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The best children’s music compilation record and turntable!

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Most contemporary “kids music” sucks. However, my favorite reissue label Light In The Attic is releasing a killer children’s vinyl compilation titled “This Record Belongs To______” that includes the likes of Shel Silverstein, Nina Simone, Donovan, Van Dyke Parks, Vashti Bunyan, Woody Guthrie, and many other musical greats, along with a storybook illustrated by the talented Jess Rotter.

They’ve also teamed up with Third Man Records on a kid-friendly suitcase record player to start your child down the vinyl path!

Inspired by the classic Little Golden Books Series and Sesame Street’s In Harmony albums, This Record Belongs To ______ stems from a love of music, reading, and a passion for teaching future generations the interactive experience of holding an album in your hands, putting needle to groove, and immersing yourself in the pages of a record’s sleeve as the music plays. The compilation was compiled and sequenced by DJ and friend, Zach Cowie, who is as dear to our hearts as this collection of songs (previously passed around as a gift between friends) and is the soundtrack for many LITA & TMR offspring. These kiddos now all have undeniably excellent taste in tunes.


This Record Belongs To__________(Light in the Attic)


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Below, Donovan’s “The Mandolin Man and his Secret” and Woody Guthrie’s “Dance Around,” both included on “This Record Belongs To ______.”


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