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Album Review

Making a children’s album was a natural choice for Wayne Brady, whose knack for mimicry, thinking on his feet (literally), and strong, expressive voice made him a favorite on Whose Line Is It Anyway? And playing to the strengths of this man of a dozen personas, there's a radio concept here that allows him to play master of ceremonies, slipping in vocal asides and introductions to most of the songs. Despite boasting only average production and tame songwriting, Radio Wayne has a few highlights. The material includes an inspiring or cautionary song about nearly every subject common to children’s music (“Say Please,” “Wash Your Hands,” “You Are What You Eat”). Brady shines on a few nonsense songs — “The High-Low,” “The Music Song” — and channels a few musical greats (James Brown for "Say Please," P-Funk on "Reading Can Be Fun"), while the productions occasionally rise to meet his performance energy. One of the other highlights, both for performance and production, is an inspired cover of “Talk to the Animals” (originally from Dr. Doolittle), with most of the arrangements coming from animal noises.

Customer Reviews

I wish I had this CD growing up!

What an awesome CD. It reminds me a lot of school house rock. You learn something and like it at the same time. I also love the fact that it won't drove me nuts if it's on repeat in the car like some of the other kids cd's we listen to. I enjoy it as well. Great job Wayne and thanks for the great music.

It's a winner!

I think this is an awesome CD. I work in the child care profession and also agree that our children need to hear wholesome music and have fun. GREAT!!

Thanks Wayne!!!

Thanks and Kudos to Wayne Brady for making an album that has a catchy beat, is so much fun, AND has a positive message. My 3 elementary school aged children love it, and so do I!


Born: June 2, 1972 in Orlando, FL

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Comic and singer Wayne Brady may have made one of his most lasting marks by serenading audience members with love ballads on the American version of Whose Line Is It Anyway? Hosted by Drew Carey, the show featured Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and other regulars, who played improvisational games in front of a studio audience. Brady's brilliant interaction with the other players on the show earned him not only three Emmy nominations (one of which actually found the comic taking home the prize), but...
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