Amanda Palmer, Ashley Monroe, Brandi Carlile, Jessie Baylin, Lucinda
Williams, PHOX and Yoko Ono with the Flaming Lips are among artists with
never heard before renditions of holiday favorites
Newly-written holiday songs exclusively for Amazon can be
heard from artists including Anna Nalick, Blondfire, Liz Phair and Ruby
The playlist features more than 40 holiday songs for Prime
members to listen to on Prime Music at no additional cost
SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 20, 2014--
(NASDAQ:AMZN) — Amazon.com, Inc. today announced the availability of All
Is Bright, an exclusive playlist of newly-recorded holiday songs
available for listening on Amazon's Prime
Music service. All Is Bright features performances
of holiday favorites, rarities and newly-written songs from
extraordinary artists including Ashley Monroe, Brandi Carlile, Jessie
Baylin, Liz Phair, Lucinda Williams, Yoko Ono with the Flaming Lips and
many more. This first-ever exclusive holiday playlist from Amazon is
available for unlimited ad-free listening on Prime
Music for Amazon
Prime members at no additional cost to their membership.
"Holiday music is part of what makes this time of year so great, and
we're excited today to unveil a unique mix of completely new holiday
songs for Prime members to enjoy throughout the season," stated Steve
Boom, VP of Digital Music for Amazon. "From popular classics re-recorded
to newly-written songs from some of today's best artists, the All Is
Bright playlist gives a fresh take on holiday music and we're
thrilled to have each track available for our Prime members and
Newly-written holiday songs for All
Anna Nalick — "Till the End of the Year (Bye Buy By)"
Blondfire — "Christmas Lights"
Emi Meyer — "Everything this Christmas"
Jenn Bostic — "Light a Candle"
Julian Moon — "Best Christmas Ever"
Liz Phair — "Ho Ho Ho"
Ruby the RabbitFoot — "Under Any Limb"
Selena Garcia — "Hold-up Holidays"
Never heard before renditions of holiday classics for All
Amanda Palmer — "The Angel Gabriel"
Ashley Monroe — "Tennessee Christmas"
Beth Orton — "River"
Brandi Carlile — "O Holy Night"
Elastic Bond — "Winter Wonderland"
Escort — "Last Christmas"
Heartless Bastards — "White Christmas"
Hero Fisher — "Pretty Paper"
Houndmouth — "Blue Christmas"
Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas — "I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas"
Jessie Baylin — "Purple Snowflakes"
Jillian Edwards — "O Come, All Ye Faithful"
Kat Parsons — "I'll Be Home for Christmas"
Kate Davis feat. Gabe Schnider — "Greensleeves"
Kelly Hogan — "Blue Snowfall"
Ladyhawke — "Merry Xmas Everyone"
Laura Gibson — "Wonderful Christmastime"
Lauren Shera — "(It's Gonna Be a) Lonely Christmas"
Little & Ashley — "Someday at Christmas"
Lucinda Williams — "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"
Mia Doi Todd — "The Cherry Tree Carol"
Natalia Clavier — "My Favorite Things"
Natalia Zukerman — "What Are You Doing New Year's Eve"
No Sinner — "Baby Please Come Home"
PHOX — "The Christmas Song"
Ruby Jane — "Make a Wish"
Ruthie Foster — "Amazing Grace"
Shaprece — "Carol of the Bells"
Shelby Earl — "We Three Kings"
Sinclair — "The Christmas"
Tal Wilkenfeld — "All I Want for Christmas Is You"
The Rosebuds — "Let it Snow"
This Is The Kit — "It's Christmas Time"
- Tom Tom Club — "Il Est Ne"
Yoko Ono & Flaming Lips — "Happy Xmas (War is Over)"
Throughout the season, Amazon will also be debuting video content
including behind-the-scenes recordings, live performances and one-on-one
conversations with artists featured on All Is Bright. More
information on all the great artists on All Is Bright can be
found here: www.amazon.com/allisbright.
Prime Music is one of the latest benefits of Amazon Prime, joining
unlimited Free Two-Day Shipping on more than 20 million items across all
categories, unlimited streaming of tens of thousands of movies and TV
episodes with Prime Instant Video, free unlimited photo storage in
Amazon Cloud Drive with Prime Photos, early access to select Lightning
Deals and access to more than 600,000 books to borrow with the Kindle
Owners' Lending Library. Prime Music is available at www.primemusic.com
and on Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV stick, iOS, Android, PC,
and Mac, with the ability to download tracks to mobile devices for
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