Some of the music is upbeat, some downright ridiculous, while the last few tracks are calming; perfect for the bedtime routine. There are songs with simple counting and colours, musical concepts such as singing in a round, and phrases in different languages.
A Mini Music Makers and Songs About Animals collaboration!Beautifully arranged nursery rhymes sit alongside the welcome and goodbye songs from Mini Music Makers classes. Songs are performed with a number of different instruments, in imaginative and quirky ways!
Music City Joke is Mac Leaphart at his very best: wry, rugged, and recharged, singing songs that conjure up memories of front porches, honky tonks, heartbreaks, and dive bars. Songs like "Division Street" and the two-stepping title track are salty sketches of Nashville life, while "Every Day" finds Leaphart in family-man mode, painting a picture of his wife's day-to-day routine. He even packs an album's worth of punchlines into the two-and-a-half-minute "Ballad of Bob Yamaha or a Simple Plea in C Major," a clever country song delivered from the perspective of an underused acoustic guitar. Full of lyric-driven, story-based songwriting, Music City Joke is a rallying cry from an artist who has spent more than a decade paying his dues and whittling his craft, joined by a team of longtime Nashville staples.
"Like a more countrified version of John Prine, or a more compositionally-minded version of Jerry Jeff Walker during his gonzo era, Mac Leaphart immediately earns your ear and devotion with this handful of incredibly well-written songwriter songs and rousing boot scooters that are just about perfectly produced and ripe for repeat listening."-Saving Country Music
Line. Rope. Etc., is a songwriting tour-de-force, with tunes that draw from the best of the country-folk tradition (think Kristofferson, John Prine, Gram Parsons), and a few times slips into the comfortable sweet spot between
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Tenor voice and PianoAdams song from the operetta Der Vogelhandler. Composed by Carl Zeller. Arranged by Wilhelm Lutz. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Einzelausgaben (Single Sheets). Classical. 4 pages. Schott Music #ED0 3399. Published by Schott Music (HL.49008724).
Recorder - BeginningComposed by William Bay. Squareback saddle stitch, Method, Folk. You Can Teach Yourself. Style. Book and online audio/video. 80 pages. Mel Bay Publications, Inc #94337M. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc (MB.94337M).
Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of The Last Queen of Hawai'i, Wonderful Star, Seaborne, Freedom Songs, The Court of Love, Underworld, Talk to the Animals, Courage, Dear Heart - New 2021 Recording, and 13 more. , and , . Purchasable with gift card Buy Digital Discography $54.40 USD or more (15% OFF) Send as Gift about Pink ponies are punk rock. $(".tralbum-about").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("tralbum_about"), "more", "less"); lyrics I'm sitting tall in the saddle Looking down with a different point of viewGot our carousel colors unfurled Ready to take on the world Everything's exciting and newA little out of control now Little loud, little wild can be goodWe tried to think through it We know we can do it Ran outta time to ask if we shouldI'm on a runaway, runaway party pony And we're running for the ride of our livesShe says "I have a plan" and then a pink confetti cannon Fires pink confetti into the skyRunaway, runaway party pony Nothing's gonna stop us nowWe'll put it on the map, you know we're gonna make it happen, Even if we don't know howWe get to make our own choices Might as well make it weird and just have fun The smell of victory rises Like cupcake surprises We can taste it and we've already wonTurn up the lights and the music,Decorate every surface we can touchWe'll always reach higher, we're always inspired, We know enough is never too much!Runaway, runaway party pony We're running for the ride of our livesShe says "I have a plan" and then a pink confetti cannon Fires pink confetti into the skyAnd the cotton candy clouds are breaking And we're dancing in the gumdrop rain'Cause we believe in laughter and whatever-ever-after Even though we know it's all gotta changeWe can run away, run away, party pony Nothing's gonna stop us nowWe'll put it on the map, you know we're gonna make it happen,Gonna make a way somehowRunaway, runaway party pony Runaway, runaway party ponyRunaway, runaway party pony Runaway, runaway party pony $(".lyricsText").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("tralbum_long"), "more", "less"); credits released March 5, 2021 license all rights reserved tags Tags folk pop punk acoustic filk lo-fi pony pop singer-songwriter traditional Santa Cruz Shopping cart total USD Check out about Summer Russell Santa Cruz, California
Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Hello, Hooligans In The Vestibule, One More Drink (Deluxe Edition), Teenage Kicks (Free Bandcamp single), Singing In Your Head, Aces Eights & Heartbreaks, Sweetie Pie, Decriminalized... (Free Bandcamp digital EP), and 197 more. , and , . Purchasable with gift card Buy Digital Discography $243 USD or more (80% OFF) Send as Gift credits from The Tisbury Joneser, released May 6, 2022 license all rights reserved tags Tags bubblegum garage power pop punk rock rock 'n' roll Boston Shopping cart total USD Check out about Rum Bar Records Boston, Massachusetts
Hard-rocking desert pickers for peace and justiceApril 2, 2013 Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni ba: Jama Ko (Out Here)I swear I thought the third album by Youssou N'Dour's ngoni man ofchoice might be the best ever to come out of Mali even before I got tothe notes. There I learned that recording began on the day Kouyate'sfriend the president was overthrown by the military, and that twosongs celebrate anti-Islamist heroes of 19th-century Mali--a martyrwhose refusal to leave his animist faith inspired his Muslim protectorto fight to his own death for it and a soldier who drank beer in thesanctimonious face of the Muslim cheikh who'd persuaded him to fightfor a faith he refused to obey to the letter. From the title partyanthem on out, the mood and message are inclusive not just becausesharia law proscribes music altogether but because Timbuktuanti-clericalist Khaira Arby gets a track, because the Taj Mahal cameois the most irreverent Malian blues ever recorded, because every songis fired by Kouyate's political and philosophical passion. Twomelodies reach back centuries. Strong-voiced frontwoman Amy Sackodelivers the word. And although the ngoni is a mere lute, Kouyate getsmore noises you want to hear out of his strings than any two jam-bandhotshots you can name. A
Critics, what do they know?Friday, April 12, 2013 Lil Wayne: I Am Not a Human Being II (Cash Money/Republic)Oh no. He's rhyming about almost nothing but--yuck and/orbor-ing--sex. Hasn't he heard of artistic growth? Probably he has,actually--his star bubble is no more hermetic than anybody else's. Infact, I say it's progress that 11 of the 15 tracks here deploy theP-word the way God intended (as opposed to the p****-a**-n**** form,which I'd as soon he s***can myself). It suggests that, unlike mostrappers and related pop lifeforms who brag about sex, Weezy reallyseems to savor it (especially--psst--oral--both ways!). Plus his possecuts are finally showing some savor too, albeit not on the vestigialguns 'n' violence ones--the Gunplay collab is easily the dullest musichere. Brightest: a pro-sex theme song featuring Drake and Future andcalled, officially, "Love Me." You want socially conscious themes?Really? A loose-lipped ship-sinker is what he was meant tobe. A MINUS
Estimable PurchasesFriday, April 26, 2013 Wussy: Duo (Shake It)Assuming these seven new-to-Wussy songs are de facto demos--for suresome and likely most but probably not all will be rocked up on a fifthalbum that now seems a certainty--we should think about not theiracoustic settings but their acerbic subjects. No breakupshere. Instead, three of Chuck Cleaver's lyrics address that otherWussy preoccupation, death, which invariably besets the kind ofwacked-out and/or mean-ass loser who brains a monkey in the cheerfullyentitled exception, "Ring a Ding Ding I'm Rotten Inside," while two ofLisa Walker's address yet another Wussy preoccupation, the failedconsolations of religion. So her climactic praisesong to English girlswho swim in the North Sea like it's summertime comes as a true relief,with Cleaver's piano tracing a delicate counterpoint. InspirationalVerse: "The Witnesses will all be waiting for the chance to be thefirst to squeal/As you're going through your souvenirs to help decidewhat is and isn't real." That's how I hear it,anyway. A MINUS 2b1af7f3a8