|1||Cada Niño = Every Child|
|2||Escala Musical = Music Scale|
|3||Siempre Abuelita = Always Grandma|
|4||Barnyard Dance = El Baile Vegetal|
|7||Simplemente Por Amor = Simply For Love|
|8||Hasta Los Muertos Salen A Bailar = Even The Dead Are Rising Up To Dance|
|9||Quien = Who|
|10||Las Fronterizas = The Frontier Women|
|11||Señora Santa Ana|
|CD 8032 A||Tish Hinojosa||Cada Niño / Every Child (CD, MiniAlbum, Promo)||Rounder Records||CD 8032 A||US||1996|
Her 1992 album Culture Swing won the NAIRD Indie Folk Album of the Year. Using music to bring awareness to cultural issues, Hinojosa hopes to bring into focus the plight of migrant workers and children of the poor . Hinojosa, Tish, and Lucia Angela Perez. Cada Niño Every Child : A Bilingual Songbook for Kids.
Cada Niño, Every Child. Top Songs Tish Hinojosa. Destiny's Gate (Spanish version).
Barnyard Dance (Baile Vegetal). Album Cada Niño, Every Child. Barnyard Dance (Baile Vegetal) Lyrics. It was late one night in the pale moonlight All the vegetables gave a spree They put up a sign said the dance is at 9 And all the admissions were free There were peas and greens Cabbage and beans It was the biggest sight you ever did see When old man cucumber Struck up that number You should've heard the vegetables.
Aquella Noche (Album). Memorabilia Navidena (Album). Taos To Tennessee (Album). Cada Niño Every Child (MiniAlbum).
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This song is by Tish Hinojosa and appears on the album Cada Niño - Every Child (1996).
Cada Nino, Every Child - Cada Nino/Every Child, a collection of songs for children, is more down-to-earth than Tish Hinojosa's other 1996 release, the overblown Dreaming from the Labyrinth/Sonar del Laberinto. Her lovely soprano delivers such simple. Description: Cada Nino/Every Child, a collection of songs for children, is more down-to-earth than Tish Hinojosa's other 1996 release, the overblown Dreaming from the Labyrinth/Sonar del Laberinto. Her lovely soprano delivers such simple, appealing songs as Carl Martin's "The Barnyard Dance" and her own "Simply for Love" in both Spanish and English, making this an invaluable aid in bilingual situations. Less successful is Hinojosa's decision to have children play shaky solos and sing cloying harmonies on several numbers. From the Album Cada Niño/Every Child. Listen Now. Go Unlimited. Customers Who Bought This Song's Album Also Bought. Page 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1. This shopping feature will continue to load items.