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Old 31st January 2012, 09:51 PM   #11
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My son always liked the Animaniacs. He also liked Lynyrd Skynyrd. Go figure.
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Old 1st February 2012, 12:02 AM   #12
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Not sure I can post youtube links but here we go:
Roger Whittaker - Yellow Bird - YouTube

Lovely song for babies and young kids.
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Old 1st February 2012, 12:20 AM   #13
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As a kid and on long car journeys I remember enjoying Sting, the Eurythmics, Queen, the Travelling Wilbury's and various jazz albums by Martin Taylor. That and the audio books of Road Dahl I didn't care so much for any of the classical stuff they put on though...bloody Lindsay String Quartet and Schubert's Death and the Maiden, I always got really annoyed when that was put on because it was so boring, I wanted stuff I could sing along to
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Old 1st February 2012, 01:32 AM   #14
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Hi Jeff,
My suggestion is "The Wonky Donkey" by Craig Smith/book illustrated by Kat Cowley
My (now) 6 and 4 year olds loved it!
My sister got it for my youngest for her 3rd birthday I think.
It was great fun listening to it and reading through the book with them!
Apparently New Zealand children's song of the year in 2008.
Of course they go through things so quickly at this age I haven't listened to it for a little while now.
Cheers,
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Old 17th February 2012, 01:55 PM   #15
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I grew up listening to Nirvana, Santana, Dire Straits, Paul Weller and others.

As I play(ed) these near-constantly, my parents (who had introduced me to such music) have found they don't enjoy such music so much now.

Be careful.

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Old 17th February 2012, 08:25 PM   #16
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The Curious George soundtrack from Jack Johnson is good. I even like it.

http://www.amazon.com/Sing---Longs-L...9513842&sr=1-5
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Though I've never attended, I know Troutfishing In America was doing tours which included a matinee kid-friendly show and a night show for the adults. Their songs often include some comically entertaining imagery.
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My daughter (19 now) loved this song from an Anne Murray cd for kids when she was a little smidge

Animal Crackers by Anne Murray - YouTube
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Old 18th February 2012, 05:57 PM   #19
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Led Zeppeling - Whole Lotta Love ofcourse

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Default Ross Sutter - Mama Will You Buy Me a Banana

1 Mama Will You Buy Me a Banana
2 Dance to Your Daddy/linkum Doddie
3 Rattlin' Bog
4 Fox
5 Aiken Drum
6 Hush a Bye
7 Poor Rosie
8 Go Tell Aunt Rhody
9 Three Craws
10 Crawdad
11 Yea Ho Little Fish
12 Old King Cole
13 Fod/the Woodchopper

Personal favs are 1,3,8. We had the cassette and enjoyed these when the guys were young.

<CD Universe> Ross Sutter is a very popular performer, known for his unique collection of children's songs. He plays an impressive array of folk instruments - guitar, bodhran, button accordion, dulcimer, bones - but is best known for his singular baritone voice.
Ross loves to sing Irish, Scottish, and Scandinavian songs, as well as old American traditional and popular songs. He has performed on radio, television and at festivals, and works regularly in schools teaching the songs and folk dances that he has collected over the years.
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