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World Party

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1. Hoy Es Tu Cumpleaqos! (Today Is Your Birthday) - Spain
2. Madrasti Hiloua (My Sweet School) - Morocco
3. Vamos Al Caribe (Let's Go To The Caribbean) - Caribbean Islands
4. Awimbowe - South Africa
5. Canta, Canta Hermanito (Sing, Sing Little Brother) - Brazil
6. Arkadasim (The Friends) - Central Asia
7. Joyita Andina (Little Andean Jewel) - Andes
8. Epo I Tai Tai E (I Will Be Happy) - New Zealand
9. Valparamso - Chile
10. Tue Tue- Ghana
11. Pajarillo Verde (Little Green Bird) - Venezuela
12. Hija Mia, Mi Querida (My Dearest Daughter) - Sefardic
13. Tanti Auguri (Congratulations) - Italy
14. Sambahia - Brazil
15. Have Fun! Viel Spass! Pasalo Bien! - Global

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Is this bawdy Maori song suitable for young children? April 24 2006
By J. Archer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I am unhappy with the New Zealand song "Epo i Tai Tai" being on this young children's CD. It is a bawdy chorus for adults. It was used by New Zealand's Maori soldiers during WW2 any time they heard a sentimental love song.

E po (at night) e taitai (up high) e tukituki (thrusting).

The soppy sentimentality of a song like Lili Marlene was stripped away when this salty chorus was added afterwards.

"Underneath the lantern by the barrack gate,
darling I remember the way you used to wait...
E po e taitai e! E po e taitai e!
E po e taitai, e po e tukituki....

A bawdy comment on what Lili was really waiting for!

This chorus evolved from a frank (but very private) courting song of the same tune "E Puru Taitama e" (I'm a thrusting young bullock) written by Kingi Tahiwi of Otaki in about 1910, and recorded a a salty jazz song by other family members in 1930.

Even now (2006) in New Zealand, this song is only sung by Maori adults, late at night as a "cheeky party song," and it is never sung to visitors.
Really upbeat, my son loves to dance and sing to this album July 30 2011
By firehorse7 - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is a great album, lots of upbeat music my son loves - and so do I! I actually listen to it doing housework and its energy keeps me going!
Great CD for all ages April 25 2008
By jenden7 - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
My daughter's music teacher played two songs from this CD and I was hooked. If you like to dance, especially Latin dance, this music will get you moving. My daughter is not particular to this CD, because she is used to the CD's from her music class, however, she is not averse to it. I love the world beats, tempos, and the variation of tracks. Lyrics are simple and limited. Each track is largely an instrumental with lyrics injected here and there. Very pleasant music and great as background music for a party, BBQ, cooking, cleaning house, etc.
Very good CD ! March 8 2007
By A. Gicquel - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This CD is very good. Voices of kids are great and music is very various and interesting. I like it !!
Simply Amazing Music Nov. 21 2004
By Sundar Iyer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This CD is simply amazing. I sample a lot of world music CDs, including the Putumayo, Timelife collections. But this one beats all the other ones I have. Songs from all over the world, with very different and unique sounds. My favourite is song No. 7: Joyita Andina, but all of the songs in this CD are extremely good and nice. I dont know why this is marketed as 'music for little people'. It is in fact, a must listen for all ages!

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