Children's Songs and Stories

Children's Songs and Stories

Ed McCurdy FW07771 / SC 7771

A dappled horse says, "People have the oddest habit. They take their shoes off when they go to bed. Isn’t that silly?" How does a teakettle arrange a stage debut at a real concert hall...for singing? Ed McCurdy tells you, in his collection of songs, children’s stories and poems.

Year Released 1959
Record Label Folkways Records
Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
Copyright 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / 1959 Folkways Records
Genre(s) Children's
Country(s) United States
Language(s) English
Subject(s) Instructional; Music--Juvenile; Spoken word
Credits

Download Liner Notes


101 People and Horses Ed McCurdy 3:02
102 If I Were a Duck Ed McCurdy 0:58
103 The Little Snail Ed McCurdy 1:03
104 The Clock That Told the Wrong Time Ed McCurdy 5:23
105 Once There was a Woodpecker Ed McCurdy 2:05
106 The Scarecrow Ed McCurdy 7:28
201 Once There was a Little Girl Ed McCurdy 0:42
202 Freddie was a Fine Young Man Ed McCurdy 0:56
203 The Teakettle Who Wanted toSink like People Ed McCurdy 4:44
204 The Very Green Fields of Ireland Ed McCurdy 1:31
205 I Had a Little Dog Ed McCurdy 1:30
206 The Young Violet Ed McCurdy 4:40
207 Crocodile Song Ed McCurdy 3:03
208 The Echo That Got Lost Ed McCurdy 3:05
Comments powered by Disqus