NOEL is LEON spelled backwards, so here is Mr. Redbone (with Dr. John) from the album “Christmas Island.”
Nice list of Christmas Carols organized by language.
Here’s a great title from 1553: “Un Flambeau, Jeannette, Isabelle” (“Bring a Torch, Jennette, Isabelle.”) Basically, two girls are directed to create a fire hazard in a stable, someone bangs on the door to deliver cakes, but there’s a sleeping newborn so everyone better shut up.
The medieval Christmas carol, “Entre le bœuf et l’âne gris” (“Between the Ox and the Grey Ass”) as performed on 10 Theramins.
Q: What’s the oldest Christmas carol?
A: I dunno, but here’s a start.
Every Christmas Tree needs a Jingle Pug.
(That one’s for you Ms. Oops.)
The missus showed me a coupon that included a turkey stuffing recipe using White Castle Sliders yesterday. Wow.
Every rock band has a Christmas song, including The Ramones.
Los Angeles Ex-Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, aka Tony Villar, grunts “Jingle Bells” [via The John and Ken Show AM640KFI].
Pah-Rumpa-Pum-Pum indeed. This is the best version ever.
Ever hear anyone say, “Now, bring us some figgy pudding?” Neither have I, but if someone does, this is what you gotta do.