Songs for Kids

I’m In A PickleThe Internet Archive has over 100,000 audio items, but some of our favorites are songs written for children. A personal favorite is the catchy “I’m In A Pickle,” about a pickle-obsessed klutz. For anyone who doesn’t like their vegetables, ” Brussel Sprouts” really encompasses the depths of vegie-phobia. We’ve also got techno for kids, a radio show produced by kids, some songs made by kids, and children’s songs in Dutch.

— Alexis

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4 Responses to Songs for Kids

  1. Katya Oddio says:

    Here are several more recordings on the Internet Archive made by kids and all posted by Comfort Stand Recordings. Thank you, Internet Archive!

    Georgia & August Greenberg – Sing Songs for You & Me!
    This cool brother and sister team share some great tunes and even act out Maurice Sendak’s “Where The Wild Things Are.”

    Various Artists – Party Fun With Recorders Volume One [csr004]
    Home Recordings. Children singing, screaming and storytelling.

    Potrzebowski & McMillan & Company – Murder That Was Heard
    A radio drama. This is what happens when a group of cousins have access to a tape recorder when their parents are away for the evening.

    Dondero High School A Capella Choir – Pop Concert Sampler 1995-2005
    One in a series of recordings from this school

  2. Katya Oddio says:

    Hurray! I just remembered some more. These are two little collections of electronica from Observatory/ Skylab Recordings that are shared at the Internet Archive.

    The Uberkids – Remixes
    For this debut remix release the Uberkids, Rebekah and Noah Simon, secreted themselves in their studio and created a collection of specially-recorded loops and samples, which they then supplied over the internet to several members of the Skylab Operations who then mixed them into cool music!

    The Uberkids – Remixes Part 2
    Once again, at the urging of their father, Phasmid, Rebekah and Noah Simon, secreted themselves in their studio and created a collection of specially-recorded samples for a new collection of songs.

  3. Katya Oddio says:

    And here’s something new!, the world’s first netlabel for kids, is at The Internet Archive! Thank you, Archive!

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