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Download links and information about Peace by Jim Brickman. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to New Age, Rock, Pop, Traditional Pop Music genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 46:09 minutes.

Artist: Jim Brickman
Release date: 2003
Genre: New Age, Rock, Pop, Traditional Pop Music
Tracks: 13
Duration: 46:09
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No. Title Length
1. We Three Kings 3:42
2. Hark, The Herald Angels Sing! 2:42
3. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! 2:45
4. Early Snowfall 3:04
5. Do You Hear What I Hear? 4:05
6. Away In a Manger 3:45
7. Rejoice (O Come, O Come Emmanuel) 3:59
8. O Holy Night 3:29
9. Jingle Bells 3:40
10. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen 4:21
11. Sending You a Little Christmas 4:05
12. Blessings 2:28
13. Peace (Where the Heart Is) [AC Version - Radio Mix] (featuring Collin Raye) 4:04



For his second holiday outing, pianist Jim Brickman follows the same formula that made 1997's The Gift such a success — a selection of seasonal favorites combined with new compositions pleasantly performed by Brickman with a few guest vocalists added to break the instrumental mood. Like its predecessor, Peace utilizes the formula well, and the final product can add a lovely musical ambience to quiet holiday evenings. Although the songs with orchestrations or featured vocalists are done quiet well, Brickman sounds his best when working solo as on his own composition, the lovely "Early Snowfall," or with the romantic warmth of "O Holy Night." For the most part, the orchestrations take a back seat to Brickman's piano, and that works well for songs like "We Three Kings" or the unique ballad version of "Jingle Bells," in which he reinvents the song with a reflective tone that is less celebratory yet still full of the holiday spirit. Guest vocalists lend their pipes to Brickman's Christmas vision as the Blind Boys of Alabama, Anne Cochran, and Collin Raye (who also performed on The Gift) break up the instrumentals without intruding on the disc's candlelight atmosphere. The best of the vocal tracks comes from CCM artist Kristy Starling, whose lovely voice enhances "Sending You a Little Christmas," a new song co-written by Brickman. With its adult contemporary pop feel, this song could easily find its way onto the radio for many seasons to come. While Peace is not a must-have in the Brickman catalog, it accomplishes what it sets out to do, which is to add a little romantic joy to the holiday season.