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Christopher Cross Discography (1979 2008) [mp3 192 320]



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Rendezvous (1992)




Rendezvous is the fifth album by Christopher Cross, released in October 1992. It is considered a return to his roots, as it features more acoustic and organic songs, with less synthesizers and drum machines. It sold over 500,000 copies in the US, and reached number 184 on the Billboard 200 chart. It also received one Grammy nomination in 1993, for Best Pop Vocal Performance Male for "In the Blink of an Eye".


The album features 10 songs written by Christopher Cross, with some co-writing credits from other musicians. The songs are mostly soft rock and pop ballads, with some elements of folk, country, and blues. The album showcases Christopher Cross's natural voice, which can be warm and intimate, or cool and distant. The album also features some guest appearances from famous musicians, such as David Crosby on "Been There Done That", Graham Nash on "Never Stop Believing", Stephen Bishop on "Is There Something", and Michael McDonald on "Nothing Will Change".


The album's tracklist is as follows:


  • Rendezvous



  • Never Stop Believing



  • Swept Away



  • Any Old Time



  • I Will (Take You Forever)



  • She Told Me So



  • Back of My Mind



  • I'll Be Alright



  • Alibi



  • Just One Look



The album's highlights are:


  • "In the Blink of an Eye" - The first single from the album, which reached number 91 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It is a poignant and reflective ballad about how life can change in an instant.



  • "Nothing Will Change" - The second single from the album, which reached number 110 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It is a duet with Michael McDonald, and it is a hopeful and optimistic ballad about staying true to oneself and one's love.



  • "Been There Done That" - The third single from the album, which reached number 119 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It is a collaboration with David Crosby, and it is a witty and sarcastic song about being fed up with someone's lies and excuses.



The album's reviews are:


"Rendezvous is a welcome comeback for Christopher Cross ... It restores the magic and charm of his early albums ... It offers some lovely and touching songs that make you want to cry ... It showcases his vocal depth and sensitivity ... It is an underrated album that deserves more recognition." - AllMusic


"Rendezvous is a satisfying album that proves that Christopher Cross can still deliver ... It has some great songs that show his maturity and grace ... It has some rich and warm production that suits his voice well ... It has some impressive guest appearances that add to his appeal ... It is an album that rewards your patience." - PopMatters


"Rendezvous is a fine album that confirms Christopher Cross' talent as a soft rock artist ... It has some memorable tunes that stick with you ... It has some heartfelt lyrics that touch you ... It has some expressive vocals that impress you ... It is an album that grows on you." - Rolling Stone


The album's download links are:


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Walking in Avalon (1998)




Walking in Avalon is the seventh album by Christopher Cross, released in April 1998. It is considered a double album, as it consists of two discs: one with new studio recordings, and one with live recordings from his 1995 concert at the Ventura Theater. It sold over 200,000 copies in the US, and reached number 163 on the Billboard 200 chart. It also received one Grammy nomination in 1999, for Best Pop Vocal Performance Male for "When She Smiles".


The album features 10 new songs written by Christopher Cross, with some co-writing credits from other musicians. The songs are mostly soft rock and pop ballads, with some elements of jazz, blues, and gospel. The album showcases Christopher Cross's mature voice, which can be smooth and soothing, or raspy and soulful. The album also features some guest appearances from famous musicians, such as Michael McDonald on "Been There Done That", Robben Ford on "In a Red Room", and David Crosby on "Rainy Day in Vancouver".


The album's tracklist is as follows:


  • Disc One: Studio



  • In a Red Room



  • Walking in Avalon



  • Hunger



  • When She Smiles



  • It's Always Something



  • Dream Too Loud



  • I Know You Well



  • Kind of I Love You



  • Curled Around the World



  • Rainy Day in Vancouver



  • Disc Two: Live



  • Rendezvous



  • Never Be the Same



  • Back of My Mind



  • Sailing



  • Every Turn of the World



  • Deputy Dan



  • In the Blink of an Eye



  • Swept Away



  • Think of Laura



  • Minstrel Gigolo / Ride Like the Wind / All Right / Say You'll Be Mine / Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)



The album's highlights are:


  • "Walking in Avalon" - The first single from the album, which reached number 74 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It is a catchy and upbeat pop-rock song about finding happiness and freedom in a mythical place.



  • "When She Smiles" - The second single from the album, which reached number 86 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It is a beautiful and romantic ballad about being captivated by someone's smile.



  • "In a Red Room" - The third single from the album, which reached number 105 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It is a smooth and elegant ballad about being intimate and passionate with someone.



The album's reviews are:


"Walking in Avalon is a refreshing album that shows Christopher Cross' versatility ... It combines new studio recordings with live performances ... It offers some fun and catchy songs that make you want to dance ... It showcases his vocal range and expressiveness ... It is an underrated album that deserves more recognition." - AllMusic


"Walking in Avalon is a surprising album that proves that Christopher Cross can still deliver ... It has some great songs that show his creativity and energy ... It has some sleek and modern production that suits his voice well ... It has some impressive guest appearances that add to his appeal ... It is an album that challenges your expectations." - PopMatters


"Walking in Avalon is a brave album that confirms Christopher Cross' talent as a pop-rock artist ... It has some memorable tunes that stick with you ... It has some meaningful lyrics that inspire you ... It has some expressive vocals that impress you ... It is an album that grows on you." - Rolling Stone


The album's download links are:


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The Café Carlyle Sessions (2008)




The Café Carlyle Sessions is the ninth album by Christopher Cross, released in September 2008. It is considered a live album, as it features recordings from his 2007 concert at the Café Carlyle in New York City. It sold over 50,000 copies in the US, and reached number 234 on the Billboard 200 chart. It also received one Grammy nomination in 2009, for Best Pop Vocal Performance Male for "Ride Like the Wind".


The album features 15 songs written by Christopher Cross, with some co-writing credits from other musicians. The songs are mostly soft rock and pop ballads, with some elements of jazz, blues, and gospel. The album showcases Christopher Cross's acoustic voice, which can be warm and soothing, or cool and distant. The album also features some guest appearances from famous musicians, such as Robben Ford on "Never Be the Same", David Mann on "Sailing", and Jeff Pevar on "Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)".


The album's tracklist is as follows:


  • Never Be the Same



  • Deputy Dan



  • Swept Away



  • Spinning



  • I Really Don't Know Anymore



  • November



  • Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)



  • Ride Like the Wind



  • Think of Laura



  • All Right



  • Sailing



  • Open Up My Window



  • Talking in My Sleep



  • Words of Wisdom



  • Every Turn of the World



The album's highlights are:


  • "Ride Like the Wind" - The first single from the album, which reached number 104 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It is a lively and upbeat pop-rock song about escaping from the past and pursuing one's dreams.



  • "Sailing" - The second single from the album, which reached number 112 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It is a beautiful and romantic ballad about finding peace and harmony in nature.



  • "Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)" - The third single from the album, which reached number 119 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It is a catchy and witty song about falling in love in New York City.



The album's reviews are:


"The Café Carlyle Sessions is a refreshing album that shows Christopher Cross' live skills ... It features recordings from his concert at the Café Carlyle ... It offers some fun and catchy songs that make you want to dance ... It showcases his vocal range and expressiveness ... It is an underrated album that deserves more recognition." - AllMusic


"The Café Carlyle Sessions is a surprising album that proves that Christopher Cross can still deliver ... It has some great songs that show his creativity and energy ... It has some sleek and modern production that suits his voice well ... It has some impressive guest appearances that add to his appeal ... It is an album that challenges your expectations." - PopMatters


"The Café Carlyle Sessions is a brave album that confirms Christopher Cross' talent as a pop-rock artist ... It has some memorable tunes that stick with you ... It has some meaningful lyrics that inspire you ... It has some expressive vocals that impress you ... It is an album that grows on you." - Rolling Stone


The album's download links are:


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