Christmas Wish (album)

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This article is about the Olivia Newton-John album. For the Gina Jeffreys album, see Christmas Wish (Gina Jeffreys album).
Christmas Wish
Christmas Wish (album).jpg
Studio album by Olivia Newton-John
Released 2007
Genre Christmas music
Label Warner Music
Producer Amy Sky
Olivia Newton-John chronology
Grace and Gratitude
(2006)
Christmas Wish
(2007)
A Celebration in Song
(2008)

Christmas Wish is an album by Olivia Newton-John, released in 2007. It is the second original album of Christmas Music recorded by Newton-John after 'Tis the Season with Vince Gill (Hallmark, 2000), and the compilation partly from that The Christmas Collection. It is her second album produced by Amy Sky. It featuring versions of classic Christmas songs. The collection features guest appearances from Barry Manilow, Jon Secada, Michael McDonald and others. In 2008, the album was re-released as a Target exclusive and included the bonus track "In the Bleak Midwinter".[1]

Track listing[edit]

# Title
1 "O Come All Ye Faithful"
2 "Angels We Have Heard on High (Interlude)"
3 "Every Time It Snows" (with Jon Secada)
4 "Away in a Manger (Interlude)"
5 "We Three Kings"
6 "First Noel (Interlude)"
7 "Mother's Christmas Wish" (with Jim Brickman)
8 "Jesus, Joy of Man's Desiring (Interlude)"
9 "Angels in the Snow"
10 "What Child Is This? (Interlude)"
11 "Silent Night" (with Jann Arden)
12 "O Come, O Come Emmanuel (Interlude)"
13 "All Through the Night" (with Michael McDonald)
14 "Little Drummer Boy (Interlude)"
15 "Underneath the Same Sky"
16 "The Christmas Tree (Interlude)"
17 "Little Star of Bethlehem"
18 "Deck the Halls (Interlude)"
19 "Instrument of Peace" (with Marc Jordan)
20 "We Wish You a Merry Christmas (Interlude)"
21 "In The Bleak Midwinter" (bonus track)
22 "Instruments of Peace" (with Amy Sky) (bonus track)
23 "Every Time Is Snow" (with Mark Masry) (bonus track)

Charts[edit]

Chart Peak
position
US Billboard 200 187
US Billboard Independent Albums 21

References[edit]

  1. ^ Billboard - Jan 17, 2009

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