Elton John is so much more than 'Step Into Christmas' when it comes to his festive output. Well, not really but his Christmas self does go beyond that combustible Phil Spectoresque number. The evidence of this can be found on a recently released repackaging of his most revered album 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road' (the 40th anniversary edition) which comes in 3 different packages. The Super Deluxe Edition (with 4 CD's and a DVD) contains his 1973 Christmas single, however, and its little known b-side 'Ho, Ho, Ho (Who'd Be a Turkey at Christmas)'. The latter should really have become a family favourite such is its happy disposition and sing-along chorus. But then 1973 was a bit of a bumper year for Christmas records with both Slade and Wizzard unleashing their Christmas standards to the sound of the ecstatic cheers of a billion tinsel covered Christmas music fans.