Craig William White | Songs to Take Along

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Songs to Take Along

by Craig William White

Fun music and songs for kids that parents will enjoy.
Genre: Kids/Family: Children's Pop
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1. Little Silly Sing and Dance Song
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2. Ride in the Car
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3. Clouds Make the Wind Blow
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2:21 $0.99
4. Never Give Up
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5. Monsters
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6. The Careful Song
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7. Eat Less Move More
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8. Clean My Room
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9. Clap Clap Clap
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Album Notes
Almost every song I heard as a kid, I remember today. This music has two goals. First, It is fun and happy music for kids with a message that is worth remembering: To think about being safe while you play, to never give up, to not be afraid to dance, that work can be fun… and second, it is music that parents like to hear. Songs that they will want to “take along” to the most dreaded venue for all children’s music…the family car.
The music was created out in the middle of nowhere in South Carolina with the gentlemen from Wishgrove. As they put it, “A rock and roll band with a fresh lemon scent.” Rich Nelson played all types of guitar, keyboard, and sang vocals. Ken Williams did drums and vocals, and Mark McCullough played bass guitar and sang vocals. I’d also like to give credit to Rich for his imagination and advice on the arrangement of each song. The music was mixed and recorded by Mark Miller from Wheresville Productions. I had a blast writing and recording this music and I hope you will have fun listening to it.


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