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|1. You’re Going to Fly
2. Dirty Dishes
3. Stuck With the Dishes
4. I Want to Know
6. Stand Up
|7. My Bicycle
8. A Better Place to Live
9. He Likes to Bark
10. Loose Tooth
11. My Friend
12. Somewhere Deep Inside
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"An exuberant collection of original rock songs with snappy melodies and catchy lyrics emphasizing the importance of thinking independently, making decisions, and protecting the environment."
"The Phil Spector of the nursery crowd."
"Your music has always been among the most popular on the Imagination Station."
"An appealing mixture of humor and sincerity... speaks to the natural idealism of youth... an engaging performer who maintains a sense of the absurd without straining for effect."
"Kid Power is excellent - already used three songs for August Dancing Dog Radio."
"I am ordering the CD of Kid Power because my daughter Amanda has literally worn out the cassette (not a complaint but a compliment.) You go everywhere with her in the car... You have made a lasting impression on my daughter that has not changed since the day you performed here."
"Jonathan Sprout makes the most inspirational children's music I've ever heard! On The Radio is one of our best selling tapes. Kid Power is ten times better!"
"State-of-the-art recording and great fun."
"A great album for both young ones and parents - useful in class, too. Excellent catchy tunes and great lyrics as well as Jonathan’s strong tenor voice make this a favorite...You won't find a better example of high consciousness, high energy children's music."
"Jonathan Sprout's exuberant collection of original rock songs emphasizes the importance of thinking independently, making decisions, and protecting the environment ... snappy melodies and catchy lyrics..."
"Funny and resonant at the same time, Jonathan Sprout's lyrics join his can't-help-humming-along music in songs that will make you want to be a kid again."
Jeanne Kramer, General Manager, KIDS Radio
"You don't need another Raffi when we have a Jonathan Sprout."
Connie Flint, Principal