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All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
We Three Kings, the follow-up to The Irish Tenors popular 1999 holiday extravaganza, Home For Christmas, is a lush collection of festive classics, and a worthy companion to its predecessor. The tenors' impressive pipes ring clear and true on yuletide standards like "Silent Night" and "I'll Be Home For Christmas." The arrangements are powerful, compelling, and tastefully compliment the trio's flawless delivery, especially on the title track. The inclusion of the gorgeous blue collar anthem, "Fairytale Of New York," by The Pogues, is a brave step for these gentlemen -- though they omit an entire section, probably due to the references to sluts, scumbags, and ...
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All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
We Three Kings, the follow-up to The Irish Tenors popular 1999 holiday extravaganza, Home For Christmas, is a lush collection of festive classics, and a worthy companion to its predecessor. The tenors' impressive pipes ring clear and true on yuletide standards like "Silent Night" and "I'll Be Home For Christmas." The arrangements are powerful, compelling, and tastefully compliment the trio's flawless delivery, especially on the title track. The inclusion of the gorgeous blue collar anthem, "Fairytale Of New York," by The Pogues, is a brave step for these gentlemen -- though they omit an entire section, probably due to the references to sluts, scumbags, and maggots so skillfully penned by the great Shane MacGowan -- and they deliver one of the most stirring and engaging performances on the album. The record boasts four bonus tracks including the non-secular "How Great Thou Art," and a lovely rendition of "The Lord's Prayer." The addition of patriotic numbers like "Battle Hymn Of The Republic" and "America The Beautiful," while performed beautifully, are glaring examples of an unnecessary post-September 11th trend that seems to imply that Americans won't buy a product devoid of sympathetic flag waving, and unfortunately interferes with the album's good natured holiday cheer.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/21/2003
  • Label: Razor & Tie
  • UPC: 793018289726
  • Catalog Number: 82897

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Irish Tenors Primary Artist, Ensemble
Finbar Wright Vocals, Tenor (Vocal)
James Cavanaugh Conductor
Anthony Kearns Vocals, Tenor (Vocal)
Ronan Tynan Vocals, Tenor (Vocal)
Czech National Chamber Orchestra Performing Ensemble, Track Performer
James Cavanagh Conductor
Technical Credits
Adolphe Adam Composer
Irving Berlin Composer
Buck Ram Composer
Franz Gruber Composer
Felix Bernard Composer
J. Fred Coots Composer
Michael Cox Management
David Cullen Arranger, Orchestration
Jem Finer Composer
Kim Gannon Composer
Haven Gillespie Composer
Walter Kent Composer
Shane MacGowan Composer
Arnie Roth Producer
Dick Smith Composer
Samuel A. Ward Composer
Dan Stout Mastering
Joseph Mohr Composer
Jester Hairston Composer
Katherine Lee Bates Composer
John Sullivan Dwight Composer
Traditional Composer
Julia Watts Artwork
Errol Wander Management
Gary Chester Engineer
Peter M. Thall Legal Counsel
James Pierpont Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great holiday music with the Irish Tenors!

    Have just started enjoying this holiday album to ring in the holiday season and it is fantastic! I have seen the Irish Tenors in concert several times and I'll be seeing them this weekend for their Christmas concert. Each time I hear them I swear they sound even better! Great tracks on this album are "We Three Kings","Fairytale In New York",and "Mary's Boy Child",but they're all so good it's hard to choose a favorite! The one drawback is that they have some added tracks of patriotic music-"Battle Hymn of the Republic" and "America the Beautiful". Although they sound terrific,I wish they had included a couple of more Christmas songs. If you're a fan of the Irish Tenors,definitely go out and get this album to get into the holiday spirit!

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