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Blackmore’s Night - Winter Carols (2006/2013)

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Blackmore’s Night - Winter Carols (2006/2013)

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CD 1

01. Hark The Herald Angels Sing / Come All Ye Faithful (3:46)
02. I Saw Three Ships (2:36)
03. Winter (Basse Dance) (3:04)
04. Ding Dong Merrily On High (3:12)
05. Ma-O-Tzur (2:15)
06. Good King Wenceslas (4:42)
07. Lord Of The Dance / Simple Gifts (3:31)
08. We Three Kings (4:44)
09. Wish You Were Here (5:00)
10. Emmanuel (3:28)
11. Christmas Eve (4:16)
12. We Wish You A Merry Christmas (1:21)

CD 2

01. ‘Hark The Herald Angels Sing/O Come All Ye Faithful’
02. ‘Emmanuel’
03. ‘We Three Kings’
04. ‘Ma-O-Tzur’
05. ‘Good King Wenceslas’
06. ‘Christmas Eve’ (2013 Version)
07. ‘Christmas Eve’ (German radio edit)
08. ‘Christmas Eve’ (English and German radio edit)
09. ‘Christmas Eve’ (English radio edit)

Ritchie Blackmore - Guitar, Mandola, Nyckelharpa, Percussion, Hurdy Gurdy, Arranger
Pat Regan – Keyboards
Candice Night - Shawm, Whistle [Pennywhistle], Recorder, Vocals
Lady Madeline, Lady Nancy - Harmony Vocals 
Orchestrated By Pat Regan


Ever wonder what Christmas carols sounded like back in time when the finest form of transportation was by horse and wearing armor was a hip fashion statement? Well then, the second release of 2006 by Blackmore's Night, Winter Carols, may offer some insight. As with their previous efforts, the music on Winter Carols is of the Renaissance-inspired folk variety. And while the majority of the songs are traditional compositions, there are also a few originals, including "Winter (Basse Dance)," which includes some simply gorgeous acoustic guitar doodling by once Fender Strat/Marshall amp abuser Blackmore. Elsewhere, songs such as "Hark the Herald Angels Sing/Come All Ye Faithful" and "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" would sound splendid sung around the campfire -- if it were still the 15th century. Unfortunately, a rendition of the Chipmunks' "The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late)" is not included. ---Greg Prato, allmusic.com

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