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|Genre||Christmas, folk, pop|
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Christmas is the eighteenth full-length album by Canadian singer-songwriter Bruce Cockburn, released in 1993 by True North Records.
All tracks traditional, arranged by Bruce Cockburn, except where noted.
Home for Christmas is the first seasonal album by American boy band NSYNC. The album was released, exclusively in the United States, on November 10, 1998, following the success of their debut album. On October 27, 1999, Home for Christmas was certified Double Platinum by the RIAA for shipment of two million copies in the United States. Home for Christmas was released on September 30, 2002 in the United Kingdom as The Meaning of Christmas on Ariola Express with an altered track listing. "Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays" was released as a single in the United States, and in Germany as well, due to its inclusion on the group's German seasonal album, The Winter Album. As of December 2014, Home for Christmas has sold 2.8 million copies in the United States, making it the fifteenth best-selling Christmas/holiday album in the U.S. since Nielsen SoundScan started tracking music sales in 1991. The album has sold over 4 million copies worldwide.
Behind the Eyes is the tenth studio album, and fifteenth album by Christian music and pop music singer Amy Grant, released in 1997.
Simple Things is the twelfth studio album by Christian music and pop music singer-songwriter Amy Grant, released in 2003.
All That Matters is an album by Michael Bolton, released in 1997, and was his first studio album since 1993's "The One Thing". Bolton was aided in production by Babyface and Tony Rich, and among the songwriters are Bolton, Diane Warren, Babyface, Lamont Dozier, Gary Burr, and Tony Rich. Bolton’s U.S. fans were puzzled by the album’s title, "All That Matters", until the phrase was found on the bonus track, "When There Are No Words", on the UK version of the album. The two singles from the album, "The Best of Love", and "Safe Place from the Storm" were disappointing in sales and radio play, and fans were disappointed that the songs were performed only a handful of times during Bolton’s 1998 tour in support of the album. This was Bolton's longest studio album, the only one so far to be more than an hour in length, although some Greatest Hits compilations have been longer.
Other Roads is an album by Boz Scaggs, released in 1988. After an eight-year hiatus from recording, Boz Scaggs returned in 1988 with the album Other Roads, a record aimed primarily at the adult contemporary market. The album reached #47 on the Billboard pop album chart, while the lead single “Heart of Mine” was a big Adult Contemporary success, peaking at #3 on that chart. The single also reached #35 on the Billboard pop singles chart. This single was produced by Stewart Levine. Another adult contemporary radio hit from the album, "Cool Running" was co-written by producer Patrick Leonard.
Christmas is the twelfth studio album and the first Christmas album by Kenny Rogers released in 1981.
There You Go Again is the twenty-fourth studio album by Kenny Rogers, released in 2000. It was his second studio album on his own Dreamcatcher Records label and produced the singles "There You Go Again", "He Will, She Knows", "Homeland" and "Beautiful ".
You've Never Seen Everything is an album by Canadian singer-songwriter Bruce Cockburn, released on July 10, 2003.
A Spanner in the Works is a studio album released by Rod Stewart on 29 May 1995. It is Stewart's seventeenth studio album and ended a four-year gap since his previous studio album. At the time it was Stewart's longest break between albums. It was released on Warner Bros. Records in The United States, The United Kingdom, and Japan. Five singles were released: "You're The Star", "Leave Virginia Alone", "This", "Lady Luck", and "Purple Heather".
Lovescape is the nineteenth studio album by the American singer Neil Diamond. Released in 1991, it peaked at number 44 on the Billboard 200. "Hooked on the Memory of You" was a duet with Kim Carnes, while "Don't Turn Around" was co-written by Diane Warren. It is the last album, till 12 Songs, to credit him with playing guitar, but he may have possibly contributed some uncredited guitar work on previous or subsequent albums.
Maybe This Christmas Too? is a holiday compilation album released in October 2003 through Nettwerk Records featuring contemporary musicians performing both classic and original Christmas songs. The compilation served as a sequel to Maybe This Christmas (2002) and preceded Maybe This Christmas Tree (2004). A portion of the proceeds from the album went to Toys for Tots, a charity supported by the United States Marine Corps. Critical reception of the compilation, which failed to chart in any nation, was mixed.
Heartlight is the fifteenth studio album by Neil Diamond. It was released in August 1982 on Columbia Records. The album spent 34 weeks on the charts and peaked at #9. For shipments of a million copies it was certified Platinum by the RIAA.
Phillips, Craig and Dean is Phillips, Craig and Dean's self-titled debut album, released on September 17, 1992. The songs "Turn Up the Radio" and "Favorite Song of All" were released as singles. Both of those songs, as well as "Midnight Oil", "This Is the Life" and "Little Bit of Morning", were included on their greatest hits album Favorite Songs of All.
Givin' It Up is a first-time recording/collaboration between vocalist Al Jarreau and guitarist George Benson. It contains songs previously recorded by both artists and original music. Other vocalists and musicians featured are Jill Scott, Patti Austin, Herbie Hancock, Stanley Clarke, Abe Laboriel, Chris Botti, Marcus Miller, and Paul McCartney. This project also includes standards by Billie Holiday and Sam Cooke, pop songs by Seals and Crofts and Daryl Hall along with the jazz-swing "Four" by Miles Davis, and "Ordinary People" by John Legend.
Everlasting is an album by American singer Natalie Cole, released on June 14, 1987. The album is considered Cole's commercial comeback and features production by duo The Calloways who contributed to the track "Jump Start", a cover of Bruce Springsteen's "Pink Cadillac", which reached the US Billboard Hot 100 Top 10, and the hit "I Live for Your Love".
Twice the Love is a 1988 studio album by George Benson that was recorded with six production teams. The two main singles off the record were the title track Twice the Love and the Curtis Mayfield song Let's Do It Again which was a No. 1 hit for The Staple Singers in 1975.
Primitive is the sixteenth studio album by Neil Diamond. It was released in 1984 on Columbia Records. Its singles "Turn Around", "Sleep With Me Tonight", and "You Make Me Feel Like Christmas" reach numbers 4, 24, and 28, respectively on the Billboard Adult Contemporary singles chart, while "Turn Around" also reached number 62 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The album was certified gold by the RIAA on October 5, 1984
Blue Obsession is the fifth studio album by American singer-songwriter Michael McDonald. The album was released on March 28, 2000, by Ramp Records.
Love, Smokey is a 1990 Smokey Robinson album. Love, Smokey was the follow up to Robinson's very successful album One Heartbeat. The first single was "Everything You Touch". This song reached #2 on the adult contemporary chart. Stevie Wonder plays harmonica on the track "Easy". Singles from this album: 1. "Everything You Touch". 2. "It's The Same Old Love". 3. "Take Me Through The night". Songs one and two listed above had accompanying music videos. Robinson's daughter Tamla appeared in the video for "It's The Same Old Love". The CD format had 2 bonus tracks over the cassette and record versions.
Nothing but a Burning Light is the seventeenth full-length album by Canadian singer/songwriter Bruce Cockburn. The album was released in 1991 by True North Records.