Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Point of Grace|
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Christian
Winter Wonderland is a breathtaking assortment of ten classic Christmas songs that we have come to know and love. Long-time collaborator Brown Bannister (Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith) returns as producer, showcasing Point o... more »
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Winter Wonderland is a breathtaking assortment of ten classic Christmas songs that we have come to know and love. Long-time collaborator Brown Bannister (Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith) returns as producer, showcasing Point of Grace's vocally intricate harmonies and beautiful string arrangements on select tracks. This holiday collection contains something for everyone from traditional sing-alongs like "Jingle Bells" to a more contemporary version of "Little Town".
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Not as good as 'A Christmas Story'
E. Miller | Tampa, FL United States | 11/28/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"These ladies have beautiful voices, but I am disappointed by this album. The song selections are trite and the album isn't much of a value at less than 45 minutes long. I prefer the song selection and arrangements of their 1999 Christmas release- it's a unique addition to my Christmas music collection that gets played frequently during the season."
K. Pemberton | Portland | 11/01/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I've waited for this second Christmas Album from Point of Grace. I like this album because it incorporates so many different styles of music.
Some of the music is big band, some is acapella, and some of it is what I would call the "Point of Grace" sound.
My favorite songs are "All is Well" and "In the First Light""
More traditional than their other Christmas album
Music Lover | USA | 11/16/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Point of Grace's first Christmas album 'A Christmas Story' hit legendary status. They took traditional songs and reworked them wonderfully. I was expecting something similar with 'Winter Wonderland' but didn't find it. Point of Grace seems to take more of a traditional approach on this album. They have reworked traditional songs but they stay fairly close to the original. The one exception of course is the song entitled "Let There Be Light" which is a new song. It's no secret that the voices of the members of Point of Grace seem to melt into one voice so if traditional Christmas music is your thing you're going to love this cd. If you're looking for more of a departure from the traditional songs you may be a little disappointed the first run through. Give it another listen or two, however, and I think you'll come to enjoy this cd more and more. Christmas music is used for a variety of purposes: to get into the Christmas mood, as background for a Christmas party etc...this cd would work well for all of them. I give this cd 5 stars because of the quality of vocals and songs themselves. These are classic Christmas songs and will be enjoyed by all. Have a very Merry Christmas!"