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These Are My Friends

These Are My Friends
  1. These Are My Friends
  2. Feets Up (feat. Rani Arbo)
  3. Ladybugs’ Picnic (feat. Mark Erelli)
  4. Mail Myself to You
  5. Didn’t Know What I Was Missing (feat. Lori McKenna)
  6. CBAs and A Twinkle Baa (feat. Anand Nayak)
  7. Born to Dance (feat. Anand Nayak)
  8. Three Like Me (feat. Vanessa Trien)
  9. RePete
  10. Yes Indeed (feat. The Moockettes)
  11. A Scary Song
  12. From Me to You
  13. Green Green Rocky Road (feat. Kris Delmhorst)
  14. A Twinkle Baa Reprise (feat. Clio and Elsa Moock)

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2011 National Parenting Publications Awards Gold Medal
2012 Parents’ Choice Silver Medal
Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child Best of 2011
Time Out New York Best of 2011 (Honorable Mention)
Fids & Kamily Industry Poll Best of 2011 (Honorable Mention)

Scott Alarik, Music Writer, Boston Globe and Sing Out!:
“These real-life family songs are as sweetly satisfying as a mouthful of caramel, sung in an affable leap-froggy baritone, but they’re not confections. They examine the real struggles of childhood, nighttime fears, drowsy mornings, grown-ups who don’t get it and the quest for who we really are in this world, as crucial at six as it is at sixty.”

National Parenting Publications Awards (NAPPA):
“Moock’s wonderful knack for filling catchy ditties with humorous lyrics will bring a smile to your face… His backwards alphabet/nursery rhyme mash-up ‘CBAs And A Twinkle Baa’ is award-worthy on its own.”

Parents’ Choice Foundation:
“With wit and warmth, gravel-voiced folk artist Alastair Moock more than matches the zany charm of his first entertaining family album, ‘A Cow Says Moock,’ with this second foray into the genre… [Moock is] not only a fine musician, he’s an observant dad whose songs clearly come from the heart.”

Time Out New York Kids:
“A musical descendant of Woody Guthrie, Moock refreshes the classic brand of acoustic folk with a zany sense of humor as seen on songs about a mixed-up alphabet (‘CBAs’), being a curious toddler (‘Three Like Me’) and harvesting your own veggie garden (‘Didn’t Know What I Was Missing’).”