Jump Children

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All Music Guide - Johnny Loftus
Marcy Marxer's 1986 Rounder release, Jump Children, utilizes a mix of musical styles -- including swing, folk, and light pop -- to make children's music as enjoyable as it is functional. What's nice about Jump is that it treats kids with respect. Sure, it's easy to follow, features funny animal noises in "Grandpa's Farm," and is designed with the short attention of little kids in mind. But a gorgeous, warm-toned acoustic instrumental of "Pop Goes the Weasel" wouldn't be out of place on a contemporary folk album, and the lullaby "Time to Sleep" finds Marxer's vocal and guitar accompanied by accordion. There's no decree that states all children's music needs to feature ...
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All Music Guide - Johnny Loftus
Marcy Marxer's 1986 Rounder release, Jump Children, utilizes a mix of musical styles -- including swing, folk, and light pop -- to make children's music as enjoyable as it is functional. What's nice about Jump is that it treats kids with respect. Sure, it's easy to follow, features funny animal noises in "Grandpa's Farm," and is designed with the short attention of little kids in mind. But a gorgeous, warm-toned acoustic instrumental of "Pop Goes the Weasel" wouldn't be out of place on a contemporary folk album, and the lullaby "Time to Sleep" finds Marxer's vocal and guitar accompanied by accordion. There's no decree that states all children's music needs to feature cloying kids' choirs and hokey synth backdrops. With Jump Children, Marxer proves that kids of all ages will know tastefulness when they hear it.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/25/1990
  • Label: Rounder Select
  • UPC: 011661801226
  • Catalog Number: 8012

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Marcy Marxer Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Accordion, Vocals
Cathy Fink Banjo, Vocals, Vocal Harmony
Walter Thompson Drums
Lorraine Duisit Harp, Background Vocals
Maria Rodriguez Piano
Judy Dunleavy Vocal Harmony
Tim Eyermann Saxophone
Joe Fallon Bass
Ralph Gordon Bass, Cello
David Kane Piano
Pete Kennedy Electric Guitar
Terry Leonino Vocal Harmony
Robbie Magruder Drums
Mike Stein Fiddle
Paul White Conga, Tambourine
David Roche Electric Guitar
Kenny Hall Choir, Chorus
Lukas Filler Choir, Chorus
Jessie Karpf Choir, Chorus
Melissa Lamaze Choir, Chorus
Betsy Pitlick Choir, Chorus
Jennifer Urban Choir, Chorus
Nadia Wang Choir, Chorus
Julie Zurfluh Choir, Chorus
Joe Herrmann Fiddle
Peter Gordon Rhythm Guitar
Andrea Lachin Choir, Chorus
Austin Leib Choir, Chorus
Jamie Lamm Electric Bass
Brian Smith Bass
Technical Credits
Cathy Fink Producer
Marcy Marxer Producer
Paul Campbell Composer
Sam Herrmann Contributor
Jim Robeson Engineer
Richard Spencer Cover Design
David Stone Engineer
Nancy Jean Anderson Cover Design
Donna Wisniewksi Artwork, Cover Design
Public Domain Composer
Traditional Composer
Jack Atlas Composer
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