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    This article was written on 19 Dec 2013, and is filled under 1930s, 1950s, 1960's, Alternative Christmas, Bluegrass, Christmas, Comedy, Eclectic, Electronic, Exotica, Funk, Indian, Psychedelic, Rockabilly, Soul, Star Wars.

    yule mole’s selection box


     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    a delightful mix of rare and unusual Christmas sounds, featuring instruments ancient and new playing melodies both rare and familiar. come on and sit down, make yourself comfortable

    from heaven to earth – douglas leedy

    Christmas time – the qualities

    silent night – saw lady

    I’m gonna spend my Christmas with a dalek – go-gos

    Christmas is near – Stanley brothers

    in the bleak midwinter – bowed psaltery

    riu chiu chiu – the monkees

    merry Christmas to you – asha and kishor

    santa claus rock and roll – Kathy and jimmy zee

    alans Christmas card – magic carpet

    outer space santa – lennon sisters

    angels from the realm of glory – he 5

    hey santa claus – the moonglows

    Christmas gone funky – jimmy jules

    life day anthem – princess leia

    a childs Christmas in wales – nico

    the little boy that santa claus forget- jimmy ray and the southern serenaders

    come back Christmas – allen ginsberg

     

     

     

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