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Mele Kalikimaka
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Christmas Island
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Ho Ho Ho And A Bottle Of Rhum
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Jingle Bells
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Sailor's Christmas
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Merry Christmas, Alabama (Never Far From Home)
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Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
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Run Rudolph Run
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I'll Be Home For Christmas
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Christmas In The Carribean
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When Parrotheads Sing ‘Who’s A Pretty Holly’

The much loved music star Jimmy Buffett has shown longevity in an industry that more often than not burns out performers before too long. He and his Coral Reefer band may not have been a consistent presence in the charts but they continue to unveil new works (extending to over 30 albums at this stage) many years after his most well-known track ‘Margaritaville’ was recorded. And with a birthday falling on December 25th it’s no wonder that the maker of tropical anthems saw fit to offer a substantial contribution to the season of goodwill. A single from 1985 called ‘Christmas In The Caribbean’ was the first to arrive and was bathed in a good time vibe, slightly reggae in nature and just the perfect soundtrack for those who live in slightly warmer climes come December time.

‘Christmas In The Caribbean’ would appear again on Buffett’s 1992 compilation ‘Boats, Beaches, Bars & Ballads’ but it would not be until 1996 that King Parrott’s full length Christmas album landed. 'Christmas Island' contained a scattering of new tracks written by the man himself as well as his imaginative reworking of perennials such as ‘I’ll Be Home For Christmas’, ‘Run Rudolph Run’ and ‘Up On The Housetop’. Lyle Moraine’s ‘Christmas Island’ was tailor-made for Buffett (as was Robert Alexander Anderson’s ‘Mele Kalikimaka’) given its already laidback nature and it became the wonderful opening track that set the tone for what followed on ‘Christmas Island’. Of the originals the wholesome and slightly melancholy ‘Merry Christmas, Alabama (Never Far from Home)’ steals the show and acts a fine counterpoint to the otherwise rip-roaring jollity to be found elsewhere on the album.

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