High Five: Season Two by The Vegetable Plot

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

Get ready to Broc n’ Roll … because The Vegetable Plot are back with Season 2! Mr Aspara Gus (aka Luke Escombe) returns alongside old friends, new characters, and an ultra-talented band of over 20 musicians, and they’ve got some fresh beets that are bound to work up an appetite.

Get ready to find out what makes a pumpkin sad in the Western ballad Blue Pumpkin, become best friends with a Peruvian spud in Mr Potato, and jump into your PJs and get ready to use your imagination in The Pajamazon Jungle.

It’s an audible feast that’s sure to be an instant hit with the whole family.

 

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    1. Mr Potato
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    2. The Pajamazon Jungle
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    3. Blue Pumpkin
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    4. Sweet Corn
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    5. Gramma Pumpkin
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