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Me too show. Selections
My street begins at my house.--Let's build a street.--Once there was a king.--It's raining cats and dogs.--Rain, rain go away.--What flies.--If I were an animal.--The world of Whickum--Whackum.
CD 75
My street begins at my house and other songs and rhythms from "The Me Too Show" / Ella Jenkins.
My street begins at my house.--Let's build a street.--Once there was a king.--It's raining cats and dogs.--Rain, rain go away.--What flies.--If I were an animal.--The world of Whickum--Whackum.
CD 75
Rhythms of childhood Ella Jenkins.
Pretty trees around the world (3:41) -- The cedar trees (1:33) --The cuckoo (2:50) -- Wake up, little sparrow (2:34) -- Maid of Japan (3:13) --Row, row, row your boat ; Michael row your boat ashore ; Canoe song (4:15) --Skip to my lou ; Red River Valley dancing theme ; Reel (5:40) -- Banjo medley(2:13) -- All will be dancing (2:24) -- African impressions (Part 1) (5:00) --African impressions (Part 2): Kum-ba-ya ; O reign o ; En-komo-zee-gah-ba-ba(6:18).
CD 87
This-a-way, that-a-way
This-a-way That-a-way.--Miss Mary Mack.--I like the way that they stack the hay.--Do you know your county?.--I know a Tom.--Miss Sue.--Please is a pleasant expression.--The Cuckoo bird.--The Jolly bus line.--I love to ride.--Goin' to Kentucky.--Turkey in the straw.--Sing me a song again, Ella.
CD 74
Travellin' with Ella Jenkins a bilingual journey
Greetings in many languages (1:53) -- Hukilau (2:52) -- Blow the balloon (2:05) -- A yodeling song (2:11) -- In Australia (2:16) -- Bulbe (Potatoes) (1:47) -- As the rabbi (2:18) -- Rabbi teaches ABC's (2:19) -- The rabbi Elimelech (1:17)-- Cultivo una rosa blanca (1:27) -- Que bonita bandera (1:20) -- Jazz music (1:58) -- They all axed for you (1:36) -- Hevenu Shalom A'leychum ; Y-ah-seh Shalom (2:36) -- Arabic mood (1:30) -- Thank you in several languages (:52).
CD 124
We are America's children Ella Jenkins.
We are America's Children / words & music by Ella Jenkins (bothgroups) (1:40) -- Happy birthday dear America (both groups) ; In 1776 / wordsby Bernadelle Richter (Glen Ellyn Children's Chorus) (:52) -- I woke up thismorning (Raymond School Children's Choir ; Joseph Brewer, piano) (2:01) -- Weare native American tribes (both groups & drum) ; Sheenasha (both group) (2:28)-- Black children was born (both group) (2:42) -- Steal away ; I'm on my way(Raymond School Children's Choir ; Joseph Brewer, piano) (4:05) -- This land isyour land / Woody Guthrie (Glen Ellyn Children's Chorus) (2:56) -- Ol' Texas(both groups) (1:31) -- Down in New Orleans / words & music by Ella Jenkins(both groups) (:34) -- Blues (both groups) (1:55) -- Come here / words & musicby Ella Jenkins (both groups) (1:21) -- We are jolly sailors / words & music byMary Ellis (Glen Ellyn Children's Chorus) (1:27) -- Ezekiel saw the wheel
CD 80