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You can’t protect your kids from everything, but you might as well defer the F-Bomb conversation as long as you can. As a parent and a music lover, this usually means making a change to your music habits once your kids start repeating every single syllable word they hear.
But just because you have kids doesn’t mean you have to listen to “kids” music. You just need to listen to music that doesn’t have F-Bombs, depressing or sad moods or images, sex (sorry R Kelly), violence or parental angst.
While that may kill your R Kelly, Ozzie Ozborne, Ween and Tenaceous D, There are still a lot of options. In my continual search for music that my wife, my son and I can enjoy together, this series will log our favorite artists, songs and albums of music that that both I and my kid love. [DISCLOSURE: My kid is only 19 months old, so if he dances, he loves it.]
Willie Nelson: Rainbow Connection
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since before our son was a glimmer in our eye. Since before he was a home improvement project, since before he was an argument about, nevermind. It’s a great album!
The album features 13 songs including Willie’s cover of the great Muppet Movie classic, Rainbow Connection by Jim Henson. His interpretation of the song is amazing, and moving. The album is worth it just for that.
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are definitely kids songs, but they are arranged and performed in a standard musical format, not kiddie, so they don’t really come off as kid songs. Meaning your kid will like them and so will you. They are acoustic, with small band and mellow vocals, some of which are performed by Willie’s daughter Amy Nelson, who has a great voice for kid/parent crossover music.
The last 5 songs on the album are not kids songs per se, but silly adult songs. Some of the comments I’ve read criticize the album for these. ‘Playin’ Dominoes and Shooting Dice’ is myabe the most questionably as it details the downfall of a carousing gambler who is murdered by his wife while on a tear with another woman. Wow, when I put it that way it sounds bad! I think it’s harmless though.
‘Wouldn’t Have It Any Other Way’ is great. ‘Outskirts of Town’ is a classic blues tune with a lot of great Willie guitar playing. ‘Just Dropped In,’ and ’33rd of August’ are just weird, and while they may be drug induced songs, your kid won’t put two and two together until he has as kid, so no worries.
If you like Willie Nelson, blues, light country music and acoustic guitar, this is a great album to get.