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We are . . . The Laurie Berkner Band
We are . . . The Laurie Berkner Band
DVD
1. I'm Gonna Catch You
2. We Are the Dinosaurs
3. Victor Vito
4. Walk Along The River
5. Under A Shady Tree
6. Bumblebee (Buzz Buzz)
7. O Susannah
8. The Goldfish
9. Pig On Her Head
10. Moon, Moon, Moon
11. Telephone
DVD Extras:
Behind the scenes/making of (set to the song "I Know A Chicken")
"I'm A Mess" recorded live on the set
"Moon, Moon, Moon" choreography tutorial (learn the hand movements!)
Bonus CD
1. Walk Along The River (previously unreleased)
2. We Are The Dinosaurs
3. Telephone
4. I'm Gonna Catch You
5. The Happiest Song I Know (Tom Chapin w/Laurie Berkner)

Well-known children's musician Laurie Berkner bursts onto the children's music video scene with the energy and enthusiasm of her concert stage appearances fully intact. The Laurie Berkner Band, comprised of Laurie Berkner on vocals and guitar, Brian Mueller on bass and vocals, and Susie Lampert on keyboard and vocals (joined sporadically by Bob Golden on drums and additional instruments), is an accomplished group of musicians who create and perform whimsical, catchy children's songs in a folksy rock style. From the playful rhymes that declare Tuesday "snooze day" in "I'm Gonna Catch You" to the absurd image of fish taking showers and brushing their teeth in "The Goldfish," Laurie Berkner's songs celebrate a child's love of the ridiculous. The uninhibited trio performs live onstage ("Under a Shady Tree") or within simply animated scenes ("Bumblebee--Buzz, Buzz, Buzz") and the songs are undisputedly catchy--so catchy that many parents sheepishly admit to humming or even singing Laurie Berkner's songs full voice even when their children aren't around. In these days of splashy animation and over-thought, overly-glitzy children's music videos, it's a real treat to enjoy a simple production that features songs that kids love performed by musicians who appear to be having just as much fun as their young audiences. (Ages 1 to 8) --Tami Horiuchi

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Hand-ssewn Seahorse
Hand-ssewn Seahorse
Here we have a large hand-sewn seahorse. Affectionately named Raul, this blue guy makes a lovely present for anyone you know who loves aquatic creatures. These can be made in any two-toned color combination, so if you have a request feel free to contact us. FYI: Unlike other creatures, male seahorses carry the children to term, not the females, so if you buy Raul you get a pregnant seahorse. We can also make non-pregnant seahorses, if you prefer. =) Photo by Dennis
Betty's Babies
Betty's Babies
Crocheted babies. Can be made in different color combinations as requested. Seen here is just a sampling of what has been made. Sizes may vary, but are around 4 inches or so tall. These babies are kind of adorable, and can be named by you or by us if you can't think of anything specific. Photo by Dennis

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