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Absolutely divine music, performed for kids but grownups will jump up and dance when they hear it. My granddaughter always requests it when she visits. Attractive singing and rhythms from artists throughout sub-Saharan Africa. I highly recommend it.
Amazing CD for children or, really, anyone who enjoys African rhythms. My 2-year old loves to play over and over (and I don't mind one bit!). So much better than the annoying nursery rhyme CDs that are out there. We dance/march around the house to this every day - it's very upbeat and fun. Seriously, I can be so tired and lethargic but, once this CD starts to play, I am suddenly energized and ready to dance! Just LOVE it. Even place it on my iPod :)Also got the "World Playground" CD, which is amazing - though I like this one a small better.
Okay, when I place this in my computer, all the song titles changed, but all the songs are the same (weird). Anyway, it's awesome! Our 10 month old ADORES Cielito Lindo/ Lluvia de las Estrellas. She even tries to imitate the "Ay ay ay ayhh" part!!! Adorable!Highly recommend this to anyone who wants to expose their child to some well-loved Latin falvoured songs!
My husband and I were avid travelers before our baby was born, and after her birth, we wanted to continue our travels, albeit on a slower and less frequent basis. I started using the Putumayo CDs when my kid was 4 months old in to acclimate her ahead of time to the locations where we would be going. So, the Hawaiian CD when we went to Hawaii when she was 5 months old, the Cowboy CD when we headed west to California (wish there were a beachy, California coast CD!) etc. For our latest trip to Costa Rica, I purchased the Latin Playground CD, and wow, has it been a hit. At 18 months old, our kid can now dance and even beat a toy drum to the rhythm of the music, and there's no better melody to beat a drum to than Latin music! The songs are very catchy and fun and got the entire family into the excitement of our trip. We brought the CD with us along on our trip and even had the resort staff dancing about to it as they turned down our beds. Ha! Love Putumayo Playground, and can't wait to for our next trip and future Putumayo CD!
This is a very pleasant demonstrates how Latin American cultures can be diverse in themselves.I am a native Spanish speaker and, according to my common sense, I search the lyrics appropriate for their audience. Some Latin humor is imparted, but I believe the globe is perfectly fine about e album can also be appreciated by adults.
All ethnic melody appreciation education should be this fun! The Putumayo production company has done what had previously seemed impossible: Let African artists to play THEIR music, not westernize it into unrecognizability (ala Deep Forest), but expertly produce it with a quality and clarity not previously available in that continent. This is one perfect me high points: 1) The melody is a fine cross-section of African musicology. There's representation from literally every continental compass point. The selections demonstrate a fine dozens from the South African song that according to the liner notes inspired THE [email protected]#$%! "The Lion Sleeps Tonight (Wimoweh)", to a West African tune that has shades of a breezy mediterranean luluby.2) The performances are excellent. (I lived in Kenya for a number of years and THEM MUSHROOMS, the presenters of "Jambo Bwana", were very frequently on the AM dial, though they never sounded this good!) These are authentic African groups (not afro-americans/europeans making melody that attempts to SOUND african). That makes all the difference, as AFRICAN PLAYGROUND sounds decidedly non-western (those looking for a Lion King or Rugrats-like soundtrack are likely to be surprised but not for a second disappointed), but still holds all the joy and spontenaety that African melody is known for. A number of songs (eg: Battu, and Kalimba) practially dare you not to bob your head in time, regardless of your age.3) There's educational value here, and not just from the experience of fresh music. Putumayo provides outstanding liner notes, explaining the origin and meaning of each song, providing some information about its nation, and phoentically spells out a number of the lyrics. My three-year-old now knows how to greet someone in Swahili, and that happenned effortlessly and inadvertantly through the catchy tune "Jambo Bwana".4) It's FUN! "Kalimba", a favorite of mine and my small one, will have you imagining yourself bouncing along on a dusty safari almost instantly. Each tune brings fresh energy to the listening experience and there are no "throw-away" tracks. Please pardon the cliche, but this is an album that the whole family can enjoy. The songs are lively and colourful enough to keep the attention of the small ones, but sophistocated enough for the adult palate. Just note that this is not a bed-time disc... ;-)Of the Putumayo albums I've sampled, this is by a wide margin my favorite. It comes highly recommended to anyone who enjoys amazing music, and especially to those seeking to expand their melody library with a bright, upbeat, African album.
With a lot of kids' CD's, the children like it, but it drives adults crazy. This one has quality tracks with variety. It's engaging for the children AND enjoyable for adults. This has served us well both at home and on street trips with a tribe of children ages 10, 6, 4, 2, and baby.
Was just ok. A couple of the songs are good, Cielito Lindo especially, but seeing as it's marketed towards kids I was hoping for something more sing-aling to play in the vehicle for my bilingual kids. Most of the songs are duds. Hold trying to search a Spanish equivalent to Laurie Berkner type music.
I love the Putumayo series of children's music. I owned a children's play center and wanted melody playing in the background. Some children's song can be very, let's say, annoying for adult to be subjected to for hours at a time. I and others found these CDs to be fabulous! With melody from around the world, kids are exposed to various languages, rhythms and instruments. I highly recommend these CDs!
It's a tetherball! My son and I had so much fun with this. I readily admit to flashing back to middle school and kicking butt. Sadly the rope was very soft, and being outside in the weather it broke after a month or so. BUT for the price, the amazing ball, and coming with its own small pump I'm totally fine with that. I'll be getting a fresh rope soon, and definitely recommend this.