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Presents the traditional version of a famous American folk poem first heard in the U.S. in the 1940's with illustrations on die-cut pages that reveal all that the old lady swallows.
What a treat to have the venerable Tom Chapin narrate this Okefenokee remake of the familiar "Over in the Meadow"!... The production includes Chapin singing the story, accompanying himself with various instruments, and a glossary of swamp inhabitants."
In the hands of the renowned experimental theater director Peter Brook, William Golding's legendary novel on the primitivism lurking beneath civilization becomes a film as raw and ragged as the lost boys at its center. Taking an innovative documentary-like approach, Brook shot Lord of The Flies with an off-the-cuff naturalism, seeming to record a spontaneous eruption of its characters' IDs. The result is a rattling masterpiece, as provocative as its...
11) Mama Don't Allow
Winner of the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album for Children, this high-energy production is foot-stomping fun. Tom Chapin's easy-going narration sets the tone for this story about Miles and his Swamp Band, whose music is in hot demand -– from sharp-toothed alligators at an all-night ball where the band is earmarked to entertain and be the main course! Jazzy music plays throughout as Chapin both reads and sings this entertaining book....