Lunchroom Tales: A Natural History of the Cafetorium

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/30/1997
  • Label: Round River
  • UPC: 719084011023
  • Catalog Number: 110
  • Sales rank: 147,454

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Bill Harley Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals, cast
Keith Munslow Percussion, Keyboards, Background Vocals, Voices, Melodica, cast
Therese Desmarais Percussion, Drums, Background Vocals, Voices, cast
Nano Valerio Bass, Percussion, Conga, Background Vocals, Voices, cast
Ray Cavicchio Accordion
Kim Kredich Background Vocals
Kate Loman Voices
Michael Zerphy cast
Technical Credits
Bill Harley Producer, Book
Debbie Block Producer
David Correia Engineer, Mastering
Chris Difonzo Engineer
Kenny Raskin Director
Susan Snitzer Art Direction
Aaron Usher III Cover Photo
Dylan Block Harley Spiritual Advisor
Frank Bolle Illustrations
Oskar Eustis Artistic Director
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    You Can Even Smell the Chalk and Library Paste

    Sometimes it seems like kids and their parents live in totally different worlds, but listening to Lunchroom Tales with your kids takes you all into the same place--the school, where teachers, principals, and kids all seem timeless. Bill Harley works his usual magic, bringing laughs, tears, fond memories, and not-so-fond memories to his listeners all in the short space of one story. These stories of the triumphs, fears, fun, and just plain weirdness of going to school speaks to both kids and adults. You'll love it.

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