Play It Again: Favorite Songs (& One New Story)

Play It Again: Favorite Songs (& One New Story)

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by Bill Harley
     
 
Bill Harley is a singer/songwriter and children's entertainer who has been in the game for quite a few years, and most of the material on 1999's Play It Again (as the title suggests) has been released on his other albums. It is all high-quality "kid stuff" with a message, and nicely performed, arranged, and recorded as well. Among the set's 14 tracks are two

Overview

Bill Harley is a singer/songwriter and children's entertainer who has been in the game for quite a few years, and most of the material on 1999's Play It Again (as the title suggests) has been released on his other albums. It is all high-quality "kid stuff" with a message, and nicely performed, arranged, and recorded as well. Among the set's 14 tracks are two original, previously unreleased tunes ("50 Ways to Fool Your Mother" and "Monsters in the Bathroom") and a new story ("You're Not the Boss of Me"). Folk, world pop, and even rap get the Harley treatment and, with a running time of almost an hour, these tunes will keep the kids engaged in the car or in the home. Harley has a real gift and, if you're unfamiliar with his work, this album is a great introduction.

Product Details

Release Date:
12/04/1995
Label:
Round River
UPC:
0719084011528
catalogNumber:
115
Rank:
197623

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Bill Harley   Primary Artist,Guitar,Electric Guitar,Vocals,Choir, Chorus,Various,Breathing
Keith Munslow   Voices,Choir, Chorus,Beat Box,Barking,Yells

Technical Credits

David Correia   Engineer,Remixing
Keith Munslow   Contributor

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Play It Again: Favorite Songs (& One New Story) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a great recording! Bill is a true genius at capturing the essence of the trials of childhood. Children and adults alike will find themselves humming, "You're In Trouble" at very odd moments! This is one of my third grade students favorite Bill Harley cd's but it's great for kids up to about 12 as well. Anything Bill does is done with a great deal of care and good taste.