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RM-SNI’m grateful to the folks at Red Mountain Music for permission to post a couple of songs from their album, Silent Night.

Red Mountain specializes in taking old hymns and using contemporary tunes. But with this album they retained the original tunes, but with modern arrangements.

Here are the two songs for you to enjoy, with Ashley Spurling on vocals:

Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent:

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Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus:

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Here’s the full list of tracks:

  1. Silent Night
  2. Joy To The World
  3. What Child Is This?
  4. O Come, All Ye Faithful
  5. Little Drummer Boy
  6. Away In A Manger
  7. Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent
  8. O Come, O Come Emmanuel
  9. Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus

You can purchase and sample all of their albums--either as physical CDs or MP3 downloads--here.


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14 thoughts on “Two Free Christmas Songs from Red Mountain Music”

  1. Since your pointing out free Christmas music here is a whole album our Youth Ministry did. We are not professional in any way but the CD is amazing, IMO http://www.atmospherechurch.com/christmas/

    Hope you enjoy!

  2. Brandon says:

    Thanks for this. Red Mountain version of “Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent” is amazing.

  3. This is THE most amazing version of “Come Thou Long Expected Jesus” I have ever heard.

  4. donsands says:

    Loved those samples. I just posted John Michael Talbot’s version of: “Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence” on my blog, but he leaves off the last verse.
    This was an excellent rendition.

    The other hymn, I sang at church this past Sunday, and it was the first time I had heard it. This too was wonderfully done.

    Thanks.

  5. Tim Webb says:

    As a classical music lover who usually doesn’t care for anything less than 100 years old (I’m not snooty, just honest), I’ve honestly been blown away at how excellent Red Moutain’s music is. I have all of their albums, and they are really worth checking out.

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