More from the essential trio of Christmas albums!
Yes, this means more Michael W. Smith. (Next week will be something different, I promise.)
To break the 'monotony' of Christmas music, I have decided to feature a second song today. That's right, the first ever two-for-one Music Day.
First things first: Christmas music.
This is like the updated, more 'modern' version of his 1998 song Christmastime. Personally I prefer Christmastime, but how can you frown at the big orchestra sound and a two choirs?
Title: Christmas Angels
Artist: Michael W. Smith
Album: It's A Wonderful Christmas
Label: Reunion Records
iTunes here; YouTube here.
Having been listening to Classic Christian 24/7 for nearly a month now, I've discovered the titles of many songs I remembered from my childhood but wouldn't have known where to start looking for them because I had absolutely nothing to go on. But now -- oh happiness! -- I can look them up and download them and with a touch of a screen relive the days of the old green Spirit when my best friend still lived in the country.
This is one of those songs.
Title: Wild Imagination
Artist: Scott Krippayne
Album: Wild Imagination
Label: Word Records
iTunes here, but it's not on YouTube...
Less than a week after I first heard it on the station, the first time I'd heard it in... I don't even know, ten years? -- I'd downloaded it from iTunes. I listened to it exactly once on my iPod before waking up the other morning with choreography in my head for nearly the entire chorus, plus a fully formed costume idea.
That's still making me smile as I write this.
Come and see
Come and be surprised...