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January 1, 2008 Father Goose, also known as Rankin' Don, also known as Wayne Rhoden, began his music career in reggae dancehalls. But his latest incarnation finds him playing for kids. Michele Norris speaks with Father Goose about his new album It's A Bam Bam Diddly. The CD draws heavily from the music he heard growing up in Jamaica.
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December 24, 2007 Kids' music comes in virtually every style and stripe, and varies wildly in quality. The best kids' albums of 2007 have appeal for kids and adults alike, and are suitable for listening, even while the whole family is in the car together. Highlights include Recess Monkey and many more.
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