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Audio CD, October 21, 1997
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1. A Party For Santa Claus - Lord Nelson
2. Jesus Christ - Big Star
3. Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer - Arthur Lyman
4. The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting...) - Jerry Jeff Walker
5. Little Cajun Drummer Boy - Evan Johns & His H-Bombs
6. Carless Santa - Mono Puff
7. Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town - Joseph Spence
8. Amazing Grace - Kristin Hersh
9. Here We Come A-Wassailing - Manzanera & MacKay Present The Players
10. Bring A Torch Jeannette Isabella - Ethan James
11. Bethlehem, Bethlehem - Marta Sebestyen
12. God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen - The American Boy Choir

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Christmas Coll ~ Xmas Marks The Spot


You'll get a joyful sort of jetlag after flying through this sleigh load of diverse Christmas songs! Xmas Marks the Spot moves from the Calypso world of Tobago via Lord Nelson's humorous "A Party for Santa Claus" to Hungary with Marta Sebestyen's sweet "Bethlehem, Bethlehem" and onto American soul with Big Star's cult classic "Jesus Christ" and Evan Johns & His H-Bombs' rockin' "Little Cajun Drummer Boy." Then there's alt-rock songbird Kristin Hersh, the American Boys Choir, Ethan James's hurdy-gurdy, Arthur Lyman's vibraphone, and perhaps one of the screwiest versions ever recorded of "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town," muttered with winning sincerity by Bahamian Joseph Spence. A classic! Get two and pass one on to a friend whose tastes cross many borders. --Martin Keller

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