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A Very Special Christmas Import

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  • CD (25 octobre 1990)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000002GFJ
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette
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Disque : 1

  1. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town - The Pointer Sisters
  2. Winter Wonderland - Eurythmics
  3. Do You Hear What I Hear? - Whitney Houston
  4. Merry Christmas Baby - Bruce Springsteen And The E Street Band
  5. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas - The Pretenders
  6. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus - John Cougar Mellencamp
  7. Gabriel's Message - Sting
  8. Christmas In Hollis - Run-D.M.C.
  9. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) - U2
  10. Santa Baby - Madonna
  11. The Little Drummer Boy - Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
  12. Run Rudolph Run - Bryan Adams
  13. I Wish Everyday Could Be Like Christmas - Bon Jovi
  14. The Coventry Carol - Alison Moyet
  15. Silent Night - Stevie Nicks

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VARIOUS A Very Special Christmas (1987 US 15-track compilation CD album also features Bon Jovi Madonna Sting Bruce Springsteen and Bryan Adams picture sleeve DX2159)


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Format: CD Achat vérifié
Dans l'exercice très anglo-saxon de la compilation de Noël, on trouve le meilleur (Johnny Cash ou Diana Krall), et le médiocre(Bob Dylan et Harry Connick Jr). Ce CD rassemblant plusieurs artistes, on trouve inévitablement les deux catégories, mais l'ensemble est plutôt bon, voire excellent, Madonna et les Pointe Sisters étant les seules à faire des prestations quelque peu ridicules. Mention spéciale à la surprenante interprétation de Christmas in a hollis par... Run DMC ! Les Pretenders (rhhhaaaa, Chrissie Hynde !), Sting et Bob Seger font ce qu'il y a de meilleur dans cet album, à mon goût, et on y trouve aussi des morceaux parfaitement inconnus à mon oreille (Run, Rudolph, run, et I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus sont tous deux excellents !). Bref, un de mes meilleurs CD de Noël, à acheter dans cette version plutôt que dans celle du 25e anniversaire, strictement identique, mais plus chère...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Selection of Great Songs 21 février 2006
Par Jeff, Young Old-Timer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This ol' rock 'n' roller enjoyed this album on cassette tape until the darn thing self-destructed this past Christmas season. So I got the CD right away, and it was like hearing them for the first time all over again. My personal favorite is Bob Seger's version of The Little Drummer Boy. He does his usual awesome best on this reverent song and doesn't hurt it one little bit. All the tracks are good. I'm no fan of Run DMC, but I can even listen to this one without thinking "rap-#@**!!" That's just me. Overall, I rate this CD five stars. I listen to Christmas music off and on throughout the year and a little more often in mid-spring when it's much more likely that Jesus was born. Hint: NO shepherds are outdoors with their flocks at night during the winter in Israel. It's about the same as trying that in Arkansas. Anyhoo, I enjoy the thing whenever the mood gets me. I highly recommend it.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Christmas Rock 22 décembre 2000
Par zeni - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
What can I say? I grew up listening to the old guard's Christmas albums (Perry Como, Andy Williams, etc.). A VERY SPECIAL CHRISTMAS was probably the first "contemporary" Christmas album I'd heard. While I still prefer the retro artists singing my Christmas music, there are some noteworthy efforts on this CD.
I always like to hear the Pointer Sisters sing the opening song, "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town." That's a great one out of the gate because the Pointers sound so excited about Christmas, sounding almost childlike with glee.
Though I'm not much of a Whitney Houston fan, one of my favorite songs on this CD is Houston's soulful version of "Do You Hear What I Hear?" I could have done without Run-DMC's "Christmas in Hollis," but I welcome it on the CD because it helps round out the flavor of the music--from Bruce Springsteen's gritty "Merry Christmas Baby" to Sting's ethereal "Gabriel's Message."
But it is Alison Moyet's haunting rendition of "The Coventry Carol" that makes this CD worth listening to. I had pulled the CD out to listen to on a Christmas road trip several years ago, and when I heard that song--WOW! I like Loreena McKennitt's version (on her CD, A WINTER GARDEN) much better, but it was Moyet's version that got me interested in listening to Christmas music that's off the beaten path.
I recommend this CD to those who want their Christmas with an Eighties touch. I would even recommend it to traditionalists who want a change every once in a while.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Still fresh after all these years 25 novembre 2003
Par Ken Cook - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Hard to believe that 16 years have gone by since this compilation was first released (1987). It is the first in what is now a five-volume series and perhaps the best of them all. Many of these recording artists featured on this record, I am not particularly a fan of. But they sure sound great doing Christmas music! My only real beef with this album is that there are no original Christmas songs here. All of these songs are covers of well-known and mostly over-recorded Christmas classics. But by and large, they are very well done and in most cases, they are given a new and refreshing twist.
The set kicks off with a frenetic version of "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" by the Pointer Sisters with a Clarence Clemens like saxophone break in the middle, injecting some new life into this tired classic. This is followed by the Eurythmics eclectic version of "Winter Wonderland" that sounds just as fresh today as it did then. Then we have Whitney Houston, pre-Bobby Brown, doing a powerful version of "Do You Hear What I Hear." Whitney was hottest female vocalist on the planet back in 1987 and this recording reveals her at the top of her game, before her long and sad slide downward.
Speaking of Clarence Clemens, we have Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band up next doing a live version of "Merry Christmas Baby." And the hits keep coming. The Pretenders (Chrissie Hynde) with an awesome version of "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" and then John Mellencamp (still known as John Cougar back in those days) belting out a rocking version of "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus."
But the best of this album is still to come! Sting's otherworldly "Gabriel's Message" is just perfect for the holiday season. He ought to get his own Christmas album someday. Then we have the late Run-D.M.C. doing the now classic "Christmas In Hollis." I'm not a fan of rap but how can you not like a song with lyrics like this: "It's Christmas time in Hollis Queens. Mom's cooking chicken and collard greens!" This is then followed by U2's killer version of Darlene Love's "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" and The Edge takes Phil Spector's wall of sound one step further. U2 is another artist that ought to do their own Christmas album.
The album's only misfire comes on the next track with Madonna singing Eartha Kitt's "Santa Baby" in her nauseating little-girl voice (in fairness, I didn't like the original much either). But that is followed by Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band doing a very decent version of "Little Drummer Boy." The next two tracks I don't care for very much, Bryan Adams doesn't do anything new and exciting with "Run Rudolph Run" and Bon Jovi sounds tired with their live version of "Back Door Santa," complete with the obligatory guitar solo and lame callouts to the audience to "put their hands together" and such. I understand that newer versions of this album substitutes this song with "I Wish Everyday Could Be Like Christmas" but I still have my original 1987 copy.
Then we have what is quite probably the best song on the entire album. Alison Moyet's "The Coventry Carol" which I must play twenty times every Christmas and never get sick of. I have no idea who Alison Moyet is other than this one song but it's a great one and worth the price of this album alone. This collection finally comes to a close with Stevie Nick's stellar version of "Silent Night" - another standout track on what is in my opinion the best Christmas compilation album of the 1980s, at least of those that feature contemporary, well-known recording artists.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Have Yourself a Very Special Christmas 1 décembre 2003
Par Johnny Heering - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This was the first of the Very Special Christmas albums, and it's still the best. There are some great performances here, but I have to make special mention of Eurythmics, who turn in the best version of "Winter Wonderland" I have ever heard. Run-D.M.C. contribute the only original song here, "Christmas in Hollis", and it's a terrific one. I also love the songs by the Pointer Sisters, Bruce Springsteen, the Pretenders, John Cougar Mellencamp, U2 and Madonna. The only weak performance here is by Bon Jovi, but they can't all be great. This album would make a fine addition to anyone's Christmas music library.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Stands the test of time 21 novembre 2001
Par Bruce Aguilar - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The very first time I heard this cd, I fell in love with it. That was Christmas 1989 and still everytime I put it on, I have a great time. Hearing this varied group of artists all together doing their own renditions of classic carols is a terrific treat! From the etherial "Silent Night" by Stevie Nicks to the rocking "Merry Christmas Baby" by Bruce Springsteen and the jokey "Santa Baby" by Madonna, this cd never fails to suprise and delight! What's really suprising is that out of the entire collection only one song, "Christmas in Hollis" sounds dated. No matter though, dated or not, most of these songs have become staples on radio at Christmas time. This is by FAR the best of the 'Very Special Christmas' series and no home that celebrates the holiday should be without it!
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