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Baby Beluga
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performed by Raffi, 1948- (Rounder Records, 1997), 35 mins
From probably the world's most popular whale, this record is a delight. For ages three to eight. ~ Bob Hinkle, All Music Guide
performed by Raffi, 1948- (Rounder Records, 1997), 35 mins
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Blanket Full Of Dreams
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performed by Cathy Fink, 1953- and Marcy Marxer, 1956- (Rounder Records, 1996), 42 mins
performed by Cathy Fink, 1953- and Marcy Marxer, 1956- (Rounder Records, 1996), 42 mins
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Broadway for Kids at the Rainbow Palace
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produced by Linda Arnold; performed by Linda Arnold (Rounder Records, 1991), 45 mins, 19 page(s)
produced by Linda Arnold; performed by Linda Arnold (Rounder Records, 1991), 45 mins, 19 page(s)
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Christmas Album
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produced by Ken Whiteley; performed by Raffi, 1948- (Rounder Records, 2002), 34 mins, 16 page(s)
produced by Ken Whiteley; performed by Raffi, 1948- (Rounder Records, 2002), 34 mins, 16 page(s)
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Moving Makes Me Magic
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produced by Yvonne Cheek Johnson (Folkways Records, 1979), 43 mins
produced by Yvonne Cheek Johnson (Folkways Records, 1979), 43 mins
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Peppermint Wings
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produced by Linda Arnold; performed by Linda Arnold (Rounder Records, 1990), 36 mins, 18 page(s)
produced by Linda Arnold; performed by Linda Arnold (Rounder Records, 1990), 36 mins, 18 page(s)
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Ring Games: Line Games and Play Party Songs of Alabama
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produced by Harold Courlander, 1908-1996 (Folkways Records, 1953), 18 mins

"Miss Mary Mack" may once have been one of the most universally sung children’s songs in the United States, but many of the other wonderful tunes in this collection remained local. The ring songs, line games and party songs were recorded in rural Alabama before desegregation.

produced by Harold Courlander, 1908-1996 (Folkways Records, 1953), 18 mins
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(Folkways Records, 1971), 42 mins
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Whoever Shall Have Some Good Peanuts
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(Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 2006), 42 mins
Sam Hinton’s Whoever Shall Have Some Good Peanuts, a delightful re-telling of traditional songs and stories, is a legendary folk album for children. Its reissue allows present and future generations to enjoy what Hinton, like all great folk singers, has done—take traditional songs and make them his own. As h...
(Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 2006), 42 mins
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