I haven't had a lot of opportunity to talk about John Upchurch and Mark Greenberg's awesome kids music album John and Mark's Children's Record. Well, now I do -- they've released John and Mark's Children's Record Coloring Pages, which they describe as "16 pages of mildly disconcerting fun! Color inside and/or outside the lines.... Guaranteed fun for some!" And, yeah, that pretty much sums it up -- it's like the love child of Taro Gomi and a benign David Lynch. You don't need to own the album to enjoy the coloring pages, though if you enjoy the absurdity on the disk, you'll enjoy the pages. Kids, they don't care -- they'll color anything!
And although Tight Ship Records have taken down their free mp3s from the page, the Bloodshot Records page for the disk has a couple available for you (including the previously un-offered ("The Elephant Leads The Way") to try out if for some unfathomable reason you don't already have the disk.
John and Mark's Children's Record Coloring Pages [pdf]