The Christmas Song (feat. Shelby Lynne) - The Blind Boys Of Alabama

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The Blind Boys Of Alabama - Go Tell On The Mountain
Release Date: November 4, 2016
It’s hard to believe that in their multi-decade history, The Blind Boys Of Alabama hadn’t issued a Christmas album until 2003—but, when it arrived, it was greater than anyone would have imagined. Go Tell It On The Mountain featured The Blind Boys’ signature vocals, matched with a bevy of special guests including Solomon Burke, Tom Waits, Chrissie Hynde, Mavis Staples, George Clinton, Les McCann, and many more.
The mix of hymns and traditional holiday favorites was greeted with adoration, and garnered the group its third Grammy® Award in as many years, and as many releases. (They won in 2001 for Spirit Of The Century, and Higher Ground in 2002.)
While the release was expanded in 2004 to include an extra track, this version of Go Tell It On The Mountain goes two better, with live tracks recorded at the Beacon Theatre in New York. Also included is an insightful new essay from Davin Seay—co-author of memoirs from Al Green, Dion, and Snoop Dogg.
Just as a new generation of listeners was introduced to The Blind Boys Of Alabama at the turn of the century, it’s time for their classic Christmas album to continue the tradition today.
Track Listing:
1. Last Month Of The Year
2. I Pray On Christmas (feat. Solomon Burke)
3. Go Tell It On The Mountain (feat. Tom Waits)
4. The Little Drummer Boy (feat. Michael Franti)
5. In The Bleak Midwinter (feat. Chrissie Hynde)
6. Joy To The World (feat. Aaron Neville)
7. Born In Bethlehem (feat. Mavis Staples)
8. The Christmas Song (feat. Shelby Lynne)
9. Away In A Manger (feat. George Clinton)
10. Oh Come All Ye Faithful (feat. Me'Shell Ndegeocello)
11. White Christmas (feat. Les McCann)
12. Silent Night
13. My Lord What A Morning (A Cappella)
14. Go Tell It On The Mountain (Live in New York)
15. Amazing Grace (Live in New York)
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