THE KIDS AT OUR HOUSE proudly present ONE SIZE FITS ALL, an album for children by Danny Adlerman and friends.
Two years in the making, the album is a collection of ten songs. Five songs are musical adaptations of picture books written by Danny, either in collaboration with his wife Kim under the pen name of Kin Eagle, or written by Danny under his own name with illustrations by Kim (the critically acclaimed Africa Calling).
Featured players on the album include Jim Babjak of The Smithereens. In addition to providing acoustic and electric guitars, Jim also can be heard on bass, backing vocals, electric sitar, and percussion; he also contributed two songs (Surfin’ the Net and School Bus Driver) and co-wrote one with Danny (How Much Wood Could A Woodchuck Chuck?). The album also includes Danny’s popular The Library Song.
The entire album was engineered by Kurt Reil, of The Grip Weeds, at Highland Park New Jersey’s House of Vibes; in addition to co-producing the album with Danny & Jim, Kurt can be heard lending his talents on drums, lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, and percussion.
Danny’s contributions include lead and backing vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitars, glockenspiel, and percussion; he also wrote music for the Kin Eagle adaptations (It’s Raining, It’s Pouring features a new musical adaptation by Danny & Kurt).
Other guests on the album include The Grip Weeds’ Kristin Pinell on flute and mandolin.
The album was mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music in Tenafly, NJ.
S O N G S
1. Africa Calling (Adlerman)
2. Rub A Dub Dub (New words: Eagle/Music: Adlerman)
3. Elliott (Adlerman)
4. Surfin' the Net (Babjak)
5. The Library Song (Alderman)
6. It's Raining, It's Pouring (New words: Eagle & Adlerman/Music adaptation: Adlerman & Reil)
7. How Much Wood Could a Woodchuck Chuck? (Words: Adlerman/Music: Babjak)
8. Hey, Diddle Diddle (New words: Eagle/Music: Adlerman)
9. School Bus Driver (Babjak)
10. Humpty Dumpty (New words: Eagle/Music: Adlerman)