High Five: Alphabutt by Kimya Dawson

Each week Kinderling gives a HIGH FIVE to music, artists, albums and other stuff we think is awesome!

This week Kinderling High Fives the kid AND parenting classic, Alphabutt.

Alphabutt is the album for families who like their songs quirky and fun and real; just like the artist herself, Kimya Dawson.

Dawson playfully creates kooky song-stories that explore all the rhythms and sounds of growing a family - songs that are equal parts about love, food and bodily functions!

Alphabutt is the kind of off kilter classic that makes kids music so fun. Tune in to hear our High Five selection all this week!

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    1. Alphabutt
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    Kimya Dawson
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    2. Little Panda Bear
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    Kimya Dawson
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    3. Seven Hungry Tigers
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    Kimya Dawson
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    4. I Love You Sweet Baby
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    Kimya Dawson
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    5. I Like Bears
    Artist
    Kimya Dawson
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