Composer and pianist Jan Mulder recorded a new album titled: Christmas, featuring Andrea Bocelli and the London Symphony Orchestra. Jan Mulder composed and arranged the music for the new CD which contains beautiful Christmas Carols such as: O Holy Night, O Come All Ye Faithful, Silent Night, and Angels We Have Heard On High. In addition to that, he composed new music for Christmas: The Birthday Of A King, Prince of Peace, and Mary's Lullaby. Guest artist Andrea Bocelli sings a beautiful song called: A choir of a thousand angels. Jan Mulder conducted the London Symphony Orchestra at Lyndhurst Hall in London and played the solo piano part simultaneously. Sound engineer Geoff Foster is a three time GRAMMY Award winner. Mulder's Christmas album sounds warm, very emotional and pleasant.
Landmark 1960s TV play about a young couple and their children who are cruelly overtaken by events which lead them into an unrelenting trap of debt, homelessness and poverty.
If the big heels and the high-production fashion values have you skeptical about this lady, keep reading. Purring and snarling through “Your One And Only”, crowing danger through the tasty acoustic gem “Behind My Back”, double-daring her way through the buoyant “Purple Tattoos”, Cathy Jean has a natural gift for pairing her formidable voice with some pretty mean presence and solid song-writing (not a single cover on the entire CD). Blues fans will want to skip string-coated pop fare like “You Don’t Know”, but most of the rest is great stuff– seductive, tough and convincing, backed by a terrific group. Excellent and recommended.