Fifth in Sukey Molloy’s award winning musical collection, Five Little Oysters features favorite traditional family tunes and original songs. In keeping with Molloy’s up-close, cheery, participatory style, Five Little Oysters invites listeners into a personal, intimate world of familiar old time favorites. Molloy changes up the lyrics with lots of special effects, creative rhythmic nuances and colorful percussive textures and highlights educational fun with counting and farm animals.
From our NAPPA Awards Music Judge:
“There is a lot of character – and characters – in Sukey Molloy’s music. The New York-based musician populates her tunes with a menagerie of animals sounds and other colorful effects. This approach brings a freshness, and the almost animated quality, to the number of familiar songs (such as “Do Your Ears Hang Low,” “The Ants Go Marching,” “This Old Man,” and “I’ve Been Working On The Railroad”) on this album that really engages young listeners. Sukey closes this delightful CD with a lovely storytime-style reading of “The Story of Little Flame in the Arctic.” “