Anne-Louise Sterry | Black Sox

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Black Sox

by Anne-Louise Sterry

This collection of 14 hilarious songs will have children of all ages laughing and wanting more.
Genre: Kids/Family: General Children's Music
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1. Morning Town Ride
3:00 album only
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2. Underwear
0:37 album only
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3. The Super-Supper March
1:16 album only
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4. I Like My Shirt
2:37 album only
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5. Lollipop Tree
2:38 album only
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6. Doodly Doo
1:34 album only
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7. Albuquerque The Turkey
1:00 album only
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8. Lily The Pink
2:45 album only
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9. Black Sox
2:54 album only
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10. The Gooey Duck Song
1:16 album only
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11. Chicken Lips And Lizard Hips
1:50 album only
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12. I'm Gonna Tell
3:18 album only
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13. I Think You're Wonderful
1:57 album only
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14. By And By
1:42 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Anne-Louise Sterry, Portland, OR, is an extraordinary storyteller, singer, songwriter and comedian whose contagious joy and New Jersey accent find a way to people's hearts. As a mother, pre-school teacher and psychiatric nurse, music and storytelling have always been an important part of her life. In the 90's this love became her profession. She sings and tells stories, from the sublime to the ridiculous, with children, families and adults in schools, libraries, churches, festivals, senior citizen centers, conferences -- wherever people gather. Always positive and empowering with all ages, she brings an energy to performances, workshops and keynotes that make those present feel she is performing "with them" and not "for them."

She has been a keynote speaker and presenter at conferences across the U.S.

Black Sox includes favorite songs for children of all ages. Her other recordings include You're Wonderful, Water Ballet and Making Ravioli, which was awarded 2003 Best Spoken Word For Older Children by Children's Music Web.

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