13 Songs, 33 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

Kelbons ,

They keep on getting better!

Our family has been following Imagination Movers for over ten years. We have all of their albums and DVDs, have been to countless live shows, and have had the privilege to come to know them personally. I have to say that this, their tenth album, is proof that they are an ever-evolving group of musicians. They have a unique way of bringing us contemporary rock music that you can jam to which at the same time caters to family demographic. The Movers are never condescending to their audience, and are gracious to guest artists on their albums.
The joy of their music is felt in the lyrics of “Socks,” while “Butterfly Wings” tugs at the heartstrings of every daughter’s parent.
Never stop doing what you do, boys. You keep us rocking like no other!

MorganBx3 ,

Best one yet.

You can hear how the Movers have grown and evolved over the past 10 albums and 15 years, and it comes through solidly in this album, their best one yet. Beautiful and fun music, messages, and themes for the whole family.

About Imagination Movers

Formed in New Orleans, LA, in 2003 by longtime friends Rich Collins, Scott Durbin, Dave Poche, and Scott "Smitty" Smith, Imagination Movers are a fun, vibrant band that concentrates on writing and releasing songs and albums for children. The group was originally a television concept pitched to local PBS stations, and soon one-minute videos produced by the group began appearing on local stations. Specializing in positive educational songs for kids, but full of rhythms and melodies that adults could also connect with, the Movers soon had a strong regional following across multiple age groups. The group released several independent albums, including Good Ideas in 2003, Calling All Movers in 2004, and Eight Feet in 2005, along with a DVD, Stir It Up, in 2004. Disney began courting the Movers in 2005, but devastation from Hurricane Katrina hit the New Orleans-based group hard, and it was the spring of 2006 before a deal was officially signed. The group's first album for Disney, Juice Box Heroes, was released in 2008. That same year the Movers began appearing as part of Disney's Playhouse Disney preschool television block in a show simply called Imagination Movers. A second Disney album, For Those About to Hop, saw the light in 2009. ~ Steve Leggett

New Orleans, LA