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Deana Carter - Father Christmas (2001) Lossless

26-04-2015, 20:52
Music | Folk | Country | Pop | FLAC / APE

Deana Carter - Father Christmas (2001) Lossless

Artist: Deana Carter
Title Of Album: Father Christmas
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: Red River Entertainment
Genre: Country
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 44:43 Min
Total Size: 222 Mb


01. I'll Be Home for Christmas
02. The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)
03. Merry Christmas Darling
04. Blue Christmas
05. Johnny's Snowman
06. Let It Snow
07. Silent Night
08. Winter Wonderland
09. White Christmas
10. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
11. Bonus Track (Interview)

Along with hit singles and Fan Fair appearances, Christmas albums are one of the requirements for a successful career in major-label country music. Even artists with only one CD behind them are often compelled to make the second a collection of holiday favorites. Deana Carter's the exception that proves the rule. On the punningly titled Father Christmas (dad Fred, a veteran Nashville session man whose resumГ© includes Bridge over Troubled Water and work with Dylan and Waylon Jennings, is her sole accompanist here), the one-time multimillion seller for Capitol uses the form to reintroduce herself on an indie.
Carter's voice, both smoky and innocent-sounding, impossible to listen to without feeling the need to have your back scratched right now, brings these mostly familiar songs a dimension of personality that's often lost on more cookie-cutter releases. The space given her father's wide-ranging talents reflects a sense of true collaboration. His pithy, Willie-style solo on "Merry Christmas Darling" is a small gem, and his bluesy intro to "Silent Night" takes the melody into a distinctly new realm. Father Christmas isn't as filling as a set of new Carter songs would've been, but it's a good sign of her continuing vitality as a performing force. --Rickey Wright

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