Putumayo Kids presents world playground a musical adventure for kids.

Language: Multiple
Format: Music CD 1999
Availability: Available at 4 Libraries 4 of 4 copies
Available (4)
Location Collection Call #
Dormont Public Library Juvenile Audio Visual J CD PUTU (WORLD) (JUV)
Location  Dormont Public Library
Collection  Juvenile Audio Visual
Call Number  J CD PUTU (WORLD) (JUV)
Monroeville Public Library Juvenile Music CD JCD 70-s CHILDREN'S
Location  Monroeville Public Library
Collection  Juvenile Music CD
Call Number  JCD 70-s CHILDREN'S
Sewickley Public Library Juvenile Audiovisual CD J Folk PUT 1999
Location  Sewickley Public Library
Collection  Juvenile Audiovisual
Call Number  CD J Folk PUT 1999
South Park Library Juvenile AV jCD-MU PUT
Location  South Park Library
Collection  Juvenile AV
Call Number  jCD-MU PUT
A globe-trotting musical tour for children and their families to experience and celebrate other cultures. This musical adventure will please people of all ages, with upbeat, kid-friendly songs by successful artists from around the globe.
International tour travels through Bolivia, Jamaica, Canada, Greece, France, Brazil, Congo, Australia, Israel & the U. S. Songs include: "Three Little Birds," "Mardi Gras Mambo" & more. Includes a booklet with song lyrics in both the original language & English
Fatou yo = I am Fatou (Toure Kunda) (3:54)
La Mariposa = The butterfly (Colibri) (1:41)
Three little birds (Cedella Marley Booker & Taj Mahal) (3:41)
Nyanpi Matilda = Waltzing Matilda (Trevor Adamson) (3:31)
Home by barna (Teresa Doyle) (2:47)
Mardi gras mambo (Buckwheat Zydeco) (2:40)
Tik tik tak (Glykeria) (3:10)
Bongo bong (Manu Chao) (2:52)
Boom boom tarara (Ricardo Lemvo & Makina Loca) (4:45)
Bonjour pra você = Good morning to you (Nazare Pereira) (2:58)
Zichronot mÁfrica = Memories of Africa (Shlomo Gronich & the Sheba Choir) (4:08)
Just keep goin' on (Eric Bibb & Needed Time) (3:46).

Published Reviews
Publisher's Weekly Review: "With this globe-trotting musical tour, kids can experience a fun-filled cultural-immersion program without leaving home. On its first album specifically for children, world-music powerhouse Putumayo (a record label that emerged out of founder Dan Storper's Putumayo clothing company) gathers sunny-sounding songs by top artists from 12 countries. The trip from, say, Jamaica (on reggae tune "Three Little Birds" by Cedelia Marley Booker & Taj Mahal) to Greece (on the traditional rembetiko-style "Tik Tik Tak" by Glykeria) is quick, but ever so distinct, as heard in the language, rhythms and instruments of each selection. Other featured performers include Tour‚ Kunda (Senegal), Ricardo Lemvo and Makina Loca (Congo/ U.S.), Nazare Pereira (Brazil) and Buckwheat Zydeco (U.S.). An eye-catching 36-page booklet with folk art by Putumayo cover artist Nicola Heindl contains background information on each song and performer, as well as lyrics in both the song's native language and English. A Heindl poster and world map are available, and free stickers are packaged with each CD. All ages. (Sept.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved"
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Additional Information
Subjects Folk music -- Juvenile sound recordings.
Folk songs -- Juvenile sound recordings.
Children's songs -- Juvenile sound recordings.
World music -- Juvenile sound recordings.
Folk music.
Folk songs.
World music.
Publisher [New York] :Putumayo World Music,1999
Other Titles World playground
Contributors Putumayo World Music.
Participants/Performers Various performers.
Language Multiple
Sung in various languages.
Notes Title and subtitle from container.
Compact disc.
Program notes and lyrics (31 p. : col. ill.) bound in container.
Reissued from recordings on various labels published 1977-1998.
Description 1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
ISBN 1885265956
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