“When the World Was New” CD by Dean Jones (**GIVEAWAY**)


This product was provided free of charge in exchange for an honest review.

If you love albums filled with learning opportunities, terrific vocabulary words, deep thinking lyrics and a variety of musical genres and styles, you will love this new album from Dean Jones, “When the World Was New”. Dean Jones is a Grammy award-winning producer who you may recognize from his work with Dog on Fleas and The Felice Brothers.  This is a rare solo project.

When the World Was New

A peek into the lives of cavemen…

Snail Mail

I love finding letters in the mailbox.  So “get down to the post office and send me some snail mail.”

A Sparrow’s Soul

Musings about a sparrow, a caterpillar, turtles, feelings, thinking and other things…

Human Bean

Babies in tummies of mommies look like a bean.  “I am a human bean…”  Jazzy and fun!

Stand With Me

Great advice for children and adults alike…

I Tried to Make a Friend

Making friends is not that easy…  (giggle)

Outshining Nomads

An upbeat set of observations about the life of a nomad…

Prehensile Grip

“Would we ever have become the top of the food chain…without prehensile grip?”  (Evolutionary thinking…)

Join a Rock and Roll Band

” You can’t know everything, so go and join a rock and roll band…”

Peace in the Valley

Hope for the future…


The word is absurd…

I Feel Like I Live in a Dream

“There is mystery in every star and every apple…”

The styles of music on this album cover a pleasant variety of genres and types.  Plus, the topics and lyrics include terrific vocabulary such as prehensile, absurd and nomads.  This is not your typical children’s album.  With 12 different songs, there is something here for everyone.

Learn more about Dean Jones, Dog on Fleas and their music by checking out their website.  On their site, you can also listen to other albums (I like “Invisible Friends“) and even listen to some of his music.  Follow them on YouTube to catch their highly entertaining videos, like the song “Snail Mail” from this album, and get news and updates on their Facebook page.

“When the World Was New” was released May 14th, 2013, and costs $12.99 for CD, or $9.99 for digital download from Dean Jones, CD Baby and BigKids.com.

Check out the “Snail Mail” soundtrack here:

This product was provided free of charge in exchange for an honest review.


Dean Jones “When the World Was New” CD

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