The Barlow sisters add a touch of rock to "O Little Town Of Bethlehem," giving it the signature BarlowGirl treatment, making it a a definite new holiday favorite.
You can definitely hear the Christmases of Kathy Troccoli's past in her medley. There is a sweetness that comes through Mahalia Jackson's voice in her delivery of "O Little Town of Bethlehem" that makes it soar.
The bluesy feel combined with her passion and the vocals give this carol what Randy Jackson would call the "it factor. Holy Night! Fernando Ortega 's version of the classic carol is beautifully done, very quiet and personal.
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December - Simon Mayo: - Historical accuracy of the Christmas story - We've got a special guest on the show today, apart from yourself. We're doing this whole thing called the bishop and the actress, and the bishop in question is the Bishop of Durham. Now, over here he's kind of known as a doubting bishop, and he's very controversial. And he's been saying this week in a lot of the papers the fact that the three wise men and the shepherds and the star and all that stuff doesn't really matter, it's a bit of a myth.
"O Little Town of Bethlehem" is a popular Christmas carol. Contents. 1 Words; 2 Music; 3 References; 4 External links. Words. The text was written by. Sing along to O LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM song with our music, lyrics and video. Rector Phillips Brooks () of Philadelphia, wrote the words to O.
What would you say to that? BC: I would say that we have no way of knowing, really, whether it's a myth or not.
I think that's a matter of personal belief, and I don't think it matters very much whether we believe it is true or not. I think as a myth it suggests a larger truth, and as fact it suggests a larger truth, so really it's that larger truth that matters.
SM: So whether it's a historical fact doesn't bother you. BC: It doesn't bother me at all.
I mean, I have no personal way of knowing other than by faith, and my own faith tends to think that it's kind of maybe true or maybe not. I don't really know. I like the idea of it being true, and it kind of appeals to the romantic in me to think that it's true, and so I don't really question it. But obviously I don't have any way to verify that fact.