She performed with a whole bunch of folks at a Haiti benefit, she's performing with a whole bunch of folks for, er, Nickolodeon's benefit, and what else is Laurie Berkner going to do now? (No, not go to Disneyland. She's a Nick girl.) Well, as previously reported, she's going to release a greatest hits album.
Now we have the full details -- album art there to the side (which does reward the close viewer of the art -- see the moon with the nightlight chain?), release date (June 22), and track listing. It includes a few audio tracks from previously-released videos and "Open Your Heart," newly recorded with the band.
From an industry perspective, I find the release interesting because it's really the first greatest hits release from a kids music star in the digital world. How well will it do if folks can easily just make their own "greatest hits" CDs? Or do people still buy full albums, even for (especially for) kids? Track listing below:
1. Bumblebee (Buzz Buzz) from Buzz Buzz
2. Rocketship Run from Rocketship Run
3. Victor Vito from Victor Vito
4. We Are The Dinosaurs from Whaddaya Think Of That?
5. I’m Gonna Catch You from Under A Shady Tree
6. Moon Moon Moon from Victor Vito
7. Pig On Her Head from Buzz Buzz
8. Fast And Slow (The Rabbit And The Turtle) from Rocketship Run
9. I’m Not Perfect from Victor Vito
10. I Really Love To Dance from Buzz Buzz
11. BOOTS from Victor Vito
12. Five Days Old from Rocketship Run
13. The Goldfish audio recording from the DVD We Are . . . The Laurie Berkner Band (2005)
14. Monster Boogie from Buzz Buzz
15. Song In My Tummy from Under A Shady Tree
16. I Know A Chicken from Whaddaya Think Of That?
17. Under A Shady Tree from Under A Shady Tree
18. Pig On Her Head audio recording from Nick Jr.’s Move To The Music video (2004)
19. Moon Moon Moon audio recording from the DVD We Are . . . The Laurie Berkner Band (2005)
20. Open Your Heart written for the kids of the Pajama Program (2010)