Children's Music Parents Can Enjoy


Children’s music can be appealing to parents and children, and Jack Johnson’s Curious George Soundtrackfits this description. Sing-A-Longs and Lullabies for the Film Curious George features Jack with many other great artists of our time. My personal favorite tracks are the “The Sharing Song” and Ben Harper’s “With My Own Two Hands”. Also, the version of an earlier Jack tune “Three is the Magic Number” about of a mother, father, and child is transformed to the “3 R’s”,where Jack tells us, “You got to reduce, reuse, recyle.” Jack got his start creating music for surf films, and he transitions to animation beautifully. If you like Jack, www.archive.org has 199 live Jack shows you can download or stream for free. I personally recommend any show that has his rendition of “How a Pirate Looks at Forty”. I want to thank ecochildsplay reader Molly for suggesting we review the Curious George Soundtrack.
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