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You Are My Sunshine

  • List Price: $13.98
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  • Seller:MovieMars-CDs
  • Sales Rank:15,266
  • Languages:English (Original Language), English (Unknown)
  • Media:Audio CD
  • Number Of Discs:1
  • Rating:NR (Not Rated)
  • Discs:1
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.1
  • Dimensions (in):5.5 x 4.9 x 0.3
  • Publication Date:June 10, 2003
  • UPC:751937220824
  • EAN:0751937220824
  • ASIN:B00007LB2W
Availability:Usually ships in 1-2 business days

Features:
  • Elizabeth Mitchell
  • Children's Music
  • Indie Music
  • Folk
  • pop

Tracks
  • So Glad I'm Here
  • Skip To My Lou
  • Ladybug Picnic
  • Hey Bo Diddley
  • Crawdad
  • Alphabet Dub
  • Car Car
  • Ooby Dooby
  • You Are My Sunshine
  • Goin Down the Road
  • Black Jack Baby
  • Jubilee
  • Here Comes My Baby
  • Three Is the Magic Number
  • Froggy Went A Courtin
  • Irene Goodnight


Editorial Reviews:
Synopsis
Elizabeth Mitchell is a smidge less locked into the no-frills folkie formula on You Are My Sunshine than on her debut, You Are My Flower. In fact, if you subtract the A-list collaborators (and, OK, the dulcimers, mandolins, and human beat boxes), Mitchell starts to look a lot like the female Dan Zanes. The same rootsy sensibility rules both artists' recordings, as does a reverence for tried-and-true folk tunes ("Good Night Irene," "Skip to My Lou") and clean production. More significantly, slivers of Zane-like adventurousness shine through here: "Alphabet Dub" set the ABCs to a reggae beat; "Hey Bo Diddley" tips its hat to the rock & roll pioneer; and the kids are called in to spice up "Crawdad." Counting kids' artists who are genuinely cool still requires fewer than 10 fingers, but with Flower and Sunshine, Mitchell proves she's among the elite.
Amazon.com
Elizabeth Mitchell is a smidge less locked into the no-frills folkie formula on You Are My Sunshine than on her debut, You Are My Flower. In fact, if you subtract the A-list collaborators (and, OK, the dulcimers, mandolins, and human beat boxes), Mitchell starts to look a lot like the female Dan Zanes. The same rootsy sensibility rules both artists’ recordings, as does a reverence for tried-and-true folk tunes ("Good Night Irene," "Skip to My Lou") and clean production. More significantly, slivers of Zane-like adventurousness shine through here: "Alphabet Dub" set the ABCs to a reggae beat; "Hey Bo Diddley" tips its hat to the rock & roll pioneer; and the kids are called in to spice up "Crawdad." Counting kids' artists who are genuinely cool still requires fewer than 10 fingers, but with Flower and Sunshine, Mitchell proves she's among the elite. --Tammy La Gorce

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