Abby and the Pipsqueaks | Pancakes, Anyone?

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Pancakes, Anyone?

by Abby and the Pipsqueaks

WINNER Best Album for Toddlers in the Childrens Music Web Awards 2001. Fun, danceable songs fit for the whole family.
Genre: Kids/Family: General Children's Music
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Pancake Song
1:59 $0.99
2. Books!
2:10 $0.99
3. I Like Apples
1:34 $0.99
4. Blue Jeans
1:36 $0.99
5. Los Numeros Song
1:03 $0.99
6. The Laser
2:36 $0.99
7. Be Yourself
2:36 $0.99
8. Abby and the Pipsqueaks
1:46 $0.99
9. Be Nice to Animals
1:35 $0.99
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Abby and the Pipsqueaks is an award winning kids music band by Michele Senitzer. The Pipsqueaks are a cartoon band from Cadillacaville. Fun danceable songs fit for the whole family! Winner Best Educational Album for Young Children 2002 and Winner Best Album for Toddlers 2001 Childrens Music Web!

Influenced by Schoolhouse Rocks, Sesame Street, Free to be You and Me, etc. Abby's music is entertaining and educational. Positive message songs, educational, safety songs, and general fun upbeat tunes to tap your toes to. "...the age 2-6 group has been struggling to find its voice in pop music...that void has been filled" says SF Weekly's Dan Dion. Interesting layered rhythms and in a variety of styles, this is not your average band. Imagine kids music parents can listen to repeatedly and still enjoy. "very fun, nice harmonies, catchy and a style of music that isn't too babyish." says Eliza James Scientific Learning Corp.

Michele Senitzer a composer in San Francisco, Ca has been working with kids since 1989. She started The Clown Company, a premiere Bay Area kids entertainment agency since 1995 and performs regularly as Chloe the Clown. Having grown up with music Michele understands the power of music as an educational device and as an artform which unifies and brings people together. For the upcoming animated series think The Magic Schoolbus meets, Schoolhouse Rocks meets Sesame Street.



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Kid Mix Radio Kim Robasky

Abby's on High Rotation on Kid Mix Radio
I'm happy to inform you that I
just regenerated the KidMixRadio playlist with Abby and the Pipsqueaks on the high-rotation list. Believe me, I've heard a lot of kids' music, and I can really hear a difference in your music - great work. Congratulations, you've created something very special, and I'm pleased to share it with my audience.

San Francisco Weekly Dan Dion

Abby and the Pipsqueaks
Although it's ostensibly"for children,"a shrewd critic can tell the new Abby and the Pipsqueaks project is a thinly veiled testament to a generation's ennui. Known as"Generation Zzzzz"for its penchant for naptime, the age 2-6 group has been struggling to find its voice in pop music. That void has been filled with the confident yet confrontational album Pancakes Anyone?, the follow-up to the self-identity celebration Be Yourself, an anthematic cult fave on the underground play-date scene. The postmodern simplicity of"I Like Apples"belies the sandbox zeitgeist underneath, while on"Chugga Chugga Choo Choo,"the train is clearly a metaphor for the long haul of life; the call of"All Aboard!"gives comfort that we're not alone in our travails.
Read more... K. Wheaton

Fun songs not only for the kids but the parents too
We first heard Abby on the radio and listen to music in the car alot. I really appreciate any kid's music we can hear over and over and still love. The songs are fun and upbeat and our toddler dances in his carseat.