This collections brings to the public for the first time some of the vast catalog of fun and informative kid's songs by Robert M. Charde.
Some have appeared before in animated films such as David B. Levy's multi-award winning 'Good Morning,' but most are meeting little ears for the first time.
With a basic ensemble of finger picked guitar, banjo, ukelele, Tuba, and piano, these songs capture the essence of the American songwriting tradition from Woody Guthrie to Harry Nilsson.
Some songs are teaching tools such as 'Hello' and 'I'm An Iguana,' and the historical saga 'Jean Lafitte,' about the gentleman pirate of New Orleans.
Others are simply dreamy fun for nimble young minds such as 'Play' and 'On The Moon' or good ideas for how not to waste a day in 'Rainy Day Fun.'
'Owl and Rabbit (Getting Along),' delivered in the character voices of David B. Levy's lovable cartoon duo, teaches kids that even the most unlikely pair can cooperate in spite of their differences.
'Why Tie A Shoe (What'd The Shoe Do To You),' Recited by five year old budding troubadour Ian A. Charde, is a philosophical breakdown in verse on the uselessness of shoe laces in the age of Velcro.
And 'Where It Goes,' establishes once and for all where exactly the baby should and should not put the macaroni.
Enjoy this and stay tuned for Volume's two and three which are being compiled now.