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The World's Greatest Environmental Songs for Children, Vol. 1

by Michael Tellinger

Volume One of a wide variety of inspirational and educational songs for children about animals and nature. These songs were written for a TV Series by Michael Tellinger in 2002 - and aired on SABC in South Africa in 6 different languages.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Giraffe (She Walks Like a Princes)
1:37 $1.20
2. Crocodile - Big Big Mounth
1:15 $1.20
3. Apes - Swing Like an Ape
1:23 $1.20
4. Fruit
1:38 $1.20
5. Garden Greenfingers
1:49 $1.20
6. Hippos
1:23 $1.20
7. Lion - The Mane Dude
1:11 $1.20
8. Elephant (If I Only Had a Trunk)
1:15 $1.20
9. Flowers
1:22 $1.20
10. Farms (Farmers Feed the Whole Wide World)
1:06 $1.20
11. Flies
1:27 $1.20
12. Queen of the Ants
1:28 $1.20
13. Pollution
1:20 $1.20
14. Seeds
1:22 $1.20
15. Aquarium
1:14 $1.20
16. Fish
1:30 $1.20
17. Mosquitos (Buzzing Noises)
1:32 $1.20
18. Endangered Species
1:37 $1.20
19. Lizards
2:18 $1.20
20. The Zoo
1:25 $1.20
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Michael Tellinger
Musician – Author – Scientist – Explorer – Researcher – Humanitarian
Musical Career
Michael Tellinger released his first SA record in 1981, called HAZEL, and was nominated for the SARIE award in that year as best male vocalist. Later in 1981 Tellinger played the part of Joseph in the opening of the State Theatre in Pretoria. Michael Tellinger and Russell Stirling combined to become a successful rock duo during the early 80's before splitting up in 1985.
Michael Tellinger graduated from Wits University in 1983 with a B.Pharm degree. While studying he spent most of his time moving within entertainment circles.
He started his career on stage in Nick Taylor's musical "Christian" at His Majesty's theatre in 1980. Following this he played the part of Joseph at the opening of the State Theatre and toured with the show for two years. At this time he launched his solo career and released his first single called "Hazel" in 1981, which was nominated for a SARIE award.
Shortly after this Michael teamed up with Russell Stirling and formed the duo "Stirling & Tellinger". The two played together for four years and had music hits with "Call Me" and "What's a Nice Girl Like You, Doing In a Place Like This". The "Call Me" video was voted among the top two most popular videos at MIDEM in Cannes 1983. In 1985 the duo recorded an album in Nashville, under the guidance of Terry Dempsey. During a year in Los Angeles he attracted the attention of various top agents but because of the cultural boycott, the duo was bluntly rejected.
He worked for Cannon Films as a sound designer and editor, returning to SA in mid 1986. Michael continued his musical career with more performances and recordings. His song "We come from Johannesburg" in 1986 was a nine-minute anti-apartheid epic. It was also the first Rap album to be released by a South African artist. The song was instantly banned due to its anti-government stance. Tellinger became a target of the regime: phone tapping, South African Police surveillance, several threats on his life, and other intimidatory tactics. The song was originally written by Michael Tellinger and Neil Johnson of Radio 702 fame in Los Angeles while living in exile. It was a response to Little Steven Van Zandt's "Sun City". Tellinger and Johnson wrote the rap epic to put on record a South African perspective on the situation in their country.
Michael Tellinger has written, recorded and released thirteen records and CDs since 1981, has performed and toured extensively in SA and abroad as a musician and written songs for various events and artists in SA.
As an actor Michael appeared as one of the leads in South Africa's first soap opera called "Orpen House" and then played the lead in a six-episode series "The Star Shooters' in 1997 for which he created the soundtrack.
In 1988 he got involved in the advertising industry as a writer receiving a Clio award for a radio campaign on DEFY.
Michael was involved as a presenter on a variety of hit SABC shows like Graffiti and Fast Forward. His experience with SABC led him to get involved in TV production and he created shows like the talk show called "Late Nite Live" and "Weekend Bonus".
In 1995 he moved to Cape Town where he started a radio specialist agency called Airheads. In 1997 Michael then launched Nebula BOS Records (Birthplace of Stars) to provide local and international distribution for independent South African artists and labels. The catalogue grew to over four hundred artists within the first year and its Internet presence led to a distribution deal with Warner Bros. They released 10 South African artists in Germany and 7 Albums in the USA.
In 2000 he was given his own weekly radio show on Cape Talk radio that dealt with South African innovation, technology, astronomy and success stories.
In January 2001, Michael created and sold a children's educational television show to the SABC. They completed 40 episodes for which he developed the animal characters and wrote all the music which consisted of 80 educational songs. In 2002 he worked on the children's TV show to launch an educational publishing company called The Brain Food Company that focuses on developing a wide range of educational books, games and AV products.
He also worked on "Side By Side With Angels", a collaboration of SA musicians for the TSUNAMI disaster fund, which Michael wrote and produced with Verny Scholtz. The song and video featured a host of leading SA artists like Malaika, Dr. Victor, Watershed, Dawnay and others.

Author and Explorer
Michael Tellinger – Scientist, Author, Researcher, Humanitarian - has become a real-life Indiana Jones, making ground-breaking discoveries about advanced vanished civilizations at the southern tip of Africa. His analytical scientific approach has produced stunning evidence that will force us to rethink our origins and rewrite our history books.

Since 2007, Michael Tellinger has toured the world presenting his research in over 200 cities and 25 countries. He has shared the stage with international researchers like Graham Hancock, Erich von Daniken, Jim Marrs, Robert Temple, David Wilcock, Bob Dean, Kerry Cassidy (Project Camelot), Dr. Seven Greer, Stanton Friedman (PhD), Andrew Collins, Klaus Dona, Valery Uvarov, Semir Osmanagic, Linda Moulton Howe and many more.

In 2007, he discovered a vanished civilisation in southern Africa dating back more than 250,000 years. These mysterious people mined gold, carved the first Horus bird, the first Sphinx, and built an accurate stone calendar right in the heart of it all. “Adam’s Calendar” near Kaapsehoop, Mpumalanga, is now recognised as the oldest working megalithic Sun Calendar on Earth, and the flagship among more than 10 million circular stone ruins, which makes South Africa home to the largest cluster of ancient stone ruins on Earth.

Michael’s collection of ancient tools and artefacts shows that this vanished civilisation had an astute knowledge of the laws of nature, and they used the power of sound and frequency as a source of energy. He further shows that the stone circle ruins are not dwellings, but energy generating devices. His doughnut shaped Torus Stone that crashed the TSA security systems at DOHA International Airport in July 2013, has sparked the imagination of the scientific fraternity in the quest for a deeper understanding of zero-point energy.

Michael Tellinger is the founder of the UBUNTU Liberation Movement of unity and higher consciousness, with members in over 140 countries. The UBUNTU Party contested political elections in South Africa, UK and Australia between 2012 and 2016, but the movement has a new approach to creating abundance and prosperity outside of politics, called ONE SMALL TOWN - Can Change The World. This model has already been adopted by one mayor in Canada and several more in the UK, USA, Australia and South Africa have shown interest.

UBUNTU Contributionism - A Blueprint For Human Prosperity in which he lays the foundation for the philosophy of Contributionism - a world of prosperity and abundance on all levels of our endeavour, free from economic slavery. A world where people live in united communities in support of each other, rather than the divided communities in fear of each other.

Michael Tellinger’s Books
UBUNTU – CONTRIBUTIONISM - A Blueprint For Human Prosperity
Website: www.michaeltellinger.com



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