High Five: Takes Ten Tastes by Mr Tim and the Food Detective

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

Hands up if you like food?! Our High Five this week features all sorts of delicious sounds, it’s Takes Ten Tastes by Mr Tim and the Food Detective. The album is snazzy and jazzy, all while teaching kids about how good food is.

They’ll love the silliness of ‘Brain Food, Muscle Food, Bum Food’, the golden rule of ‘All Food is Fuel’ and fast-paced tongue twister and title track ‘Takes Ten Tastes’. A healthy, upbeat and positive release, we're keen to munch into this yummy music all this week on Kinderling!

Buy your copy on Bandcamp, and go in the running to win a copy on our Facebook page.

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