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Let It Be Christmas
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  • Personnel: Alan Jackson (vocals); Bruce Watkins (acoustic guitar); Brent Mason (electric guitar); Lloyd Green (pedal steel guitar); Erica Goodman (harp); Matt Rollings (piano); Mark Fain (acoustic bass); Glenn Worf (electric bass); Eddie Bayers (drums); Toronto Studio Choir (background vocals).
  • Recorded at The Castle, Franklin, Tennessee; The Sound Station, Nashville, Tennessee; McLear Digital, Toronto, Canada; Henson Studios, Hollywood, California.
  • Personnel: Bruce Watkins (acoustic guitar); Brent Mason (electric guitar); Eric Goodman (harp); Matt Rollings (piano); Mark Fain (acoustic bass); Glenn Worf (electric bass); Eddie Bayers (drums).
  • Audio Mixer: John Kelton.
  • Recording information: Henson Studios, Hollywood, CA; McLear Digital, Toronto, Canada; The Castle, Franklin, TN; The Sound Station, Nashville, TN.
  • Director: Debbie Fleming.
  • Photographer: Kristy Belcher.
  • Arranger: Bill Elliott.
  • Unlike HONKY TONK CHRISTMAS, Alan Jackson's fine 1993 holiday album, LET IT BE CHRISTMAS sticks exclusively to the chestnuts. Though Jackson has built a career as one of country music's premier good 'ol boy neo-honky tonkers, here he employs heavily orchestrated arrangements more characteristic of Sinatra than Skynyrd. The setting reveals him to be a highly adaptable and technically superior vocalist, and the music is gorgeous. Though longtime fans shouldn't expect Jackson's usual high-energy twang fest, listeners looking for soothing background music with a country flair will find LET IT BE CHRISTMAS perfect for any holiday celebration.
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