Thursday, December 4, 2008

San Bernardino Valley College - The Magic Of Christmas - 1970

Ever since hearing the The Langley School Project I've kept my eyes open for interesting albums from schools and colleges or any sort of local choral music for that matter. Sometime you'll find local firemen or other organizations put together records. Since I live in Southern California I tend to come across Southern California records. This is from San Bernadino Valley College and is pretty traditional. For what they are trying to do, they do a pretty good job. Production is okay and can set the mood for Christmas. This is more for a nice quiet evening at home where you have just the Christmas lights on. It's not a get up and dance affair at all. Still there is a time and a place for this record and I think you may enjoy its sincerity.


01 Hark The Herald Angels Sing.mp3
02 Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming.mp3
03 How Bright Appears The Morning.mp3
04 What Child Is This (Greensleeves).mp3
05 Ding, Dong Merrily On High.mp3
06 My Soul Doth Magnify.mp3
07 The Lord (Magnificat).mp3
08 Silent Night.mp3
09 We Wish You A Merry Christmas.mp3
10 Sleep, Sleep My Little Child.mp3
11 Unto Us a Boy I Born.mp3
12 My Dancing Day.mp3
13 Good News.mp3
14 O Jesu Sweet, O Jesu Mild.mp3
15 Nova, Nova Ave Fit Ex Eva.mp3

San Bernardino Community


Matracas said...

Hey Spencer:

Any chance that you have the JOe Dolce Christmas? Or at least the singe "Jingle Bell Rock" by Joe Dolce? I have been looking all over for this for years and have not found much out there (and the few I've found are extreamly expenseve).

Let me know.

Spencer said...

Sorry. Doesn't sound familiar.