O HOLY NIGHT by Sandi Patty

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O holy night by sandi patty

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Religious & Devotional Christian
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Sandi Patty
Number of Discs
Record Label
Word Distribution

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by Sandi Patty

List of Songs:
1. Angels We Have Heard on High
2. Carol of the Bells
3. (There's No Place Like) Home for the Holidays/I'll Be Home for ...
4. White Christmas/Winter Wonderland
5. O Holy Night
6. I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day
7. My Favorite Things
8. Silver Bells
9. Christmas Song
10. Child of Peace
11. Star of Bethlehem   

Product Details:
Release Year: 2001
Style: Christian
Country of Manufacture: United States
Artist: Sandi Patty
Duration: Album
UPC: 0080688406622
Format: CD
Record Label: Word Distribution
Genre: Contemporary Christian, Gospel, Religious & Devotional 
Playing Time: 44 min.
Contributing Artists: London Symphony Orchestra
Producer: Greg Nelson
Distributor: WEA
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo 

Album Notes:
Personnel: Sandi Patty (vocals); Bob Krogstad, David Hamilton (conductor); The London Symphony Orchestra, The London Session Orchestra, The Children's Choir.Engineers include: Brent King, Bob Clark, Jeff Balding.A record fraught with difficulty. Originally set for release September 26, 1995, O Holy Night was delayed in the wake of the revelations about Sandi Patty's personal life. (Note, by the way, that she has reverted to the original spelling of her last name with this album.) A year later, Patty includes a note to her fans telling them that the previous year she "happened to be alone on Christmas Eve," and took the occasion to "[invite] Christ to be born again in me, new and fresh." She also includes information about "a recent decision" to use a particular weight-loss company, endorsing it and helpfully enclosing a discount coupon. Whatever else one may make of this strange combination of self-pity and opportunism, it seems to indicate Patty's desire to remake herself, which is appropriate in a field devoted to forgiveness and second chances. If her fans choose to follow her, they will find an accomplished Christmas album. The traditional numbers are heavily orchestrated and tend to be bombastic, though Patty more than holds her own. But she really sounds at home in the material from the 1930s, '40s, and '50s, such as medleys of "(There's No Place Like) Home for the Holidays" and "I'll Be Home for Christmas" and of "White Christmas," and "Winter Wonderland," in which her voice takes on the warmth and creaminess of big-band singers like Jo Stafford and Doris Day. With such pipes, it's hard to believe she could have been left alone on Christmas Eve, just on aesthetic grounds.
? ~ William Ruhlmann