Here Comes the Big Red Car

Performers The Wiggles

Koch | January 10, 2006 | Compact Disc

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Personnel: Emma Buter, Gregory Page , Paul Paddick (vocals); John Field , Anthony Field, Terry Murray (guitar); Greg Truman, Gerry Brady, Sam Moran, Ryan DeSaulnier (manzello); Jeff Fatt (keyboards); Andrew Bignall, Tony Henry (drums).
Audio Mixers: Phil Judd ; Anthony McKenzie; Robin Gist; Chris Brooks.
Audio Remasterer: Don Bartley.
Recording information: Struggle Street Studios, Bellevue Hill, Sydney, New Sou; Tracking Station Studios.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Alex Keller; Sarah McCloskey; Leeanne Ashley; Tony Rioseco; Kate Tibbertsma; Kim Clelland; Sharyn Garrad; Mike Conway; Paul Field.
Arranger: Dominic Lindsay.
Those with children of a certain age are probably already familiar with the Wiggles, an Australian quartet who are basically the Beatles for the preschool set. The comparison is not quite as outlandish as that sounds, because on Here Comes the Big Red Car, as on their earlier albums, the songs have a maturity of composition and arrangement that's far beyond what most other artists in their genre are doing. This is a slightly roundabout way of saying that although the Wiggles' lyrics will never be mistaken for Elvis Costello's (the title track is extremely insistent on the importance of wearing one's seat belt), the poppy, catchy tunes are melodically sturdy and interestingly arranged. In other words, when the kids want to play this album five times in one afternoon, it'll be considerably less annoying than the average children's music album of weedy acoustic guitar or characterless, rinky-dink synths. ~ Stewart Mason

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: January 10, 2006

Genre: General

Style: Children's

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Originally Released: 2006

Label Name: Koch

UPC: 099923997726

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Here Comes the Big Red Car

Here Comes the Big Red Car

Performers The Wiggles

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: January 10, 2006

Genre: General

Style: Children's

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Originally Released: 2006

Label Name: Koch

UPC: 099923997726


Title Track Time
1.Big Red Car --
2.Can You (Point Your Fingers And Do The Twist?) --
3.Wags The Dog --
4.Five Little Joeys --
5.Di Dicki Do Dum --
6.Brown Girl In The Ring --
7.Sorry Again --
8.Intro: Cow --
9.I'm A Cow --
10.Do The Flap --
11.Pufferbillies --
12.Joannie Works With One Hammer --
13.I Want To Wear The Jacket --
14.Intro: Hat --
15.Hat On My Head --
16.Four Presents, The --
17.Intro: Georgia --
18.Georgia's Song --
19.I Am A Dancer --
20.Our Boat Is Rocking On The Sea --
21.Nicky Nacky Nocky Noo --
22.Dorothy's Dance Party --
23.Henry's Dance --
24.Sanctissima --
25.Here Comes Dorothy --
26.My New Shoes --

Editorial Notes

Personnel: Emma Buter, Gregory Page , Paul Paddick (vocals); John Field , Anthony Field, Terry Murray (guitar); Greg Truman, Gerry Brady, Sam Moran, Ryan DeSaulnier (manzello); Jeff Fatt (keyboards); Andrew Bignall, Tony Henry (drums).
Audio Mixers: Phil Judd ; Anthony McKenzie; Robin Gist; Chris Brooks.
Audio Remasterer: Don Bartley.
Recording information: Struggle Street Studios, Bellevue Hill, Sydney, New Sou; Tracking Station Studios.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Alex Keller; Sarah McCloskey; Leeanne Ashley; Tony Rioseco; Kate Tibbertsma; Kim Clelland; Sharyn Garrad; Mike Conway; Paul Field.
Arranger: Dominic Lindsay.
Those with children of a certain age are probably already familiar with the Wiggles, an Australian quartet who are basically the Beatles for the preschool set. The comparison is not quite as outlandish as that sounds, because on Here Comes the Big Red Car, as on their earlier albums, the songs have a maturity of composition and arrangement that's far beyond what most other artists in their genre are doing. This is a slightly roundabout way of saying that although the Wiggles' lyrics will never be mistaken for Elvis Costello's (the title track is extremely insistent on the importance of wearing one's seat belt), the poppy, catchy tunes are melodically sturdy and interestingly arranged. In other words, when the kids want to play this album five times in one afternoon, it'll be considerably less annoying than the average children's music album of weedy acoustic guitar or characterless, rinky-dink synths. ~ Stewart Mason
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