"The place where three really IS a magic number!" A radio program for kids and families that airs Saturdays from 9-10 AM EST on WRFL, 88.1 FM in Lexington KY.

Playlist 4/5/08

It’s Spring and it’s GORGEOUS in Kentucky!

This week Ages 3 and Up! featured a preview of the WRFL FreeKY Fest kids’ show line-up, congrats to Brooklyn NY’s all-kid bands, music from and inspired by the various artist compilation The Story That the Crow Told Me, the story of Gossamer Wump and some spring related songs. Phwew!

Here’s what got played:

Fan Club Orchestra– “Mika Bubble Song”- v/a Childish Music
Pezhead and the Blipsquad– “Kiss my Neurons”- The Soundtrack to “Plantimal”
Bruce Haack– “Bored of Education”- Dance to the Music
Tiny Masters of Today– “Radio Riot”- Bang Bang Boom Cake
Care Bears on Fire– “8”- I Stole Your Animal
Apples in Stereo– “Liza Jane”- v/a Dimension Mix
Gustafer Yellowgold– “Birds”- Have You Never Been Yellow?
Lisa Loeb and Elizabeth Mitchell– “Free Little Bird”- Catch the Moon
Dan Zanes– “King Kong Kitchie”- Rocket Ship Beach
Four Wanderers– “Animals Coming In”- v/a The Story That the Crow Told Me
Oscar Peterson feat. Clark Terry– “Mumbles”- v/a Jazz for Kids
Frank Morgan w/ Billy Ray– “Gossamer Wump”-Kiddie Records Weekly 2005
Pete Seeger– “All Around the Kitchen”- American Folk, Game and Activity Songs for Children
Kira Willey– “Caterpillar Caterpillar”- v/a Now Hear This
Rolling Stones– “Dandelion”- Through the Past Darkly
Titles highlighted in GREEN will be at the FreeKY Fest, FREE fun for the Fam!
Tune in next Saturday from 8-9 for more FreeKY previews, songs about clocks, cats and more.

Comments on: "Playlist 4/5/08" (2)

  1. I have an agreement with birds (not the easiest thing you ever heard): if I’ll tell the secrets I have learned, they’ll teach me to sing without words.Yay for Gustafer Yellowgold!

  2. Yay!!!I thought about playing some songs with people singing without words to go along with that, but all I could come up with was The Cocteau Twins and Tuvan throat singers…. didn’t really seem to fit. Yay for birds! And yay for The Byrds (been listening to a lot of them, lately)!

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