Snow’s here! Now what? Playtime!
Sarah Hart lullabys the innocent with her “Snow Angels.” Bit hyper to lull; soaring and insistent.
mrbuttersmusic chills you way down with the childish glee of having snow for the first time. “Angels in the Snow” is saccharine and treacly and, well, surprisingly angelic for kids’ music. Good luck getting your child’s assembly to sound like this.
Kid Pan Alley jollies up “Snow Angels and Icicles” so much so i have to ask, is this for kids or just her? The scat, too?
I mean grown ups singing simply might be rhyme-splaining or there they go educating children. Listen to the guileless May Erlewine’s “Snow Angel” and tell me the difference.
“Snow Angel” by Over the Rhine says a sad goodbye to childhood. Irish folk gets away with that.
Alt-folk Clare Means makes “Snow Angels” mean growing up and expressing yourself.
SpiRos Ontic mix punk and rockabilly for their “Snow Angels.” Hope mom doesn’t find out.
Sharon Smith calms us again with whispery joy bordering on Celtic fairie. “Angels in the Snow” feels like a smooth sleigh ride through gorgeosity. Childlike fun yet sophisticated.