Knights of the Pain Table

A Camelot for Sufferers of Chronic Pain

Susan Boyle Doth Sing Silent Night for All in Camelot

| December 24, 2009

Silent Night Silent night, holy night All is calm, all is bright Round yon Virgin Mother and Child Holy Infant so tender and mild Sleep in heavenly peace Sleep in heavenly peace With bowed iron heads the Knights of the Pain Table kneel with gratitude to be here on this Holy Night.   Suffering leadeth us […]

Oíche Chiún (Silent Night ) – Enya Doth Sing the Perfect Silent Night – Mild and Gentle

| December 22, 2007

Oíche Chiún – Silent Night Under the brilliance of the sacred Star the Blessed Child doth lay in the Manger.  The night was still.    When one listens to the words of Silent Night it is as if a Blessed Angel is singing these words. Perhaps that is why when I first heard Enya sing this […]

The Story of Silent Night Doth Begin in Austria with Father Josef Mohr – A Story for Thee

| December 22, 2007

 Silent Night   The young priest was worried.   Within 24 hours he was supposed to lead a Christmas Eve service, but he had no music.   The Salzach River that flowed near the village church of Oberndorf, Austria, caused chronic moisture which had rusted the pipe organ.    Without the organ there would be no music.    And […]

Thou art Loved, Sir Paul Potts – Thou Singeth for thy Queen at the Royal Variety Show

| December 14, 2007

 Sir Paul Potts As a bright aurora show, thou appeared amidst great talent at the Liverpool Empire Theatre as part of your prize for conquering “Britain’s Got Talent”.      Thou didst perform for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh at the 79th Royal Variety Performance on the third day […]