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Little Nut Tree (Bonus Track Version)


Download links and information about Little Nut Tree (Bonus Track Version) by Dan Zanes. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Kids genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 52:08 minutes.

Artist: Dan Zanes
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Kids
Tracks: 17
Duration: 52:08
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No. Title Length
1. In the Basement (featuring Sharon Jones) 3:01
2. Jim Along Josie 2:56
3. Summer Trains 3:12
4. Wake Up Baby! (featuring Shine) 2:39
5. John Kanakanaka 2:50
6. Little Nut Tree (featuring Sierra Leone'S Refugee All - Stars) 2:48
7. I Don't Need Sunny Skies (featuring Andrew Bird) 3:09
8. Saro Jane 3:28
9. La Siren (featuring Bonga) 3:30
10. Everybody's Gonna Be Happy (featuring Joan Osborne) 3:02
11. The Farmer Is the One 2:25
12. Thank You 3:31
13. Hill And Gully Rider 2:17
14. Red Tail Hawk 1:03
15. Salaam 3:25
16. Beautiful Isle of Somewhere 4:54
17. Going Down to Tampa 3:58



Dan Zanes spent much of the early 2000s churning out exciting, theme-based children’s records that introduced the younger set to everything from gospel to salsa to sea shanties. On Little Nut Tree, Zanes & Friends go back to the “anything goes” formula, offering up 16 new songs built on a simple foundation of fun, and to top it all off, Little Nut Tree comes packaged in a colorful, durable (little hands make messes) board book. Recorded in Zanes' native Brooklyn (the better to allow a revolving cast of his famous friends to chime in), the album opens with Zanes and Sharon Jones (of the Dap-Kings) waltzing through an amiable version of the Etta James classic “In the Basement.” Joan Osborne stops by to lend her pipes to the Zanes original “Everybody’s Going to Be Happy,” and Andrew Bird does the same, laying down some predictably solid fiddle work and otherworldly whistling to another Zanes-penned tune, “I Don’t Need No Sunny Skies.” Zanes, resplendent in a pumpkin orange suit and sporting a graying, Lyle Lovett/Kramer-inspired nest of hair, may be an unlikely pied piper, but there’s no denying the gleeful ease with which he summons his wee horde.