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Christmas

Ima

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Album Review

Established as one of Canada's most commercially successful vocal pop singers, Ima delivered the album Christmas in time for the holiday season. Produced by Guy St-Onge, the album is primarily comprised of familiar standards sung in both French and English. Unlike her past couple albums, however, the English-language material far outweighs the French. There are surprisingly few holiday favorites other than "The Christmas Song," "I'll Be Home for Christmas," and "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town." Ima instead performs standards such as "Over the Rainbow," "Danny Boy," and "Amazing Grace." More interesting are covers of ABBA's "I Have a Dream" and Sarah McLachlan's "Angel." Another of the more interesting performances is a John Lennon medley that segues from "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" to "Imagine."

Biography

Born: 11 May 1978

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

French Canadian singer Ima was born Marie-Andre Bergeron on May 11, 1978. Growing up on the southern bank of Montreal, Ima spent much of her spare time learning dance, theater and song, ultimately choosing to focus on theater. In her adult life she took part in a number of successful film projects, including appearances in The Bone Collector and Eye of the Beholder. Not entirely satisfied with her dramatic career, she decided to turn her attentions to music, taking the performance name Ima, for imagination....
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