Kid Pan Alley | One Little Song Can Change the World

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One Little Song Can Change the World

by Kid Pan Alley

Brilliant songs written with children from their unique perspective.
Genre: Kids/Family: General Children's Music
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1. We Need No Excuse for Dreaming (feat. Jevon McGlory)
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2. Skin (feat. Lea Morris & Ysaye Barnwell)
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3. I Don't Think So, You're a Bully (feat. Heath Francis)
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4. Best Friends (feat. Vance Gilbert)
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5. One Little Song Can Change the World (feat. Alison Rapetti)
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6. Wake Up! (feat. Lea Morris)
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7. Don't Put Me Down, Or My Dog (feat. Jon Carroll)
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8. No Doubt (feat. Lea Morris)
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9. I'll Never Change the Way I Feel (feat. Justin Hopkins)
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10. True to Me (feat. Jevon McGlory)
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
We’ve all felt transformed by a great song at some time in our lives. The song that made us feel better on a bad day, the song that made us realize something about ourselves or our world, that special song that gave us the courage to stand up for what was right. There are songs that have changed history and songs that have changed us as individuals. And there are the thousands of Kid Pan Alley songs that have changed the tens of thousands of children who wrote them with us.

These songs change the kids that write them and they motivate the children that hear them. It is their powerful voices that inspired us to create a character development/anti-bullying assembly program as well as this album featuring these songs—songs that focus on respect--respect for each other, the community, the environment and oneself.

These songs reflect a surprisingly sophisticated world-view as seen through the eyes of children. Kids inspiring and empowering kids. They are powerful and memorable way to reinforce good character and respect.

Credits:

All songs written by Paul Reisler & K.P. Alley students, © Kid Pan Alley Music (ASCAP)/Zoidsongs (ASCAP) except as noted
Produced by Paul Reisler & Ryan Benyo
Recorded and engineered by Ryan Benyo & Paul Reisler
Recorded at Benyo Sound, Kid Pan Alley Studio, SOS Studio and on location
Mixed by Ryan Benyo
Mastered by Mike Monseur at Bias Studios, Springfield, Virginia
Educational consulting and lesson plan development by Cheryl Toth
Album Cover Artwork by Meredith Crider, 4th grader, Patrick Henry School of Science and Art
Graphic Design by Chip Carver, Csquared Communications


Kid Pan Alley
Cheryl Toth--Executive Director
Paul Reisler—Founder and Artistic Director
Ryan Benyo—Director, Licensing & Creative
Susan Howard—Bookkeeper
Board of Directors: Tim Ayers, Marianne Clyde, Mitchell Galin, Doug Gernert, Shelley Giordano, Doug Himberger (President), Melissa Ichiuji, Jennifer Jacobsen, John Jacquemin, Gail Montplaisir, Jack Porter, Paul Reisler, Cheryl Toth

Musicians:
The Kid Pan Alley Band:
Nate Brown: Drums
John D’earth: Trumpet
Mark Maynard: Trombone
Lea Morris: Vocals
Paul Reisler: Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Steve van Dam: Electric Guitar
Andy Waldeck: Bass

With special guests:
Ysaye Barnwell: Background Vocals
Ryan Benyo: Piano/Keyboards/Percussion/Programming/Organ/Background Vocals
Ramon Blanco: Electric Guitar
Jon Carroll: Background Vocals
Joe Craven: Mandolin, Fiddle, & Percussion
Marshall Keys: Saxophone
Howard Levy: Harmonica
Jeramy Lewis: Drums
Mark Maynard: Trombone
Steve Reid: Percussion
David Stone: Ukulele
Tom Teasley: Percussion
Derrick Wong: Bass

Kids Choirs:
SCORE: directed by John Krumich
Alexis Conlin, Celia Cooley, Allison Harmon, Gabrielle Harris, Hunter Hearsey, Anjoli Johnston, Hollis Martin, Brigid Ruff

Rappahannock:
Lynne Blank, Mia Blank, Katie Cournan, Maeve Cuiba, John McKelvey, Clover Weisgerber

St. Mary’s: directed by Heidi Johnson-Taylor


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