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Donkey and Me

by Christmas the Band

The music is a blend of traditional and new Christmas and other music in a Rock, Jazz, Progressive Rock style.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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A musical version of The Nativity as seen through the eyes of Joseph.
Alec Fuhrman - Guitar
Rob Fordyce - Bass Guitar
Charles Tapp - Drums, Keyboards, Vocals

I went on a journey, was time for a count
And so we did travel, e'er hill and on mount
I went with my betroved, and baby to be
We loaded them up, my donkey and me

We got to the city, no room in the inn
Except for a stable, adventure begins
She did find a manger, beloved Mary
Lambies and oxen, my donkey and me

A boy is born, a little baby boy
Emmanuel light of the world, light of the world

The Shephards all greeting, The Angels did sing
And those from The East, presents did bring
One little baby, a man and a king
We are so happy my donkey and me
We are so happy my donkey and me

A boy is born, a little baby boy
Emmanuel light of the world, light of the world

Light of the world, light of the world

Time to move on now and get away
Herrod is looming at us today
We went by Egypt, us Nazerines
Back to my wood work, my donkey and me

A boy is born, a little baby boy
Emmanuel light of the world, light of the world

A boy is born, a little baby boy
Emmanuel light of the world, light of the world

© 2019 Rudolf Music

Christmas the band began in Seattle Washington in 1977. The first live concert was a benefit for the Children’s Orthopedic Hospital at the Bellevue Community College in December of 1978. The line up was Bruce Hazen Guitar, Bass, Pedals and Vocals, Mark Robertson Keyboards and Vocals and Charles Tapp Drums and Vocals. The group played several concerts in the Seattle area as well as a live radio show on KZOK FM in 1979.

This century a CD of that 1979 broadcast was released by Rudolf Music in 2003 and is available at iTunes, Amazon and CD Baby along with more CD’s by the band: Oh Christmas Tree - 2007, 3 Ships - 2009, Silent Night, - 2010 and Linus And Lucy Freeway Jam - 2013. There is also a Free Christmas CD at the Rudolf Music website available for download that contains songs from each. The music is a blend of traditional and new Christmas and other music in a Rock, Jazz, Progressive Rock style.

Pavlov's Demo recorded in 1979 at Pavlov's Dog's studio in West Seattle Washington with Jeff Pilson on Bass, Guitar, Pedals and Vocals along with Mark Robertson Keyboards and Vocals and Charles Tapp Drums and Vocals was released in 2014 along with a new single entitled Love One Another. Christmas the band played a live benefit concert for the Redwood Empire Food Bank this decade twice in Santa Rosa, California. The lineup was Alec Fuhrman Guitar and Vocals, Peter Penhallow Keyboards, Rob Fordyce Bass and Vocals, and Charles Tapp Drums and Vocals. This group of musicians has a deep history in this genre of music and have known each other for many years living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Alec Fuhrman played with Rob Fordyce and Mark Robertson in the Progressive Rock Band Cairo. Peter Penhallow played with Charles Tapp, John Harrison and Andy West in the Progressive Rock Band Timmy. New in 2016 was an instrumental version of The Hallelujah Chorus that is included in a new full length CD released in November 2017 entitled One World Love One Another.

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