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A Hollens Family Christmas

by Peter Hollens

The brand new Christmas album from one-man a cappella sensation Peter Hollens.
Genre: Holiday: Easy Listening
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Little Drummer Boy (feat. Mike Tompkins)
3:56 $1.29
2. O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
4:35 $1.29
3. December Song
4:16 $1.29
4. Believe (feat. One Voice Children's Choir)
3:59 $1.29
5. Carol of the Bells
2:26 $1.29
6. Grown-up Christmas List (feat. Evynne Hollens)
4:49 $1.29
7. Mary, Did You Know?
2:45 $1.29
8. Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
3:16 $1.29
9. What Child Is This?
2:36 $1.29
10. Amazing Grace
3:35 $1.29
11. December Song (A Cappella)
3:58 $1.29
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intricate arrangements; lovely voice
My husband and I have listened to this cd a couple of times now. Both of us are singers who are quite fond of a cappella music. In a cappella singing, the quality of a singer's voice is more evident. Peter Hollens has a lovely tenor voice. While he is a little too fond of showing off his falsetto, one cannot deny that it is beautiful. Still, sometimes less falsetto is more. He needs to watch his pronunciation of the word "angel", but aside from that, it's a great pleasure to hear him sing. Our favorites so far are "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel", "Grown-Up Christmas List", "Mary, Did you Know?", and "Amazing Grace". The first shows off PH's range, the arrangement is intricate, and the harmonies are stunning. On the second, PH allows Evynne Hollens to take center stage for an extended solo; her voice is gorgeous and their voices blend very well in their duet. The third features great harmonies; towards the end, it got a little too experimental for my taste, but my husband loved it. The fourth has to be heard to be believed; it features Home Free, a male group of whom I'd never heard. The first guy who sings a solo has a bit of a country twang, but has a good voice and one of the tenor soloists is remarkably good. PH is certainly the star of this cd; on at least one cut, he sings all the parts. That produces a lovely effect, but it's nice that he allowed others to shine on this cd. (BTW, it seems a bit arrogant to charge 99 cents for someone to hear a 14-second greeting and even more arrogant to charge $15.00 to sign a cd, thereby doubling the price. Luckily, I had no interest in either.)


Addendum to previous review
I forgot to say that the basses on "Amazing Grace" are terrific.