Mannheim Steamroller Christmas: The Season for Joy

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Thomas Nelson Incorporated, 2007 - Religion - 63 pages
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The first gift book from the world's #1 selling Christmas music artist!

Musician Chip Davis has created lovely prose with his personal and intimate reflections on five simple joys of the Christmas season: the joy of family, the joy of friendship, the joy of giving, the joy of music, and the joy experienced in a special Baby. Each section is decorated with beautiful, full-color traditional and contemporary imagery of the season and with seasonal verse and quotes to touch the reader's heart and imagination. The millions of Mannheim Steamroller fans will love this new way to experience and share with others the joys of Christmas.

Mannheim Steamroller fast facts:

  • 25 million Christmas albums sold (Elvis Presley is 2nd with 17 million)
  • 16 gold records, 7 platinum records, 4 multi-platinum records
  • 5 million albums from the Fresh Aire series
  • One of the top 50 selling artists since the inception of SoundScan in 1991

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User Review  - lisalouhoo - LibraryThing

Evan Darling has long kept a life-changing experience which happened to him as a boy a secret - even from his children and wife. But one Christmas Eve, as a blizzard is raging, and his children show ... Read full review

Review: Mannheim Steamroller Christmas: The Season for Joy-- Book and CD

User Review  - Iris Benton - Christianbook.com

I was very disappointed that the "CD" that is included was only a brief, 2 song recording. There was no indication that it was going to be so substantially shorter than any of the other four or five ... Read full review

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Chip Davis , the driving force behind Mannheim Steamroller , has sold more than 36 million albums total and is the #1 selling Christmas artist of all time with more than 25 million Christmas albums sold. He and his wife, Trisha, have three children, Kelly, Evan and Elyse. In their living room is the piano his grandmother first taught him to play.

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