May Day Morn - Turning Point (3) - Silent Promise (Vinyl, LP, Album) download full album zip cd mp3 vinyl flac


Download May Day Morn - Turning Point (3) - Silent Promise (Vinyl, LP, Album)
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Label: Gull - INT 148.308 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Jazz-Rock, Prog Rock

Album), the Mannheim Steamroller Silent Night is worth buying the album which is really saying something. Produced inthis is an outstanding record. I often get tired of the same old classics being redone in a different way. This record is mostly original music. I give this record as a gift to someone every Christmas. Like an earlier post, if I listen to it in July, it must be good. Not overproduced to sound bigger than it should. Bob Bennett — Christmastide This is a new one out this year with excellent vocal and guitar playing. Well worth checking out www. Michael W Smith — Christmas. His first Christmas album. Surprisingly moody and contemplative. Not what most of us would expect from him. And one amazing song from an otherwise ho-hum album. Cliff Richards — Little Town. This is his version of the arrangement introduced by Amy Grant. If you get a chance to listen to it, when the brass comes in, all I can think of is that this is what it will sound like in Heaven. Finally, all this makes me sad in one respect. Thinking about all the great Christmas music points out to me one gaping hole: a Rich Mullins Christmas album. I have always loved it. I had a friend that listened to it all year and he got me hooked. Easily Behold the Lamb of God and not simply to cater to the Proprietor. All other Christmas albums, while enjoyable to listen to, simply have a collection of familiar songs with a few new ones thrown in. Behold the Lamb of God is more than just songs. Outside of that album, I enjoy more of a playlist than an album as a whole. The choirs and orchestra just blow me away. Tonight was my first of this year and it stands up in every way. The scriptural perspective is marvelous. I love the May Day Morn - Turning Point (3) - Silent Promise (Vinyl on it! Her early records, this included were among the reasons I wanted to move to Nashville where great records were being made. Breath of Heaven is so great! Vince G. Truly one of the pianists that I want to grow up to be like… 5. Truly Mister Taste. Another great loss to the music world. This is an wonderful Celtic duo from Chicago. Some fantastic recitations with stellar accompaniment mostly on accordion. Jimmy Keane is one of the finest accordionists on the planet. Nothing like trying to explain that song to a 9 year old in tears after just hearing it on the radio. Now, whenever we hear the opening notes come on, the whole family yells and we turn the station. Nat King Cole, always and forever. That album is awesome and I have been playing it since July! Silent Night gets me every time I listen to it and 5 Golden Rings has got to be my fave song off the whole album. I have a plethora of albums from various artists that I break out and mix up through out the season. I think Michael W. Keep up the good work. Mullen: Christmas in Black and White. I must have considerably less sophisticated taste than the rest of these rabbit room peeps. Then to realize finally today that it is the instrumental interlude between the old and new testaments on the album … how appropriate for the background music to the year gap between the two. A new favorite if possible is one I just found and for 5 bucks it is so worth it. Jason, thanks for mentioning the Bob Dylan Christmas album. One review I read somewhere compared it to a Norman Rockwell painting, and I think that description is pretty apt. I already posted my favorites, but thought of another new one folks should know about. Dobro great, Jerry Douglas, has a new Christmas record out, and I heard a pre-release of it, and it is fabulous! His self-penned songs is just so meaningful…Christmas is all the the heart! John Williams left his fingerprints all over this fantastic soundtrack with exceptional instrumental pieces such as Somewhere in my Memory. Lastly I agree with Prof. Good one, Peter B. I see how it works now! I love Rich Mullins. That said, I have a sneaking suspicion if he had done a Christmas record, it probably would have been a dud. Not sure why I think that, but I do. Turn him loose on a dedicated Christmas record, I think he would have worn a Christmas Sweater on the album cover and included at least one song about elves. Someone above mentioned The Roches. A coworker had their Christmas CD about a decade Album), and we listened to it all the time in December. Loved it. It felt like I was floating in the milky way. Take 6 has a great one, as well as Acappella and Avalon. The lyrics are just so amazing. This record was the staple in my house growing up. A 2-disc compilation I got from Target or Walmart several years ago. He would have put out a Christmas album but it would have been duets and compilations with other artists. Both are less traditional takes on the Christmas album, more truly labeled as Advent Recordings. If there is other Swedish, Finnish, Norwegians, English, Spanish, French people having spotify, I put together a playlist of all the suggestions above that I could find there. With this talk of John Williams, how is it that nobody has mentioned the soundtrack to the Star Wars Christmas Special? It is a fantastic, warm, rich album, with many redemptive lyrics that communicate much thought in their simplicity. She avoids using the belabored Christmas usuals, and finds or writes mostly new or rarely heard songs. Her music is so grounded in reality, and her folk roots keep her still telling stories of everyday people struggling to make it, finding a bit of rest on their way, a bit of light in the darkness. I love it. I also love Bells of Dublin, by the Chieftains. It has the elements LP love about celtic music — the improvisation of the spirited instrumentals, the singalong feel of many of the carols, a real drive towards celebrating in the moment of coming together in community around this great thing known as music. It is a really inexpensive album — check amazon if interested. Check it out. And finally, is everyone too embarrassed to mention Trans-Siberian Orchestra? To The World. Classic Christmas songs as you have never heard them before, and done well at that. Right up there with Mannheim Steamroller in the unique reinterpretation quality department. I love many of the afformentioned CDs. He put together a big band and it was a stunning result. Messed up Christmas music for me for a few years — everything seemed really cheesy and bad in comparison. Jason, I laughed when I saw your picks. I have the three albums you mentioned, and all are favorites. The Bruce Cockburn has become a tradition at our house on Christmas morning. This was the alarm for anyone that was not already up and going, to get that way quick. This tradition started when my daughter was around 12 years old, and of course it was met with rolled eyes. My daughter is now married with children of her own. They are usually at our house on Christmas morning now. Christmas means so much to me. So imagine the thrill for this lover of all kinds of music a passion second only to my love of wordsto learn that any who had the desire and skill could celebrate the coming of this beautiful, newborn King. I heard every variety possible, and learned not only that most of these people loved the Lord, but that it was okay for them to voice their praises in the song styles of their choice. Today I perused the thread of this wonderful Rabbit Room conversation and discovered other music to explore and enjoy. Thank you all, very, very much! But the rest of the songs, oh my…. If you hear no other song from this amazing release, at least please find a way to hear the title song. I truly believe the comfort and promise bestowed will turn many hearts to our magnificent God. Close your eyes, fold your hands For a moment let your sorrow fade Why? Oh why are you afraid? Has this world stripped you of your faith? Used to listen to it all the time. Thanks for the reminder. Margret, thank you for this timely reminder of how Jesus makes all things new. I feel a mini-magnificat coming on. Margret, that Album) a great song. Good News was written by Rob Mathes, one of my favorite creative people. He is a brilliant arranger, singer,songwriter, composer, and pianist, besides preaching one of my favorite sermons of all time. Thanks for the responses and the smiles, Travis and Peter B. And thank you, Steven Lamb, for cluing me in to Christmas is Coming. My husband Matt and I really like Michael McDonald I felt like quite the rebel in that long-ago lifetime when I sang along with Jesus is Just Alright with MeVanessa Williams has a beautiful voice, and wonderfully gifted David Sanborn was my favorite sax player in the 80s. Then, hearing that Michael Card, who so superbly matches each song with the appropriate instrument have you seen the plethora of instruments he brings to the stage? Ditto to Elsa F. It was something our radio station aired on a yearly basis. Just flipped through all of these comments again…. Beautifully produced, played and sung! Way, way better than a bow tie or a fruit cake, LP. Just looking for some new music since this is the first Christmas in years I have had time to slow down and really meditate on and enjoy some good Christmas music. If you have a Rabbit Room account, log in here to comment. Your email address will not be published. Notify me when new comments are added. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. SIDE-B 1. Queen Of The White E 2. Mirror 3. Mirror, Mirror 4. Green Tranquility. The City 2. Divided Reality 3. Elidor 4. Before The Rain 5. Fylke 6. Playing Downhill Into Downs. Wandering Song 4. Excursion With Complications. Leaving Shire 2. Fog On The Barrow — Downs 4. A Journey In The Dark 2. Lothlorien 3. Shadowfax 4. The Great Havens. Come Sunday 2. The Hump 3. Opus Pt. This Old Building. Prayer 2. Sunset 3. Destination Paradise. Bond Street 2. Knowing When To Leave 4. My Silent Song 5. Walk On By 6. Eleanor Rigby. Norwegian Wood 3. Petite Paulette 6. Get Back. Good Times, Bad Times 2. Bahamian Harvest 3. Impromptu 4. New York Batsa 2. Kama Part1 3. Kama Part2 4. Atma — Yesterday 5. Atma — Today 6. Atma — Tomorrow. Country Girl 4. You Can Fly. Nights In White Satin 2.{/PARAGRAPH}


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