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Album Review

Highlighted by the perennial "Christmas in Dixie," Alabama Christmas is a collection of holiday tunes counting among one of Alabama's strongest records, seasonal or otherwise; although at times the material is overly sappy. There's no mistaking the group's affection for the project, and cuts like "Happy Holidays," "Tennessee Christmas," and "A Candle in the Window" are all fine additions to the contemporary country Yuletide canon.

Customer Reviews

First christmas album

itunes needs the first christmas album for sale...nothing beats that one.

excellent album, too bad iTunes reviewed the wrong one!

Alabama's "Christmas, Volume 2" is a great album in true Alabama style, with several good songs. The review from iTunes, unfortunately, is for Alabama's first Christmas album, which contains those songs listed in the review. Both albums are good, the second has three more tracks than the original.

Christmas in Dixie - the FIRST Alabama Christmas Album!

ABSOLUTELY need to get Alabama's FIRST Christmas Album, Christmas in Dixie!! I can't BELIEVE it's not here! Very disappointed in iTunes!


Formed: 1977 in Fort Payne, AL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Before Alabama, bands were usually relegated to a supporting role in country music. In the first part of the century, bands were popular with audiences across the country, but as recordings became available, nearly every popular recording artist was a vocalist, not a group. Alabama was the group that made country bands popular again. Emerging in the late '70s, the band had roots in both country and rock; in fact, many of Alabama's musical concepts, particularly the idea of a performing band, owed...
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