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We're Not In Kansas Anymore

SKU:  2244226

Recorded by: Alan Root

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1. World In My Brain(00:03:05)
2. Brave Dave(00:03:48)
3. Say It!(00:03:22)
4. The Far Off Country(00:04:22)
5. Everyone In Trouble(00:02:50)
6. One More Star(00:03:09)
7. Bugs(00:03:00)
8. I Love My Dad(00:03:45)
9. Creation Song(00:03:12)
10. Jesus Inside Me(00:02:59)
11. Pharoah, Pharoah(00:04:08)
12. The Ten Commands(00:04:03)

Product Overview

Street Date: 01/01/1999
WE'RE NOT IN KANSAS ANYMORE (Toto has left the building) is perhaps Alan's best selling project. The title became necessary after Alan deemed none of the song titles were quite descriptive of the technicolor kid music that happened here! Thinking to himself, this is a whole new way of looking at kids music, the land of Oz was about the best fit. Anyway, the first shot out of the box is called There's a World in my Brain, and is a tune originally written for Dodge trucks as a Walter Middy moment, dreaming of all the heroic exploits our imaginations cook up. Brave Dave tells of the love of God for a heart like King David's. Say It is a gentle encouragement to witness, The Far Off Country is inspired by the yearning deep within each of us for the place where God makes everything right. One More Star is a crowd pleaser and is one of Alan's best known and best loved tunes. Bugs is a Shel-Silverstein-like view into the way kids see God's creation. I Love My Dad is Alan's tribute to his own dad, though he doesn't really remember him climbing trees. The all time best way to remember the days of creation is offered by the song, Creation Song: lightday, skyday, dryday, sunday, flapday, manday, and breakday. Pharaoh makes it's large presence known on this CD as well as on FORTUNATE RECIPIENT and POPCORN AND PJS. And the Ten Commandments are sung as a simple pneumonic. The entire project is romping, stomping, rock and roll fun. Ages 7-12.

Product Details

Weight (lb) 0.2
Width (in) 5.5
Length (in) 5
Height (in) 0.4
Product Format Burn On Demand
Label Imprint (C) 1999 Kidrock Radio
Subject Category Kids
Number of Songs 12
Playing Time 00:41:48
UPC 634479303265

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