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Playlist 7/17/10


Gosh! We seem to be playing A LOT of new music on Ages 3 and Up! these days. Not that that’s a bad thing… It seems a lot of new music for kids is being produced, so I guess we have more of it to play? Anyway- TONS of new stuff this week. Most of what we played has just been released in the past year, and the REALLY new stuff we played hasn’t been released yet, at all.

REALLY new stuff from Jonathan Coulton, coming from a big deal various artists compilation called Many Hands: Family Music For Haiti. As the name implies, it is a benefit album, for the Hatian Peoples’ Support Project- put out by friends of ours, including Dean Jones from Dog On Fleas and Bill Childs from Spare The Rock, Spoil The Child (another awesome kids’ radio show from Northampton MA). It has lots of the superstars of the kids’ music world playing songs that can’t be found anywhere else, and will be available to the public on August 10th.

More REALLY new stuff from Todd McHatton. His second album, Sundays At The Rocket Park will be available later this week, on July 21st. This album is also pretty incredible. Lightly psychedelic pop for kids- recommended for fans of Gustafer Yellowgold, Dr. Seuss, Yellow Submarine, Syd and Marty Krofft.

EVEN more REALLY new stuff from The Okee Dokee Brothers. Their album, Take It Outside, is an excellent Bluegrass/Americana album. This one will be out August 3rd.

Keep listening to Ages 3 and Up! to hear more great new stuff from these and all the other amazing new albums we’ve recently acquired (and all the amazing old ones, too!). If you’re interested in EVEN more information on the albums we’ve spotlighted above, you might check out our sister show, Pied Piper Radio. All of these albums will be featured there this month!

List:

The Pop Ups– “Subway Train”- Outside Voices
Me3– “Doug the Mole”- The Thin King
Sarah Lee Guthrie & Family– “Go Waggaloo”- Go Waggaloo
Lullatone– “The Bedtime Beatbox”- The Bedtime Beat
PlaySoundz– “Doolittle Computer”- Electronic Music For Children
Duplex!- “Orange Popsicle”- Worser
The Free Design– “Rhonda Go ‘Round”- …Sing For Very Important People
Jonathan Coulton– “The Princess Who Saved Herself”- v/a Many Hands: Family Music For Haiti
Michael Rachap– “Watermelon”- Songeez: Original Music From Readeez
Lennon’s Song– “Summertime”- We Love, We Learn, We Grow
The Mudcakes– “Summertime”- Songs For Little Sleepyheads
Heidi Swedberg and The Sukey Jump Band– “Cricket’s Lullaby”- PLAY!
Todd McHatton– “Green Eleven”- Sundays at the Rocket Park
The Dreyer Family Band– “Glitter”- Family Photograph
Gustafer Yellowgold– “Quite Easily Lost”- Mellow Fever
The Okee Dokee Brothers– “Bluegrass For Breakfast”- Take It Outside

Video:

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Playlist 2/6/10

Welcome back to Ages 3 and Up!
The past few weeks, we’ve started the show with songs from the CD pictured to your left. Michael Rachap put together this WONDERFUL project called Readeez some time ago. It’s a series of DVD’s comprised of animated shorts put to music, designed to encourage reading. Much to my delight (mostly because it’s difficult to play DVD’s on the radio and in my car), he released a CD of the music from Readeez, called Songeez. It and the entire Readeez project are SO worthwhile- definitely check it out!

Michael Rachap– “The Land of I Don’t Know”- Songeez: Original Music From Readeez
Me3– “I Don’t Know”- The Thin King
The Insect Trust– “Glade Song”- Hoboken Saturday Night
Duplex– “That’s How We Make a Sandwich”- Worser
Boogers– “Peanut Butter and Jelly”- Road to Rock
The Not-It’s– “Watch Me Share”- We Are The Not-It’s
Renee and Jeremy– “Share”- C’mon
Lisa Loeb and Elizabeth Mitchell– “Oh Groundhog”- Catch the Moon
Music for Aardvarks and Other Mammals– “Snow Storm”- Lullabies
Logan Whitehurst & The Junior Science Club– “Me & The Snowman”- Goodbye, My 4 Track
Lynn Kleiner– “The Chubby Little Snowman”- In All Kinds of Weather, Children Make Music
Billy Kelly– “S-N-O-W-M-A-N (Snowman!)”- Thank You For Joining the Happy Club
Clementown– “Funky Snowman”- Polkabats and Octopus Slacks: The Music!
Gustafer Yellowgold– “I Jump on Cake”- Wide Wild World
Caspar Babypants– “Light It Up”- More Please!
The Harmonica Pocket– “Bumblebee Lullaby”- Mary Macaroni
John Upchurch and Mark Greenberg– “Hum Drum Bumblebee”- John and Mark’s Children’s Record
Patty Zeitlin and Marcia Berman– “Frogs and Crickets Lullaby”- Spin, Spider, Spin