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Sunny Day

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Sunny Day
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Shoo Lie Loo
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Mr. Rabbit
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Ooki Na Kuri No Ki No Shita De (Under the Big Chestnut Tree)
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Keep on the Sunny Side
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Lovely Day
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Reggae in the Fields
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Ong Tal Sam (Little Spring)
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Tell It Again
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Green, Green Rocky Road
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School Days
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Mystery Train
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Oh, John the Rabbit
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David’s Mandolin
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This Little Light of Mine
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Fairy Tale Lullaby
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Elephants All Over the World
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My Little Buckaroo
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Tsuki (Moon)
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 43:31

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Got little kids? Get this.

Rico

Music for kids that adults can tolerate is rare. Here's an album of songs adults and kids will love. My three-year-old daughter makes me play this over and over. I don't mind. The songs respect my intelligence and hers, Elizabeth Mitchell sings beautifully and the musicianship is excellent. (I wish I knew who was playing mandolin.) Also check out Ida, which is Mitchell and her husband's band for adults.

They Say All Music Guide

Elizabeth Mitchell’s third collection of children’s music follows in the footsteps of fellow tyke crooner Dan Zanes by employing numerous styles, including folk, country, and world music, to convey a world that is as boundless and creative as childhood is. Sunny Day’s 19 tracks feature Mitchell along with husband Daniel Littleton, daughter Storey, and an eclectic group of friends which includes the aforementioned Zanes, legendary Band drummer Levon Helm, Jon Langford (Mekons, Waco Brothers), and Warren DeFever (His Name Is Alive). It’s a quaint, earthy affair that hardly feels like a cookie cutter, keyboard-and-funny-voice-driven children’s record, relying instead on Appalachian and international folk songs and lullabies with an emphasis on acoustic arrangements. In short, it’s a sweet and serene collection of songs for kids that adults won’t tire of, let alone play begrudgingly. – James Christopher Monger

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