This week on Ages 3 and Up!, we played songs in honor of Black History Month, some swell songs about riding in cars- including one by Woody Guthrie and another by Aaron Nigel Smith, LOVED the album pictured above, played some fantastic hip hop for kids, featuring a new song from 3 Titans and played a little more jazz (’cause we didn’t get enough last week).
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Key Wilde & Mr. Clarke– “Rise and Shine”- Rise and Shine
Burl Ives– “Where Have You Been?”- Sings Little White Duck and Other Children’s Favorites
Ella Jenkins– “I Woke Up This Morning”- We Are America’s Children
Langston Hughes– “Dreams” and “Youth”- v/a Smithsonian Folkways Children’s Collection
Nashville Quartet– “Your Dog Loves My Dog”- v/a Sing for Freedom: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement Through Its Songs
Sweet Honey in the Rock– “Freedom Train”- I Got Shoes
The Deedle Deedle Dees– “Henry Box Brown”- Freedom in a Box
Woody Guthrie– “Riding in my Car”- Nursery Days
Bunny Clogs– “Are We There Yet?”- More! More! More!
Aaron Nigel Smith– “In the Car”- Everyone Loves to Dance!
The Nursery Brass– “I’m a Little Teapot”- Kiddie Pops Tijuana Style
The Roots– “Lovely, Love My Family”- v/a Yo Gabba Gabba: Music is Awesome!
Sarah Lee Guthrie & Family– “Go Waggaloo”- Go Waggaloo
The Submarines– “My Darling Clementine”- v/a For the Kids Three
Secret Agent 23 Skiddoo– “Luck”- Easy
3 Titans– “The Life of a Scholar”- College/The Life of a Scholar 7″
Ruckus Roboticus– “Taking Turns”- Playing With Scratches
Coal Train Railroad– “It’s Hard to Listen”- Coal Train Railroad
Louis Armstrong– “Ten Feet Off the Ground”- v/a Nicky’s Jazz for Kids