- Audio CD (July 15, 2014)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Rounder
- ASIN: B00K6D1O42
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
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For nearly four decades, children's troubadour and independent label pioneer Raffi has been the world's best-selling and most influential children's entertainer, delighting successive generations of kids and their parents with his playful, exuberant personality and his irresistibly infectious songs.
The highly anticipated Love Bug marks Raffi's first new album of original material in over a decade. A collection of 16 songs, this thoughtfully crafted body of work engages children in a broad range of fundamental topics including love, nature, playtime, chores, and teamwork music to charm the whole family!
Raffi has long been a passionate advocate for children and a sustainable world for today's youth. Love Bug resounds with Child Honouring principles and affirms Raffi's place as the legendary children's artist we all know him to be.
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Full disclosure: I am relatively new to Raffi. I only really started exploring and buying his music in early 2013 when I gave birth to my own child. I remembered, vaguely, hearing about "Baby Beluga" on the sitcom Full House when I was a kid; that lone memory was what sparked me to look him up on YouTube. After watching a recording of a live performance there, I was moved to buy the 3CD set of his Singable Songs albums. Wow, was I blown away. What fun, pure, generous, and thoughtful music! We now have almost everything he's released and everything is just so wonderful. I sing "Listen to the Horses" and "Douglas Mountain" every night at bedtime. All this month we've been singing about the five green and speckled frogs... "Bananaphone" is a constant source of giggles in our home... I could go on and on to prove this basic point: Raffi has fast become an important part of our family and we are grateful for his dedication and commitment to children through his music and activism. I recommend him to everyone I know.
Anyone else even considering making children's music should study his complete oeuvre, just ss an aspiring painter should study Van Gogh. I remarked to someone recently that Raffi is to children's music what Neil Young is to rock, what Joni Mitchell is to singer/songwriters. And I'm not even Canadian! :)