Starting November 25, Apple Music has been releasing exclusive “gifts” — new holiday albums, live concert recordings, new versions of classic songs and more — to its subscribers each day. Sunday’s release features some of music’s biggest names all teaming up to sing with Shania Twain.
You can now hear a deluxe version of Shania’s megahit 1997 album Come On Over — originally released 25 years ago this month — featuring three exclusive duet versions of two of the album’s hits. There’s a live version of Shania’s hit “You’re Still the One” which features her singing with Elton John live in Miami in 1999. A different live recording and video recorded this year in Las Vegas features her singing the same song with Coldplay’s Chris Martin.
Finally, there’s a live version of the song “Party for Two,” recorded live at the Stagecoach music festival in 2017 with Nick Jonas. It’s worth noting that that same year, the two also teamed up for a holiday duet called “Say All You Want for Christmas,” but that’s not on this particular album.
Come On Over also includes such Shania standards as “That Don’t Impress Me Much” and “Man! I Feel Like a Woman.” You can hear it now in Spatial Audio, exclusively on Apple Music.
On Saturday, Apple Music released Harry Connick Jr.’s new holiday album Make It Merry as part of the same “From Apple Music With Love” gift program. The last day of exclusive releases is Wednesday.
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