"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 5/24/08

This week on Ages 3 and Up! we played. That’s actually what we do every week on Ages 3 and Up!, ’cause playing is fun. We also listened to music. Here’s what we heard:

The Deedle Deedle Dees– “Play Your Hand”- Freedom in a Box
Glissandro 70– “Voices are Your Best Friends”- v/a See You on the Moon!
Snow Monster!- “Make Your Own Kind of Music”- Ready in Seconds!
Secret Agent 23 Skidoo– “Gotta Be Me”- Easy
Ruckus Roboticus– “A Child’s Introduction to Drums”- Playing With Scratches
Perrey and Kingsley– “Cosmic Ballad”- The In Sound from Way Out
Lisa Loeb– “The Disappointing Pancake”- Camp Lisa
Johnny Cash– “Dinosaur Song”- The Johnny Cash Children’s Album
Jon Rauhouse & Andy Hopkins– “Three Little Fishes”- v/a The Bottle Let Me Down: Songs for Bumpy Wagon Rides
Frances England– “Up a Tree”- Family Tree
Duplex– “Lookit Me”- Ablum
Derek Bailey, Fred Frith, Sonny Sharrock, John Zorn, Bill Laswell, Charles Noyes– “untitled first track”- Improvised Music New York 1981
The Free Design– “Little Cowboy”- Sing for Very Important People
Michael Hearst– “Ice Cream!”- Songs for Ice Cream Trucks
Robert Forster– “Uncle Sigmunds Clockwork Storybook”- v/a Songs for the Young at Heart
Rockabye Baby!- “Wouldn’t It Be Nice”-Lullaby Renditions of the Beach Boys
Bob Dorough– “Three is a Magic Number”- Best of School House Rock
They Might Be Giants– “Rolling O”- Here Come the ABC’s

It seems there was a lot of new music this week, including new releases from Snow Monster! , Secret Agent 23 Skidoo, Lisa Loeb and Frances England. As well, we heard from Michael Hearst’s Songs for Ice Cream Trucks, an entire album of music written for use by ice cream trucks, and Rockabye Baby!‘s Lullaby Renditions of the Beach Boys. And, as if that weren’t enough, we heard a tiny bit of avant garde- because it’s good for us to try new things!

Be sure to catch one of The Deedle Deedle Dees’ performances at the Lexington Public Library, June 3rd and 4th. Click here for a schedule! And check out Ulysses S. Dee’s blog for interesting reading.

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