Austin and Myles | The Months Have a Party

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The Months Have a Party

by Austin and Myles

Sweet and sunny songs that families can enjoy together.
Genre: Kids/Family: Kid Friendly
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Months Have a Party
2:31 album only
2. Subway Song
3:22 album only
3. Ode to a Toad
1:53 album only
4. The Bikest Bike
4:32 album only
5. Spaghetti Jamboree
2:19 album only
6. Worth of the Earth
3:57 album only
7. Where's Waldo: Audio Book
2:02 album only
8. Bear Attack
3:51 album only
9. Dreams
3:00 album only
10. The Voice of Beaudelaire
3:26 album only
11. Weekend Song
6:47 album only


Album Notes
Austin and Myles are neighbors. Have you ever sung songs with your neighbors? Well, you should try it, you might like it. Austin and Myles met working at a summer camp. Can you imagine having them as camp counselors? You probably can. Austin and Myles discovered they like writing and singing songs together. Austin plays the guitar on all the songs and Myles tap dances to some of them. This record is the first collection of songs that Austin and Myles worked on together; we hope you like it! Feel free to play these songs for your neighbors, people you carpool with, or friends and family. This record is mostly for kids and their parents, so enjoy listening together!



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Jeff Fleming

Sing Along Cousins
I bought this album for my cousins, who are at that age where they love to perform in front of the family during holiday gatherings. I test-drove the album before gifting, and I can't get the darn "Bikest Bike in the Whole Wide World" song out of my head. I guess I'll just have to buy another copy for myself now. ;)
I'll give it the 5-th star when I hear back from the girls that it's their fav new CD.