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Kylie Christmas

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Recorded at Angel Studios and Sarm Music Village, the album features 13 tracks - including several duets and a mix of original and classic songs. Kylie has enlisted the help of her sister Dannii Minogue for the deluxe version of the album, recording the brand new song 100 degrees - set to be a disco Christmas classic! James Corden features on Yazoo's brilliant ‘Only You', Iggy Pop joins Kylie on the Waitresses festive hit, ‘Christmas Wrapping' while Frank Sinatra posthumously completes the roll call of collaborators, appearing on ‘Santa Claus Is Coming To Town'. All tracks on the album were produced by Kylie's long-standing musical director Steve Anderson, except ‘White December' and ‘Cried Out Christmas' which were produced by Matt Prime and ‘Everyday's Like Christmas' by Stargate. Three brand new tracks feature on the main album, ‘White December', ‘Christmas Isn't Christmas ‘Til You Get Here' and ‘Every Day's Like Christmas' and a further three on the deluxe edition - ‘Oh Santa', ‘100 Degrees' and ‘Cried Out Christmas'. Ranging from slow and sultry to disco, all six of the tracks truly encompass the Christmas spirit.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 13, 2015)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros./Parlophone
  • ASIN: B015YCK026
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #247,141 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Tyson TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 13, 2015
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I've been a long-time Kylie fan and especially love her recent dance-infused music, so grabbing this Christmas album was a no-brainer. Her voice is one of the most underrated in pop music and I knew she'd do great with all my yuletide favorites. I wasn't quite sure what to expect though--would these be club-ready renditions? Would her vocals be techno-ized? Part of me hoped so, part of me hoped not.

As it turned out, Kylie went with a traditional approach. The productions are brassy and dynamic, but in the same vein as the multitude of other versions out there. Some of the instrumentals may actually be the exact same as the classics--"Let It Snow" for example. The traditional approach allows her captivating voice to really shine through, but also reduces originality. None of the tracks really fall flat, but some do fail to supersede other versions out there. Here are my favorites:

- I'm Gonna Be Warm This Winter. Kudos for picking this lesser known Connie Francis track. The 50s style production is all be-bop and lots of fun

- 2000 Miles. One of my all-time favorite holiday songs that is frequently forgotten. Kylie does it well.

- Santa Baby. Kylie purrs and flirts her way through the Eartha Kitt classic with ease and obviously has fun doing it. The production adds a flare of blues to the song but otherwise doesn't reinvent the wheel. Still not as good as Eartha's but one of the better attempts I've heard.

- Christmas Isn't Christmas 'Til You Get Here - haven't heard this song before, not sure if it is an original or not, but I like it a lot. A familiar pop beat with a catchy chorus. What's not to love?
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It may took her long, but her first fully-fledged seasonal album is here, 15 years since her Kylie-cious cover of "Santa baby" in 2000, a seasonal favourite since. Considering that most of her '80s peers have already presented at least one Christmas record, and the fact that she has been having at least one release of new, old, or tour material as often as every 2 years, it is rather surpring that Ms Minogue did not release a festive record sooner. "Never too late", though. "Kylie Christmas" arrives 28 years into her recording career, and is as joyful and fun as anyone would expect from pop's eternal - and most beloved - princess (nevermind she's 47). As someone who never feels like struggling to impose her character in the music world, this has been working in her favour all these years, and even more so on this particular album, which she insited on making it her way (she had to fight for the cover art her label favoured - photo #2).

So, here it is. A pretty great mix of classics and newly-penned festive songs, with Kylie doing on here what she has been doing all along, sticking to her fun and frothy formula. Those sweet vocals we first came to enjoy on her "Abbey Road sessions" album, are on this set, too; Kylie's mellow delivery on more subtle numbers is most splendid. Standouts include her take on The Pretenders' "2,000 Miles", the jazzy "Oh Santa", the Iggy Pop-assisted "Christmas wrapping", disco duet with sister, Dannii, "100 Degrees", and the Chris Martin-penned "Every day's like Christmas".
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Kylie Minogue's first U.S. hit was a cover of Little Eva's 1963 hit, "The Loco-Motion," written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin, which came from her 1988 debut album Kylie: Special Edition. The single reached #3 on the Billboard Hot 100. It's not as good as the original, but is far superior to Grand Funk Railroad's 1974 heavy-metal version.

Although Kylie continued to have hits in her native Australia, the U.K., and Europe, she had little success in the U.S. until her 2002 album Fever, which featured the hit single "Can't Get You Out Of My Head," which climbed to #7 on the Billboard Hot 100, while the album reached #3 on the Billboard 200. I own the latter track on the CAPITOL RECORDS 60TH ANNIVERSARY box set, which Amazon no longer sells.

After several years away from the U.S. market, Kylie is back with a new Christmas album, co-released on Warner Bros. Records and The Beatles' old label, Parlophone (now a WB imprint). The album is excellent, and shows Kylie's versatility in styles ranging from big band to adult contemporary ballads to dance music to jazz to disco. There are duets with Iggy Pop ("Christmas Wrapping"), James Corden (of CBS's "The Late Late Show") ("Only You," not The Platters' 1950s hit), her sister Dannii ("100 Degrees"), and, with the help of producer Charles Pignone, a "virtual duet" with Frank Sinatra on "Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town," taken from Frank's 1957 ABC-TV Christmas special, HAPPY HOLIDAYS WITH BING AND FRANK, a special episode of his series, THE FRANK SINATRA SHOW.
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