Complete your Santa Claus And The Christmas Trees collection. Singalong-A-Santa (Medley). We Wish You A Merry Christmas. Rudolf The Red Nose Reindeer. Ding Dong Merrily On High. I'm Dreamin' Of A White Christmas. Good King Wenceslas. Oh Come All Ye Faithful. Santa Claus And His Hoochie Coochie Men.
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Santa Claus And The Christmas Trees. Arranged By, Producer – Dennis MundayWritten-By – Trad. Aa. – We Wish You A Merry Christmas. Side A A1 Singalong A Santa Again (Medley) Side A A2 Singalong A Santa (Medley) Side B B1 Blues For Father Christmas Side B B2 The Goblin Party, Jolly Old Santa.
The first jolly medley of Christmas tunes managed to reach in the UK single chart during December 1982. However, just when you thought it was safe to go back into the Top Of The Pops studio, the following year this bunch had another hit with Singalong-A-Santa Again. This time reaching Fortunately, that was the last we saw of this lot! Actually, it's quite surprising how many Christmas tunes there were in the 80s that never get played anymore
Holly leaves and Christmas trees. Merry Christmas baby. Elvis Presley Elvis’ Christmas album. Santa Claus is back in town. Here comes Santa Claus. Jackson 5 Christmas album. Have yourself a merry little Christmas. Santa Claus is coming to town. Christmas sing-along. Another lonely Christmas. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers A very special Christmas, vol. 2. Christmas all over again. Toni Braxton Snowflakes.
Santa Claus is described as a big-bellied man with a white beard and a pair of glasses. He is considered as a jolly man that dons a red coat lined with white fur. Father Christmas has a British origin and is a figure that was originally associated with Christmas during the 15th Century. In today’s world, Father Christmas and Santa Claus have been merged together. Santa Claus has become an icon that is often used to represent Christmas. However, Santa Claus wasn’t always Santa. He was originally a Priest named Saint Nikolas. The Priest was a man who liked to do good deeds and help the poor and needy. The current Santa is a variation of this man. Santa Claus and Father Christmas are now considered as the same person, although originally they were different people. Santa Claus is described as a big-bellied man with a white beard and a pair of glasses.
A Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town was written by American musicians John Coots and Haven Gillespie in 1933. During the following year, it was released on record and performed live on a radio show by comedian Eddie Cantor, who interestingly had to be convinced to do so by his wife. Cantor’s rendition proved to be so popular that within 24 hours of the broadcast, Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town sold over.
Santa Claus is a traditional, secular figure of Christmas good cheer who is the best known (at least in modern times) mascot of Christmas, developed in the United States as an amalgam of the story of St. Nicholas and various other seasonal folk heroes, with many aspects provided by the classic poem A Visit From St. Nicholas