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When I was younger, I got this cassette tape that was called "The Little People's Counting Rhymes", which was back in 1985-1987. Then a few years later in 1991, when I was in the library at Westmoreland Elementary School in Eugene, Oregon, I checked out a cassette tape, possibly the sequel to the one I had, called "The Twelve Days Of Christmas". Basically, these two tapes were narrated by a man and a woman, I'm not sure of their names, but I've been looking for the second tape for as long as I can remember. It had a fun "Counting Rhymes" version of the popular Christmas classic, complete with sounds that corresponded to each gift on Side 1, and several other Christmas carols like "Here We Come A-Caroling", "Patapan", "The First Noel", "We Three Kings", and "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" on Side 2. What I want to find out is, what is the company that made both these tapes? And, if possible, are they available on CD or even digitally? I've searched on Youtube, ITunes, and even Amazon, but I can't seem to find them! Anybody have any suggestions for me?

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12 hours ago, Carl said:

Poke around https://musicbrainz.org/

They have a lot of possibilities. Here's a search for "The Little People's Counting Rhymes," which might have what you're looking for:

https://musicbrainz.org/search?query=Little+People's+Counting+Rhymes&type=release&method=indexed

 

I've just now searched there, and I couldn't find the album I'm after.

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I've even done a search on Google, but all it comes up with is the topic I've made on Songfacts forums. I've searched with Duck Duck Go, which is my preferred search engine, but I can't even find it there. Where do I go next?

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21 hours ago, Carl said:

This might be a tough one to track down. Sorry I don't have any better ideas.

I wonder if there's a good chance it might be out-of-print.

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