Since a few songs seem to be in heavy rotation this week, I thought I’d end the week with a Top 5. This not only includes songs that E enjoys but songs I enjoy as well. Both kids and parents deserve it!
Reviews on the entire albums related to these songs are on the way! I would encourage you, in the meantime, to check out the artists and take a listen if you can.
The songs are listed in random order and have no correlation to number of plays.
1. Butterfly Boucher – I’m Different
I found a video on YouTube which was not created by the artist, but the artist did comment on it. The song itself can get a bit tedious (especially once your 3yr old decides it’s fabulous while also learning how to replay it on the iPod at the same time). however, it’s quite upbeat and catchy on first listen. The best part is that it carries a great message letting kids know it’s ok (and quite fun!) to be different.
You can also listen to the track here and view a fanmade video below.
2. Todd McHatton – I Think I’m a Bunny
Adorable vid and very singable song. E had the lyrics down VERY shortly after hearing the song and smiles every time she hears it, as do I.
3. Elizabeth Mitchell – Little Bird Little Bird
From the You Are My Little Bird album (track #4). Below is a sweet little YouTube video but you can also sample (sans video) and buy the album from her website here.
4. Kira Willey – Underneath the Rainbow
From her latest album Kings & Queens of the Forest. You can listen to a snippet of the track here as well as get to know and purchase her album from her website Fireflies.
5. Robbie Schaeffer – LaLaLove
As Robbie puts it “A new single in honor of, and inspired by, the OneVoice project of the same name. Featuring the Vienna Elementary School 5th Grade Choir!” Take a listen here.
1. Caspar Babypants – Buckeye Jim and Mister Rabbit
Really anything Caspar Babypants needs to be heard and is heard ALOT in our home. Enjoy both tracks on the artist’s website or here as well as the video for Mister Rabbit below from You Tube. Also, their new album is OUT and you can grab a sample listen to it here. Elizabeth Mitchell also does a great rendition of Buckeye Jim which you can listen to here.
2. Kira Willey – Caterpillar Caterpillar
3. The Alphabeticians – Metaphor
4. Yo Gabba Gabba – All My Friends Are Different
Phew..That was actually a lot harder than I thought it would be.
Looking back it seems like this week was a little mellow for us.
If there are songs that you enjoyed this week, I’d love to hear about it!
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