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Album Review

Influenced by Christmas swing albums from Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra, Winterwunderwelt is the festive-themed release from multi-instrumentalist Götz Alsmann. The TV host/singer's 2006 LP includes German-language cover versions of traditional standards "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town," "Frosty the Snowman," and "Winter Wonderland" and renditions of classic pop songs (Elisa Gabbai's "Winter in Canada," Elvis Presley's "Blue Christmas"). ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Jazz und deutsche Weihnachtslieder - genial

Leider findet man kaum deutsche Weihnachtslieder im Jazzstil und wenn, dann sind es meistens Instrumentalversionen. Aber nicht diesem Fall. Die Lieder machen gute Laune. Es sind auch einige englische Weihnachtsklassiker auf dem Album, die es bereichern. Wer dieses Album mag, sollte in 'Winter Kollektion' von Night Bird hineinhoeren, kann ich ebenfalls empfehlen.

It's difficult to find German Christmas songs in a jazz version and if you are able to find them they are often without lyrics. Fortunately, this is not the case here. There are also some classic English Christmas songs on the album which is nice. If you like this album you should check out 'Winter Kollektion' by Night Bird.


Genre: Jazz

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German celebrity entertainer Götz Alsmann enjoyed a fruitful solo recording career as a throwback jazz singer/pianist, in addition to his long run as a radio and television host on public broadcasting station WDR. Occasionally referred to as "der Fritz Lang des Jazzschlagers" (i.e., the Fritz Lang of jazz singers), he is widely recognized as a brilliant yet somewhat twisted character; for instance, his vertical hairstyle is one of his distinguishing characteristics, along with his retro sense of...
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