The album opens:
"This record contains three songs by my father, James Cavett in 1970. The first is a ballad called "Jocular Jordans" and relates episodes from the history of the village. Every year from it's inception in 1919 an annual supper has been held by the curent members. verses of Jocular Jordans were sung at these suppers by my father in the name of the village bard. Each year for many years a new verse was added, recording some event of note. This version of Jocular Jordans contains the most important verses."
The second song it set to the tune of "Rule Britainia" and is called "Good old Jordans." The third introduced by my father, but composed by another Jordan's worthy Henry Dalton and is set to "Auld Lang Syne."
But I could be wrong. there's a Village of Jordan in New York State and another just across the border into Canada from Buffalo, NY. But with the accents, and the Monty Python Connection... I'm leaning UK, because I think he says "Village of Jordans" referring to the one in Buckinghamshire. Weirdly this happens to be the current hometown of Ozzy Osbourne.