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David Thomas - For the Kids! album download

David Thomas - For the Kids! album download

David Thomas
For the Kids!
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For the operatic bass, see David Thomas (9). In Groups: Kemet Crew.

For the Kids is an album featuring new renderings of children's songs performed by today's popular artists. In the United States, a portion of the proceeds go to VH1's Save the Music Foundation. In Canada, a portion of the proceeds go to The Sarah McLachlan Music Outreach (Sarah McLachlan Foundation). There are two follow-up compilation albums: For the Kids Too! (2004) and For the Kids Three (2007).

Variations on a Theme is the second studio album by experimental singer-songwriter David Thomas, released in May 1983 by Rough Trade Records. Like its predecessor The Sound of the Sand, Variations on a Theme features prominent guitar work from Richard Thompson. All lyrics written by David Thomas.

King of the Low Seas. ) For the Kids, Vol. 2. Independent.

For the Kids!, Vol. 0. 9. Ani Yun Wiya, Vol. 2 (Native Wisdom). Purcell: King Arthur, Music for Queen Mary, Hail! Bright Cecilia, Timon of Athens, Dioclesian, The Indian Queen & The Tempest. Classical, Orchestral.

For The Kids! Waking Dreams. David Thomas & Eric Riddles. Along The Chain Of Human Responses. David Thomas Evanston, Illinois.

Songwriter from Indiana living in Chicago.

But we have also played for a rat and we've played for some kiddies in a bookstore. Those kids? They really grooved it down. And if you don't believe us, here for your enjoyment (or otherwise) is a little taster of what's coming to a town near you, boys and girls.