PTSB Christmas EP 2013

by The Post-Timey String Band

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Last year we recorded the two songs we played at Christmas at Red Bank 2012. We made them to give to Kelley's cousin (Punch) so he could learn a pump organ part. Sean recently re-found the tracks so we re-mixed/mastered them and now we give them to you! There's also a little interlude in between them that Sean cooked up. Check out individual tracks for lyrics and more info on each track.

We hope you enjoy it and have a Merry Christmas!

- Kelley and Sean

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released December 14, 2013

Kelley Mclachlan - Vocals, Guitar
Sean Thomson - Banjo, Guitar, Telephone

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The Post-Timey String Band Columbia, South Carolina

With a good mixture of quirky and serious, The Post-Timey String Band produce an interesting blend of folk, ragtime, and blues that hails influence from the old and the new. Kelley creates the picture with her vocals/kazoo/mouth trumpet and keeps everything in beat with her rhythm guitar, uke, and banjo while Sean colors everything in with an assortment of stringed instruments. ... more

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Track Name: Joy to the World
Joy to the world, the Lord has come
Let earth receive her King
Let every heart prepare Him room
And heaven and nature sing
And heaven and nature sing
And heaven and heaven and nature sing

Joy to the world, the Savior reigns
Let men their songs employ
While fields and floods, rocks, hills and plains
Repeat the sounding joy
Repeat the sounding joy
Repeat, repeat the sounding joy

He rules the world with truth and grace
And makes the nations prove
The glories of His righteousness
And wonders of His love
And wonders of His love
And wonders, wonders of His love
Track Name: Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming
Lo, how a Rose e’er bloom-ing
From ten-der stem hath sprung
Of Jesse’s lin-eage com-ing, as
Those of old have sung
It came, a floweret bright,
Amid the cold of win-ter,
When half spent was the night

Isaiah ‘twas foretold it,
The Rose I have in mind;
And so then we behold it,
The virgin mother kind
To show God’s love aright
She bore to men a Savior,
When half spent was the night