One of the oldest Christmas carol's is "Oh Come
All Ye Faithful." Originally composed as "Adeste
Fideles" by English hymnist John Francis Wade,
the translation of the song comes from the Catholic
priest Frederick Oakeley.
Centuries after its composition, we sing the carol
in schools, churches, on street corners etc., and
are filled with a festive glow!
Biggie Irie has blessed us with a Reggae version
of the song that's uptempo with a nice groove and
can be appreciated by all walks of life. At 163 BPM,
it can be a nice way to end your radio show, leaving
listeners on an up-beat tip ... festive!
Broadcasting at 320kbps, catch Biggie Irie with
the classic "Oh Come All Ye Faithful" here: