2013 GRAMMY Nomination, Best Children's Album
2013 Parents' Choice Gold Medal Award
2013 NAPPA Gold Medal Award
2013 People Magazine Best Kids' Album Pick
2013 Fids & Kamily Poll #3 Album of the Year Reviews | Lyrics and Chords |
Didn't Know What I Was Missing (feat. Lori McKenna)
CBAs and A Twinkle Baa (feat. Anand Nayak)
Born to Dance (feat. Anand Nayak)
Three Like Me (feat. Vanessa Trien)
Yes Indeed (feat. The Moockettes)
A Scary Song
From Me to You
Green Green Rocky Road (feat. Kris Delmhorst)
A Twinkle Baa Reprise (feat. Clio and Elsa Moock)
2012 Parents' Choice Silver Medal Award
2011 NAPPA Gold Medal Award
2011 Mr. Dad Seal of Approval
Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child Best of 2011
Time Out New York Best Kids' Albums of 2011 (Honorable Mention)
Fids & Kamily Music Awards Best of 2011 (Honorable Mention) Reviews | Lyrics and Chords |
Press Release |
A virtual keyboard, "strum pad," and percussion instruments to play along with the song
Individual track muting and soloing options that allow kids to get inside the song and see how it's built
Designed and Illustrated by Lori Salmeri
Click here to see back of shirt
Click here to see shirt on cute human being
We know what cows really say. Now it's time to let the world know! These shirts are soft and of excellent quality — now available in toddler, youth, and adult sizes.
Toddler/Smaller Youth Sizes
Available in 3T, 4T, 5/6 and 7. These shirts run slightly small and do shrink a little on first wash, so we recommend ordering one size up. You can view the actual shirt color (Vegas Gold) and see measurement specifications here.
Available in S, M and L. These shirts are pre-shrunk and run true to size. You can view the actual shirt color (Yellow Haze) and see measurement specifications here.
Available in S, M, L and XL. These shirts are pre-shrunk and run true to size. You can view the actual shirt color (Vegas Gold) and see measurement specifications here.
"On a new album, Fortune Street, Moock sings about urban isolation, a land of plenty rotting on the vine, and love's many moods with insight, defiant idealism, and a survivor's hard humor. If Woody Guthrie grew up in 21st-century Boston, he'd sound a lot like Moock."
- Scott Alarik, The Boston Globe Reviews | Lyrics
"Alastair Moock's all-American folk music plays out if he were the second coming of Tom Waits. His latest, A Life I Never Had, is a seamless blend of blues and poetry."
- Performing Songwriter
Reviews | Lyrics
"Though only in his mid-twenties, local singer/songwriter Alastair Moock sings with a voice and sensibility far beyond his years... He gruffs and growls through stories of love lost and found, wanted and unwanted, and of the trials and travels of which life's tuneful and at times tragic tapestry is made. Art imitating life, Moock stands head and shoulders above the bevy of Boston-based young musicians, and this album should serve him well as he walks farther down the long and winding road of recognition."
- The Boston Globe
Reviews | Lyrics
Buy any 3 Moock albums (kid or grownup) and get 1 free!
Alastair's wife, author Jane Roper, currently has two books out: a memoir about raising twins called Double Time: How I Survived — And Mostly Thrived — Through the First Three Years of Mothering Twins (St. Martin's Press) and a novel called Eden Lake (Last Light Studio). The books, Jane's much celebrated blog, and her other writings are available at www.janeroper.com.