Keep On is Little Miss Ann’s fifth album. While she has enjoyed national acclaim and a huge following. Because of her upbeat, down-to-earth and interactive folksy music. Me and my grankids love her albums and this one is just as much fun as the previous four. A collaboration with a newcomer to children’s music Amy D. Because they both love children and are first generation Filipina American musicians that are based in Chicago.
Shake & Sing
Hill and Gully Rider
The Senses Song
Tiptoe Through the Tulips
Where is Thumbkin?
Keep On Keepin’ On
This album has such a huge range of musical styles. We go from the 50’s doowop, traditional, calypso even a springy swing rendition of “Tiptoe Through the Tulips.”
L.O.V.E. makes you feel like you are back in the 50’s. Doowopping your heart away. And I love that style of music and so do my grandkids. We have had so much fun – singing and dancing around the house. And they can do the dances and will dance with me. I hope they never outgrow that. Because we are making beautiful memories while dancing and singing!
The 606 may be an ode to Chicago. But 606 is also OUR area code ( Kentucky ). So, we have decided that it was written for us not Chicago! And if you like Johnny Cash style of music. You will love ”Where Is Thumbkin?”.
We love to get up and dance around and act silly so the Calypso type song that originated in Jamaica ”Hill and Gully Rider” is one of our favorites. We play it over and over a lot. And then we swing into a “fancy” dance with ”Tiptoe Through the Tulips.” It blends sweet harmonies, mandolin and a toy piano. So much fun in one CD.