Groove Kid Nation, Rhythm Bears Review
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I received the chance to review a Groove Kid Nation CD that was produced by Rodney Lee! This particular CD that I received was the sets 3rd release and it is called "Rhythm Bears". The online description of the CD says, "a band of groovy bears open childrens’ ears to a whole new set of musical instruments including harmonica, fiddle, acoustic guitar, acoustic bass, clarinet, kalimba, ukulele, and even didgeridoo. Each song features a new instrument, and the enclosed 10-page booklet features colorful illustrations of each Rhythm Bear."
The songs on the CD have names like, "Rhythm of Life", "The Train Song", Teddy Bear's Picnic", "Kalimba" and "I Do but I Don't". There's 10 songs on the entire CD.
I played this CD for a few of my nieces and nephews and they absolutely loved the songs! It was hard for me to tell which was their favorite but I even thought that there were some really, really catchy songs on the CD. There are some really upbeat and fun songs, like "Rhythm of Life" but then there are also some more mellow songs too, like, "Teddy Bear's Picnic". You could tell that there was a lot of planning put into this CD because it was made so well and the songs were perfect. The singers voices were amazing too. The kids loved the wide variety of instruments that each song had too. I can tell that this is going to be one of their favorite CDs for a very long time!
You can go onto the Groove Kid Nation and preview the songs if you are interested in buying it! Otherwise you can buy the CD off of their website ($10.99) off of their website as well. Click here to go to their website.
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