Mp3 Holly Cole, Rebecca Jenkins, Mary Margaret O'Hara, Jane Siberry, Victoria Williams - Count Your Blessings (A Live Recording Of Seasonal Music)
|1||What Is This Fragrance?|
Vocals, Written-By – Mary Margaret O'Hara
|2||Please Come Home for Christmas|
Vocals – Holly ColeWritten-By – Charles Brown, Gene Redd
|3||Carol Of The Bells|
Vocals – Holly Cole, Jane Siberry, Rebecca JenkinsWritten-By – Mykola Leontovych
Vocals – Mary Margaret O'HaraWritten-By – Irving Berlin
|5||A Holy Thing|
Vocals, Written-By – Victoria Williams
|6||In The Bleak Midwinter|
Vocals – Jane SiberryWritten-By – Christina Rossetti, Harold Darke
|7||Count Your Blessings|
Vocals – Holly Cole, Jane Siberry, Rebecca JenkinsWritten-By – Edith Temple, Reginald Morgan
|8||I'll Be Home for Christmas|
Vocals – Rebecca JenkinsWritten-By – Buck Ram, Kim Gannon, Walter Kent
|10||Un Flambeau, Jeanette, Isabelle|
Vocals – Holly Cole, Jane Siberry, Rebecca JenkinsWritten-By – Traditional
|11||Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas|
Vocals – Victoria WilliamsWritten-By – Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane
Vocals, Written-By – Mary Margaret O'Hara
|13||Are You Burning, Little Candle?|
Vocals, Written-By – Jane Siberry
|14||Deck The Halls|
Vocals – Holly ColeWritten-By – Traditional
- Artwork [Hand Lettering] – Debbie Jow
- Design [Package Design] – Rodney Bowes
- Engineer – Todd Fraracci
- Executive-Producer, Art Direction – Bob Blumer
- Mastered By – George Graves
- Photography – Patrick Nichols
- Piano – Tim Ray
- Producer – Danny Greenspoon, Kevin O'Leary
Recorded December 2, 1993 at the Glenn Gould Theatre/Toronto
This record was recorded and mixed digitally with no additional overdubs or editing
Special thanks to Kevin O'Leary and Karen Gordon who helped transform this recording from an idea to a reality
Thanks to Tom Berry, Kathy Meisler, Danny Greenspoon, Hot Ticket, CBC Radio, Danny Heaps, Joy Ferris, Lucie Bourgouin, Scott Murley
Holly Cole appears courtesy of Alert Music Inc.
Her most recent recording is "Don't Smoke In Bed"
Rebecca Jenkins' most recent recording is the soundtrack to the film "Bye Bye Blues" available in WEA Canada
Mary Margaret O'Hara's most recent recording is "Miss America" available on Virgin Records
Jane Siberry appears courtesy of WEA Canada.
Her most recent recording is "When I Was A Boy"
Victoria Williams appears courtesy of Mammoth Records.
Her most recent recording is "Loose", available in Canada on WEA Canada
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- Published By – Warner/Chappell
- Published By – Fort Knox Music
- Published By – Irving Berlin Music Corp.
- Published By – EMI Music Publishing
- Published By – Yet Courier Music
- Published By – BMG Songs, Inc.
- Published By – Edward B. Marks Music Company
- Published By – Gannon & Kent Music Co.
- Published By – Wing-it Music
- Published By – Mabel Allbright Publishing
- Recorded At – Glenn Gould Theatre
- Mastered At – The Lacquer Channel
- Copyright (c) – Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Alert Music Inc.
- Manufactured By – Disque Americ
Rebecca Jenkins' most recent recording is the soundtrack to the film Bye Bye Blues available in WEA Canada. Mary Margaret O'Hara's most recent recording is Miss America available on Virgin Records. Jane Siberry appears courtesy of WEA Canada. Her most recent recording is When I Was A Boy. Victoria Williams appears courtesy of Mammoth Records. Her most recent recording is Loose, available in Canada on WEA Canada. 바코드 및 기타 식별자. Mary Margaret O'Hara is a Canadian singer-songwriter, actress and composer. She is best known for the album Miss America, released in 1988. She released two albums and an EP under her own name, and remains active as a live performer, as a contributor to compilation albums and as a guest collaborator on other artists' albums. O'Hara was born in the late 1950s in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to a large family of Irish Catholic descent. She is the younger sister of comedic actress Catherine O'Hara. Live Recording. Holly Cole. Count Your Blessings. Alert Canada. AUDIO ONLY. A live recording of seasonal music featuring Jane Siberry, Mary Margaret O'Hara, Holly Cole, Victoria Williams, Rebecca Jenkins, and Tim Ray subtitled A Live Recording of Seasonal Music by Holly Cole, Rebecca Jenkins, Mary Margaret O'Hara, Jane Siberry, Victoria Williams. According to the album liner notes, The recording, originally entitled 'A Choral Christmas' was broadcast in Canada on the CBC radio network on Christmas day, and throughout the United States on National Public Radio. Added by artsinspired. Holly Cole born November 25, 1963 in Halifax, Nova Scotia is a Canadian jazz singer, particularly popular in Canada and Japan for her versatile voice and her adventurous repertoire, which spans such divergent genres as show tunes, roHolly Cole born November 25, 1963 in Halifax, Nova Scotia is a Canadian jazz singer, particularly popular in Canada and Japan for her versatile voice and her adventurous repertoire, which spans such divergent genres as show tunes, ro read more. Similar Artists. Play all. Patricia Barber. 149,437 listeners. Jane Monheit. Album 1993 14 Songs. Holly Cole & Rebecca Jenkins. Un Flambeau Jeanette Issabella. What Is This Fragrance. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas. Carol of the Bells. Never, No. Victoria Williams is a cover of Josef Locke's Count Your Blessings. Count Your Blessings by Harry Secombe feat. Wally Stott and His Orchestra and Chorus 1961. Count Your Blessings by Gene Ammons 1965. Count Your Blessings is a 1994 Christmas album, taking its title from the song of the same name included as its first track, presenting a concert recorded by Jane Siberry, Holly Cole, Rebecca Jenkins, Mary Margaret O'Hara and Victoria Williams. The concert was broadcast on CBC Radio in Canada, and National Public Radio in the United States, in 1993. The concert presented a program of traditional Christmas music, both well-known standards and lesser-known songs. It also included three original Christmas-themed songs written by the artists themselves: O'Hara's Never, No, Siberry's Are You Burning, Little Candle and Williams' A Holy Thing. It also included three original Christmas-themed songs written by the artists themselves: O'Hara's Neve