Saturday, December 31, 2011

Nash Ramblings

Another request, another reshare, this time from 2008. Johnny Nash is perhaps best known in these climes for his hit I Can See Clearly Now, but he enjoyed a longer career than that.  And during that career, he managed to squeeze out this virtually unknown Christmas album.  It's a nice selection of songs, including some rarely-heard items, though the whole thing is too short if you ask me.  But you can't look a gift horse in the mouth, can you?  For the (what is it now, the sixth?) sixth day of Christmas, this is Johnny Nash-Prince Of Peace (JAD JS/1001, Stereo, 1969).

1. We Wish You A Merry Christmas
2. Prince Of Peace
3. Away In A Manger
4. Mary's Little Boy Child
5. The Borning Day
6. The Christmas Song
7. Sweet Little Jesus Boy
8. Medley: Silent Night-Oh Holy Night
9. Go Tell It On The Mountain



Brendony said...

You are too kind sir! Thanks!

groovylounge said...

Sounds very mono to me.

Ernie said...

Wouldn't be the first one I've screwed up. Found a cable that wasn't plugged in all the way a few years back, not sure how many things got recorded that way. I'll add it to the remaster list, but I have to find the record first...