It’s December 1st. Josh T. Pearson, the man responsible for Last of The Country Gentleman – one of the strongest and starkest folk albums of the year – has shared with us his take on the traditional “O Holy Night.” Pearson’s rendition, much like his own music, finds the dark troubadour stretching out (just over 8 minutes) sounding not unlike the late John Fahey. The holidays are here, indeed.

MP3: Josh T. Pearson :: O Holy Night
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6 Responses to “Josh T. Pearson :: O Holy Night”

  1. […] original article: Josh T. Pearson :: O Holy Night Tags holiday, josh t. pearson « Institutionalised sexism at The Guardian | The […]

  2. Does this second Christmas music related post in a row indicate some impending mix or series? (He asked hopefully…)

  3. […] was right in the world, would have been nominated for a Grammy last night. It’s courtesy of Aquarium Drunkard (at least that’s where I found it). The second song is from WXPN favorite and Philly native […]

  4. […] Time is Here,” Texas troubadour Josh T. Pearson‘s traditional take on “O Holy Night” and The Flaming Lips‘ par-for-the-trippy-course, “Atlas Eets Christmas: Infinite […]

  5. this is my favorite christmas hymn. thanks dudes.

  6. […] of The Country Gentlemen.”  You can check Pearson’s O Holy Night below or go over to Aquarium Drunkard and stream/download Pearson’s fine iteration.  […]

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