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A ZZ Top Christmas

Les Chaussettes Noires on Barclay Records

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Another side of Santa

Olga and Tony  “Santa Claus A-Go-Go”

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Squirrel biz

From Canada on ARC Records its “Christmas with the Chippers’!

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Holiday jeer


Stan Freberg   Green Christmas and The Meaning of Christmas  with the Jud Conlon Chorale and Billy May’s Music.   Capitol Records   “Ho Ho Ho there Matthew, I just found this at an antique store in Healdsburg, Ca.  Good buttoned-down cover.  Be sure to read Stan’s anti-commercialism screed on the back.   Merry Christmas!  Nick in Santa Rosa, Ca.”

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A Puerto Rican snowball fight

“La Trifulca”   Horacio Samalot  Empire Records (Mexico)

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Scrooged

Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”  Omnivox Records (France)   Illustration by Chadar

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Santa Claus is a black man

Victor Santos on Actuality Records

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Dasher & Dancer…Harvey & Albert?

Meet Harvey the Hippo and Albert the Alley Cat, just two of Santa’s unheralded helpers.  Over the next few weeks, we’re going to share some of the forgotten ghosts of Christmas past..  We’ll be celebrating records from around the world that show the other side of the holiday and highlighting the non-traditional.  That’s what we do.

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In space no one can hear you ho-ho-ho!

Space Age Santa Claus by Ross Christman with Patty Marie Joy and the Hal Bradley Orchestra   Delhi Records

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I, me, mime

Pantomime   Everywhere It’s Christmas   The Beatles’ fourth Christmas 7″ flexi distributed free to their fans through the fan club.   Recorded November 1966.     Produced by George Martin.   Illustration by Paul McCartney!

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