|Through the Many Winters, A Christmas Album|
|Studio album by|
|Released||November 1, 2005|
|Producer||Michael McDonald, Shannon Forrest, Grady Walker.|
|Michael McDonald chronology|
Through the Many Winters, A Christmas Album is a 2005 Christmas album by Michael McDonald.It was one of the first in the longstanding series of annual seasonal albums commissioned and retailed by Hallmark Cards to have reliable sales figures published, despite being sold through Hallmark's 4,000 card franchise shops, rather than through normal record shops in the Billboard chart system. The album was released three weeks before Thanksgiving, and reached Gold status (500,000 copies sold) two weeks after its release. At the time of its release, the album was priced at $7.95 with a purchase of three Hallmark cards.
A Christmas Album is American singer-songwriter James Taylor's first Christmas album. It was released on a limited-edition basis in 2004, with distribution through Hallmark stores. The albums were also not carried by all Hallmark Cards stockists.
James Taylor at Christmas is the seventeenth studio and second Christmas album by singer-songwriter James Taylor, released by Columbia Records in 2006. It was his last release for Columbia since signing with them in 1977.
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 ".
It's About Time is the twelfth studio album released by Kenny Loggins. Released in 2003, it was his first non-Christmas, non-children's album since 1997's The Unimaginable Life as well as his first following termination from Columbia Records while working on the album. Besides Loggins, several other noteworthy musicians co-wrote and performed on the album. These include frequent Loggins cohort Michael McDonald, as well as fellow soft-rocker Richard Marx and country singer Clint Black.
Mr. Snowman is a Christmas album by American country music artist John Michael Montgomery. The album was released on October 7, 2003. It was the first Christmas album of his career, and it includes both traditional Christmas music and newly recorded tracks.
Joy to the World is the first Christmas album and seventh overall studio album by American country music singer Faith Hill. It features the U.S. Adult Contemporary #1 hit, "A Baby Changes Everything". The album was certified Gold by RIAA on December 4, 2008, and as of November 2016, it has sold 762,000 copies in the US.
If That's What It Takes is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Michael McDonald. The album was released in August 1982.
I Prefer the Moonlight is the twentieth studio album by country singer Kenny Rogers. It reached #18 on the charts. Though the album only reached #163 in the Billboard 200, the success in the country market was enough for it to go gold. It contained three top five singles: the title cut and the grammy-winning duet with Ronnie Milsap, "Make No Mistake, She's Mine" and "The Factory". The album was Rogers' final studio album for RCA Records.
Won't Be Blue Anymore is the fifth studio album by country music artist Dan Seals. It was his most successful studio album; the only one to reach No. 1 on the Top Country Albums chart. The album featured some of Seals most popular songs, including "Bop" and "Meet Me in Montana", a duet with Marie Osmond. These and the third single, "Everything That Glitters ", all reached No. 1 on the Hot Country Songs chart. "Bop" was a major crossover hit, peaking at No. 10 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart. The compact disc format of this album was released on the album's initial release. It has been out-of-print for more than 20 years and is highly collectible.
Heaven is the third album released by brother and sister duo BeBe & CeCe Winans and their second released on Capitol Records. It reached number one on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart.
Water & Bridges is the twenty-sixth studio album by American country music singer Kenny Rogers. It was released on March 21, 2006 via Capitol Records Nashville. The album accounted for three singles: "I Can't Unlove You," "The Last Ten Years (Superman)" and "Calling Me," all of which charted on Hot Country Songs. These songs respectively reached peaks of 17, 56 and 53.
You Can't Make Old Friends is the twenty-seventh and final studio album of original music from American country music singer Kenny Rogers. Released on October 8, 2013 via Warner Bros. Nashville, it is Rogers's first album of original material since 2006's Water & Bridges. Its title track, a duet with Dolly Parton, peaked at number 57 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart in December 2013, becoming Rogers' first single released in six years. "You Can't Make Old Friends" was later included on Parton's 2014 album, Blue Smoke.
Southbound is the fourteenth studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers featuring collaborations with various artists in remakes of various hits by the band. It's also the most recent studio album by them. It was the group's only album that featured Tony Pia since he joined the band in 2010 before leaving the group in August 2016 since Hossack's retirement due to cancer and his death in 2012. And it was also the band's last studio album to feature keyboardist / vocalist Guy Allison before his departure from the group in October the following year in 2015.
Blue Obsession is the fifth studio album by American singer-songwriter Michael McDonald. The album was released on March 28, 2000, by Ramp Records.
Motown is the sixth studio album by American singer-songwriter Michael McDonald. The album was released on June 24, 2003, by Universal Music International and Motown.
Motown Two is the seventh studio album by American singer-songwriter Michael McDonald. The album was released on October 26, 2004, by Universal Music International and Motown.
Soul Speak is the eighth studio album by American singer-songwriter Michael McDonald. The album was released on March 4, 2008, by Universal Music International and Motown.
Wide Open is the tenth studio album by American musician Michael McDonald, released on September 15, 2017 by Chonin Records and BMG. Shannon Forrest and McDonald produced the album. Wide Open is McDonald's first album of original material in 17 years since Blue Obsession (2000).
Someday/Somehow is the debut solo album from Steve Porcaro.