"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 3/28/09

Here at Ages 3 and Up!, it’s no secret that we like to play music by kids as much as we like playing music for kids. So, since THIS record came up several times in conversation this week, we started the show with it. Homeschooled: The ABC’s of Kid Soul features kids who made music in the late 60’s and early 70’s with the aspiration of becoming the next Jackson 5. It is one of my favorite records and features heartfelt songs about not wanting your mama to go away, super fun songs about dancin’ and lots of puppy love. SO worth checking out…

This week:

Little Murray and the Mantics– “Don’t Leave Me Mama”- v/a Homeschooled: The ABC’s of Kid Soul
The Little Monsters– “Express Yourself”- Soulville
Jackson 5– “ABC”- The Ultimate Collection
Bob Dorough and Friends– “Interplanet Janet”- The Best of Schoolhouse Rock
Gustafer Yellowgold- “Sunpod”- Mellow Fever
Michael Hearst- “Popsicle Parade”- Songs for Ice Cream Trucks
Caspar Babypants- “Little Broken Truck”- Here I Am!
Sam Hinton- “Whoever Shall Have Some Good Peanuts”- Whoever Shall Have Some Good Peanuts
Tom Glazer– “Honk Hiss Tweet GGGGG”- Sings “Honk Hiss Tweet GGGGG” and Other Children’s Favorites
Robbert Bobbert- “I Love the Animals”- …And the Bubble Machine
Johnny Cash– “Dinosaur Song”- Children’s Album
Music For Aardvarks and Other Mammals- “Modern Art”- Runaround Kid
The Irish Rovers/Shel Silverstein– “The Unicorn”- Best of Shel Silverstein
Frances England– “Spring Has Sprung”- Family Tree
Brian Vogan- “Spring”- Little Songs
Donovan– “I Love My Shirt”- Pied Piper
The Great Lakes Swimmers– “See You On the Moon!”- v/a See You On the Moon!
The Not-It’s– “When I’m Five”- album forthcoming

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