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Pop - Paru le 1 janvier 2007 | Amy Grant (AGG)

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Ambiance - Paru le 1 janvier 1983 | Amy Grant (AGG)

At the age of 22, Amy Grant took another step in her career by issuing her first Christmas album in 1983. It was a logical-enough release for a Christian performer, but also one that suggested she was an established headliner, an artist whose versions of standards like "The Christmas Song" and "Little Town" (aka "O Little Town of Bethlehem") would be interesting to listeners because she was singing them. In her carefully planned march to mass popularity, the album represented at least one tentative outreach in a musical direction Grant would not pursue. The leadoff track, "Tennessee Christmas," found her husband and co-writer, Gary Chapman, playing a pedal steel guitar on a song that seemed intended to probe the country market and that actually earned some country radio play. But despite being a scion of the Nashville aristocracy (i.e., the wealthy families that long predated the rise of country music in the city), Grant was never really a country artist, and the rest of the album, cut at James William Guercio's Caribou Ranch studio complex, reflected the increasing influence of West Coast pop on her sound, with Los Angeles studio aces like Lenny Castro, Bill Champlin, Victor Feldman, Richard Page, and Dean Parks among the credits. Also increasing his influence was songwriter/keyboardist Michael W. Smith, who contributed such songs as "Emmanuel," a synthesizer-heavy pop/rock track that could have fit on one of Grant's regular albums. So could some of the other material, in fact. A Christmas Album was a record for the audience Grant had attracted with her 1982 breakthrough (and about to be gold) LP, Age to Age, an audience of Christian rock fans attracted by her personal approach to faith. It looked forward to her straddling of secular and CCM music, and as her star rose, it sold well perennially, eventually achieving multi-platinum status, helping associate Grant with the Christmas season as she went on to record more seasonal albums and tape holiday specials. © William Ruhlmann /TiVo
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Ambiance - Paru le 6 octobre 1992 | Amy Grant

Amy Grant provides one of the most aesthetically pleasing voices of the Christmas season, and like her other holiday recordings, Home for Christmas provides a collection of songs that can be enjoyed year after year. This time out, Grant relies primarily on Christian standards, all of which are delivered with honesty and beautiful arrangements. © Michael B. Smith /TiVo

Ambiance - Paru le 27 novembre 2015 | Amy Grant

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Diction - Paru le 1 janvier 2007 | Amy Grant (AGG)

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Amy Grant provides one of the most aesthetically pleasing voices of the Christmas season, and like her other holiday recordings, Home for Christmas provides a collection of songs that can be enjoyed year after year. This time out, Grant relies primarily on Christian standards, all of which are delivered with honesty and beautiful arrangements. © Michael B. Smith /TiVo
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Ambiance - Paru le 1 janvier 2008 | Amy Grant (AGG)

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Pop/Rock - Paru le 1 janvier 1991 | Amy Grant

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In the late '70s and early 80s, Amy Grant enjoyed little exposure outside of Christian circles. But that started to change in the mid-'80s, when A&M promoted her aggressively in the secular market. And in the '90s, secular audiences accounted for the vast majority of her sales. Christians were hardly the only ones buying Heart In Motion, one of Grant's biggest sellers. Even though she wasn't beating listeners over the head with her beliefs, Grant's wholesome, girl-next-door image was a big part of the appeal of perky pop-rock offerings like "Every Heartbeat," "Galileo" and the major hit "Baby Baby." And it's certainly a key element of another huge single from the album, the idealistic ballad "That's What Love Is For." Grant was a major star, and best of all, she wasn't acting like one. © Alex Henderson /TiVo

Ambiance - Paru le 25 octobre 2019 | Amy Grant

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Ambiance - Paru le 1 janvier 1983 | Amy Grant (AGG)

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At the age of 22, Amy Grant took another step in her career by issuing her first Christmas album in 1983. It was a logical-enough release for a Christian performer, but also one that suggested she was an established headliner, an artist whose versions of standards like "The Christmas Song" and "Little Town" (aka "O Little Town of Bethlehem") would be interesting to listeners because she was singing them. In her carefully planned march to mass popularity, the album represented at least one tentative outreach in a musical direction Grant would not pursue. The leadoff track, "Tennessee Christmas," found her husband and co-writer, Gary Chapman, playing a pedal steel guitar on a song that seemed intended to probe the country market and that actually earned some country radio play. But despite being a scion of the Nashville aristocracy (i.e., the wealthy families that long predated the rise of country music in the city), Grant was never really a country artist, and the rest of the album, cut at James William Guercio's Caribou Ranch studio complex, reflected the increasing influence of West Coast pop on her sound, with Los Angeles studio aces like Lenny Castro, Bill Champlin, Victor Feldman, Richard Page, and Dean Parks among the credits. Also increasing his influence was songwriter/keyboardist Michael W. Smith, who contributed such songs as "Emmanuel," a synthesizer-heavy pop/rock track that could have fit on one of Grant's regular albums. So could some of the other material, in fact. A Christmas Album was a record for the audience Grant had attracted with her 1982 breakthrough (and about to be gold) LP, Age to Age, an audience of Christian rock fans attracted by her personal approach to faith. It looked forward to her straddling of secular and CCM music, and as her star rose, it sold well perennially, eventually achieving multi-platinum status, helping associate Grant with the Christmas season as she went on to record more seasonal albums and tape holiday specials. © William Ruhlmann /TiVo
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Diction - Paru le 14 avril 2015 | Amy Grant

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Pop - Paru le 5 mars 1991 | Amy Grant

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Pop - Paru le 1 janvier 1991 | Amy Grant (AGG)

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In the late '70s and early 80s, Amy Grant enjoyed little exposure outside of Christian circles. But that started to change in the mid-'80s, when A&M promoted her aggressively in the secular market. And in the '90s, secular audiences accounted for the vast majority of her sales. Christians were hardly the only ones buying Heart In Motion, one of Grant's biggest sellers. Even though she wasn't beating listeners over the head with her beliefs, Grant's wholesome, girl-next-door image was a big part of the appeal of perky pop-rock offerings like "Every Heartbeat," "Galileo" and the major hit "Baby Baby." And it's certainly a key element of another huge single from the album, the idealistic ballad "That's What Love Is For." Grant was a major star, and best of all, she wasn't acting like one. © Alex Henderson /TiVo
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Diction - Paru le 1 janvier 2007 | Amy Grant (AGG)

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Diction - Paru le 22 juillet 1986 | Amy Grant

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Diction - Paru le 1 janvier 2007 | Amy Grant (AGG)

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Diction - Paru le 3 avril 2020 | Amy Grant

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Pop - Paru le 1 janvier 2007 | Amy Grant (AGG)

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