The Ukulady | To the Downfall of Evil!

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To the Downfall of Evil!

by The Ukulady

Whimsical, Comedic Sing-along-able Songs for Kids and Humans
Genre: Kids/Family: Sing-Along/Interactive
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Paper Cigarbox Ukuleles
2:31 $0.99
2. Cartoon Bears
3:35 $0.99
3. Friendheart
3:11 $0.99
4. Crust Lady
3:33 $0.99
5. Butterbots and Spiderdroids
3:00 $0.99
6. Unlikely Friends
3:50 $0.99
7. Pushpin Owls
3:26 $0.99
8. Campfire Vampire
3:02 $0.99
9. Chickens and Dinosaurs
3:36 $0.99
10. Pretty Hard to Be a Person
2:29 $0.99
11. Weeble and Peanut
4:14 $0.99
12. The Magic of Friendship
3:30 $0.99
13. Dragons and Monsters
3:56 $0.99
14. Camera Heart
2:54 $0.99
15. Rainbow Valentine Fire Tornado
3:40 $0.99
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Album Notes
15 songs featuring ukulele, mandolin, clarinet, sitar, banjo, slide guitar, saxophone, omnichord, standup bass, tap dancing, whistling, addictive harmonies, catchy melodies, clever lyrics and more make up The Ukulady's debut album for Kids and Humans! With a stellar lineup of guest collaborators, including Gabby La La, Mista Cookie Jar, Jack Conte of Pamplamoose, Don Black of Ghiant and more, The Ukulady and friends offer hilarious, quirky music about animals, friendship, fearlessness & love! Influenced by The Magnetic Fields, The Muppets & The Beatles, The Ukulady, has been referred to as Musical Gilda Radner, Female PeeWee Herman and the Love Child of Cyndi Lauper and PeeWee. Her songs are for anyone who loves to sing and the hard copy of To The Downfall of Evil! comes with a 20 page illustrated booklet with lyrics for singing along and adorable cartoons by
The Reviews are in:
"Better than Abba!" Calliope, age 7
"I LOVE the Ukuladys new album to the downfall of evil, All the songs are upbeat and fun to listen to! All of the songs are so good that I almost can't choose a favorite!" Yana, age 10
"It's soooooo cute!" Sam, age 5
"It's soooooo fun and catchy!" Sam's Mom, grown-up
"The album is a major achievement!! The instrumentation sounds great! and most of all, the songs are funny and singable!!" Adult Fan
The Ukulady has opened for Dr. Demento, shared the stage with Patch Adams & Wavy Gravy and played hundreds of live shows for all ages. If your kid loves They Might Be Giants children's music, Dan Zane and Laurie Berkner, The Ukulady's debut album for Kids and Humans, To The Downfall of Evil! is a necessity! It's the perfect accompaniment to any road trip with children or danceparty in the living room! To The Downfall of Evil! belongs in every child and child-handler's life.



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You will like it too
Kids big and small will enjoy this album--and so will you. It's catchy, and fun, and witty at a level that kids get and adults appreciate. Great for keeping the whole family happy.

Bart Gilleland

Fun for ANY age
The Ukulady combines wit, musical talent, and relevant and potent singer-songwriter ability in "The Downfall of Evil." Not only does my three-year-old absolutely love and sing along with the album, I find it equally enjoyable and a refreshing departure from the hum-drum sameness that plagues children's music. Ukulady, thanks for making children's music fun for them and me!

Mista Cookie Jar

the Genius of the Ukulady
The Ukulady, with her intellectually creative tour de force, harvests seeds of magic, heart, humor, and wonder in the sprouting mind of the child, expanding thought into rare and ecstatic realms necessary for the downfall of evil. Kids (mine included) just get it!


Love it!
We LOVE this CD! We listen to it every day on the way home from school. My daughter especially loves Chickens Look Like Dinosaurs. She knows all the words. I love Unlikely Friends--meep meep! It's super unique and deep and fun and really deserves a listen--

Wayne Fishell

Get it, get it, don't stop!
Music for kids should be fun, creative, and zany; The Ukulady provides all three! Do yourself a friend-heart and get a kid in your life this album!

Mort Coil

Ukulady Will Astound
The bottom line is that a lot of kids music lacks the very think The Ukulady has truckloads of and that's CREATIVITY! It's easy to endorse a record like this for kids, where whimsy is job one and it would take the mind of a grown up to keep up with the rhymes and depth, but it's got the full color palate of a world that any kid would love to explore! You have to see for yourself but you'll be glad you did. It's a treat for kids and grown-ups! Beware though of the Campfire Vampire!!!!!


My boys love it
Our boys LOVE the Ukulady's music. They sing her smart, funny lyrics all the time and reference them in conversation. We can't get out of the car if a song is playing when we arrive home. We have to listen 'til the end!! The boys actually squabble over who gets to be Weeble and who gets to be Peanut, depending on their moods.


Fun songs for kids and adults alike
We spend over two hours in the car driving each day to school and activities. My three kiddos ask to hear the Ukulady almost every day. Unlike other children's music artists she doesn't drive me nuts (yay) - we 4 enjoy her lingustic wit and musical creativity.