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Ecology Sea in Song and Ballad

“Hey, I know, let’s get ripped and record some songs about the ocean for kids.” I suppose one of the beauties of making your own record is that there’s no one to tell you no… as is evident on this custom job devoted to stoner octopus ballads and the like. Not that I’m knocking it though, cause it’s a pretty fun listen for the most part. There’s a definite make-it-up-as-we-go-along-feel to most of it – complete with studio banter. Not sure I’d ever let my kid listen to it, but I applaud the effort, guys. Absolutely outstanding cover illustration too.

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3 Comments

  • “Oh I don’t wanna go there, because my brother always beats me up if I go there.” Mixtape fodder for dayz.

  • Hi,
    It’s great.
    How can I download this song?
    May I ask for help?

    Regards,
    Alex.

  • Hi to all,
    Thanks for your comments. If you get a chance check out my website to read how this album came about with an NSF grant.
    Put that together with me the author with 26 years of teaching public school in Marin County. Sometimes people make snap judgements from downloading one song and never checik the author’s website to get the full background of the album. Thanks for those of you who judge on more than one song and one set of lyrics. By the way I learned some of the lyrics for that song from one of my fifth graders! Bernie Griff

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