It is not all about one Christmas compilation from the house of Koko Mojo because the record label has decided to issue another album with the holiday season in mind. As with its recent and unique take on Christmas via the album ‘Let’s Have A Funny Little Christmas’, Koko Mojo’s additional Christmas album release aims to provide a little something different with the album ‘Meet Mrs. Santa Claus’. By featuring female performers of the time, ‘Meet Mrs. Santa Claus’ gives a platform to those female singers who were equally as talented as their male counterparts, but also with a view of what Christmas time could be, and to share this with an audience. Made up of twenty-eight tracks, the rhythms vary from rock ‘n’ roll, early pop music, to rhythm and blues, and songs with a novelty edge. Keeping things traditional as far as the record label is concerned begins with the traditional rhythm and blues of ‘Boogie Woogie Santa Claus’ and sturdy vocals of Mabel Scott. The Del Vetts provide a moment of early 60’s girl-group pop with a request at Christmas of ‘I Want A Boy For Christmas’. It’s a catchy song and one followed by further good vocals, but with a difference, from Pearl Bailey and ‘Jingle Bells Cha-Cha-Cha’, which has combined jazz and Latin American influences. A compilation with a difference as other examples includes fit for a film score of the 50s with its “cute” phrasing and equally pleasant musical accompaniment of Alma Cogan’s ‘Mrs. Santa Claus’, to equally similar in its presentation and overall feel of a song set for the movies of ‘Sleigh Ride’ by The Andrews Sisters. There is an irresistible touch of class from Dina Washington and track ‘Ole Santa’, which is perfect company late in the evening. Loving the moniker and more so the doo-wop sound fuelled by The Nic Nacs and another touch of class ‘Gonna Have A Merry Christmas’ which, along with the majority of the tracks selected for this Christmas album, should be high on everyone’s agenda for those able to celebrate this year’s festival period. A different spin on the Christmas theme from Koko Mojo given the glut of festive albums available with many selecting the same tracks. ‘Meet Mrs. Santa Claus’ is not one of them and will provide a refreshing addition to listeners with a passion for Christmas albums.