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> The Court Of A King - Music Video, Christmas Video by 'The Crossing'
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Posted: 25-Nov-2006, 12:23 PM
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We've added a new video to our Celtic Radio TV from The Crossing's "The Court of a King" Christmas album.

This special Christmas Album and DVD is available from GRRRRecords and would make the perfect Christmas addition to your Celtic music collection. The DVD video is wonderfully done and contains all of the makings of a Christmas Classic (Celtic Dancing, Music, Lonely people in a Bar - Its just awesome!).

You can now see the video being played on Celtic Radio TV, but we would suggest the full screen resolution of the purchased DVD. Be sure to visit GRRRRecords for great Celtic music all year long.

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