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Sunny Side of the Street

by John Lithgow

Sunny Side of the Street by John Lithgow

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Sunny Side of the Street

by John Lithgow

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Label: Razor & Tie
He may not have the greatest jazz voice but John Lithgow doesn't need to sing perfectly to turn this baker's dozen of Tin Pan Alley classics into an enjoyable children's album. The man's a born entertainer, and it shows: the melodies are simple, the jokes G-rated and his enunciation divine, while song topics range from saying hello to flowers to imagining what it would be like to be a manitee. As an added bonus, Madeleine Peyroux takes a Billie Holiday-esque turn on "On The Sunny Side Of The Street."

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He may not have the greatest jazz voice but John Lithgow doesn't need to sing perfectly to turn this baker's dozen of Tin Pan Alley classics into an enjoyable children's album. The man's a born entertainer, and it shows: the melodies are simple, the jokes G-rated and his enunciation divine, while song topics range from saying hello to flowers to imagining what it would be like to be a manitee. As an added bonus, Madeleine Peyroux takes a Billie Holiday-esque turn on "On The Sunny Side Of The Street."

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He may not have the greatest jazz voice but John Lithgow doesn't need to sing perfectly to turn this baker's dozen of Tin Pan Alley classics into an enjoyable children's album. The man's a born entertainer, and it shows: the melodies are simple, the jokes G-rated and his enunciation divine, while song topics range from saying hello to flowers to imagining what it would be like to be a manitee. As an added bonus, Madeleine Peyroux takes a Billie Holiday-esque turn on "On The Sunny Side Of The Street."