Format: CD
Catalog: 20078
Genre: Rock & Pop
Rel. Date: 06/18/2002
UPC: 744302007823

Bottle Let Me Down: Songs For Bumpy Wagon Rides
Artist: Bottle Let Me Down Songs For Bumpy Wagon Rides
Format: CD
New: Available $12.98

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1. Red, Red Robin - Rosie Flores
2. Senor el Gato - Kelly Hogan
3. Hinky Dinky Dee - One Riot One Ranger
4. Sad & Dreamy (The Big 1-0) - Alejandro Escovedo
5. Godfrey - Robbie Fulks
6. Camptown Races
7. Down in the Arkansas - Jim & Jennie and the Pinetops
8. Don't Wipe Your Face on Your Shirt - Cornell Hurd
9. Snowball - The Handsome Family
10. On Top of Spaghetti - Jane Baxter-Miller
11. I Am My Own Grandpa - Asylum Street Spankers
12. It's Not Easy Being Green - Rex Hobart
13. Cartoon Chicken
14. Three Billy Goats Gruff, The - Carolyn Mark
15. Three Little Fishes - Jon Rauhouse/Andy Hopkins
16. Crazy Dazy - Chris Ligon
17. Weasel, the Bean, the Frog & the Dog, The - Split Lip Rayfield
18. Fox, The - The Waco Brothers
19. Cheese, Peas, Pickles & Bananas - Nora O'Connor/Steve Frisbie
20. Turkey in the Straw
21. Funky Butt - Devil in a Woodpile
22. Crawdad Song, The - The Meat Purveyors
23. Down on the Farm - Kim Lenz
24. Little Red Riding Hood - Freakwater
25. Rubber Duckie - Kelly Hogan
26. Lullaby - Trailer Bride




Well, folks, it's official-Generation X is filling the world with babies. No "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood" or "Sesame Street" could ever captivate this set of crawling cynics, which brings us to this burning question: Just what do the Kurt and Courtney of the playground set have on their portable CD players? Why, The Bottle Let Me Down, of course! To be fair, this is a delightful collection-geared, perhaps, for the tiny tot in all of us. Rosie Flores gets the party started with the boppin' and swingin' "Red, Red Robin," guaranteed to appease even the fussiest listener. Kelly Hogan hits us with the slinky "Senor El Gato" romp, then comes back with a cover of the kiddie classic "Rubber Duckie." Meanwhile, Robbie Fulks, the Cornell Hurd Band, the Waco Brothers, Devil in a Woodpile, and a host of others check in with their own rousing-and carousing-renditions of kids' songs, from "The Crawdad Song" to "Funky Butt." Children's music never sounded so hip.