Barry Huppert | Upstate

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Kids/Family: Kid Friendly Pop: Pop/Rock Moods: Type: Lyrical
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by Barry Huppert

Birds and bears and bathtub toys, bedtime bath time make some noise, little towns where you can breathe, close your eyes and make believe, trains and games and silly food, scary things to change your mood, river banks where eagles sail, 11 songs, 11 tales
Genre: Kids/Family: Kid Friendly
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1. The Tractor Parade
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2. There's a Bird in the House
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3. Chez Beazie
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4. The Railroad Tracks
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5. Dance to Sleep
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6. The Corn Maze
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7. It's Hard to Be a Hungry Bear
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8. Jelly Beans
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9. Bathtub Song
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10. Bedtime Song
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11. Upstate
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Album Notes
Upstate is now the winner of a 2012 Parent's Choice Award!!

Barry Huppert has a wife, three small children, a cat, a fish, and a little country house in upstate New York. This has provided him with enough experience and material to write an album that can be enjoyed by parents, kids, cats and fishes.


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Aaron B

Songs for children
This collection of songs for children is outstanding. But make no mistake- these are not silly kids songs, rather, these are songs written by a loving parent for his children. One can feel the emotion of a father, wishing he could be there with his children at the tractor pull in Callicoon, but he's running late (perhaps due to an emergency at work that could not be put off?), and so he beckons his children 'I hope you'll wait, because I'll be there soon'.
This is an album for anyone who loves children, but particularly for those who are balancing their family and professional lives.
I highly recommend it.