"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 11/8/08

This week on Ages 3 and Up! we played:

Lullatone– “Goodnight Train”- The Bedtime Beat

Suzanne Osborne– “Morningtown Ride”- v/a Songs For The Young at Heart
Tom Glazer– “Down by the Station”- Sings Honk-Hiss-Tweet-GGGGGG and Other Children’sFavorites
Burl Ives– “The Little Engine that Could”- A Twinkle In Your Eye
Kira Willey– “Caterpillar”- Dance For The Sun
The Harmonica Pocket– “Spiders In My Breakfast”- Ladybug One
The Smoking Popes– “Pure Imagination”- Destination Failure
Cast of Sesame Street– “Imagination”- Songs From The Street: 35 Years of Music
Me3– “The Thin King”- The Thin King
Robbert Bobbert and the Bubble Machine– “We R Superheroes”- Robbert Bobbert and the Bubble Machine (forthcoming)
Renee and Jeremy– “It’s A Big World”- It’s A Big World
Little Miss Ann– “Stand Up”- Clap For Love
Crosby Stills Nash Young– “Teach Your Children”- So Far
The Shaggs– “Philosophy of the World”- Philosophy of the World
Kimya Dawson– “I Like Bears”- Alphabutt
Brian Vogan– “The Listening Song”- Little Songs
Dan Zanes– “Jump Up”- Family Dance
Claude Vasori– “Folk Guitar”- v/a Fuzzy Felt Folk
Dean Jones– “Hermit Crab”- Napper’s Delight

Songs about trains, we were finally able to play Kira Willey’s oft requested “Caterpillar” song, songs about using your imagination and songs about standing up for what you believe in. We featured new music from The Harmonica Pocket and Little Miss Ann.

The Harmonica Pocket’s Ladybug One is offically my favorite release of 2008! It is, in fact, so good that I have trouble finding words to describe it.
That’s all…. that’s my review.
Not really…Okay. So, at times it features a song about bioluminescense, infectious pop about curious spiders, a song about a tree that won’t be cut down (ironically, featuring a singing saw), a Southern American folk song backed by sitar and tablas, a Hindi lullaby, a gorgeous song about the moon- sung partially in Spanish, and a number of other fantastic instrumentals. I’m totally picky, and LOVE this album.
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