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Sunny Day


Download links and information about Sunny Day by Elizabeth Mitchell. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Kids genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 43:21 minutes.

Artist: Elizabeth Mitchell
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Kids
Tracks: 19
Duration: 43:21
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No. Title Length
1. Sunny Day 1:33
2. Shoo Lie Loo 3:10
3. Mr. Rabbit 1:34
4. Ooki Na Kuri No Ki No Shita De (Under the Big Chestnut Tree) 1:15
5. Keep On the Sunny Side 2:56
6. Lovely Day 2:26
7. Reggae In the Fields 2:06
8. Ong Tal Sam (Little Spring) 1:47
9. Tell It Again 1:22
10. Green, Green Rocky Road (feat. Dan Zanes) 2:21
11. School Days 3:43
12. Mystery Train 2:36
13. Oh, John the Rabbit 1:53
14. David's Mandolin 2:51
15. This Little Light of Mine (feat. Children of Agape Choir) 2:21
16. Fairy Tale Lullaby 2:30
17. Elephants All Over the World 2:02
18. Little Buckaroo (feat. Jon Langford) 2:36
19. Tsuki (Moon) 2:19



Children’s music with its roots in folk and country? That’s what Elizabrth Mitchell, husband Daniel Littleton and daughter Storey bring to the children’s music genre. Much like Uncle Rock and Dan Zanes, who guests on this release, Mitchell slips in Americana influences so kids don’t suffer a sugar crash and parents can find some inner peace. Sure, a song like “Shoo Lie Loo” might be a bit repetitive for adult ears, but a classic country tune such as the Carter Family’s “Keep On the Sunny Side” and Junior Parker’s and Elvis Presley’s hit “Mystery Train,” along with Chuck Berry’s “School Days” make for a musical program that both adults and children can love together. The guest list is heavy on esteemed musicians: Levon Helm from the Band, Jon Langford of the Mekons and Warren DeFever of His Name Is Alive join the family to make everything that much more festive and authentic. Even a few lullabies, like John Martyn’s “Fairy Tale Lullaby” and “Little Buckaroo,” alongside a traditional tune like the sweet and lulling “Green Green Rocky Road,” make this a special collection.