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Recess Music has announced a July 31 release date for their latest compilation, SOMEONE ELSE’S SHOES. The third installment of their ‘Best Foot Forward’ series of albums following BIG BULLY and U R SOME 1, this new release follows the ‘course in manners’ formula to encourage families to consider the thoughts and feelings of others.  Details on the artists included can be viewed below.


recessshoesFrom the Press Release:
Someone Else’s Shoes opens with a feel-good beat and terrific vocals by Swingset Mamas on “Take A Walk In Someone Else’s Shoes.” Compelling rhythms also underscore important messages about respect, appreciation, and empathy on The Uncle Brothers’ “Team Work” and Troubadour’s “You Hurt My Feelings.” Other album highlights include the Appalachian folk sounds of “Give A Little Love Away” by Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer, Cliff Tetle’s retro vocal stylings on “Everyone Can See A Different Me,” and Jamie Broza’s exceptionally sweet ballad, “Be Nice To Old People.” Kids are sure to enjoy the rhymes on The Hill Brothers’ “There’s No Place For Bullies In Our School,” Jamie Barnett’s guitar picking on “Being With You,” the hand-clapping, happy beat underpinning The Happy Crowd’s “Say Something Nice About Someone,” the sheer musical variety within Jim Papoulis’ “Feel The World Dancing,” and Cosima’s “What A Difference,” featuring blues harp and vocals that have more than a hint of Emmylou Harris. Rounding out Someone Else’s Shoes are offerings from Kelsey Friday & The Rest of the Week, Mike Soloway, Dan Dan Doodlebug, and Mr. KimWebster.”

For more on Recess Music, check out http://www.recessmusic.com/ 

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