- Performer:Charlie Landsborough
- Title:The Greatest Gift
- Date of release:November 1, 2004
- Size FLAC version1245 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1713 megabytes
- Size WMA version1424 megabytes
- Formats:AHX DTS AUD MP1 MPC MP2
Charles Alexander Landsborough (born 26 October 1941) is an English country and folk musician and singer-songwriter. He started singing professionally in the 1970s, although his major success did not come until 1994 with his song "What Colour is the Wind". He is one of the UK's top country acts and is also popular in Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. Born in Wrexham, Wales, Landsborough was the youngest of 11 children.
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Charlie Landsborough. Charlie Landsborough. 11 April 2014 ·. Hi guys. com/demonmusi. where. It’s 20 years since we all discovered CHARLIE LANDSBOROUGH through his amazing song What Colour Is The Wind. 27 albums later, the genial giant returns to his Merseyside roots, to the famous Cavern, and the music that put that venue, and put the city of Liverpool on the map. Here,There And Everywhere is an album of Lennon, McCartney and Harrison compositions.
Charles Alexander Landsborough is the youngest of 11 children. Due to the bombing raids over Birkenhead, Charlie's mother, Aggie was moved to Wrexham. Like St Patrick, another of Ireland¹s legends, he was born in Wales but it was back to the family house of music for his raising.
Free download and listen The Greatest Gift (Xmas Album). Charlie Landsborough - White Christmas 03:44. Charlie Landsborough - Once In Royal David’s City/O Little Town Of Bethlehem/Away In A Manger/The First Noel/O Come All Ye Faithful 06:53. Charlie Landsborough - Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas 03:36. Here, There & Everywhere - Charlie Landsborough. My Heart Would Know + Heart And Soul - Charlie Landsborough. Reflections - His Classic Love Songs - Charlie Landsborough.
The Greatest Gift - An Album of Christmas Classics. The Lighter Side - Comedy Album. Ultimate Storyteller' reveals that there is far more to Charlie Landsborough than the tracks of a Best Of compilation. All the favourites are here but this box set presents 10 of Charlie's studio albums, recorded between 1992 and 2006 – including his debut album 'Songs From The Heart' - a live concert from Dublin, which gives you a feel for Charlie's live performances, and a special CD of his rarities, one-off tracks that have been added to previous compilations.
Artist Album Song Title. A Portrait of Charlie Landsborough Album Cover Art. 1 What Colour Is the Wind. 2 I Will Love You All My Life. 3 Further Down the Road. 4 A Million Ways to Fall.
Listen to music from Charlie Landsborough like Smile, Things That My Ears Can Do & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Charlie Landsborough. Great artist, for those of you who like, easy listening, country or jazz style music. Fabulous to see in concert he has a great sense of reality, warmth and genuine caring. Not only a singer but Charlie is a great songwriter also, with such songs as I Will Love You All My Life the hit made famoua by Foster and Allen. What Colour Is The Wind is another favourite among many he has penned.
CreditsCharlie Landsborough - Primary Artist
|1||Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas||Charlie Landsborough||3:33|
|2||Mary's Boy Child||Charlie Landsborough||4:52|
|3||Medley: God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen/We Three Kings/Hark the ...||Charlie Landsborough||5:48|
|4||Oh Holy Night||Charlie Landsborough||5:07|
|5||The Greatest Gift of All||Charlie Landsborough||3:56|
|6||Christmas Song||Charlie Landsborough||3:05|
|7||Silent Night||Charlie Landsborough||4:18|
|8||Medley: Once in Royal David's City/O Little Town of ...||Charlie Landsborough||6:51|
|9||White Christmas||Charlie Landsborough||3:41|
|10||Christmas Tree||Charlie Landsborough||3:29|
|11||In the Bleak Mid Winter||Charlie Landsborough||4:25|
|12||Aud Lang Syne||Charlie Landsborough||4:35|