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Stan and Doug Yust Go Nuts at Christmas

Stan Boreson and Doug Setterberg Audio CD
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  • Label: Christmas Music
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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13 tracks of Christmas novelty music that just have to be heard to be believed!

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5.0 out of 5 stars NW Christmas Classic December 1, 2009
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This is the editorial review for the tape version of this recording:

A holiday classic! You'll hear the title song and 11 other hilarious holiday gems, all sung in the unique broken-English style of Stan Boreson and Doug Setterberg. Songs Include:
Christmas Goose (Snowbird) ~
All I Want For Christmas (Is My Upper Plate) ~J
olly Old Saint Nicholas ~The Christmas Party ~
Yingle Bells, Yingle Bells (Jingle Bells) ~
Ragnar The Flat-Nosed Reindeer (Rudolf The Red-Nose Reindeer) ~
Uncle Sven is Coming to Town (Santa Claus is Coming to Town) ~
I Yust Go Nuts At Christmas ~
Where To Go, Where To Go, Where To Go (Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow) ~
Ho, Ho, Ho, Don't Ever Go ~Christmas Medley ~
I Was Santa Claus At The Schoolhouse (For The PTA) ~
I've Had A Very Merry Christmas

If you are from Ballard and environs (Seattle) Scandanavian, or like humor with your Christmas music, I can't recomend this enough. Really. Yust go nuts. You'll thank Stan and Doug.

I imagine the bachelor farmers of Lake Woebegon listening to this on Christmas Eve at the Sons of Knute lodge from a pirate station out of Saint Cloud with libral amounts of Aquavit and herring.
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Comedian Harry Stewart, born October 21, 1908 in Tacoma, Washington, and who alternately recorded and performed as the Swede, Yogi Yorgesson, a character first developed as a crystal ball-gazing Hindu mystic from Stockholm on the Al Pearce radio show from 1934 to 1937, and as Harry Kari & His Six Saki Sippers, would probably have long been forgotten by the 1970s after his tragic death as the result of a car accident at age 48 on May 20, 1956, were it not for the efforts of Dr. Demento and two fellow Washingtonians, Stan Boreson and Doug Setterberg.

For his part, Dr. Demento, born Barret Eugene Hansen in Minneapolis on April 2, 1941, always made sure Stewart's two big 1949 seasonal hits as Yogi Yorgesson with The John Duffy Trio, I Yust Go Nuts At Christmas, a clever parody of The Night Before Christmas (# 5) and its B-side, Yingle Bells (# 7) on Capitol 57-781, and his one as Harry Kari - Yokohama Mama (# 22 in April 1953 on Capitol 2392 b/w Yes Sir, That's My Baby) were played often on his syndicated radio show as well as appearing here and there on his many album salutes to the novelty hits of the past.

The album here by Stan & Doug came out in 1970 on Golden Crest 980192 containing these tracks, not all of which were written by Stewart of course, but they do pay homage to several of his best (shown by a preceding asterisk (*): Christmas Goose (Snowbird); All I Want For Christmas (Is My Upper Plate); Jolly Old Saint Nicholas; *The Christmas Party; *Yingle Bells, Yingle Bells; Ragnar, The Flat-Nosed Reindeer (Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer); *Uncle Sven Is Coming To Town (Santa Claus Is Coming To Town); *I Yust Go Nuts At Christmas; Where To Go, Where To Go, Where To Go (Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
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