Produced by Gary Drevitch
OK, SURE, THE MUSIC'S CATCHY, BUT GET TO THE POINT - WHAT DO YOU THINK OF HER RACK?
Fast on the heels of our recent cross-blog debate over the merits of Laurie Berkner, musical and otherwise, Slate joins the children's music fray today with a writer who can't get Berkner's "Victor Vito" or They Might Be Giants' "Here Come the ABCs" out of his head. The oddest thing about Slate's report, though, is that while the writer claims to have sampled "a constant stream of children's music" over the past two years, he says he was only just recently introduced to the Wiggles, typically the gateway drug to the addictive world of tot rock.
January 30, 2006 | Permalink |
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