Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Little Big Songs - Review!!

My girls love music....Especially Ellie....She will listen to all genres of music which I think is a great thing!

We were sent a lovely CD called Little Big Songs....


Jerry O’Regan, a musician and writer from Edinburgh, has created a CD of original, sing-along songs telling real-life stories from a young child’s point of view. The CD includes songs about who’s who in the family, the foods we eat, moving house and telling the time, and celebrates simple pleasures like watching a ladybird and making a wish. These are all real, everyday experiences which a young child can immediately relate to – and thanks to strong, catchy melodies played by a great band and singers, children love hearing Little Big Songs over and over again.

The packaging is so cute....In the CD package there was a real treat....A lovely little booklet with all the lyrics and beautiful illustrations.....Ellie was very pleased...She likes to know the all the words.


 There are 11 original songs on the CD which run for just over half and hour....

Song titles
Scrub-a-Dub. The Day We Moved. In the Family. Ladybird, Ladybird. Ooh, That’s Lovely Grub. What’s the Time, Mr. Wolf? Pipes and Taps. Have You Ever Made a Wish? They’re Digging Up the Road Again. The Smallest Christmas Tree. Goodnight, Mr. Moon.

I thought they were great songs...Very catchy and a couple had Ellie and myself giggling!! Our favourite was Ooh, That’s Lovely Grub....So funny!

This is a lovely CD for younger children who may have grown tired of the more traditional nursery rhymes...

You can order a CD and download Little Big Songs direct from JerryCo Music and Little Big Songs or from iTunes, AmazonMP3 and other sites...You can also visit the Facebook page...

http://www.myfamilyfever.co.uk/2014/01/tried-and-tested-tuesday.html

I was sent this CD free of charge...This is my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own...
 

6 comments :

  1. What a cute little CD with a great range of songs. Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested

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  2. This sounds lovely, right up our street #TriedTested

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  3. This sounds like a great CD. Scarlett's favourite would be What's the time, Mr Wolf x

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  4. Sounds like a brilliant CD. Right now I'm enjoying getting away with olaying my songs in the car, not sure if I'm looking forward to the nursery rhyme journeys! #TriedTested

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  5. What a lovely-sounding CD. We're always listening to nursery rhymes or making up songs in our household.

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