Episode: Father’s Day Special 2020

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Father’s Day Special 2020
The Children's Hour presents a Father’s Day Special. This edition of The Children’s Hour features messages from kids in our listening audience and from our Kids Crew about their fathers, we learn the history of Father's Day, plus we hear from award winning poet Hakim Bellamy about what black fathers must teach their sons in America today. durationtitleartistalbumlabel 05:15Just the Two of UsWill SmithWill Smith: Greatest Hits1987, 1988, 1990, 1991 Zomba Recording LLC, 1997 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc., 1997, 1999, 2002 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. 00:01Father, FatherNY OilSingleKim Sharpton 03:45Call Me PapaDonavon FrankenreiterDonavon Frankenreiter2004 Universal Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. 02:58What Daddies Do (I'll Be With You)Greg LatoCreate My Own WorldGreg Lato 2020 01:44Best Friend (Mickey Dolenz)Brandon CruzEddie Is A Punk2006 Taang! Records 01:00You're My Best FriendQueenThe Platinum Collection (Greatest Hits I, II & III)2014 Hollywood Records, Inc. 04:55Walkin' DaddyGreg BrownCovenant2000 Red House Records 03:35Father SongTalking Hands Talking FeetWalking Songs2014 Talking Hands Talking Feet 03:35Color Him FatherKeb' Mo'Big Wide Grin2001 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. 03:18Daddy Played the BanjoSteve MartinThe Crow: New Songs for the Five-String Banjo2009 Rounder Records Manufactured and distributed by Concord Music Group 01:42I Love You DaddyThe Laurie Berkner BandWaiting For the Elevator2019 Two Tomatoes Records, LLC., Distributed by Concord. 01:38Anne Frank (feat. Miri Ben-Ari)Mark Isham featuring Miri Ben-AriFreedom Writers (Music from the Motion Picture)This Compilation 2006 Paramount Pictures 02:05Bus Ridewill.i.amFreedom Writers (Music from the Motion Picture)This Compilation 2006 Paramount Pictures 01:30Tum Tum Concrete SidewalksAnikukuDemoAnikuku 04:06Your Daddy Loves YouGil Scott-HeronNothing New2014 XL Recordings Ltd. 03:58Tu Sangre en Mi Cuerpo (feat. Pepe Aguilar)Angela AguilarPrimero Soy Mexicana2018 Machin Records 03:46Not All Heroes Wear CapesOwl CityCinematic2018 Owl City 04:05Dance With My FatherNuttin' But StringzStruggle from the Subway to the Charts2006 Koch International The Children’s Hour is supported by the Cultural Services Department and the Urban Enhancement Trust Fund at the City of Albuquerque, city councilor Pat Davis, as well as Bernalillo County, New Mexico’s Commission. We also have support from Electric Playhouse and numerous foundations also support our work including the Infinite Gesture Fund, The Limestone Fund, The Laughing Buddha Fund, and the Entheogen Fund. Thank you to our listeners who also support us!

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