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Double Yolkers

Mr Roberelli's 3rd Album, proving that it is indeed "Better to be Stationary than to be Paper'.

Mr Roberelli writes songs and music that keep children, and their grown ups, entertained (and educated!). In Double Yolkers, the 3rd album from the New Zealand band, the theme seems to be of wonder at the natural world, we particularly love song 'Favourites in the Natural World', especially the lines:

The mighty hydrangea
Blue, purple and white
I hope I can dream about those lovely blooms tonight

On the back of this song, a three year old we know well surprised her great grandmother recently by pointing out "you've got mighty hydrangeas in your garden Granny Susie".

We're sure your children will also love singing along to 'Tiptoeing Past the Bull' too, and they'll be safe from 'Scurvy' once they know they need to 'suck that yellow fruit'. 

Track List:

  • First Little Chicken
  • Better to Be Stationary Than to Be Paper
  • Hills of Assisi
  • Handball
  • Baby Tiger Slug
  • Mr Poe's Garden
  • Akin to a Walnut (The Ocarina Song)
  • The Day of Opposites
  • Favourites in the Natural World
  • Unique
  • Scurvy
  • More Questions
  • Tiptoeing Past the Bull


Click the button below to sample the album tracks on Mr Roberelli's website


Also available to Download...

The Jo Walters Trust is selling these CDs as a means of raising funds to support our projects. We do know that these days, however, many people prefer getting their music digitally and so you can buy a digital version of one of these albums from iTunes by clicking the link below.  While it won't make the same amount for the Jo Walters Trust, we will receive a small percentage back from Apple, at no extra cost to you. We appreciate your support either way!

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