Swinging and rocking, sexy and eccentric - with these attributes was certainly circumscribed no Christmas Album. At least until now! Because "Christmas With The Puppini Sisters" all these concepts deserved. What ultimately but not really surprised at the notorious eclecticism of three singing a cappella women, they are among their influences but one hand the American vocal group The Andrews Sisters and on the other hand, the English indie rock band The Smiths. The clash of these musical Gegenwelten now also makes the album "Christmas With The Puppini Sisters" so unique. Old and not so old classics of Christmas music have been painted with the bright red lipstick, put in silk ball gowns with plunging neckline or dressed festively in slightly oblique way for it.
opens the motley dance very peppy and fits with "Step Into Christmas". The piece - presented here in a funky Jive version - had Hitlieferantengespann Elton John and Bernie Taupin wrote in 1973 and dedicated produced by Phil Spector singing ensembles such as the Ronettes. Full collar size of the Puppini Sisters also has the following "Santa Baby", which was first sung in 1953 by Eartha Kitt. In the winking Lyrics a "modest" young lady lists their Christmas wishes: among others would have liked a sable, a brand new convertible, a nifty Yacht and Natural Christmas decoration of Tiffany's. Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas" was transplanted from the Puppinis Sisters to New Orleans and spiced up with boisterous Street Parade sounds. StilEcht ukulele accompaniment carries the vocal trio turn the Hawaian Christmas song "Mele Kalikimaka", which in 1950 by Bing Crosby and - once one may guess! - The Andrews Sisters became world famous. Under the skin go the Puppini interpretation of George Michaels Schmachtlied "Last Christmas" and some world-removed version of "White Christmas", while the trio in the cheerfully swinging "Let It Snow" his scat Talented shine leaves. As a cabaret number then again acts "Here Comes Santa Claus". Decay let the Puppini Sisters this delightfully entertaining album with a charming performance of "Winter Wonderland" and the downright traditionalist festive rendition of "O Holy Night". Already on their first two albums - "Betcha Bottom Dollar" and "The Rise And Fall Of Ruby Woo" - inspired the classically trained London vocal trio with imaginative revisions of old jazz classics like "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" and modern hits as Beyonce's "Crazy In Love ". With "Betcha Bottom Dollar" she soared high in 2007 at number 2 of the American jazz charts, with "The Rise And Fall Of Ruby Woo" a year later on rank. 5
The brunette Marcella Puppini, a former assistant to the eccentric fashion icon Vivienne Westwood, had actually dreamed to be an opera star. Also Redhead Stephanie O'Brien began the career in classical music world, then moved, he agrees to play gypsy jazz violin and South American harp and singing. From the blonde Kate Mullins to say that they sing like an angel and like a sailor curse. The vocalists learned in 2004 know the London Trinity College of Music, where they took classes in jazz singing and composition. When she was hired as a joke for a joint appearance in a gay club, worked Marcella, who also gave his name to the trio, on the fly, a package of Kate Bush's "Wuthering Heights" from that in the style of swing and jazz of the 1940s years was held. The rest is - as the saying goes - music history! And the third chapter of music history lay the Puppini Sisters now with this exceedingly entertaining and animated Christmas album.
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