Pull Together is the newest CD from Squeaky Clean, a family friendly band doing cover songs from the 60's and 70's.
With their latest CD release "Pull Together", band founders Suzanne and Glenn have taken on no less a challenge than overcoming the cultural rifts in America that resulted from the toxic rhetoric of recent years. "I feel the divisions in America are overhyped anyway," remarks Glenn. "Look at what matters most to people, and they'll all say the same things: a safe neighborhood to raise a family, a good education for their kids, staying healthy and even helping those who are less fortunate. Our core values are not all that different, despite what the commentators and politicians say."
The CD looks like a an old fashioned record (remember those?) which is a nice touch. Personally, I don't like most of the songs nor the peformances, but that's just my personal taste. My 7 year old son, however, really enjoys the CD...and that's what counts. He has dozens of CD's that he keeps in special case (Backyardigans, Mickey Mouse, Dora the Explorer, LazyTown, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, etc.), and he consistently pulls out this CD to listen to. If you like the songs of the later 60's and 70's, you'd likely enjoy this CD.
Here are the songs:
1. Let's Work Together 2. We Can Work It Out 3. Everyday People 4. To Sir With Love 5. Love Train 6. Comfort Food 7. Motorman 8. This Marvelous Relationship 9. I Got You Babe 10. Little Bit Of Soul 11. At The Hop 12. Build Me Up Buttercup 13. Downtown 14. Civil Defense Nightmare (Duck and Cover) 15. Lean On Me 16. The Kids From Queens 17. Put A Little Love In Your Heart 18. America The Beautiful/Back In The USA 19. I'm A Believer