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kids rock! 5

Artist Song Buy
the quinto sisters  confidence  buy on itunes
stanley livingston  hairspray  buy on itunes
dolly parton  puppy love  buy on itunes
katie sweet  i love to rock  buy on itunes
care bears on fire  everybody else  buy on itunes
billy and the kids  say you love me  buy on itunes
3 stars  jersey slide pt. 1  buy on itunes
little stevie wonder  monkey talk  buy on itunes
little man & the inquires  funky breakdown  buy on itunes
the eight minutes  i can't get no higher  buy on itunes
justice  d.a.n.c.e.  buy on itunes
norma tracey and the cinderella kids  leroy  buy on itunes
r.w. children's chorus  the rain, the park and other things  buy on itunes
mike lymon and the little people  message to pretty  buy on itunes
johnny whitaker  sigmund & the sea monsters  buy on itunes
manchild singers  right on  buy on itunes
the wilcannia mob  down river  buy on itunes
the greer brothers  we don't dig no busing  buy on itunes
tiny masters of today  k.i.d.s.  buy on itunes
cafe con leche  the bubblegum song  buy on itunes
the do-re-mi children's chorus  bend me, shape me  buy on itunes
michael vance  michael's love song  buy on itunes
ponderosa twins plus one  mama's little baby  buy on itunes
young gents  big things come in small packages  buy on itunes
sugar chile robinson  christmas boogie  buy on itunes
sesame street kids  "the sesame street song in spanish"  buy on itunes
children of n.y.p.s. 63  our happy neighbor mexico  buy on itunes
janaki & brahmanandan  ezhupaalam kadamnu  buy on itunes
bjork gudmundsdottir  himnafor  buy on itunes
the mickey mouse club  we're the mouseketeers  buy on itunes

Comment:

It's the series that refuses to die, though I'm sure a few of you wish it would! ;) Volume 5 is more of the same: kids singing their little hearts out. This edition includes some contemporary artists (Care Bears On Fire, Tiny Masters of Today), plenty of twee funk (including a couple tracks from the recently released Home Schooled compilation), some rap (Australia's Wilcannia Mob, who appear on M.I.A.'s last CD) and a few artists that appeared on previous volumes -- but not Jimmy Osmond, thank God. You'll also find some 60s covers (Cowsills, American Breed and Love), an obligatory Christmas song for the holidays and something from Bjork's real debut, released when she was 12.
Thanks to Thomas Mohr for introducing me to that Justice track, though now I hear it everywhere. I even danced to it at a wedding a few months ago. Also have to give props to CinnamonK for contributing several songs. He's posted mixes here in the past, and now operates an excellent blog called Bubblegum Soup
A quiz? Why yes. Same as before. Be the first to correctly identify the kids on the cover (they're all on the mix), and a copy is yours. And last but not least -- season's greetings to all my fellow Art of the Mixers!
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Mixxer
Date: 12/21/2007
The one in the upper left is Bj÷rk at age 12. I think the other 3 are pretty obvious.
Rock on kids! and Merry Christmas Moe!
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gabechouinard
Date: 12/21/2007
My almost-nine-year-old recently discovered Care Bears On Fire. I fear.
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Orchid
Date: 12/21/2007
Good lord, I'd love to hear this... Care Bears on Fire and Norma Tracy & the Cinderella Kids look especially divine. Didn't realize the members of Justice were children.
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KathrynandRupert
Date: 12/22/2007
This may inspire some to youthanasia, not me I assure you as I'm ignorant of most of the tracks. I feel no need to enter the quiz since I finally came up with a Moe-proof quiz on a recent mix and that satisfies me. Yuletide greetings to you, expect some Leamington Spa mixes in the new year.
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p the swede
Date: 12/22/2007
coooooooool, have a great holiday
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sport !
Date: 12/22/2007
This might be the best installment yet! I'm gonna guess Johnny Whitaker, Little Stevie Wonder, Katie Sweet and a young man from Eight Minutes.
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hemizen
Date: 12/22/2007
Love the Dooly Parton and the Mickey Mouse Club tracks.
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valis
Date: 12/22/2007
Call me inspired as per KathrynandRupert! "Youthanasia" indeed! No one knows like Moe knows and Moe knows those wot he chose.
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blasikin
Date: 12/22/2007
I love this series, love to hear it! "We don't dig no busing"? I didn't know there were any songs about integrating schools. I'm going with Katie Sweet, Lil' Stevie, Michael Vance, and Norma Tracy going clockwise from top left.
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Salman1
Date: 12/22/2007
Wow, I don't know where you keep finding these tracks and how you keep churning out all these themed mixes, but damn, keep 'em coming!
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Moe
Date: 12/22/2007
Well you got one right, blasikin! No correct answers yet, so keep trying! Yes, the five Greer brothers (ages 9 through 14) weren't too thrilled with busing (and Richard Nixon), and expressed it on this single, released in 1973.
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sammyg123
Date: 12/22/2007
Hey, thanks for the link to the fantastic bubblegum blog Moe. Although you shouldn't tell everyone all your secrets. I have aone legged Norweigan Elf compile all my mixes, he then sells them to me for tuppence each, but I'm in no rush to tell others on here about it. It can just be our secret.
The mix is fab of course, the kids rock series being the second best series on the site ( after pet soundalikes ), yr just too good. Don't know about the pics but I'm guessing the kid on the bottom right is Arnold from Diffrent Strokes...
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French Connection
Date: 12/22/2007
Vive l'enfants. Haven't got a clue re the quiz or the contents of the mix to that matter but am betting my last euro it be a top melange.
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Barrydali
Date: 12/22/2007
Utterly brilliant amigo and I only know a small percentage of it. Put one aside for me, I'll be in touch in the new year.
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Rob Conroy
Date: 12/22/2007
Looks like a fine addition to this mildly disturbing, yet always entertaining series. ;-) Season's greetings to you, as well, my friend, and all the best to you & yours in '08.
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doowad
Date: 12/22/2007
What I know, I like. Special kudos for the sigmund & the sea monsters
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Saaf
Date: 12/22/2007
Go, man, go! Love those old Bj÷rk trax. Merry Xmas!
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anthony lombardi
Date: 12/22/2007
now only if i had this when i was a kid...
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Curtis_Burns
Date: 12/22/2007
No Jimmy Osmond! No Jimmy Osmond...well, it looks pretty good anyway. And, uhm, taking a stab clockwise from the top left: Johnny Whitaker, Little Stevie, Sugar Chile Robinson and Dolly Parton.
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SwankQueen
Date: 12/23/2007
All kinds of fun. Happy holidays!
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musicgnome
Date: 12/23/2007
MY GOODNESS. SO many awesome mixes...so little time. But, I am sure I will make time for this toy under the tree.
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tornadoZ
Date: 12/27/2007
the series that refuses to grow up, you mean. and why should it. this looks like a great set that I, too, would love to hear. especially the do-re-mi children's chorus & janaki & brahmanandan, to name just a couple here that pique my interest. Happy Holidays, Moe!
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Skipper Bartlett
Date: 12/30/2007
I thought there was a Moe mix that had slipped by me. Yeah...kids singing...I'll take your word for it. Still, Little Stevie Wonder is the rockinest that he ever was.
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zachrobbins
Date: 1/4/2008
still at it! awesome!
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tornadoZ
Date: 1/17/2008
it's as good as we'd all hoped it would be. wonderful! favorites are 3 Stars, Little Stevie Wonder, Justice, The Wilcannia Mob, Michael Vance, Sesame Street Kids in Spanish, Children of N.Y.P.S. 63 and Janaki & Brahmanandan. but the one we all liked most of all was "Hairspray" by Stanley Livington. that song's pretty incredible. thanks a lot, Moe!

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