Mo Phillips | Robot Rodeo

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Robot Rodeo

by Mo Phillips

Music for crazy people, and their parents. If Black Francis joined Wilco to make a kids album, it just might sound like this.
Genre: Kids/Family: General Children's Music
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1. Robot Rodeo
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2. Puddletown Glide
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2:54 album only
3. Don't Chuck Your Ball So Hard
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2:42 album only
4. You Can't Be Friends With Food
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3:23 album only
5. I'm A Penguin and I'm Cold
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2:37 album only
6. Va A La Playa
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3:05 album only
7. Skyin'
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2:34 album only
8. Bear Shirt
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2:29 album only
9. Argyle
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2:56 album only
10. I Guess That's What Happens
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3:21 album only
11. Bubbles
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12. Super Peanut Guy
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Album Notes
Mo Phillips writes kids songs from his secret ninja laboratory in the Portland, Oregon. In the old days, Mo played crazy jazz and psychedelic math rock on three continents to much acclaim. Mo grew up recreating Neil Young and the Rolling Stones in his bedroom, and after some university years trying (unsuccessfully) to cross D. Boon with John Coltrane, he fell back into his classic rockin' ways.

When not doling out the goods to the young set, Mo is a husband, a dad, an Early Childhood Educator, and teaches his program Rock 'N' Roll Kindy to kids all over the Portland area. Rock 'N' Roll Kindy is a highly sought after music program for preschoolers and K-2 graders in the Northwest. In the program each band writes songs, makes band shirts and instruments, and records a CD to sell at their show.

When not making bands with the youngest rockers, Mo performs interactive shows of his own that respect the intelligence of young people with wit and irreverence, without being being strictly scatological. This is music built for kids and parents alike! Mo does not dumb down lyrics or melodies for kids to "understand", and therefore sings about things whole families can appreciate. A fine, distilled blend of Americana, Soul and Blues, while not being afraid of a poppy hook or straight rockin' out.


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