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by MC Bruce

Original and traditional music in folk rock style. A highly personal statement on life and redemption during the holidays. And the best version of Angels We Have Heard on High you will ever hear.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Angels
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2. Christmas Eve
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3. I Got the Blues for Christmas
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4. Wassail
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5. I Heard the Bells On Christmas Day
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6. O Little Town of Bethlehem
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7. My Own Private Bethlehem
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8. Asoalin'
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9. Silent Night
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10. Bells
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Album Notes
I hate Christmas music. At least I hate the uber pious phony stuff we're subjected to over the holidays. So I took some of the old tunes and rocked them up like you've never heard before. I wrote songs about real things, such as the quiet moment of exhaustion after the child goes to sleep on Christmas Eve, or realizing in the middle of the holiday rush that it's time to let go of anger toward those who've done you wrong, or that weird feeling when you walk back into church for the first time in years on Christmas Day. Add an instrumental about a powerful Christmas punch and a few other little goodies--such as your girlfriend giving you the blues for Christmas--and you have this little album, one like none you've ever heard before.


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