Can we get cool for the kids? Snowman songs i can get behind.
Phranc wonders about the flexibility of the frosty one, i mean does the “Hanukkah Snowman” dress the part? Folk figure it out. Oh ho ho.
Frosty’s brother comes to us from South of the border. Lana Rae sings “Henry the Snowman” for the left out siblings.
Pop fun from Rosenshontz chanting out “Snowman” jazzy fun until you have to join in, or run.
Hip hop for the baby “Snowman” is as surprising as you’d think. RhapCD is in it for the young.
Uptempo jazz for the wee, “Mister Snowman” from Kathy Belmont and Michelle Amato grooves.
A highly fashionable song for the preschool rabble would be “Once There was a Snowman” as presented by Lori Ann Stewart. Very short, saccharine, and pithy. I mean, what’s the deal with the embedded lesson of All Things Die? Can’t kids just watch a Disney movie to learn that?
But the irony is not lost on Klaus Schwietzer whose “Nihilist Performance of ‘Once There was a Snowman’” introduces tots to a sense of humor at least.
InsideOut A cappella has hit gold with their take off–a history of music odyssey entitled “Once There Were Some Snowmen.” A few years later they even added a isn’t-that-enough? sequel (i like it more) “In the Sun They Melted (Snowmen II).” This is for the kids, but it makes me happier than they.