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Spinning Tails

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Music & Lyrics by:

© 2001 Words & Music Steve Pullara

All rights reserved. Used by permission.

Steve Pullara, ASCAP

P.O. Box 2091

Warminster, PA 18974


Ph: (215) 675-7743



Cool Beans MusicⓇ

is a registered U.S. trademark 

by Steve Pullara.

With Spinning Tails you'll be tapping your toes, singing along and chuckling aloud as Steve Pullara performs this gallery of energetic and eclectic tunes. Listeners of all ages are sure to be entertained by Steve's original lyrics and perspective in a unique array of topics, ranging from Aliens to Donuts.

Comedy, fantasy and nature are woven into the songs of Steve Pullara and His Cool Beans Band. He's composed engaging soundscapes via pop, jazz, blues, calypso, cajun, bluegrass and even an operetta.

Entertaining. Fun. Even daring. All these experiences and more await you and your family. So go ahead. Pop Spinning Tails into your CD player and enjoy the wild, musical ride brought to you by Steve Pullara and His Cool Beans Band!

Song Titles include: Grandmas' Video Camera, Howdja Do That?, The Little Blue Dot, Fish Tank Full Of Guppies, Make Believe Town, Walk Around My Street, Snowflakes (Are Dancing), Cockroach Conga, Donut Man Blues, Big Balloon, Alien Babies (Revisited) and Henry Jones.

Satisfaction guaranteed! This is truly a family oriented CD. It's great for a car ride with the kids!

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Excerpts from "The School Library Journal" review:​

Pres-Gr.3-- Spinning Tails: "A variety of musical styles are employed including pop rock, folk, bluegrass, r&b, and Latino. "Grandmas' Video Camera" tells of a favorite (and sometime annoying) pastime of many grandmothers with their grandchildren. "Howdja Do That" marvels at the abilities of different animals such as a color changing chameleon. "Make Believe Town" celebrates the joys of model train building. "Cockroach Conga" bemoans the omnipresence of these pests, but in cheerful way. Not bad for a guy who admits he can't read music..."

--Beverly Bixler, about "Spinning Tails!," San Antonio Public Library, TX

Excerpts from "Publishers Weekly" review:​

​Spinning Tails by Steve Pullara and His Cool Beans Band-"Pullara, an energetic childrens' performer with a loyal following in the Philadelphia area, returns with his third recording of jaunty original tunes. With his friendly inviting voice and versatile musicianship (he plays guitar, banjo, harmonica, and kazoo, among other things), Pullara creates story-songs that convey the sense of wonder with which kids see the world..."

--Publishers' Weekly Childrens' Audio/Video

"Steve Pullara sees the world through a kids' eyes.... or at least it seems that way in this collection of 12 songs, each one punctuated with Pullara's unique, appealing sense of humor. The performers' particular talent is the ability to see and vocalize the marvelous in the mundane, whether it's a fish tank, toy train set, or snowflakes (always magical in small doses!) Farther afield, there are neighborhood streets, ubiquitous "alien babies," conga dancing cockroaches, camcorder-touting grandmas, and most wondrous of all, the "little blue dot" where we all live. Pullara and the Cool Beans Band provide smooth, friendly, diverse musical settings in this gentle crowd pleaser."
--The American Library Association, Booklist Magazine

"This high-energy artist mixes music and art in his live performances to the delight of all ages. On his latest CD, Spinning Tails, Pullara displays growth as a songwriter and performer while maintaining the positive messages and simple sense of fun that appeals to his young audience. Steve's own sense of wonder at the world permeates Spinning Tails. Every family will recognize "Grandma's Video Camera," although I admit this city gal has a soft spot for "Cockroach Conga." I'd recommend Spinning Tails for the younger members of the family, although it's certainly fun listening for everyone." --Kathy O'Connell, MetroKids Magazine: Sound Off! about "Spinning Tails!"​

Music For All Ages, Kathy O'Connell is a contributing writer to MetroKids and host of the
Peabody-award-winning "Kid's Corner" on WXPN

Music and Lyrics with Kids in Mind: Spinning Tails​

"Steve has chosen themes that children relate to, ingenious lyrics they'll sing along to, and catchy music compositions they will love. Many tracks have already been featured on our preschool children's radio program - such as Grandmas' Video Camera, The Little Blue Dot, and Alien Babies and we'll be including many more in upcoming shows. Children need to listen to music and this album is educational, entertaining and well produced.

(Earwax - Community Radio 2RSR, Sydney Australia) --Sandi Pomirski about "Spinning Tails!"Producer and Host, Big Pond Radio in Sydney, NSW,

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