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Disney

Already perhaps one of the most well-known family and children’s film companies, Disney entered the music industry in 1949 with the forming of the Walt Disney Music Company, which posted the music from your studio’s films, you start with the next year’s Cinderella. Within the ’50s, Disney also created their …

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Dr. Seuss

Pulitzer Reward and Academy Award-winning article writer/illustrator Dr. Seuss (1904-1991) a.k.a. Theodore Geisel produced a few of the most well-known and long lasting children’s books from the 20th hundred years. After going to Dartmouth and Oxford University or college and doing work for a period in marketing, he released his …

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Kenny Aaronson

Kenny Aaronson has already established an extremely prolific career using a whole lot of rock and roll bands over time. A number of the features of his profession include using Foghat, Bob Dylan, Hall and Oates, Sammy Hagar, Leslie Western world, Rick Derringer, Dave Edmunds, and Graham Parker. His bass …

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SpongeBob Schwammkopf

Going for a cue from your ’90s CD series Pass away Schlümpfe, where tunes from your charts had been rearranged as dance slashes with vocals sung from the animated Smurf character types, the SpongeBob Schwammkopf album series features famous monitors with new German lyrics sung by Santiago Ziesmer, the German …

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Dobus

Dobus is a Belgian children’s tv program centered round the name character of the circus clown. As performed by acting professional Patrick Onzia, Dobus is usually a funny, lovable clown who gets in a variety of misadventures along with his two clown close friends, Sollie (performed by Peter Bulckaen) and …

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Bibi und Tina

Bibi und Tina is a spin-off of the favorite German radio present and animated tv series Bibi Blocksberg. Bibi und Tina comes after the travels of 13-year-old witch Bibi and her friend Tina Martin, who lives on the plantation with her mom as they find it difficult to earn a …

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Marisa Brown

Given birth to and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in age group two Marisa Dark brown became convinced she was a music genius when she corrected her mother’s pitch throughout a lullaby (though perhaps a far more astute kid would’ve realized that the solid arm of future was guiding her …

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Jim Weiss

Jim Weiss is among several children’s artists who’ll can get on stage with only his tone of voice. Yet that tone of voice, at times calming and sometimes spellbinding, offers enthralled an incredible number of children through recordings and concerts. Weiss’ storytelling, and specifically, his collection of materials, offers garnered …

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Paper Garden

This NY group recorded an accomplished album of psychedelic play 1968, drawing liberally in the Lovin’ Spoonful and Magical Mystery Tour-era Beatles, aswell as the block harmonies from the 1967-era Zombies. Bassist, 12-string guitarist, and vocalist Joe Arduino; tempo guitarist, keyboard participant, and vocalist Sandy Napoli (who also performed sitar); …

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Radau

Hailing from the town of Hamburg, Radau had been a German kids’s entertainment music group. Composed of multi-instrumentalists Arne Gedigk, Christian Herzog, Oliver Bergmann, and Achim Ore, the group became a member of pushes after having resided together for quite a while in Hamburg’s traditional western region of Altona. Throughout …

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