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Bill Harley and Keith Munslow bring years of performing and friendship to It’s Not Fair to Me, a wacky collection of songs that showcase a wide range of styles and topics that find them at their songwriting and performing best.
Parents’ Choice Recommended, NAPPA Gold Award, 2013 Booklist Editors’ Choice, ALSC 2014 Notable Children’s Recording
Reviews & Quotes
“The pair have the superb timing and chemistry of old-time vaudevillians, and a finely honed sense of what makes kids laugh.” Providence Journal
“Harley and Munslow are, as the kids say these days, ‘brothers from another mother.'” Zooglobble
“An entertaining album that will have listeners rolling on the floor laughing.” School Library Journal
“Where Harley stops and Munslow begins is difficult to determine, so seamlessly do they merge their songwriting, arranging, and performing talents as they needle, tease, and joke their way through the engaging songs.” Booklist
“Ace children’s singer-songwriter-storyteller Bill Harley teams up with his talented counterpart and friend Keith Munslow for humorous, rambunctious and tuneful takes on subjects close to a kid’s heart” Parents’ Choice Awards
“Longtime friends Harley and Munslow open their first collaboration with the title track – a hilarious duet about childhood “injustices” that ranks as one of the year’s top songs. The album’s other nine tunes, from “Stinkeye” to “Hideous Sweater,” also excel at being smart and funny looks at being a kid. Fun for the entire family.” NAPPA
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