CD - "Do the Weather Wiggle with Stormin' Bob Swanson"
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These tunes aren't on "Do the Weather Wiggle with Stormin' Bob Swanson," but check out these demo versions of tunes that might make the next CD.
Tales Behind the Tunes
How Hot is It?- Whats worse than raining cats and dogs? . . . Hailing taxis! That's the joke that inspired this silly tune about extreme weather. Thanks Johnny Carson!
The Weather Riddle Song- The first song I ever wrote -- the first step in my musical, meteorological journey.
Snow Day- Ive experienced the promise of a snow day from the perspective of the student, the teacher, and the forecaster. Note the Let It Snow in the harmonica break.
The Tongue Twister Weather Song- Try to keep your tongue untwisted when singing about thermometers, anemometers, and pluviometers.
Old MacDonald Had a Barn- What album is complete without including a song with animal noises. You cant spell insomniac sheep without E-I-E-I-O.
The Ballad of Bob Swanson- Im no Earl Scruggs, but this tune tells my tale with the help of a banjo.
The Weather Safety Polka- Im a huge polka fan -- this one delivers helpful safety tips.
Waitin' for Better Weather Blues- We can all relate to that sinking feeling when the forecast goes south and Saturday plans go down the drain.
Ive Got an Attitude (About My Latitude)- A rap song on mandolin. Special thanks to my brother David, who passed his love of geography on to me at an early age.
The Weather Wiggle- Get up and dance!
"Head in the Clouds"
"Waitin' for Better Weather Blues"
"The Weather Safety Polka"
"I've Got an Attitude (About my Latitude)"
Old MacDonald Had a Barn