High Five: Feel What You Feel by Lisa Loeb

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

Lisa Loeb is bringing all the feels with this week’s High Five – it’s her Grammy-award winning album Feel What U Feel!

Inspired by classic children’s music from the 60's and 70's, these are delightful earworms perfect for home discos, road trips and kid’s parties. There’s the uplifting ‘Moon Star Pie’, Kinderling Kids Radio favourite, ‘Feel What U Feel’, and groovy number ‘Wiggle’.

Feel What U Feel is a standout release, full of goodness for the soul, which is why it’s our High Five this week!

Buy the album through Amazon Music. To win a copy, head to the Kinderling Kids Radio Facebook page.

And for more about the album, listen to Lisa on Kinderling Conversation.

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