Disclaimer: I received a copy of the album to review. No other compensation was given. All opinions are my own.
We have a habit, Wonder Boy and I, of rolling down the window when we hit the alleyway that runs besides the playground at his playschool.
He leans out as far as his car seat will let him and waves, calling each of his friends by name.
I turn the music up just a little bit louder.
Because we party like that at 8:45 on a Wednesday morning.
We had a long run of “Let It Go’ every trip, but now we’re back to our normal schedule of rockin’ kids music to get a good mood goin’.
The latest album we’ve been enjoying is the Bari Koral Family Rock Band’s “The Apple Tree & The Honey Bee” ( which coincidentally is out today!)
One of Wonder Boy’s favorite songs is “When I’m Five” because he has been saying that since he was four, since so many neighborhood kids are just a little older than him and already in kindergarten. He wants to grow up and get “driver’s licenses” (school ID’s) just like them. And he loves the dododooooo’s.
He also loves the “Big Truck” song. He loves to check out the big rigs that we drive by on the freeway, and we usually try to guess what they’re carrying- he loves to say “soda!”.
I love the yoga poses tie-in for the album. Click over to the band’s web site and see yoga poses that tie in with the song “Dancing Bear” and buy the music and yoga activity book from the band.
The Bari Koral Family Rock Band’s fourth album The Apple Tree & The Honey Bee is available along with more of their music at Amazon, iTunes, CD Baby and the band’s online store. Look for them playing near you soon!