Christmas in Concert
|Christmas in Concert|
|Live album by John Denver|
|John Denver chronology|
Christmas in Concert is a Christmas-themed album of music performed live by American singer-songwriter John Denver. It was recorded at DAR Constitution Hall on December 19th and 20th, 1996, and released in September 2001 by RCA Records. It features the World Children's Choir (directed by Sondra Harnes) and the National Symphony Orchestra (conducted by Richard Kaufman).
- "Christmas for Cowboys"
- "Christmas, Like a Lullaby"
- "The Marvelous Toy"
- "Good Evening Talk"
- "A Baby Just Like You"
- "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer"
- "Choir Intro"
- "Away In A Manger"
- "Jingle Bells"
- "What Child Is This?"
- "Intro to Please Daddy (Don't Get Drunk This Christmas)"
- "Please Daddy (Don't Get Drunk This Christmas)"
- "Intro to Alfie/The Christmas Tree"
- "Alfie / The Christmas Tree"
- "Silent Night"
- "Living Legend Story"
- "Noel-Christmas Eve 1913"
- "Little Drummer Boy"
- "O Holy Night"
- "Take Me Home, Country Roads"
- "Annie's Song"
- "Intro to Falling Leaves (The Refugees)"
- "Falling Leaves (The Refugees)"
- John Denver - guitars, vocals
- Pete Huttlinger - guitar, mandolin, banjo
- Chris Nole - keyboards
- Alan Deremo - bass
- Michito Sanchez - percussion
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