You are currently browsing the tag archive for the ‘ryan dean’ tag.
Merry Christmas! It’s once again time for The Blah Blah’s annual Christmas mix cd – Have a Blah Christmas. Hope you like it.
Otherwise, I apologize but the songs aren’t edited to be in the correct order according to track number. You’ll have to do that yourself. I just ran out of time.
Enjoy the mix, and stop by the Sounds Familyre Blog for A Familyre Christmas, Vol. 1 and 2, with more great Christmas music.
1. Rosie Thomas – Christmas Time is Here (Download or Stream)
2. Lenny Smith – Finally, It’s Christmas Eve (Download or Stream)
3. Sufjan Stevens – We’re Goin’ to the Country (Download or Stream)
4. Over the Rhine – Little Town (Download or Stream)
5. Anathallo – Come Ye Sinners (Download or Stream)
6. Elin Smith – Oh Holy Night (Download or Stream)
7. Threnody Ensemble – Cello MiscO2 Mix01 (Download or Stream)
8. Joe Dorsey – Silent Night (Download or Stream)
9. Alli Rogers – O Little Town of Bethlehem (Download or Stream)
10. All Stars – Jesus is the Reason for the Season (Download or Stream)
11. Ryan Dean – To Us a Child of Hope is Born (Download or Stream)
12. Robbie Seay Band – Song of Hope (acoustic) (Download or Stream)
13. Mike (?) – Greensleaves (Download or Stream)
14. Joshua Stamper – Immanuel (Download or Stream)
15. Sleeping at Last – Merry Little Christmas Volume Up (Download or Stream)
16. Over the Rhine – One Olive Jingle (Download or Stream)
Merry Christmas, everyone!
Note: All MP3s will be removed after one week.
My wife and I are taking it easy this Thanksgiving. Normally we drive up to Green Bay to spend the weekend with my parents, but with our weeks being rather crazy lately, I decided we’re just gonna hang out at home and eat some pizzas (cooked on the grill of course).
This change of the normal tradition got me thinking. I think Thanksgiving may have more to offer than just boat loads of pie, turkey, and mashed potatoes. Seriously, the Thanksgiving season is a great time to remember how much God has given us. Even if your life seems sucky, man, we’ve all got a lot to be thankful for. It’s with this in mind that I created a soundtrack for your Thanksgiving holiday (you can thank me later): Life is Good.
I hope you enjoy this Thanksgiving mix!