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A brilliant folk album for children of all ages!
"The great lineup includes producer Andreas Schuld, Hans Stamer, Linda Kidder, Taylor James, Long John Baldry, and many more...The production is superb and - if it isn't churlish to say so - there might have been more than the 39 minutes here. But maybe they're saving some for a second volume. Buy that too, if this is any indication of what's going on there."
- Juergen Gothe, CBC Disc Drive, Georgia Straight Weekly
"A wonderful song collection children of all ages will enjoy!"
- BC Parent
"People certainly don't need to be a child to find themselves grinning when they hear Baldry's sandpaper vocals on Woody Guthrie's Why Oh Why, or the barrel-house piano on Wayne's version of The (Rocking) Mockingbird...this is good folk music for children of all ages."
- Gregory McGuire, The Casket, New Brunswick
"One of the best albums for children I have ever heard! My kids keep singing and dancing along. Thanks for making such a great record!"
- Susan C, Maple Ridge
About The Artists:
Long John Baldry is well known for "discovering" Rod Stewart and Elton John, who both produced John's landmark album "It Ain't Easy" in 1971. One of the fathers of British Blues and R&B, he received a JUNO award in 1997 for his Stony Plain release "Right To Sing The Blues", as well as a 1998 Grammy Award nomination for his reading of" Winnie The Pooh".
Sue Leonard is well known as one of the great session singers. She has toured the world with k.d.lang, and has been featured on albums by Bon Jovi, Ken Hamm, and many others.
Linda Kidder is also known for her work with k.d.lang, as well as her long lasting collaboration with Gary Fjellgaard which earned her many national and international awards.
Gord Maxwell is currently touring with Canadian icon Ian Tyson. He is one of the busiest singers in Vancouver, and has written numerous #1 songs, including the One Horse Blue hits "Colours of Love" and "Baby Don't Cry".
Besides being nominated for two Juno awards, Kenny "Blues Boss" Wayne has won many national and international blues awards and has been voted best pianist and songwriter for several years in a row by Real Blues Magazine.
Dave Haddock is known as one of the great Canadian songwriters. He was the sidekick for David Essig for many years, and is currently putting the finishing touches on his second solo album.
Peter Padden has been a session singer and drummer in Vancouver for numerous decades. There isn't an artist in Vancouver who Peter has not worked with...
Taylor James was host of the popular "Songwriter's Night" at the Arts Club Theatre and is currently recording her first album of original songs.
Hans Stamer and 1999 BCCMA "Guitarist of the Year" Andreas Schuld have been turning heads around the world with their brand of acoustic blues. The album "No Special Rider" was nominated for a Juno in 1998 and made many international year-end top ten lists. Hans Stamer was vocalist for the legendary R&B Allstars for many years, and released two albums on RCA with the Hans Stamer Band. Andreas Schuld has won numerous awards for his production skills, and is considered one of the most recorded guitarists on the West Coast. He can be heard on Raffi's Grammy nominated album "Raffi Radio" as well as albums by Susan Crowe, Farmer's Daughter, Kenny "Blues Boss" Wayne, and many others.
Jeanette O'Keefe is currently finishing her new CD which follows her successful debut album which has enjoyed much success both in the UK and in Canada.