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Kidzapalooza Volume One: CD Review

Kidzapalooza Volume One

This is the first cd release from a new label called Happiness Records – and it’s a pretty joyful one at that. Kidzapalooza Volume One features tracks from artists who’ve all played the Kidzapalooza stage. For those of you who don’t know, Kidzapalooza is an annual family festival that aims to expose kids to messages of kindness, happiness, respect and self-discovery through a combo concert/music festival that parents are welcome to attend, too.


The bright orange cover of the Kidzapalooza Volume One cd isn’t the most creative thing you’ve ever seen, but the music on the disc inside isn’t that bad at all:

  1. Cool To Be Uncool - The Jimmies
  2. Gotta Be Me - Secret Agent 23 Skidoo
  3. Cookie As Big As My Head - Lunch Money
  4. The Patience Bossa - Deborah Harry/Perry Farrell
  5. Nicky Nicky Knock Knock - The Dream Jam Band
  6. You Make Me Feel Good - Q Brothers
  7. In the Details - Lisa Loeb
  8. Back In the Day - Zach Gill
  9. Spring Has Sprung - Frances England
  10. Skip To My Lou - Candy Band
  11. Lucy's Parade - Jambo
  12. Fools Will Try - Ralph Covert

Remember, all the songs are pre-released, which means you may actually own them on different artists’ albums already. But if you’re looking for a good summer mix tape, this cd will work pretty well.


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