When it comes to a touch of seasonal rhythm and blues, then there is no better house to turn to than the one at Koko Mojo. Behind the latest Christmas album release is the Mojo Man, who brings his collection of records to this party and offers his “Season’s Greetings”. With twenty-eight songs chosen to keep the listener entertained and those who prefer the dancefloor at this time of the year, then Christmas wouldn’t be the same without a mainly rhythm and blues collection and one complemented with a few straight blues and rock ‘n’ roll numbers. From the entrance that is Johnny Otis, Little Esther & Mel Walker and appropriate beginning ‘Christmas Greetings’, the next that follows is an exciting brew of the well-known and the not so well known. There’s plenty to delight those who prefer a collection that contains artists often less featured when it comes to these compilations and especially Christmas albums. Therefore, step forward excellent turns by Big Bud ‘Snow Man Rock’, Roy Tan & The Combo ‘Happy New Year’, Sugar Chile Robinson ‘Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer’, The Gospel Solotones with ‘Ride In The Chariot’, and Big Tiny Little and song ‘Tiny’s Christmas Melody’. Why, even the Mojo Man himself declares, “I once more had to pick some of my fave Blues, Rhythm & Blues, and Rock & Roll Christmas tunes I haven’t already used the previous years for similar projects in the heat of the warmest summer in ages…” and despite suffering for his “art” under the duress of such heat, the Mojo Man turns this into a truly memorable “Season’s Greetings” with additional help from established artists including Nat King Cole (‘The Christmas Song’), John Lee Hooker (‘Blues For Christmas’), The Platters (‘Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer’), Chubby Checker & Bobby Rydell (‘Jingle Bell Rock’), and Nina Simone (‘Children Go Where I Send You’). Enough said!