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Big Christmas Party

The Singing Kettle

Scottish
Singing Kettle

Released: 4th November 2014
Catalogue Number: KOP82CD
Barcode: 5019465082211
Running Time: 48 mins.

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You cannot keep a great idea down, and that's certainly the case with the extremely popular Singing Kettle - the bane of family drivers on family outings everywhere.
This big Christmas party is not just about Rudolph and like Christmas items - it's a great family mix FOR a Christmas party.
Relax and enjoy.

1) Singing Kettle Theme
2) P-A-R-T-Y
3) Over The Irish Sea
4) Music Man
5) Three Of A Kind
6) Little Ducky Duddles
7) Bunny Fou Fou
8) Birthday Wishes
9) Santa’s Reindeer
10) Bonzo Theme
11) Party Games
12) Jingle Bells
13) Ye Cannae Shove Yer Granny
14) There Was An Old Woman
15) Here Comes The Cavalry
16) Jelly Belly
17) Down In The Jungle
18) What’s Inside The Singing Kettle.
You cannot keep a great idea down, and that's certainly the case with the extremely popular Singing Kettle - the bane of family drivers on family outings everywhere.
This big Christmas party is not just about Rudolph and like Christmas items - it's a great family mix FOR a Christmas party.
Relax and enjoy.

Lineup

Anya Scott-Rodgers
Gary Copland
Kevin MacLeod

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