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Mannheim Steamroller: Christmas Live (1997)

Mannheim Steamroller Christmas Live is a set of Christmas favorites from the group's best-selling Christmas albums. Mannheim Steamroller creator and composer Chip Davis has been recognized ... See full summary »

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Chip Davis ...
Recorders / Percussion / Toys
Jackson Berkey ...
Keyboards
Almeda Berkey ...
Supporting Keyboards
Ron Cooley ...
Guitar & Fretted Instruments
Arnie Roth ...
Violin
Roxanne Layton ...
Recorders & Percussion
Evan Fisher Davis ...
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Mannheim Steamroller Christmas Live is a set of Christmas favorites from the group's best-selling Christmas albums. Mannheim Steamroller creator and composer Chip Davis has been recognized with 19 gold, eight multi-platinum and four platinum records and the group is the #1 Christmas music artist in all of history. The group's signature sound, characterized as "classical music meets rock and roll", established a distinctive new genre. While Mannheim Steamroller's music is uniquely moving by itself, Christmas Live captures the experience, sights and sounds of the group live in concert with this holiday release. The beloved holiday performance by some of the most talented musicians today and an intense multimedia presentation results in a powerful and emotional Christmas experience. This 56-minute Christmas concert features many favorite Mannheim Steamroller Christmas classics. "Joy to the World" perhaps best epitomizes the distinctive Mannheim Steamroller sound: powerful synthesized ... Written by Anonymous

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