. . .But, it's still my favourite Christmas carol; I've been trying to find more info on its roots and history; but, so far, not having much luck . . . Wonder what other peeps's favourite carol is; and, which version of "O, Holy Night" one might recommend . . . Does anyone recognise the "singer"; and, if so, are you brave enough to ID 'im?
As for this clip (RT 3:39), its uploader provides the following 411 (so you don't need to dial 9-1-1 or 9-9-9):
The tape has been passed around for years, the singer is unknown. From the web, here is a description: "If you need a good laugh, and I mean 'can't breathe, stomach hurts' belly laugh, listen to the worst rendition of "O, Holy Night" ever. Warning: Put all drinks down and take a few deep breaths first so you don't suffocate from laughter. It starts out as sounding like a merely poor rendition of the song, but just wait."