Simply put "O Christmas Trio" recorded by the Ken Foster Trio, is "Feel-Good-Tap-Your-Toe fun holiday music!"
All of the arrangements are instrumental with additional orchestration around the core of Ken Foster (Piano), Brian Foster (Bass) and Bob Macart (Drums)
Celebrating the music of Christmas through various rhythmic styles, makes this a CD that's bound to keep your interest. (it may even tempt you to dance)
As stated in the CD Review from www.christmasreviews.com
"There is something here for everyone!"
Recent Customer comments:
I have an odd hobby of collecting Christmas CDs (around 800 so far) and "O Christmas Trio" is on my top ten list. I am looking forward to the new CD.
July 16, 2005
Does the Ken Foster Trio have any other CD's available, other then "O Christmas Trio"? My children get upset when I try to put any other CDs into their CD player.
Cottonwood Heights, UT
June 24, 2004
Our NEW Christmas CD just released in 2005 "A Holly Jolly Christmas" is available here now!
MERRY CHRISTMAS from Ken, Brian & Bob
CD review from www.christmasreviews.com
Sometimes jazz trios can be a little dry for my taste, but not this one. This is a trio who can have fun with Santa Baby and You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch and a moment later play The Christmas Song with an understated elegance.
Displaying a command of many styles, they seemed to be at their best with some of their slower paced numbers. Their First Christmas Medley was the most moving selection on the CD; Auld Lang Syne was sweet, too. And I already mentioned The Christmas Song. Ken Foster is a versatile piano and keyboard player who has a knack for getting the sentimental mood just right on these.
But that is not to sell the Trio's faster paced songs short. They are quite comfortable playing up-tempo, such as their almost Caribbean barroom rendition of Jingle Bells.
There is something here for everyone. For example, I'm into great CD cover art, and I liked theirs a lot.
O Christmas Tree
Here Comes Santa Claus
Little Drummer Boy
The Christmas Song
Your're A Mean One Mr. Grinch
A First Christmas Medley (First Noel, What Child is This, Silent Night)
Auld Lang Syne