"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 10/27/12

We have played this album EVERY Halloween our show has been on the air.  Who knew a funny story about a boggart would become a tradition on a children’s radio program??

Happy Halloween, friends of Ages 3 and Up!  Just popping in (like Samantha on Bewitched) to wish you and yours a safe and festive haunting season.  Whether you’re a ghost, ghoul, goblin, princess or robot, we hope you get the best candy you’ve ever gotten- and a lot of it!

Here’s what we played this week:

  • Clementown/Calef Brown– “Skeleton Flowers”- Polkabats and Octopus Slacks, The Music!
  • Twink– “The Edge of Darkness”- Twink
  • They Might Be Giants– “Sleepwalkers”- No!
  • The Crayonettes– “The Spooky Way Home”- Playing Out
  • The Shaggs– “It’s Halloween”- Philosophy of the World
  • Justin Roberts– “Trick or Treat”- Jungle Gym
  • Ratboy Jr.– “Where Do Monsters Go?”- http://ratboyjr.com
  • Bobby ‘Boris’ Pickett and The Crypt Kickers– “The Monster Mash”- The Original Monster Mash
  • Shel Silverstein– “Monsters I’ve Met”- Best Of Shel Silverstein
  • Raffi– “Five Little Pumpkins”- Singable Songs For The Very Young
  • Brian Vogan– “That’s How A Pumpkin Grows”- Little Songs
  • Todd McHatton– “Perfect Pumpkins”- http://mchatton.com
  • Caspar Babypants– “Got A Little Ghost”- More Please!
  • Frances England– “The Books I Like to Read”- Fascinating Creatures
  • Ralph Bell– “Here We Go”- Great Ghost Stories
  • Rabbit!– “Light Up the Night”- Go For It

And, please enjoy a spooky video from Caspar Babypants.  Happy haunting!

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