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Playlist 5/8/10

This was our Mother’s Day special! We heard all kinds of songs about Moms. And Monkies. We even heard some Moms singing about monkies! New music this week from The Jellydots, Candy Band, The Bramble Jam and Treehouse 10. AND free downloads for Mother’s Day from The Harmonica Pocket and Ralph and Ralph.

Here’s what we played:

Flannery Brothers– “Sleepyhead”- Move Over Lullabies… It’s Time For Wake Up Songs!

Frances England– “Sleepyhead Mommy”- Family Tree
The Harmonica Pocket– “Happy Mother’s Day”- FREE Download
Leadbelly– “Pig Latin Song”- Leadbelly Sings For Children
Michael Rachap– “Love’s Enough”- Songeez: Original Music From Readeez
Lennon’s Song– “We Love, We Learn, We Grow”- We Love, We Learn, We Grow
The Jellydots– “All Of Us”- Jelly Jukebox
Little Murray and the Mantics– “Mama”- v/a Homeschooled: The ABC’s of Kid Soul
Kinderjazz-“Gazooba”- v/a Putumayo Kids Presents: Jazz Playground
Peggy Lee– “A Doodlin’ Song”- v/a Nicky’s Jazz For Kids
Ralph and Ralph– “Kiss Ya Mommy”- FREE Download
Banjos For Babes-“BINGO”- Volume 1: Classic Children’s Songs
Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash– “I’ve Got A Boy and His Name is John”- Johnny Cash Children’s Record
Supernova– “Mommy”- Supernova
Candy Band– “I’m a Monkey”- High Five
Ratboy Jr.- “Banana Stand”- Smorgasbord
The Bramble Jam– “Going to a Party”- Move Your Boots
Treehouse 10– “Hippo Lake”- Bug In A Puddle
Hope you had a GREAT weekend! Remember.. you don’t have to wait until Mother’s Day to hug your mom, you can do it almost anytime!

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