Thursday, November 8, 2012

Splash'N Boots - Coconuts Don't Fall Far From the Tree

Did you know Canada..  we've mentioned before how much we love musical group Splash'N Boots.  Voted the Canadian Children's Music Group of the Year, Splash'N Boots was first created back in 2003 in Kingston, Ontario by Taes and Nick. After graduating from Queens University in 2005 they took Splash'N Boots on the road and have been a hit ever since!

Well, today, November 8th, 2012, their highly anticipated 6th album "Coconuts Don't Fall Far From the Tree" was released!  This is really cool, over the course of seven months, the entire album - song titles, lyrics and even the album name - was written based on fan feedback via the group's Facebook page - I love this!!!

We have been listening to their new cd and it's so hard to pick which song has been our favourite.  Their first song, "Okey Dokey Artichokey!" has gotten the whole family saying it, it's too funny.  They boys even have one of their friends at school saying it!

I love how upbeat all the songs are, it makes cleaning day more fun, we listen to it while I cook dinner and it keeps my little helpers happy, it's been great.  :-)  A great one to listen to during dinner prep is "Dinosaurs In My Kitchen", it's really funny.

And they wouldn't be boys if they didn't enjoy "Don't Cut the Cheese" - lol!

It's just great songs for the entire family, the boys at age 5, don't like "baby" music as they call it, but are not ready for what's on the radio by any means, Splash'N Boots is a fantastic group for this age group to enjoy and honestly, Mom & Dad love it too. :-)

More great news, TODAY ONLY, November 8th from 8am - 12 midnight, the album will be "pay what you want". It will be a minimum of $1 for purchase. After midnight, the album will go back to regular price.  So grab this one today friends, you will not be disappointed, it is so much fun!  Visit their website for all the info.

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