Stan Slaughter | Water All Over the World

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Water All Over the World

by Stan Slaughter

An eclectic mix of rock, ballad and educational music representing the best of water songs from North America.
Genre: Kids/Family: Educational
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1. Little Stream
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4:06 album only
2. We're All Connected
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3:29 album only
3. Sittin' Crosslegged
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3:24 album only
4. Ogallala
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1:58 album only
5. Excuse Me, Sir
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3:12 album only
6. Watershed
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2:29 album only
7. Stream Team
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3:02 album only
8. Heal the Water
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3:55 album only
9. Dance Up a Storm
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4:57 album only
10. Storm Drain Stenciling
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2:20 album only
11. Salmon Circle
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12. Water
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Album Notes
‘Water All Over the World’ collects Stan’s favorite water songs. More than 20 years of networking, performing and working for clean water brought these songs to the surface. Chosen for their variety in theme and style, the songs provide information and inspiration. Water touches us all and provides a wonderful way to spread the message of our interconnection with the elements of life.

“Stan’s latest CD is an eclectic mix of rock, ballad and ‘school assembly’ music, and his voice in equally suited to them all. The songs are alternately fun, beautiful, moving and all very relevant as pertains to our precious water resources. He educates, yet entertains, engaging his audience, both young and old, without preaching. He’s an inspiration to us all.”

Judy Best- musician, mom and Senior Applications Specialist

In his latest project "Water All Over the World"
Stan once again shines through as the ultimate
Eco-Troubadour! This musically diverse yet balanced
collection is both inspiring and thought provoking.
From the haunting native rhythms in the song "Ogallala"
to rock 'n lead work in "We’re all Connected", this CD is
a masterfully produced reminder that we truly are all
connected. In these songs Stan provides an excellent
musical backdrop to help us all understand our
spiritual and physical connection to the world of
water that we are part of. To paraphrase the title of one of my favorite songs
on the CD.......Stan has truly "Danced up a
Storm" with this project.

Curt Carter
Co-founder and Director
Land for Learning Institute

Water All over The World will force your feet to move not only to the vibrant sounds, and soul stirring lyrics, but to get up and get out to do something to protect our precious water resources. The messages in each song are universal to kids and adults, the lyrics teach the lessons as the music grips your heart. The diversity of sounds will both amaze and amuse even the most discriminating of tastes. This CD is a must have for anyone who loves and appreciates the liquid of life, water.

Mark Van Patten
Missouri Stream Team Coordinator

I loved the CD, Water All Over the World, by Eco-Troubadour, Stan Slaughter. So many important water conservation concepts and other water thoughts were introduced through the words and music. As I heard each song I thought it was my favorite.

Heal the Waters by Don Matt, written in the early 80s for the National Water Center's National Water Week, is a long time favorite.
My concern about the depletion of the Ogallala Aquifer is eased by the delightful song, Ogallala. At the National Water Center we are beginning a campaign on storm water run off with storm drain medallions. Excuse Me, Sir and Storm Drain Stenciling will make wonderful theme songs.

I remember what fun it was when we had the opportunity to swim like salmon to the Salmon Circle at the North American Bioregional Congress in 1984.
Finally, is there any more important idea than that We're All Connected?
Thanks, Stan Slaughter, for a wonderful experience!

Barbara Helen Harmony
Coordinator National Water Center
Bioregional Coordinating Council

"We hired Stan Slaughter, The Eco-Troubadour, to entertain at our World O' Water Festival here in Omaha this September. His music was great! -very appropriate for our event. He involved the kids in dancing onstage and created a real happening scene for our family audience. When the lunch scene ended he became the roving musician enlivening different parts of the venue. Later in the event he provided the sound system and mikes for our prize giveaway and even drew the winners from the barrel. I would heartily recommend Stan for your Water event. His CD is full of great songs about water and he has lots of experience in providing education AND entertainment at Water Festivals and it really showed."

Kendra Sullivan
Education/Program Director
Keep Omaha Beautiful, Inc.


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David C. Habluetzel

Pleasing mix of acoustic and vocals with a message to us all about our relationship with water and the world.

Deborah Galarza

Water All Over the World
Flowing music, sweet vocal harmony, and a message long overdue and not voiced often enough is included in this collection. Little Stream and Sittin' Cross Legged take me right back to my favorite clear rivers and streams. Little Stream is reminiscent of early John Denver music and should get radio airtime. The lyrics and the tune whisk you away and places you right where you can almost feel the water between your toes!
Thank you Stan.