Old enough to know better the worst of Barry Louis Polisar.
|Format:||Music CD 2005|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
Popular children's musician Barry Louis Polisar takes a look back at his least favorite songs from his own 1970s-era albums and reworks them into brand new tunes in this two-CD compilation. Hitting the studio to tackle the "worst" from his back catalog, Polisar has re-recorded the songs and added instruments, branching out into completely new musical directions with studio help from his teenaged kidsÂthemselves the subjects of some of his most "awful" songs.
ContentsDisc 1. When Suzie sneezed
I can't tie my shoe
I used to have a sister
My dentist is an awfully nice man
That's what makes the world go 'round
Don't leave me in the house alone
The dinosaur song
Ellen grew a beard
The town of round
Me and you
I looked into the mirror; what did the mirror say?
A bee will sting you
Sally eats shoelaces, straw and string
Stanley stole my shoelace and rubbed it in his armpit
Everywhere you go
Shut up in the library. Disc 2. The ant and the grasshopper (what they didn't tell you)
Not so good at baseball
Poor Orville Thlap
The "I never did like you anyhow" stomp
There's no substitute for a cat
First it bit my behind
The "I eat kids" polka
Get your hand off of my leg and your foot out of my shoe
One big happy family
Five more minutes
If you know a kid who complains all the time
I don't believe you're going to the bathroom.
Humorous songs -- Juvenile sound recordings.
|Publisher|| Silver Spring, Md. :Rainbow Morning Music,2005
Barry Louis Polisar; with instrumental acc.
2 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.