200611262017There's an article in the NY Times that looks at the evolution of children's CDs to let parents play softer versions of rock songs to their kids that they themselves grew up loving. Dan Zanes was cited in the article as one of the first innovators of children's music in 2002 with a rather folky Rocket Ship Beach - but since then, new movers and rattle-shakers have entered the market to supply the demand generated by parents looking to find more credible music to play their kids.

There’s an article in the NY Times that looks at the evolution of children’s CDs to let parents play softer versions of rock songs to their kids that they themselves grew up loving. Dan Zanes was cited in the article as one of the first innovators of children’s music in 2002 with a rather folky Rocket Ship Beach – but since then, new movers and rattle-shakers have entered the market to supply the demand generated by parents looking to find more credible music to play their kids.

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