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Space Songs
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tom glazer - dottie evans - Space Songs

tom glazer - dottie evans

Space Songs

€ 23.90

LABEL: Modern Harmonic
GENRE: Library/Soundtracks | FORMAT: LP | CATALOG N. MH-8013 | YEAR. (2017)

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The first ever vinyl reissue of an extraordinarily-unique space-age educational LP. Includes the oft-covered “A Shooting Star Is Not A Star” and “Why Does The Sun Shine?” Featuring Leo Leonni cover art and taken from the original atomic-era 1959 master tapes. Written by Hy Zaret and sung by Tom Glazer & Dottie Evans. Zaret (co-author of “Unchained Melody”) turned his attention to educational children’s music in the late 1950s, collaborating with Lou Singer on a six-album series called “Ballads for the Age of Science.” Space Songs stands alone as the most essential volume in a series that also featured songs about energy and motion, experiments, weather, and nature. Space Songs contains “Why Does the Sun Shine" (aka “The Sun Is a Mass of Incandescent Gas”) and “A Shooting Star Is Not a Star” which were more recently popularized by They Might Be Giants.

"… delightful and instructive. As a science teacher, I see in these records a most potent force for improving the science literacy of our nation.” 
--DR. MORRIS MEISTER, President, Bronx Community College

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on red vinyl.

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