Here are four of the most loved children's fairy tales of all time read and sung by one of Australia's best known children's entertainers, Peter Combe. CLASSIC FAIRY TALES includes "Little Red Riding Hood", "Jack & the Beanstalk", "Goldilocks & the Three Bears", and "The 3 Little Pigs". Kids will love the entertaining songs accompanying each fairy tale.
Here are four more of the most loved children's fairy tales of all time read and sung by one of Australia's best known children's entertainers, Peter Combe. CLASSIC FAIRY TALES 2 include "Cinderella", "The Billy Goats Gruff", "The Pied Piper of Hamelin", and "Rumpelstiltskin". Each story is read in Peter's own inimitable style and includes a captivating and original song.
Peter Combe's KIDDYWINKS has 28 new tracks with all the musical diversity and attention to detail that parents and children have come to expect from a Peter Combe album - gorgeous melodies, fun quirky lyrics, beautifully recorded, children’s voices on many tracks and an action song featuring a superb string quartet.
QUIRKY BERSERKY THE TURKEY FROM TURKEY is a fantastic new CD from Peter Combe and probably his most eclectic album yet! Featuring gorgeous melodies, lyrics that are both whimsical and beautiful, and Peter's delightfully eccentric vocals, the superb Quirky Berserky Band, a bluegrass group, the exquisite sounds of the Zephyr String Quartet, the debut of Peter's grandson Oli (possibly the best 3 year old singer in Australia!), 2 new Classic Fairy Tales songs, 2 children's choirs (Young Adelaide Voices and the Glee Club), lots of solos by different kids aged from 3-11 and a sooo...quirky cameo by ARIA winning jazz vocalists The Idea of North - this is probably Peter's most eclectic album yet!
Beautifully arranged and recorded with Peter's usual fastidious attention to detail and, as always with his children's albums, very adult friendly, is Peter Combe's TOFFEE APPLE. Released through ABC in 1987, in March of 1988 it went Gold. It then went on to go Platinum in December of 1989. It was also awarded the ARIA for 'Best Children's Record' in 1987.