The Animal Faire | The Animal Faire

Go To Artist Page

Recommended if You Like
Dr. Blueteeth Pogo Snoopy

More Artists From
United States - California - SF

Other Genres You Will Love
Kids/Family: Children's Pop Rock: Comedy Rock Moods: Type: Soundtrack
There are no items in your wishlist.

The Animal Faire

by The Animal Faire

Ladies & Gentlemen, Boys & Girls, Animal Friends Of All Shapes & Sizes: Come One & All To The Greatest Musical Extravaganza On The Planet! Step Right This Way!! Hurry, Hurry, Hurry To The Animal Faire!!!
Genre: Kids/Family: Children's Pop
Release Date: 

We'll ship when it's back in stock

Order now and we'll ship when it's back in stock, or enter your email below to be notified when it's back in stock.
Sign up for the CD Baby Newsletter
Your email address will not be sold for any reason.
Continue Shopping
just a few left.
order now!
Share to Google +1

To listen to tracks you will need to update your browser to a recent version.

  Song Share Time Download
1. The Animal Faire
The Animal Faire
Share this song!
2:47 $0.99
2. Old Mac Is Back
Old Mac and the Barnyard Band
Share this song!
3:33 $0.99
3. Pussycat Pussycat Where Have You Been?
The Alleycats
Share this song!
2:58 $0.99
4. Dirty Dog Day
The Dingos
Share this song!
2:46 $0.99
5. Animal Adventure
The Owlz
Share this song!
3:32 $0.99
6. Sleepytime Bay
The Safari Ensemble
Share this song!
3:56 $0.99
7. Cookie Stew
The Creek Critters
Share this song!
3:45 $0.99
8. Rattle and Hiss
The Snakes
Share this song!
3:03 $0.99
9. No Sleep In the Jungle Tonight
The Lions
Share this song!
4:29 $0.99
10. Fly With Me (feat. Dr. Monkey)
Mari Posa
Share this song!
5:36 $0.99
11. Animal Faire Outro (feat. Dr. F. T. Jones)
The Animal Faire
Share this song!
2:25 $0.99
Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes
At any moment indeed one might experience a shift in the magnetospheric aura, a perception of frequencies not normally grasped by the human psyche. At first these signals vibrate through the very fabric of space, harnessing untold powers to stretch and fold beyond the limit of this dimension, penetrating the distance between the farthest galactic star clusters to transport consciousness throughout the mega verse.
It is from these vast realms of our own galaxy that a traveling band of musical animal troubadours joins forces to create an unparalleled performance in grand carnival fashion. Behold! A spectacle of magnificence:
We went to the animal faire
The birds and the beasts were there
The big baboon by the light of the moon
Was combing his auburn hair
The monkey tripped on the skunk
And fell on the elephants trunk ker-plunk
The elephant sneezed and fell to his knees
But what became of the monk?

Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and girls, animal friends of all shapes and sizes: come one and all to the greatest musical extravaganza on the planet. See the incredible performance of our fantastic animal troubadours. Step right this way!
Hurry, hurry, hurry to the animal faire!
So come to the animal faire
We’re sure you will declare
That you are a fan of the animal bands
Performing with style and flair

Come dance as the alley cats jam
With old Mac Donald’s band
Hear Dingos howl as you chill with the owls
The snakes, lions, turtles, and

You’ll meet the star of the show
And carry her to and fro
To find the monk who was shot from the trunk
So hurry its time to go!

So come to the animal faire
We’re sure you will declare
That you are a fan of the animal bands
Hey look we’re already there!

All ready here indeed. As the vibration from the transgalactic carnival adheres into an amalgamated fusion of music mischief and animal audacity unparalleled in this or any parallel universes. File into an organized mob and transition through these harmonic portals of wonder.
Amidst the general hubbub taking place on the midway greens, a rather conspicuous elephant blunders toward the other animals gathered around the prominent baboon, handsomely quaffed with immaculate auburn hair.
“I’m terribly sorry and with much regret inform you that there has been an accident,” announces Carl, the pachyderm pianist of proud proportion, “Dr. Monkey is missing!”
A gasp emanates from the collective animals as the realization sinks in – as Chief Overseeing Organizer of All Affairs, Dr. Monkey holds the key to the entire scope of operations, and regulates the fine tuning required to run an intergalactic ensemble of animal bands.
“Well galdangit, I cain’t find my lil doggie neither!” drawls a weathered old hillbilly. “And Old Mac jes' don’t git down without a fiddle player in the band! Whaterwe gon’t tado Bob?”
“Everyone Just Hang On A Minute – Hoo Hoo Ha Ho! Lets All CALM DOWN! He Can’t Be Far!” screams Bob Boon, the simian showman of sensational sonic satisfaction.
“Oh I don’t know, he might be pretty far out there” interjects Carl.
“Nevertheless, I’m Sure There’s A Logical Explanation For Our Present Predicament. Looks Like We’ll All Have To SPLIT UP and SCOUR THE GROUNDS To Find Dr. Monkey. Lets just TRY NOT TO PANIC! AAAHAHAHAAAAA!!” wails Bob.
“Excuse me Mr. Boon,” whispers the delicate voice of Cate Pillar, the clever and cute caterpillar cadet. “Is Dr. Monkey OK? We have an audition with you later today for our new act, and we still need to work out a few steps - ”
“Sorry Cate,” interrupts Bob, “But We Have Serious Work To Do, So Run Along Now Dear And Let The Big Animals Figure Out All This Complicated Stuff.”
With that the baboon boss runs amuck around the grounds, screaming and wailing all the while.
“Come along with us, my darling Cate,” purrs Pussycat, the fantastic feline fiddler and superb saxophone swingstress. “And never mind that old baboon. I’m sure we’ll find our good doctor soon enough. By the way Old Mac, I’d be happy to fill in on fiddle for your first song. After all I started playing the violin before pursuing my love of the jazz saxophone.”
“Well Galdangit that’s music to my ears!” hollers Old Mac. “Step right this a way – the barnyard band is ready to roll.”
Old Mac is back by popular demand, E-I-E-I-O!
Cuttin’ loose with my barnyard band, E-I-E-I-O!
Now boys and girls all gather round
Listen to my barnyard sound
Rooster, Pig, Goat, Horse and Kitty
Booming and chuckin’ a tune so pretty

And who am I? Well I’m Old Mac
Been Booming and Chucking since way back
With a boom chuck here and a boom chuck there
Here a boom there a chuck everywhere a boom chuck
Now spin your partner and do se do
E to the I to The E I O!!

Hey diddle diddle, this cat has a fiddle,
And now composes a tune
My little dog left me so pussy cat play
With a swish and a sway and a swoon.

Barber, barber, shave a pig! How many notes to make a jig?
Four and twenty - that's enough! This here piggy is real hot stuff

Cock-a-doodle-doo! My dame has lost her shoe!
My master's lost his fiddling stick, and knows not what to do.
Cock-a-doodle-doo! I know what to do!
Give that guitar a chicken pick, 'n' Sing doodle-doodle-doo.

Horsy, horsy don't you stop Let your bass go clippety clop,
When your tail goes swish as we break it down
Giddy up, to the turnaround

Here comes the great big Billy Goat Gruff,
You will find he's really tough.
Doesn’t pay to mess with him
So after his break we’ll let him sing.

There was a man now please take note
There was a man who had a goat
He loved that goat Indeed he did
He loved that goat Just like a kid

One day that goat Felt frisk and fine
Ate three red shirts Right off the line
The man, he grabbed Him by the back
And tied him to a railroad track

Now, when that train drove into sight
That goat grew pale and green with fright
He heaved a sigh As if in pain
Coughed up those shirts and flagged the train!

To Be Continued ...
Check us out at


to write a review

marie colby

The Animal Fair
a unique take ,lively,fun, makes you want to get up and dance , sing. great for daycares, schools,and of course parents,grandparents too enjoyed it so much that we are sending the cd to all of our family thank you so very much