Sorry for the dry spell, but Monday’s snowstorm and Wednesday’s dentist appointment have thrown off my stride. The plague of distractions does not look like it will be easing until sometime next week, so expect the low content mode to linger a while longer.
Please accept this 1982 trade publication ad as a consolation prize.
According to Wikipedia, the now defunct Kid Stuff Records was co-founded by a “Bob McAllister.” It did not specify whether or not it was the same Bob McAllister who served as the hair-helmeted host of Wonderama and Kids Are People Too…
…but I’d wager it was, based on the number of releases Bob had on the label.
I’m not sure why Kid Stuff felt obligated to hype its licensed material, considering the “Kid Stuff Repertory Company” had such strong offerings as Mother Goose Disco, Nursery Rhyme Disco, A Child’s Introduction To Disco, and this immortal classic.