Mick Brady | Triple the Pickle

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Kids/Family: General Children's Music Kids/Family: Educational Moods: Mood: Fun
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Triple the Pickle

by Mick Brady

Collaboration between U.S. children's poet, Jeff Mondak and Irish songwriter, Mick Brady.
Genre: Kids/Family: General Children's Music
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Doing the Rock 'n' Roll Hop
3:00 $0.49
2. Dear Lunch Lady
4:02 $0.49
3. There's a Party in the Kitchen Every Night
2:48 $0.49
4. I Saw My Teacher At the Beach
3:32 $0.49
5. Serengeti Betty
3:19 $0.49
6. The Mysterious Room
3:53 $0.49
7. Triple the Pickle
3:05 $0.49
8. Inspector 47
2:56 $0.49
9. Toledo Has Zombies
3:21 $0.49
10. The Off-to-School Blues
4:26 $0.49
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
These songs were written for children but will have great appeal to people of all ages.

Doing The Rock ‘n’ Roll Hop
“It’s better than a sugar rush or cartoons on TV, It’s twice as good as being bad. It’s rock and roll for me”

Dear Lunch Lady
A protest song – protesting against the hygiene regime in the school canteen. Could have been The Pogues when they were in primary school.

There’s a Party In The Kitchen Every Night
Who knew what the kitchen implements were up to while everyone was asleep?

I Saw My Teacher At The Beach
The embarrassment of meeting your teacher outside school!

Serengeti Betty
You don’t mess with this gal!

The Mysterious Room
Kids imagine what might be going on in the staff room. ( If they only knew the mundane reality!)

Triple The Pickle
Townes van Zandt once said that his ambition was to write a lyric so obscure that even he had no idea what it was about. Jeff did it with this one!

Inspector 47
Another protest song! This one is about shoddy workmanship

Toledo Has Zombies
It’s not just Toledo! They’re everywhere!

The Off-To-School Blues
Every kid and every teacher should be able to relate to this. Guitars by Alan Bonny and Alan Brady. Mick McDonagh on harp.



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