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Let's Make a Fort
  • Artist: Lynn Brown
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 837101391511
  • Item #: SRD139151
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 8/28/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Let's Make a Fort on CD

Why a Children's CD? First of all I love kids. I was a kid myself once and sometimes I return to that place, a warm summers evening while I slip into a quiet daydream and relive the times I had with my bother and friends. Times when we'd build forts play marbles and baseball. I also dream of the first time I was tempted to play music. We lived in Southern California, In San Bernardino. It was the year of my eighth summer and my oldest sister Sharron had a boyfriend from Hawaii named Lucky Pang. Ask me why I remember his name? He was dating my sister I think, but was also showing her how to play Ukulele. Ukulele is a very beautiful sounding accompanying instrument. Long story short Ukulele became my first instrument. I learned several songs that summer. Kids seem to absorb music and make it part of them. Kids are so adaptive and soak it up. My wife teaches. I had been lucky enough while she was teaching 2nd grade to sing for her students. That was all I needed. I was hooked. I had already started to write the CD when after discussing the project with my wife maybe after the CD was out I would then begin a series of children's books. So I hope that explains a little for you. I hope you buy the CD and tell someone else how you enjoyed it so they might also share the fun with their children. God bless the children. Enjoy the music whatever it might be. Peace, Lynn E. Brown.