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Like a Million Eyeballs

Mr Roberelli's 5th Album, including an inspired retelling of the tale of 'Raniero di Raniero', the bravest of Florentines.

Hot on the heels of Laughter on the Breeze, Like a Million Eyeballs is full of songs that your children will love to sing at the tops of their voices - particularly the title track for the older children which has some great electric & bass guitar. Little ones might love what our wee person calls the Brontosaurus song (correctly titled 'Line of Horus' - but including a Brontosaurus nonetheless), as well as the Tentomushi (Japanese for ladybird). For the grownups, there is 'Related to a Square' which might be familiar to those with children going through a maths phase. All in all, another smashing album that will inform, entertain and delight anyone who hears it. 

Track List:

  • The First Bus of the Day
  • Am I Playing With My Cat (Or Is My Cat Playing With Me)?
  • Sweet Louise Finds a Ball
  • Trampolines
  • Raniero Di Raniero
  • High and Low
  • Tentoumushi
  • If People Had No Names
  • Related to a Square
  • Line of Horus
  • Cancelled Picnic
  • Morning Time
  • Teachers Are Made from Chalk
  • Trees
  • Strawberry Jam
  • The Right Stuff
  • What a Beautiful Day


Click on the button below to sample the tracks on the Mr Roberelli 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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