Jamie Grace - Christmas Together

Published Saturday 5th January 2013
Jamie Grace - Christmas Together
Jamie Grace - Christmas Together

STYLE: Pop
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 123796-19868
LABEL: Gotee 669447003243
FORMAT: CD EP
ITEMS: 1
RELEASE DATE: 2012-10-23
RRP: £5.99

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

This was first released as a download in 2011 so it's taken your favourite website a goodly while to catch up with that quirky soul pop talent's take on Christmas songs. The best cut by far is a wonderfully catchy version of "O Come, O Come Emmanuel" which with its cooing girl chorus takes the ancient carol into places unimagined by cathedral choirs. Unfortunately, this four-song EP also contains a version of "Christmas Won't Be Late", a song you may have endured when rendered by Alvin & The Chipmunks and even the precocious talent of Jamie can't save it. However, that's almost made up for by a good version of "What Child Is This" where the lady is accompanied by rockers Abandon Kansas. Expect to hear "O Come, O Come Emmanuel" on the radio (at least Cross Rhythms Radio) for years to come.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Christmas Together [Listen]
2. O Come, O Come Emmanuel [Listen]
3. The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late) [Listen]
4. What Child Is This [Listen]

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Product Description
A Christmas EP from 20 year old Dove new Artist of the year 2011.

Grammy nominee Jamie Grace is just 20 years old and is not only a singer songwriter but also studying children’s ministry. Her début album One Song at a Time was critically acclaimed by the Christian music industry and this EP continues to prove that Jamie Grace is an artist here to stay.

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