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Album Review

One of the better Christmas jazz sets, Joe Williams is heard in quartets and quintets with pianist Norman Simmons, in several tender duets with pianist Ellis Larkins and backed by a horn section on a few tracks. It is nice to hear Williams' versions of such tunes as "Winter Wonderland," "Silent Night" and "The Christmas Song," but it's his interpretation of Thad Jones's "A Child Is Born" that takes honors.

Customer Reviews

brilliant classy jazzy christmas

one of the very best vocalists singing the classics - perennial favorite

Great Horn arrangements!

I wish there was more information in the decriptions on I tunes. I understand that Bobby Watson wrote the horn arrangements for this album. They are very tasty and musically well done. It really adds a big band sound to the album without the big band. Really catchy riffs as well!

Easily the best ever "What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?"

I tend to like female jazz vocalists but Joe Williams is one astounding exception. I'm a huge Shirley Horn fan because you feel like she had lived enough to sing it from deep inside. Joe makes me feel the same way. I can just picture him singing these. I could play his "What Are You Doing New Year's Eve" over and over and over and over again. He's effortless and I simply love I do Shirley.


Born: December 12, 1918 in Cordele, GA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Joe Williams was the last great big-band singer, a smooth baritone who graced the rejuvenated Count Basie Orchestra during the 1950s and captivated audiences well into the '90s. Born in Georgia, he moved to Chicago with his grandmother at the age of three. Reunited with his mother, she taught him to play the piano and took him to the symphony. Though tuberculosis slowed him down as a teenager, Williams began performing at social events and formed his own gospel vocal quartet, the Jubilee Boys. By...
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