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Sweet Honey In The Rock
I Got Shoes

I Got Shoes
African Numbers 20
Tama Tama Tamali
Little David, Play On Your Harp
African Numbers 12
Freedom Now
Run Molly Run
Young and Positive
African Numbers 8
Deep Blue Sea
Shoo Fly, Don't Bother Me
African Numbers 10
Freedom Train
African Numbers 16
Down the Road I Be Going
Look! Look! The Sun Woke Up!
Spirit Lullaby

This is a great recording for children to be introduced to music of African cultures, gospel, both traditional and original African-American children's songs and supportive songs for growing youngsters. "I Got Shoes" could well be considered for very young children. A series of five "African Numbers" has vocal backgrounds of African texture on top of which are counted numbers in English (1-20), Japanese (1-12), Swahili (1-8), French (1-10) and Spanish (1-16). There is a rap song featuring a refrain by the Sweet Honey In The Rock Children's Chorus which deals with ethics on a young persons level. It is entitled "Young and Positive" and tells kids that they are the future and how to keep their sights set high. There is the archetypical Sweet Honey message in "Freedom Train." The whole recording is like a composition that ends with one of the most beautiful songs they have ever sung, "Spirit Lullaby." Sweet Honey is extraordinary!

Item code: 8509C | 1 CD | $12.98 add item to cart
World | Female | United States

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