Posts Tagged ‘brooklyn tabernacle choir’

Pressed For Time So A Blast From The Past

December 16, 2017

Way back when I started this blog there wasn’t nearly as much content on youtube as there is now. And if you did upload something, youtube was much more lax regarding copyright laws.

Nowadays, their algorithm detects copyright infringement within seconds of an upload. That’s a good and a bad thing. Good for the artist. But if there is a song from an artist that isn’t on youtube and you try to upload it, chances are really good google will slap you down post haste.

So way back when, I uploaded several songs and they’re still there and have thousands of views. Don’t ask me how. I have no idea.

I’m a bit pressed for time today so I’m going to feature several songs I’ve uploaded through the years.

  • Carol of the Bells Medley from the amazing Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir
  • The Chieftains featuring Burgess Meredith – Don Oiche Ud I mBeithil
  • Steve Goodman’s live and off the cuff Winter Wonderland
  • Curt Smith’s This Is Christmas (originally from the TV show Psyche)

Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir –  Carol of the Bells Medley

The Chieftains featuring Burgess Meredith – Don Oiche Ud I mBeithil

Steve Goodman – Winter Wonderland

Curt Smith – This Is Christmas

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Wonderful Medley of Carols from The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir

December 21, 2014

The award winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir has released four Christmas records over the years. My favorite is Christmas At Brooklyn Tabernacle. The record features their tremendous Medley of Carols which includes Carol Of The Bells, I Wonder As I Wander, O Come All Ye Faithful, Do You Hear What I Hear and The Little Drummer Boy. I’ll feature that song tonight.

Carols Medley – The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir

21,551 Views & Counting

December 30, 2013

On December 10, 2010, I uploaded a version of the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir’s “Carols: Carol Of The Bells/I Wonder As I Wander/O Come All Ye Faithful/Do You Hear What I Hear…” (from their outstanding CD, “Christmas At The Brooklyn Tabernacle).” It’s a wonderful medley from this outstanding group of singers and musicians.

It’s been viewed nearly 22,000 times since. Make it one more — you won’t be disappointed.

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