Peter Atwill With The Wiltshire Gospel Singers - Sings.... For Christmas album flac
Title: Sings.... For Christmas
MP3 album: 1797 mb
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Genre: Pop / Classical / Folk and Country
The Wiltshire Gospel Singers. Members: Andrew Stone (9), Phil Kilminster.
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|A1||Joy To The World|
|A2||O Little Town Of Bethlehem|
|A3||What Child Is This|
|A4||Not Just A Babe|
|A5||Away In A Manger|
|A6||In The Bleak Midwinter|
|A7||O Holy Night|
|A8||See Him Lying On A Bed|
|B1||O Come All Ye Faithful|
|B2||The Coventry Lullaby|
|B3||We Three Kings|
|B4||It Came Upon The Midnight|
|B5||Hark The Herald Angels Sing|
|B6||See Amid The Winters Snow|
- Recorded At – The Music Workshop, Potterne, Wiltshire
- Guitar [Additional] – Peter Lamb
- Performer – Georgia Braidforth
- Vocals – Andrew Stone , Phil Kilminster