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What you ‘want’

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David Weinstone is giving the kids his “all.”

The multi-faceted children’s musician, whose “Move to the Music” videos are seen daily on the Nick Jr. channel, has a new album out with his band, Music for Aardvarks and Other Mammals, called “All I Want.”

The classically trained ex-punk rocker has found new acclaim writing songs that aren’t just about eensy weensy spiders, but about taxis, subways, bagels and playdates, reflecting and celebrating the lives of children growing up in urban environments, while addressing themes universal to kids everywhere, and there’s no exception in his latest CD.

You may even find yourself listening to it even when the kids aren’t around.

“All I Want” CD by David Weinstone presents Music for Aardvarks and Other Mammals [$15]. For info, visit musicforaardvarks.com.

Updated 5:45 pm, April 1, 2011
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