In 1980, people were obsessed with "who shot J.R.," to the point where they bought a fun little record about it.
The Kid Stuff Record we are taking a look at today is 1978's It's A Small World!
1978's Star Wars by the Kid Stuff Repertory Company is the subject of the latest Kid Stuff Records article!
‘Enjoy” isn’t the right word, so I didn’t get caught up in the brief national fever and desire last year to binge watch Wild Wild Country, the harrowing Netflix docuseries…
The sixth release under the Kid Stuff Records Label was 1977's The Story of Rumpelstiltskin and Fun Songs to Sing - one of those folks songs has a fascinating history.
Medleys like Stars on 45 were a fad for a few years in the 1980s and then slowly faded away. Why’d the fad die? Because that’s what fads do: they burn brightly then fade away when everybody gets tired of them.
The next record in the spotlight from the Kid Stuff Records label is 1977s Mother Goose Rhymes.
The sixth Kid Stuff Record offering was 1977's The Story of Pinocchio and Songs I Like to Sing.
The third album to be released by Kid Stuff Records was a Holiday album entitled A Family Christmas: Wonderama's Bob McAllister!
The second release from the Kid Stuff Record label was in fact a 1971 rerelease - an album entitled Kids Are People Too!