Tell Us A Tale Tunes

7 March 2010

Theme: Colorful Tunes

[Format: Song, Artist, CD, Label]

The Green Grass Grows All Around, Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem, Ranky Tanky, Signature Sounds

Purple People Eater,  Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem, Ranky Tanky, Signature Sounds

Lavender Blue, Burl Ives, Songs of Charm, Humour a   and Society, Jasmine Music

Bein’ Green, Kermit the Frog, Songs From the Street: 35 Years of Music, Koch Records

Blue-Tail Fly (Jimmy Crack Corn), Tom Glazer, …Sings Honk-Hiss-Tweet-GGGGGGGGGG and Other Children’s Favorites, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Old Blue, Sam Hinton, Whoever Shall Have Some Good Peanuts, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Red Waltz Mandolin, Jan Smith, Jeff Vogelgesang, Tom Proutt, Gerald Soriano (live on Tell Us A Tale)

That Old Black Magic, Spike Jones, The Very Worst of Spike Jones, Nimbus Records

The Blue Danube, Spike Jones, The Very Worst of Spike Jones, Nimbus Records

East Virginia Blues, Jonny and the Jambusters, It Takes One To Know One, Jon Lohman

La Petite Poule Blanche/Fais Do Do, Michael Doucet, Le Hoogie Boogie: Louisiana French Music for Children, Rounder Records

Green Leaf, Greg Brown, Bathtub Blues, Red House

I’ve Got the Blues, Greens and Reds, Tom Chapin, Billy the Squid, Sony

Hey Little Red Bird, Dan Zanes, House Party, Festival Five Records

Red River Valley, Buck Howdy, Pete Seeger – Ageless Kids’ Songs, Prairie Dog Entertainment

Purple Elephant, Rick Scott, Making Faces, Jester Records

Colors, Lillian Allen, Family Folk Festival, Music For Little People

Little White Duck, Burl Ives, … Sings Little White Duck, Columbia

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