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Brett Eldredge 10/28/2016

Review

Abandoning all modern trappings, Brett Eldredge chooses to go the full Frank Sinatra on his 2016 seasonal affair Glow. Leaving behind the R&B rhythms that underpin his hit singles is a bit of a risky move for Eldredge, as it pushes the spotlight directly onto his vocals. Eldredge may not take many risks on Glow -- he's determined to adhere to string-saturated tradition, so he never plays with his phrasing -- but he's warm and charming, which gives him enough swagger to ride the snazzy big-band arrangements on Glow. Often, these tunes -- everything is familiar apart from the newly written title track, which is designed to pass without notice among the standards -- are so overheated they suggest a Vegas revue, but that's also the appeal of Glow. Eldredge plays with the schlockiest aspects of show biz, but his tongue is never in his cheek: he believes in this bluster, and that's the fun of Glow. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Brett Eldredge 2:14
  3. 2 Baby, It's Cold Outside Brett Eldredge 2:50
  4. 3 I'll Be Home for Christmas Brett Eldredge 3:23
  5. 4 The Christmas Song Brett Eldredge 4:30
  6. 5 Glow Brett Eldredge 3:24
  7. 6 White Christmas Brett Eldredge 3:10
  8. 7 Winter Wonderland Brett Eldredge 2:39
  9. 8 Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas Brett Eldredge 4:35
  10. 9 Silent Night Brett Eldredge 3:53
  11. 10 It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas Brett Eldredge 2:50
  12. 11 The First Noel Brett Eldredge 2:33

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