Johnny maximizes the impact of this album by a mix of cover hits, camp songs and of course, his own creations complete this roster of hits.
He starts with a cover of Ralph's World, "Driving In My Car." With Johnny's quirkiness sometimes compared to that of Ralph's World, this song is bound to ignite the sparks that will burst into fun for the listener.
From there, Johnny takes the camp song, "Baby Shark" and gives it a face-lift that simultaneously makes it more fun and gives it the unexpected twist of "The Non-Dismemberment Version"
"Shake Your Sillies" out is arguably Raffi's biggest hit. For Johnny, it is a home-run knocked out of the park!
"Cleaning Up Your Bedroom" is bound to be a hit that all mother's will want their children to hear, while "Dancing For Dreams" turns a surprisingly simple tune into a power ballad of wholesome whimsey.
These are followed by Johnny's version of two camp song favorites, "A Ram Sam Sam (Speed Up Version)" and "Form Banana (The Go Bananas Dance)" that are sure to get all ages up and moving. Get out your 'air guitar' because you'll be using it on both of these hits!
"Dancing in the Sprinkler" was a song inspired by the new sprinkler park on a sweltering hot summer day, when Johnny was watching the kids having the time of their lives and realizing that there is absolutely nothing more fun than that!
"My Name is Joe (Female Boss Version)" is another hilarious camp song that Johnny updated to give his young female listeners a more empowering perspective of gender roles.
This is followed by Laurie Berkner's mega-hit, "We Are The Dinosaurs." Johnny always felt that Laurie only needed one thing to make it better, and that is the addition of screaming electric guitar licks. Dreams really do come true!
"Ring Around The Rosies (Extended Dance Remix)" and "This Little Piggie" are two polished Johnny favorites that have been re-mastered for his new fans.
Speaking of his new fans, some of them are younger than a year old, some of them are potty training. Not to leave anyone out, Johnny dedicates "You Can Do It" to them. Trainees have been quoted as saying, "I'm going on the potty for Johnny." It is a strange claim to fame, but somebody has to do it and somehow the melody is contagious enough and the idea edgy enough that the school age kids are singing it too! After all, life is tough, and who can't say they've longed to hear someone assure them that, "You Can Do It, You Can Do It!" You just can't hear something like that enough times!
Interested in owning an album that will be a favorite for your whole family while getting them up to dance in healthy habits of togetherness and fun? You can make that positive difference in your kids lives right now. "You Can Do it!"