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December 24, 2007 in Art, Past | 1 comment
Best Christmas music video. Drifters. Circa 1955, as I recall. That’s Clyde McPhatter behind the white reindeer’s lip-sync. And Bill Pinkney as Santa. Or vice versa. Bonus Elvis link.
CGHill on December 25, 2007 at 1:38 am
You had it right the first time. Incidentally, Pinkney was originally brought in as a tenor, and switched to bass after the fellow originally intended to sing bass had to drop out.
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