Brady Rymer | I Found It!

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I Found It!

by Brady Rymer

A PARENTS' CHOICE RECOMMENDED, NAPPA HONORS, AND iPARENTING MEDIA AWARD-WINNER, "I FOUND IT." is "a down-home downright delectable collection of rock 'n' roll songs" (John Wood, NAPPA), a soulful, funky, feel-good party for kids and their families.
Genre: Kids/Family: Children's Pop
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1. Drawing On the Sidewalk
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2. I Found It!
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3. Cookin' Saturday
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4. I'm a Little Raindrop
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5. Bathtub Soup
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6. Under the Bed
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7. Eatin' Animal Crackers
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8. One Little Letter
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9. Ding Dong
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10. Hey, Mr. Moonlight
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11. Turn the World Around
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This is music for kids with a rock 'n' roll heart. Brady Rymer's multi-award winning "I Found It!" is a hip descendant of the happy, sing-along spirit of Motown, the party atmosphere of the E Street Band and Bruce Springsteen, and the warmth and heart of Bob Marley. Says Rymer, formerly of the RCA roots rock band From Good Homes, "I wanted this CD to be a soulful, funky, feel-good party for kids and their raised-on-radio parents, to show folks just how much fun they can have listening to good, happy music with people they love!" The songs encourage children to creatively explore new and familiar aspects of the world around them, and celebrate small but momentous achievements in a child's world. The infectious "Drawing on the Sidewalk" invites kids to show the world all that's in their hearts by using their imagination; "I Found It!" turns the loss of a loved toy into a celebration of finding it; "Bathtub Soup" creates a deliciously silly meal from the stuff children bring to bathtime. "I Found It!" has been honored with a Parents' Choice 2004 Recommended Award, a NAPPA (National Parenting Publications Association) 2004 Honors Award, a Publishers Weekly 2004 "Listen Up!" Award, and an iParenting Media "Hot Product 2004" Award.

"Rymer rocks out with an infectious sense of delight on his third collection for kids. In the tradition of experienced rock/pop musicians taking a new direction into children's music (usually inspired by parenthood), Rymer doesn't disappoint older fans (who may know him from the band From Good Homes) or new aficionados. His guitar-driven blend of alt-folk and rock has a light mood and sophistication that in a surprising way makes a perfect complement to lyrics like "I'm a little raindrop/falling down, down, down... and I sound like this/dibble dibble dibble dibble dibble dop." The minutiae of kid-dom inspire such dance-inducing numbers as "Bathtub Soup" and "Drawing on the Sidewalk." All in all, an excellent crossover selection for toe-tapping with the whole family. Children's book fans will recognize CD sleeve art by Dan Yaccarino. All Ages. - PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY LISTEN UP! AWARD, STARRED REVIEW, November 2004

"A down-home downright delectable collection of rock 'n' roll songs!"-John Wood, NAPPA 2004

"Brady Rymer has a delightful touch with lyrics, creating songs filled with heart and gentle fun."--Lynne Heffley, PARENTS' CHOICE FOUNDATION

"Rymer captures the exuberance of little kids... you'll find the perfect tune to accompany any activity, from cleaning up, getting ready for bed, or just hanging out." - PARENTING MAGAZINE, October 2003

"Thank goodness for loving parents that express themselves through music or we wouldn't have such fun songs to share!"-John Wood, NAPPA 2003

"ROCKIN' RYMER: Kid pop that a parent can stand is hard to come by. Hats off, then, to Brady Rymer. These are songs that will stick in your head without driving you insane."-URBANBABY DAILY

"Youth music stops kidding around! Kids are ready to rock. Supersweet musicians like Raffi used to dominate the market, but a new generation of performers is bringing a more sophisticated, rock-tinged style to the genre. Brady Rymer came to the kiddie arena after 13 years as the bassist for the popular jam band From Good Homes."-NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, August 2004

As a member of From Good Homes, Brady Rymer wrote, recorded, and performed with the group for 13 years, releasing a number of albums, including three on RCA records, 'Open Up The Sky,' 'From Good Homes,' and 'Live at Waterloo,' and sharing the stage with Bob Dylan, Dave Matthews Band, Joan Osborne, Hootie and the Blowfish, and Bob Weir's Rat Dog. In 1998 From Good Homes received an achievement award from Billboard Magazine and Irving Plaza for the most consecutive sold-out performances ever at this respected New York City venue. Brady slipped into writing children's songs in a family sort of way after the birth of his first child, Gus. Rocking the baby to sleep was Dad's job, and soothing Gus with music just came naturally. Almost effortlessly, Brady's first children's recording, the iParenting Award winning 'Good Morning, Gus' was born. An animated video of the song "You Gotta Eat Your Fruits" from this record was commissioned by the Children's Book-of-the-Month Club and included on a Richard Scarry videotape; "You Gotta Eat Your Fruits" was also an honorable mention in the 2000 John Lennon Songwriting Contest. His NAPPA Gold and iParenting Media Award-winning 'Look at My Belly' evolved in a similar way as Brady's children grew, incorporating a mix of folk, country, rock, pop, and the blues into songs celebrating a toddler's world.

As Brady's kids grew up, his songs grew up with them. His new album 'I Found It!' began to emerge when his children, Gus and Daisy broke into his collection of classic rock LPs, coming up with questions like, "Daddy, does this one rock? Is this one jammin'?" While the kids played their favorites over and over, Brady was at work on his own songs. So it's no wonder those rockin', jammin' sounds the kids love bring a bracing edge to the new CD. Driven by the beat, accented by precision back-up singers you can almost see swaying, the songs on 'I FOUND IT!' are a delight to parents who share Rymer's personal hit parade - and that's everyone who, like Brady himself, was raised on radio.


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school library journal

audio of the week 3/21/05! a must-have for public libraries!
Featuring 11 original tunes, this CD is outstanding. Rymer's lively and energetic focals are clever and fun. He's accompanied by a rich sounding orchestra featuring drums, guitar, saxophones and more. The delightful lyrics that children and parents are sure to enjoy are the highlight of the collection. In "cookin' Saturday," rymer sings about making breakfast with mama. Especially silly is "bathtub soup." Listeners will enjoy the lively rhythm and have fun dancing along to the rock 'n' roll beat. this delightful collection is a must have for public libraries.

Matthew Shell Bassett

I Found It
I love this one so much!!!

UrbanBaby Daily

It's got something for everyone!
"RYMER REASON: The latest good news? Award-winning, independent kid's recording artist and From Good Homes founding member, Brady Rymer, has just released a third CD entitled 'I Found It!' Having shared the stage with Dylan, The Dave Matthews Band, Joan Osborne, Hootie and the Blowfish and Bob Weir's Rat Dog, Rymer has a fan base that spans from grizzled forty-somethings right down to their fresh-faced progeny-and his music reflects the range. His new disc -- a follow-up to the award-winning recordings Good Morning, Gus and Look at My Belly -- is a hip descendant of the sing-along spirit of Motown, the party atmosphere of classic rock, and the warmth and heart of Reggae. In other words, it's got something for almost everyone." -- December 2004


the new #1
my daughters new fav! she hands me the cd day after day and demands it stays in rotation. thanks for all the smiles.


I Love it!
My daughter loves your CD. We bee bop while eating our lunch everyday.

Mia Dempsey

Brady Rymer's music brings happiness into our home!
Our family just loves this CD and have copies in both the house and car. We give these as gifts to family and friends for birthdays and all other occasions. We're looking forward to seeing Brady in concert next month!


A great CD!
I just love this CD! My kids listen to it all the time, and really adore "I Found It!". It is so nice to hear chidrens' tunes that are not heard anywhere else! I have bought copies for lots of other kids, and their parents love the music as much as their kids do!

Melissa Bien

Great Songs! I find myself signing along with the CD!
I found exactly what I was looking for with this CD - kids music that I enjoyed too. The songs are fun and the music is easy on the ears. My son and I both really enjoy it. I would recommend to anyone travling in a car with kids!

debra thier

my son says again, again, again, again.............
when we finally got to the bathtub soup song, he laughed and laughed...
it made the 3 hour drive as smooth as silk....

Louisa Gladstone

2005 babyzone music poll winner!
You'll be surprised by the diversity of musical tastes among Long Island children! Results are...
Brady Rymer: 57%
Laurie Berkner: 18%
OutKast: 10%
Beatles: 9%
Usher: 4%
Dan Zanes: 1%
Ben Folds Five: 1%
Congratulations to Brady Rymer! My family and I had a fantastic time at one of his shows in January. It truly inspired my son; I'm still finding him in front of the mirror, playing guitar and singing his favorite Rymer songs: "I Found It!," "I'm a Little Raindrop," and "Bathtub Soup"--all of which are on Rymer's third CD entitled I Found It!
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