There's a genuine humbleness and inspired reverence in the playing here--as in, Kenny G really means it, man. After a ghost track, "The Christmas Song," the record closes with a haunting audio history of America's last century, which runs under a revisited version of "Auld Lang Syne." Summing up a turbulent and triumphant 100 years, this one is sure to put a lump in your throat and a tear in your eye. --Martin Keller

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