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Monday, October 31, 2005

Creepy, Sepulchral Music for Kids

I was checking out the news section of One Whiskey, a Mark Lanegan fan site, hoping to find the release date for the Lanegan-Isobel Campbell album, when I found instead that my favorite musician will be on a CD meant for kids. The guy who makes a living singing about heroin, booze, junkies, burial shrouds, and death is going to perform something called “Sneakers” for Sandra Boynton’s book/CD set, Dog Train.

Presumably, it will be a sing-along.

Sheer curiosity means that I’ll own the thing. You have to sit back and wonder precisely how this happened, though.

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Sandra Boynton is great stuff. I don’t own any of her CDs (yet), but “Moo, Baa, La La La,” “Red Hat, Green Hat,” and others are classics of toddler literature, and also an essential part of Christian’s bedtime ritual.

I’ll get this CD and let you know.

on Oct 31 2005 @ 12:30 PM

I’ve never seen any of her books, but the artwork looks really familiar. I’m pretty sure I’ve seen it somewhere before.

Definitely let me know how the CD is--and whether a kidless adult could enjoy it along with the book.

on Oct 31 2005 @ 01:16 PM

She’s done a bunch of greeting cards, so that’s probably where you’ve seen the artwork.

on Nov 01 2005 @ 09:04 AM
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