While it's not as tripped out and funky as the Stark Reality LP, this children's record is still a 70s classic, with some nice funky R&B backing
, but mostly worth it for the sing song children's rhyme vocals and spoken bits and skits between the songs. The whole thing's got a very Prince Paul vibe to it, and is ripe for sampling, but truthfully we had a great time here at DGA just kicking
back and listening to it too! 12 tracks in all, in a great gatefold sleeve with cartoons on the inside and endorsements on the back with everyone from Ed Sullivan to BB King
to John Lindsay (the then Mayor of NYC). Includes "Roosevelt Franklin Counts", "Days Of The Week", "Mobity Mosely's Months", "Keep On Trying", "The Safety Boy Blues", "Just Because", "The Skin I'm In", "A Bear Eats Bear Food", "Halfies", "Me & You", "Old King
Midas" and "Roosevelt Franklin's Alphabet".
(Cover has some marker at the top & light wear. Vinyl plays with some clicks & crackles.)