Friday, December 22, 2017

Advent Calendar Day 22 MUSIC

Cold enough for you? ;-)

Today we have another selection from The Browne Sisters and George Cavanaugh's now out-of-print Christmas Traveler album for your holiday playlist.

This is called "Carol From an Irish Cabin," and as before, you just click here and the song will immediately begin to play. You should be able to download it too.

Carol From an Irish Cabin

The cold wind blows over the heather 
The salt wind blows over the sea 
The harsh wind blows down from the mountains 
And blows a white Christmas to me.

The clean snow falls softly, falls softly 
The snow crystals cover the moor 
Let wanderers lost and grown weary 
Find welcome at my cabin door. 

So let there be no fear of darkness. 
And let there be no fear of sea 
Let the star guide the lost and forsaken 
Safe over the moorlands to me.


  1. Beautiful. So beautiful. Both the singing and the lyrics. This performance found its way straight to my heart and soul.

    Thank you so much for sharing The Browne Sisters and George Cavanaugh's Christmas songs with us this year, dear Josh. I've been trying to hunt this CD down on internet for a few years now, never succeeding in finding it. So... THANK YOU.

  2. What a beautiful song. I love their sounds. Thanks for that and the poem.

  3. I absolutely love the harmonies. You would think you guys have been singing together your whole lives. :)

  4. What a lovely Christmas present, Josh. Thank you! <3 (What beautiful voices)

  5. The harmony is truly impeccable. And I love the song as well. Thanks, Josh! ^_^

  6. So, so lovely! Thank you for sharing this with us. I wish the album was still available. *joins Johanna in the hunt*

  7. one of my favorite winter songs. Thanks for sharing this out of print gem.

  8. Thanks for sharing this lovely, lovely recording with us.