"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 10/25/08

This week on Ages 3 and Up! we played songs about stars for dreamers:

Various feat Ringo Starr– “Pinnochio Medley (“Desolation Theme”/”When You Wish Upon a Star”)”- v/a Stay Awake: Various Interpretations of Music From Vintage Disney Films
Sun Ra– “Nebulae”- Heliocentric Worlds vol 1&2
Langston Hughes– “Dreams”- v/a Smithsonian Folkways Children’s Music Collection
Central Services Board of Education– “Beverly the Village Misfit”- s/t (forthcoming)
Renee and Jeremy– “Shooralayhoo”- It’s A Big World
Michael Hearst– “Ice Cream Yo!”- Songs For Ice Cream Trucks
Me3– “Thinking Is Fun”- The Thin King
Kimya Dawson– “Happy Home”- Alphabutt
Tom Glazer– “On Top of Spaghetti”- Sings “Honk-Hiss-Tweet-GGGGGGGGGG” and Other Children’s Favorites
Peggy Zeitlin– “Spin Spider Spin”- v/a Fuzzy Felt Folk
Derek Griffiths– “Bod Pinwhistle Theme”- Bod Words and Music
Tom Glazer– “Puddles”- Happy Rhythms and Rhymes
Ken Nordine– “Muddy”- Colors
Elizabeth Mitchell– “Grassy Grass Grass”- You Are My Little Bird
Ivor Cutler Trio– “Mud”- v/a Colours Are Brighter
Jad and David Fair– “Frankenstein”- Monster Songs For Children
Eban Schletter– “Zombie Man”- Witching Hour
Snowmonster!- “Halloween 2008 Witches and…”- posted on MySpace
Eban Schletter– “Dance of the Skeletons”- Witching Hour
Camille St Saen– “Fossils”- Carnival of the Animals
Recess Monkey– “Under My Bed”- Tabby Road
Dean Jones– “Wheelin’ and Dealin'”- Nappers Delight

We also played songs about mud and MORE Halloween tunes. New to Ages 3 and Up! this week was Renee and Jeremy’s It’s a Big World. They just put out a really nice video for “We Are One,” that you can see by clicking here. Also, strangely coincidentally, we played a couple of songs from Tom Glazer. Unbeknownst to me, Smithsonian Folkways recordings issued a collection of his work last Tuesday, entitled Sings “Honk-Hiss-Tweet-GGGGGGGGGG” and Other Children’s Favorites, pictured above. I’ve not yet heard it, but it should be good. Spooky!

And, speaking of spookiness, Happy Halloween!!!

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