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Joy To The World (A Christmas Collection)

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Christmas Music That Rocks!Today, I'm awakening to the reality that there is a reason why much of what passes for Christmas music is so boring - no guitar solos! Apart from the epic Christian metal band, Theocracy who has a tradition of releasing a new Christmas song every December, the prospect of a good guitar solo in a Christmas song is about as likely as a witnessing a reindeer flying through the clouds. However, the wait is over with the release of Lincoln Brewster's new album, Joy to the World.Lincoln treats listeners to a musical cacophony that is sure to please many kinds of music lovers, especially fans of sweeping Stratocaster guitar licks that have made him a household name. The album begins on a triumphant note with Brewster's version of Joy to the World. The arrangement is fresh and pulsates with the vitality that Isaac Watts surely meant to convey.Hark the Herald Angels Sing is a reverent rendition that moves with a majestic series of notes and a killer guitar solo. I can see Charles Wesley slouching down in his chair and smiling to himself, caught up in the truth the song intends to convey:Christ by highest heav'n adored/Christ the everlasting Lord/Late in time behold Him come/Offspring of a Virgin's womb/Veiled in flesh the Godhead see/Hail the incarnate Deity/Pleased with man to dwell/Jesus, our Emmanuel/Hark! the Herald angel's sing/Glory to the newborn King!Miraculum is a 6 minute Christmas feast for the ears. The tune makes eager listeners wonder when Lincoln will release a solo instrumental album. This is Lincoln Brewter at his best - a blues influence, laced with arpeggios that has a Keaggy feel to it.The rest of the album is musically rich, doctrinally sound and points listeners to the birth of our Savior. This is Christmas music at its finest! And it's a bargain for $5 on Amazon.com.5 stars5One of the Best Christmas Albums in at least 20 Years!I am completely blown away by this album and would be completely surprised if this does not become a Christmas standard within 5 years. I have never heard of this guy until now. Wow. Check out what we have been missing. He is amazing and the song Miraculum is a masterpiece. Truly. Love this album and if you like rock you will too.5Love this CD!!!I love, love, LOVE this Christmas album from Lincoln Brewster! His version of The Little Drummer Boy rocks, to say the least! And his instrumental piece is more than amazing. This CD is quickly becoming one of my favorite Christmas albums. You won't be sorry if you buy this CD.5Usual Greatness!To ME, Lincoln Brewster is one of the great guitarists, not only in Christian music, but in the entire world of music, not ONLY doing his own albums, but writing and composing for such well known groups as "Hillsong"!This, his Christmas album for 2012, follows his tradition of churning out not only great compilations, but great sounding guitar riffs from metal rock, to a bluesy soulful, haunting effect! The full blown instrumental on the album, Miraculum, (one of, if not his ONLY fully instrumentals on any album) has about all of these elements! Combining full sounding violins and other stringed instruments and keyboards with his fast fingered rock-electrics takes you on a roller coaster of emotions! Combining "Oh Holy Night" with "Another Hallelujah" his version is sure to appear in worship services this season!Combine that with the fast pace of "Little Drummer Boy", featuring the Christian Rapper KJ52, and you're ready to wrap the presents!In short, if you are already a fan of Brewster, or just want to update your collection with a modern Christmas sound, this album fits the bill!5Refreshing change in Christmas carolsBrewster brings fresh musicality to songs such as Joy to the World, Hark the Herald Angels Sing, and Drummer Boy. He is also a phenomenal guitarist, so it's a fun album and a great buy.For worship leaders, this album has potential for Christmas-time services.5Great Christmas CDThis is one of the most upbeat Christmas CD's of the new season. Until the last song, Lincoln never slows down. "Miraculum" is a sizzling instrumental reminescent of Neil Zaza or Trans-siberian orchestra, only with full, lush orchestra and Lincoln's own special touches. At one point I thought of Phil Keaggy. The whole album is a bargain for only $5.00. Get it if you love electric guitar driven music!4I LOVE Christmas musicFirst of all, I LOVE Christmas music!!! I own close to 30 different and complete Christmas albums don't judge me, you don't know how I live. Anyway I haven't really been a Lincoln Brewster fan in the past, but this album has changed my mind! The musicianship, production value, and arranging are incredible! This is easily one of my top three Christmas albums! Worth every dollar! Would recommend this to anyone looking for a modern spin on some Christmas classics!5Really good and fun overall.Overall I really like this album, lots of good arrangements of Christmas songs as you'd expect Lincoln Brewster to produce. Lincoln even took songs that I don't particularly like, for example "Little Drummer Boy" and "Did You Hear What I Hear" and made them very enjoyable to me. I pretty much like everything on this album, though my favorites are probably the instrumental masterpiece, "Miraculum," and then "Joy to the World" and "O Holy Night."The only song I really don't like is "Shout for Joy," but keep in mind it's the arrangement I don't like, not the song itself, I love the song and like to use it when leading worship at my church. The one on his album Real Life was much more powerful and had much better guitar parts. The version on this Christmas album is weak and overly poppy, way too poppy and "produced" . The only thing good about it is the intro, the jingle bells and the 2nd verse that he re-wrote to be a Christmas verse.I would definitely recommend this album.4Another superb effort by LincolnI love Lincoln's work. As a guitarist and worship leader myself I see him as an inspiration and always look forward to anything new he has to offer.This album is a well balanced mix of familiar Christmas hymns and worship songs. I love the way Lincoln weaves the lyrics of familiar worship songs in with the Christmas favorites (listen to 'O Holy Night / Another Hallelujah) and conversely weaves Christmas themes into worship favorites like 'Shout for Joy' and 'Our God'. Lincoln's guitar work is spot on and incredibly creative as usual. The instrumental 'Miraculum' conjures feelings of Transiberian Orchestra and is nothing short of spectacular.Well done Lincoln. Keep the music coming.5I always appreciate something different.Here is another Christian artist who does a nice job on a Christmas album. Hard rock is likely the riskiest medium of all for the classics, but Brewster keeps it real both ways. The instrumental mix 'Miraculum' is quite powerful, and he slows down just in time to close reverently with "Silent NIght'. There are a few tracks that aren't obviously 'Christmas oriented', and the metal sounds a bit noisy in places such as 'Do You Hear What I Hear', but overall plenty of positive energy and a great change of pace for those of us that listen to a lot of Christmas music.4
Joy To The World (A Christmas Collection)

Joy To The World (A Christmas Collection)

4.7
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Regular price
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