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Things That Roar

by Papa Crow

Parents' Choice Award winning debut album of homemade kids and family songs that explore invisible polar bears, chicken lips, hairy frogs, things not to be afraid of, licorice, lemonade, kites, being a kid, having a kid, and a loud girl named Eleanor.
Genre: Kids/Family: General Children's Music
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1. All The Things That Roar
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2. Welcome To The World
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3. Baby Makes Three
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4. The Peek-A-Boo Waltz
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5. That's The Life For Me
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6. Polar Bear In A Snowstorm
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7. Ukulele
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8. High Up On a String
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9. I'm Not Afraid Anymore
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10. If I Cry
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11. When I Grow Up
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12. Chicken Lips
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13. Dream Big
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14. Everything Is New
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Northern Michigan singer/songwriter Jeff Krebs was drawn to music at an early age, starting at age four on the ukulele and picking up guitar a few years later. By his teens he was writings songs and performing, going on to travel the country and record with various bands. Jeff performed in clubs, busked streets and subway stations, played flea markets, Irish pubs, biker bars and street fairs. He released a few solo albums along the way, and after years of roaming settled back in his home area of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to raise a family. While he and his wife were expecting their first child, Jeff discovered the diverse, engaging world of kids and family music. By the time their first son was born, Jeff was writing kids songs and had plans for a family music album, performing for kids at churches, libraries, daycares and schools, and calling himself Papa Crow.

Three years later (and now with another boy in the family), Papa Crow released “Things That Roar”, an album of fourteen original kids and family songs. The process was homemade: Jeff recorded himself on the computer, using minimal equipment set up in a spare room of his house. Friends with various talents (percussion, voice, slide guitar, etc.) were invited over late at night when the boys were asleep to add tracks to Jeff’s songs. In all, fifteen friends and family members played on the album including Jeff’s sons, niece, nephew and brother-in-law.

Since its release, “Things That Roar” has been very well received in the family music world, earning positive reviews and getting airplay on many children’s music programs throughout the US. The album was cited as one of the best kids music albums of the year by Time Out New York Magazine, The Fids & Kamily Music Awards, Zooglobble, Out With The Kids, Family Man Online and Spare The Rock. The album also received the prestigious Parents' Choice Silver Award.

Papa Crow is looking forward to a vibrant career in family music and hopes to meet you down the road.


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