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Queen Boadicea features in the opening lyrics of the song " The Good Old Days " written by Pete Doherty and Carl Barat for British rock band The Libertines from their 2002 album " Up the bracket ", the line reads, " If Queen Boadicea is long dead and gone, Still then the spirit in her children's children's children, it lives on ".
The most successful New Zealand band, The La De Das, produced the psychedelic pop concept album The Happy Prince ( 1968 ), based on the Oscar Wilde children's classic, but failed to break through in Britain and the wider world.
Flood has been certified platinum and their children's music album Here Come the ABCs has been certified gold.
2005 saw the release of Here Come the ABCs, TMBG's follow-up to the successful children's album No !.
They Might Be Giants ' new logoThe band's 13th album, Here Come the 123s, a DVD / CD follow-up to 2005's critically acclaimed Here Come the ABCs children's project, was released on February 5, 2008.
The band's 14th album was Here Comes Science, a science-themed children's album.
In 1993, in collaboration with Rincom Children's Entertainment, Jennings recorded an album of children's songs, Cowboys, Sisters, Rascals & Dirt, which included " Shooter's Theme ", a tribute to his 14-year-old with the theme of " a friend of mine ".
* In 1966 Pertwee contributed to the children's album Children's Favourites by EMI and Paul Hamilin.
According to Matthew O ’ Callaghan who directed the short, the audio comes from a 1950s recording for a children's album.
Then in 1987 he recorded a children's album, Little Hands, which was released on the small independent American Melody label.
" Rodgers ' children's books include A Billion for Boris ( 1974, later republished under the title ESP TV ), Summer Switch ( 1982 ), and The Rotten Book ( 1985 ), and she contributed songs to the landmark children's album Free to Be ... You and Me.
The jazz tenor sax player Coleman Hawkins found he had this difficulty when requested to play a passage both with and without vibrato by the producer of a children's jazz album to demonstrate the difference between the two.
Though Wilson was present for the Dutch recordings, he yielded to his bibulous tendencies ( primarily hashish and hard cider ) and rarely participated, confining himself to work on " Funky Pretty " ( a collaboration with Mike Love and the band's manager, Jack Rieley ), a one-line sung intro to Al Jardine's " California Saga: California ", and " Mount Vernon and Fairway ( A Fairy Tale )", a children's narrative suite musically inspired by Randy Newman's Sail Away that was promptly rejected by the band ; eventually, Carl Wilson capitulated and ensured that the suite would be released as a bonus EP with the album.
* Uncle Stonehill's Hat Uncle Stonehill, 2001 children's album produced by Terry Scott Taylor
Parks wrote a series of children's books ( Jump ( with Malcolm Jones ), Jump Again and Jump on Over ), based around the Br ' er rabbit tales, illustrated by Barry Moser, and loosely accompanied by Parks ' own album Jump !.
" During recording of the song for the album, Springsteen wanted a children's choir to sing on it, but they did not show up for the session.
In 1978, Gibb performed on the Sesame Street Fever album for the Sesame Street children's TV program.
On 5 May 2009, his third solo children's album Family Time, was released on his independent record company Tuff Gong Worldwide.
Schaefer has a respected children's music show, " Robbie Schaefer's Stuck In a Real Tall Tree ," on XM Satellite Radio, where he serves as Music Director for XM Kids, and in 2004 released his second solo album entitled " In the Flesh.
The group recorded the title track to the Sandra Boynton children's album Dog Train, which was also used as the promotional music for the American Kennel Club's National Championship event.
Following Klaatu's breakup John Woloschuk recorded a now-rare children's album called Robotman, but soon afterwards retired from music altogether and is today a music industry accountant in Toronto.
All proceeds from this album of Soul covers benefit the children's charity Radio Clyde Cash For Kids.

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It was here that the terror-stricken Dennis Moon played an unrehearsed role during the children's party.
Governor Alfred E. Smith was the official host at the children's party.
Police said the children's mother, Mrs. Eleanor Somerville, was visiting next door when the fire occurred.
His son was born in August 1920 and in 1924 Milne produced a collection of children's poems When We Were Very Young, which were illustrated by Punch staff cartoonist E. H. Shepard.
Looking back on this period ( in 1926 ) Milne observed that when he told his agent that he was going to write a detective story, he was told that what the country wanted from a " Punch humorist " was a humorous story ; when two years later he said he was writing nursery rhymes, his agent and publisher were convinced he should write another detective story ; and after another two years he was being told that writing a detective story would be in the worst of taste given the demand for children's books.
The success of his children's books was to become a source of considerable annoyance to Milne, whose self-avowed aim was to write whatever he pleased and who had, until then, found a ready audience for each change of direction: he had freed pre-war Punch from its ponderous facetiousness ; he had made a considerable reputation as a playwright ( like his idol J. M. Barrie ) on both sides of the Atlantic ; he had produced a witty piece of detective writing in The Red House Mystery ( although this was severely criticised by Raymond Chandler for the implausibility of its plot ).
But once Milne had, in his own words, " said goodbye to all that in 70, 000 words " ( the approximate length of his four principal children's books ), he had no intention of producing any reworkings lacking in originality, given that one of the sources of inspiration, his son, was growing older.
He was born into a family of writers, the best known of whom was his paternal aunt, Anna Letitia Barbauld, a woman of letters who wrote poetry and essays as well as early children's literature.
* The Carnegie Medal for the best children's literature published in the UK was established in his name.
It was only when Jacqueline performed well in a children's play with Richelieu in attendance that Étienne was pardoned.
One of the first plastics made from synthetic components, Bakelite was used for its electrical nonconductivity and heat-resistant properties in electrical insulators, radio and telephone casings, and such diverse products as kitchenware, jewelry, pipe stems, and children's toys.
The mountain was the setting for a children's story, The Old Man of Lochnagar, told originally by Prince Charles to his younger brothers, Andrew and Edward, and published in 1980 with royalties accruing to The Prince's Trust.
" Arkadaşım Eşşek " (" My Friend Donkey "), quickly grew very popular among children ( the song is about rural nostalgia and was not initially intended as a children's song ).
Max and Moritz was a series of severely moralistic tales in the vein of German children's stories such as Struwwelpeter (" Shockheaded Peter "); in one, the boys, after perpetrating some mischief, are tossed into a sack of grain, run through a mill and consumed by a flock of geese.
At the time of her death, Carolyn Beug was working on a children's book about Noah's Ark which was to be told from Noah's wife's point of view.
* Lewis Carroll featured a surrealistic version of the game in the popular children's novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland ; a hedgehog was used as the ball, a flamingo the mallet, and playing cards as the hoops.

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For twenty years Unusual Films emphasized children's films and video production before, in 2011, it released Milltown Pride, a feature-length film set in 1920s Upstate South Carolina.
In October 2001, he again released two albums: Songs I Heard, featuring big band re-workings of children's show themes, and 30, featuring Connick on piano with guest appearances by several other musical artists.
She released a children's book titled I, Lorelei in 2009 and her story The Race was included in the book Just Humor Me.
Simon & Schuster released a 2008 children's book about his life called The Fartiste written by Kathleen Krull & Paul Brewer and illustrated by Boris Kulikov.
She eventually transitioned into writing children's books, most notably, Freaky Friday ( 1972 ), which was made into a feature film ( released 1977 ) for which Rodgers wrote the screenplay.
In 1975, Jasper Carrott released The Magic Roundabout ( originally featured on his first live LP Jasper Carrot – In the Club ), a short, risqué comic monologue parodying the children's TV series, as the B-side of a 7 inch single, featuring his comic song " Funky Moped " on the A-side.
The network also has rights to many films not released by Disney ( either because the studio does not have a children's network or has one that is incompatible with their focus ), such as Warner Bros .' ( Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone ( known in the US as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ), Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets ), Universal Pictures ( Beethoven, An American Tail, The Land Before Time ), The Weinstein Company ( Hoodwinked, The Magic Roundabout ), Sony Pictures ( Stuart Little, Stuart Little 2, Hook ), Lionsgate ( Happily N ' ever After ), 20th Century Fox ( Ice Age, the Home Alone film series, Catch That Kid ), Paramount ( Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown ( and Don't Come Back !!)).
Cap ’ n Crunch was the most popular children's cereal from 1965 – 1971 when Post released its fruit-flavored crispy rice cereal known as Fruity Pebbles.
Various locations and characters from the game appear in the children's book Mario and the Incredible Rescue released by Scholastic in 2006.
* In addition to two Prince Valiant phonograph records ( released in 1947 and 1968 ) and three coloring books, Treasure Books published a small 1954 children's book with Foster art in color.
In 2001, Stonehill released a children's record using the name Uncle Stonehill, entitled Uncle Stonehill's Hat on the Holy Sombrero label.
In 2006, De La Hoya authorized a children's picture book titled Super Oscar published by Simon and Schuster and released in his name.
released them, as it was changing direction to children's and praise music, Horrendous Disc still needed to be mixed.
He also recorded a number of children's records, including the popular Gossamer Wump, released in 1949 by Capitol Records.
His friendship with Hughes led to Townshend's musical interpretation of Hughes's children's story, The Iron Man, six years later, as The Iron Man: The Musical by Pete Townshend, released in 1989.
In May 2001, Viz released a second children's book, Mewtwo's Watching You !, which featured a shy Mewtwo interestedly watching other Pokémon play.
While violence in films released to cinemas had received attention from an official body, the British Board of Film Censorship, for many years, the lack of a regulatory system for video sales combined with the claim that any film could fall into children's hands led to public debate.
A special edition of Kid A was also released, in a thick cardboard package in the style of a children's book with a new cover and different oil paintings of apocalyptic landscapes and bear images.
An additional book called Mr. Bean's Diary was released in 2002 to accompany the animated series ; this book was also graded as a children's reader.
She also released her fifth children's book, " Midnight Farm ".

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