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Album Review

Raffi is something of an heir to the children's music of such folkies as Pete Seeger and the Babysitters. In Corner Grocery Store and Other Singable Songs, he is especially interested in adapting some familiar folksongs — "Pick a Bale o' Cotton," "Goodnight Irene" — as children's songs, along with such traditional material as "Frère Jacques." He has a light, bouncy singing style that is irresistible to children and parents alike. Ages 3-7.

Customer Reviews

A favorite

My son wanted to hear this so often as a young child - it's an album I never grew tired of listening to - we both loved it. He's grown now, but I still play it occasionally!

I like raffi

My favorite song is pick a bale o cotton

Favorite childhood artist!

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Biography

Born: July 8, 1948 in Cairo, Egypt

Genre: Children's Music

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Children's music was revolutionized by the recordings of Egypt-born and British Columbia-based singer/songwriter Raffi. Although he launched his musical career as a Dylan and Joni Mitchell-inspired singer/songwriter, Raffi had his greatest success when he directed his performances and recordings to youngsters during the '80s. Raffi's albums of children's music have sold...
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