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Album: Wintersong

Artist: Sarah McLachlan

  • Genre: Holiday
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 Arista Records, LLC, a unit of SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Tracklist For Wintersong By Artist Sarah McLachlan

Title Artist Time
Happy Xmas (War Is Over) Sarah McLachlan 3:27 USD 1.29
What Child Is This? (Greenslee Sarah McLachlan 3:30 USD 1.29
River Sarah McLachlan 4:01 USD 1.29
Wintersong Sarah McLachlan 3:31 USD 1.29
I'll Be Home for Christmas Sarah McLachlan 3:14 USD 1.29
O Little Town of Bethlehem Sarah McLachlan 3:50 USD 1.29
The First Noel / Mary Mary Sarah McLachlan 4:59 USD 1.29
Silent Night Sarah McLachlan 3:48 USD 1.29
Song for a Winter's Night Sarah McLachlan 3:48 USD 1.29
Have Yourself a Merry Little C Sarah McLachlan 3:43 USD 1.29
In a Bleak Mid Winter Sarah McLachlan 3:46 USD 1.29
Christmas Time Is Here Sarah McLachlan 3:59 USD 1.29

Reviews For Wintersong By Artist Sarah McLachlan

  • This Album is a Blessing

    By red_ace404
    My favorite Christmas album ever! Super peaceful and calming too. I listen to it whenever I’m stressed as well, even if it’s not Christmas time. I love this album!
  • Christmas Angel

    By Heatherjowalker
    Just pulled this album out to listen to while putting up the Christmas tree and it brought me right back to Christmas 2007 right after my now 9 year old was born. It was an emotional time for many reasons but when I would put this album on and lay my newborn baby on my chest, the rest of the world would melt away. Her voice, that of an angel, would serenade us while I laid there listening to his every breath. Thank you Sarah for a timeless classic. 💙
  • The Best Holiday album

    By Kody7237
    I love the title track. It's such a great original Christmas song that doesn't focus on corny traditions and commercialism. Her versions of the classics are great as well.
  • Sigh. It's perfect.

    By Helena Sorensen Aman
    Possibly my favorite Christmas album ever. Sarah's interpretations of old favorites are extraordinary, but her original songs are the best part. In "Winter Song" and "Song for a Winter's Night," she manages to combine wonder and beauty with sorrow and longing. It's an exquisite marriage.
  • Gorgeous! Thank you Sarah McLachlan.

    By Elayne
    I grew up with the same Christmas songs played over and over by my mother to the point where I can't stand some of them anymore. This album is such a refreshing change! Thank you, thank you Sarah McLachlan, for making Christmas songs that are so wonderful to hear. What makes this album really wonderful is McLachlan's gorgeous voice combined with unique and beautiful instrumental compositions. She has also chosen some little played Christmas songs that are nonetheless great.
  • Peaceful, but too somber

    By BrianSwaldi
    This is a very peaceful collection. That was the most salient word that I was left with after my first listen through. An image of a quiet and snowy field outside a winter's window is conjured. On the downside, it is that peacefulness that makes it a drag on the yule tide feeling. It's teeters more on the depressed side than the peaceful at times. It's not lively enough and seems more for someone to drink alone to during the holidays rather than gear up for the season. Song by song, it's a mixed bag. Some songs are great. She sings beautifully throughout. Her version of Silent Night might be one of the best versions ever. On the other hand, her song The First Noel/Mary Mary is probably the very worst christmas song I've ever heard. It sounds like she tried to make a Christmas song for The Lion King. Terrible and anything but Christmasy. After a while though, as is always the case for me with her, you just get too much of her voice. One can O.D. on her voice after about 5 songs in a row.
  • Hidden Gem

    By payton22
    I just discovered this gem and I think it's a solid album. Has a lot of good songs, but it's not one u can just put on and let it go. Sarah's voice is soft and soothing. Awesome!
  • Wonderful Christmas album

    By Missrey28739
    Every single song is absolutely beautiful. Her voice is just breathtaking. I listen to this album all year long. It's worth every penny!
  • Best Xmas Album of All

    By Me24uandMe
    This is our entire family's fav Xmas album...and we have a wide variety of musical preferences.
  • Beautiful

    By coco1wj73
    This is one of the prettiest Christmas albums! It has the coolest sound, that gives me goosebumps, I love it.

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