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Wed, 29 Mar 2006

Kiddie Songs / The Tinseltown Players
Speaking of Peter Gunn, as I was in my last review, I noticed that there are suddenly a whole bunch of new albums on the iTMS from a record (and I do mean record) label called Crown. They're mostly covers, and look (and sound) like they came from 60s vinyl. I hope nobody picks up one of these discs thinking they're getting the original of Ode to Billie Joe, or Harper Valley PTA, or the aforementioned Peter Gunn theme. Accept no substitutes! Unless they're really good, of course.

Which brings me to this disc of almost painfully quaint children's songs. Which I wouldn't mention at all, except for what caught my eye in the track listings: a rendition of Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat that some overly sensitive censor at Apple or the record label has expurgated to P***y Cat P***y Cat. Anybody looking for shocking material will certainly be shocked by how shocked they aren't.

Kiddie Songs
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