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In this time of the Coronovirus epidemic, we find ourselves spending more time than ever with our families. This week on the show, we'll hear a variety of music from The Okee Dokee Brothers, Ella Jenkins, Margaret MacArthur, Alasdair Moock, Cindy Kallet and many more. So gather 'round the ol' radio and enjoy some music especially for families ... this week on The Sing Out! Radio Magazine.

Episode #20-27: Songs for Families 2020
Host: Tom Druckenmiller

Artist/”Song”/CD/Label

Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
The Music of Raymond Scott / “Huckleberry Duck” / Reckless Nights and Turkish Twilights / Columbia
The Okee Dokee Brothers / “Neighborhood Band” / Songs for Singin' / Self Produced
The Okee Dokee Brothers / “Campin'” / Songs for Singin' / Self Produced
Ella Jenkins / “Australian Zoo” / More Multicultural Children's Songs / Smithsonian Folkways
Dave Fry / “We Gave Many Names to the Animals” / Shake It! / Dave Fry Music

Jammy Man / “Turn Off the TV” / Tumbly Tumbler / Song Trunk
Margaret MacArthur / “Rummy Crocodile” / Ballads Thrice Twisted / Self Produced
Doc Watson / “And the Green Grass Grew All Around” / Sings Songs for Little Pickers / Sugar Hill
The Music of Raymond Scott / “Moment Musical” / Reckless Nights and Turkish Twilights / Columbia

Alasdair Moock & Friends / “Freight Train-The Story of Elizabeth Cotten” / Be A Pain / Moockshake
Peggy Seeger / “Old Bangum” / Animal Folk Songs for Children / Rounder
Larry Long / “Chicky Chicky Boom” / Well May the World Go / Smithsonian Folkways

Cindy Kallet / “Handy's Birthday” / Leave the Cake in the Mailbox / Stone's Throw
Peter Mayer / “Magic Beans” / Elements / Blue Boat
Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways