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5.0 out of 5 stars Great for kids of all ages!
This album contains so many timeless kids favourites and appeals to all generations. Much recommended for children or for those wanting to take themselves back in time to the glory days of Children's Favourites and Junior Choice on a Saturday morning.
Published on 9 Jun 2012 by Mr Dubbing

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3.0 out of 5 stars The radio programme which accidentally created a hit
Its said that Andy Stewart's Donald Where's Your Troosers was played as a joke but it backfired big time when the famous Scot had his biggest hit since 1961 right on the Eve of Christmas nearly 30 years after it was a single on Top Rank.
The programme wasn't Junior Choice but some other one which deliberatly played what were thought to be daft records something like...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great for kids of all ages!, 9 Jun 2012
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This review is from: 75 Songs Remembering Children's Favourites and Junior Choice (MP3 Download)
This album contains so many timeless kids favourites and appeals to all generations. Much recommended for children or for those wanting to take themselves back in time to the glory days of Children's Favourites and Junior Choice on a Saturday morning.
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3.0 out of 5 stars The radio programme which accidentally created a hit, 28 Dec 2012
This review is from: 75 Songs Remembering Children's Favourites and Junior Choice (MP3 Download)
Its said that Andy Stewart's Donald Where's Your Troosers was played as a joke but it backfired big time when the famous Scot had his biggest hit since 1961 right on the Eve of Christmas nearly 30 years after it was a single on Top Rank.
The programme wasn't Junior Choice but some other one which deliberatly played what were thought to be daft records something like the American one Dr Demento
However the single is something of a Presley collectable owing to Stewart's impression of how the song could be sung by Elvis
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good selection, reasonable price, but .., 5 Nov 2012
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This review is from: 75 Songs Remembering Children's Favourites and Junior Choice (MP3 Download)
I don't understand why we have 'I've got no Strings' twice (tracks 6, 16) and 'Zip-A(h)-Dee-Doo-Dah likewise repeated (tracks 38, 69) - if there are enough such favourites for three collections (so far) could we not have 75 different ones on the first set?! The compiler must have been dozing on the job.

Having said that the quality is good (original versions, near as I can remember), and the price, if you buy the whole set, is pretty good.
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