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Christmas Spirit - All I want For Christmas is my Two Front Teeth

    This clip is from 1986, Al Albert's Showcase based in Philadelphia. It was a talent show for local kids.

    If the name Al Albert rings a bell, you are probably a bit older than the average reader demographic of BCN. Al was a member of the The Four Aces singing group. Their biggest hit was "Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing". It won an Academy Award in 1955.

    Spike Jones and his City Slickers sang the song in 1948 in their act, but it was ready made for a child's version which is below.

    Melissa Lynn sings... All I Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth - Al Alberts Showcase - originally recorded: 12/01/1986

     Complements of BCN Video Search here is the link.

    Here are the Original Four Aces singing "Love is a Many Splendored Thing".

    This was obviously a nostalgia tour but it appears they had not lost their voice.
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