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Christmas Duets


 

Christmas Duets - Sony/BMG 8869735479 2 - USA 2008 Christmas Duets - Canada 2011 - Sony Music 88697354792

Release: 2008 Sony/BMG 8869735479 2 Cardboard USA 16 €

Release: 2008

Sony/BMG 8869735476 2 + Renee Martel Canada 18 €

Release: 2008

Sony/BMG 8869737540 2 Walmart USA 16 €
Release: 2008 Sony/BMG 88697 35477 2   Australia 18 €
Release: 2008 Sony/BMG 88697 35477 2   Argentina 18 €

Release: 2008

Sony/BMG 88697 40494 2 + Hanna Pakarinen Finnland 25 €
Release: 2008 Sony/BMG 88697 42040 2 Made in France EU 22 €
Release: 2008Sony/BMG 88697 35477 2 Made in GermanyEU16 €
Release: 2008Sony/BMG 88697 35479 2 CardboardEU16 €
Release: 2008 Sony/BMG 88697 35477 2   India 22 €
Release: 2008 BMG BVCM 31243   Japan 22 €
Release: 2008 Sony/BMG 88697 35477 2   Thailand 20 €
Release: 2008 Sony/BMG 88697 39732 2   Russia 20 €
Release: 2008Sony/BMG CDRCA7210 South Africa22 €
Release: 2008Sony/BMG SB30392C/88697 35477 2 South Korea22 €
     
Release: 2009Sony Legacy 8869735479 2  USA16 €
Release: 2011Sony Music 88697354792 + Renee MartelCanada16 €

 

Christmas Duets is a 2008 album released by RCA Records, consisting of archival Elvis Presley vocal recordings mixed with completely re-recorded instrumentation and new vocals by contemporary country and gospel singers. Three tracks on the album do not have duet vocals: "The First Noel", "If I Get Home On Christmas Day", and "Winter Wonderland". However, the instrumental tracks for these songs were re-recorded by contemporary musicians, just like on all other songs. The Martina McBride and Carrie Underwood duets have both charted on the Billboard country charts, with the former reaching the Top 40. A second version of "Blue Christmas" was recorded with Martina McBride using mainly acoustic instrumentation in order to obtain a similar arrangement to the one used in the informal segments of Presley's '68 Comeback Special. Also, shots of McBride performing the song were digitally inserted into footage, taken from the original special, of Presley performing the same song, to use as a promotional music video for the album. The second version of "Blue Christmas" was never officially released outside the video. (wikipedia )