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OT: Looking for an English Xmas carol

Poster: James Gilly / Alasdair mac Iain <alasdair.maciain@snet.net>

Back in December of '95, whilst driving homewards through New Jersey, I
heard an interesting Xmas carol on the radio.  As I recall, the announcer
said that it had been recorded "live" in a pub somewhere in England
(Yorkshire, I think).  The only line I can remember clearly was a reference
to the arrival of "Santa Claus' man, Kris Kringle, and the Christmas tree."

Is anyone (Elysant? Havelyard?) familiar with this song?  And if so, do you
know where I can get a recording of it?

Alasdair mac Iain

Laird Alasdair mac Iain of Elderslie
Dun an Leomhain Bhig
Canton of Dragon's Aerie [southeastern CT]
Barony Beyond the Mountain  [northern & southeastern CT]
East Kingdom
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