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By Go Fish Guys (Artist)
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Item Number 58128  
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Item Specifications...

Record Label   Inpop Records
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 4.94" Width: 5.63" Height: 0.44"
Weight:   0.2 lbs.
Binding  CD
Release Date   Aug 28, 2001
ISBN  0012174858  
EAN  0804147123925  
UPC  804147123925  

Availability  0 units.

Track Names
1.  I See You
2.  Until the Stars Fall
3.  That's What Amazes Me
4.  Infectious
5.  Watch Me Go
6.  Clover Leaf Park
7.  You're My Little Girl
8.  What Mary Didn't Know
9.  You Remind Me
10.  Lord I Give You Me
11.  Silent Night [*]

Item Description...
1) I See You
2) Until The Stars Fall
3) Thats What Amazes Me
4) Infectious
5) Clover Leaf Park
6) Youre My Little Girl
7) What Mary Didnt Know
8) You Remind Me
9) Lord I Give You Me
10) Silent Night Bonus Track
11) Silent Night
12) Bonus Track
13) Bonus Track

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Go Fish Pop music has long known the value of sampling and building upon a well-loved Motown hit. Toys R Us fights to keep shelves stocked with the latest twists on century-old board games, from Star Wars Battleship to Toy Story Memory. And with new versions of such favorite films as Karate Kid and Footloose, it seems even Hollywood has gotten the message: You can’t beat a classic. Nostalgic moms and dads are lining up with kids in tow, ready to share the growing line-up of souped-up childhood favorites. So maybe, just maybe, when acclaimed family entertainers Go Fish hatched a seemingly hair-brained scheme to bring hymns to kids, the beloved group—who, among numerous accolades, has appeared on The Today Show and performed before a capacity crowd at St. Paul’s Xcel Energy Center—just might have known what they were doing. They’re Kickin’ It Old School. In the age of PowerPoint and video screens, many of today’s kids have never even seen a hymnal. But as Go Fish members Jamie Statema, Jason Folkmann and Andy Selness know, the Truth is always the Truth, and those classic songs that have remained in our heads and hearts since childhood still have a place for families today—even if they’re played more often on iPods than church organs. “Technology has come so far so fast, and people just want the latest and greatest hip new thing. But a lot of the ‘meat and potatoes’ get lost,” says Jason, dad to a toddler of his own. “Keeping in mind our audience, that kids are our focus and especially families with young kids, we wanted to pass foundational songs down to the next generation—songs that were important to us growing up.” “CS Lewis called it ‘chronological snobbery’—every generation thinks the previous generations were out of touch and we know better,” adds Jamie. “But so much in today’s world is man-centered. Many times even the Gospel becomes all about us, what’s in it for us. More than anything we’ve ever done, Kickin’ It Old School is definitely God-focused. For us it isn’t just about singing old songs, it is about teaching kids that the Truth is in the Bible.” After rocking it out on the title track, Kickin’ It Old School promptly launches into a “mash-up” of old and new. The chorus of the Larry Norman-penned “Sweet, Sweet Song of Salvation,” originally released in 1970, is paired with the 1866 church classic “I Love to Tell the Story.” Given the 2010 Go Fish treatment, it becomes a party track, even with its opening organ chords and the band’s trademark harmonies. “This song is really the whole point of the record—we love to tell the story of Jesus,” says Andy, the father of four. “And because it’s Go Fish, it’s a very singable, upbeat song. My girls love it.” From “Blessed Assurance” to “This is My Father’s World” and “I’ll Fly Away,” parents and grandparents will find songs they can not only sing by heart, but will have fun teaching to the kids in their lives. Because they create children’s music, the Go Fish guys aren’t limited by just one style, bringing in harmonica on a favorite of Jason’s, “Shelter in the Time of Storm,” and featuring a special guest on another track. “We came across a version of ‘Solid Rock’ that Denver and The Mile High Orchestra did big band-style, and loved it,” says Jamie, dad to three boys. “It was a joint effort—we borrowed his band and arrangement. With our harmonies, it is just a fun song.” Kickin’ It Old School is the latest installment of the biblical foundation for kids and families that Go Fish has been building since their 2003 children’s music debut, Splash. Leaving behind a career in Christian pop, the trio turned their attention to making music exclusively for kids after a series of sold-out concerts gave them a nudge toward an audience which might have been smaller in stature, but not in numbers. They found that good news—and good music—travels fast, especially on the mom circuit. Between headlining MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) conventions and making a name for themselves with songs that explain why ladybugs should wear sunscreen and what would happen if kids ran church, Go Fish has followed up with more DVDs and a fistful of albums, including Superstar (2004), Snooze (2006), the Christmas release Snow (2006), Snazzy (2007) and Party Like A Preschooler (2008). “We’re just different. Our music is almost secondary,” says Jamie. “We take pride in our work and art, but our priority is sharing the Gospel and teaching the Bible to kids. Our success doesn’t depend on the next radio single. The only people that matter to us are parents, kids and children’s pastors. In fact, we hardly put money into advertising any other way—when parents, kids, and grandparents hear it, they spread the word.” For a band that aimed to be the next dcTalk and now consistently sells-out children’s concerts from coast to coast, it is apparent how truly unique Go Fish is. While hymns might not be the obvious choice for a new kids album, you also won’t find many touring bands creating their own Vacation Bible School curriculum to pair with it. Originally released in 2009, “Backstage With The Bible” was the band’s first VBS curriculum, having been used in over a thousand churches to date. And after talking with children’s pastors around the country who embraced their program, Go Fish realized they had a new job on their hands—one they have taken very seriously in creating their second VBS for use next year, the “Kickin’ It Old School” curriculum. “Creating the music is just the first part. When we finish the CD our job is only beginning,” says Jamie. “For our Vacation Bible School curriculum, we teamed up with the experts for help. Our experience is that children’s pastors are some of the sharpest people we’ve ever worked with, so essentially, a lot of the ‘Kickin’ It Old School’ materials have been written by the people who we are writing it for.” As with their new album, the VBS curriculum is a rally cry to join the Go Fish guys in getting back to the Bible, and both go even deeper than before because of the hymns. “If you look back and ask kids what they made for crafts or had for treats, they probably won’t remember. But the songs you learn when you’re little just stick with you,” Jamie states. Given all the things we grown-ups have tucked away from our childhoods—“You sank my Battleship!” “Wax on, wax off.” On a hill far away, stood an old rugged cross—it’s good to know the important things stick with us, and that the Truth, indeed, never changes. It’s a foundation that Go Fish wants to pass on to generation after generation, keeping the Bible in the tiny hands of our children—and Kickin’ It Old School.

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Infectious. Fun, upbeat and God based  Jan 20, 2005
I have wanted Infectious for a while and now I finaly have it. But before I got it my friend's older sister got it. We would sit in thier mud room and listen to 'Watch me go' and 'Your my little girl'. They were my favorite then.....and now. Although I love them all.

I See you 5/5
Until the stars fall 3/5
That's what amazes me 5/5 - slow but still a favorite
Infectious 5/5 - upbeat and fun
Watch me go 100/5
Clover leaf park 5/5
Your my little girl 100/5
What Mary didn't know 5/5
Intro to You remind me 3/5 - funny but not a favorite
You remind me 4/5 - better than the intro
Lord I give you me 4/5
Silent Night 5/5

Hope this was helpful!
Easy Listening C-music  Nov 1, 2002
I stumbled across this CD by chance. I'm glad I did. Go Fish has music that is upbeat and has a feel good prescence to it. "I See You" is the best piece on the CD. Admittedly I find myself listening to this one over and over. Christian undertones are encouraging and relevant to believers. "Watch me Go" is light and has an easy beat to enjoy and you pick up the lyrics too. Enjoy, I have.
Are you infectious?  Jul 31, 2002
"Infectious" is the dawn of a new day for typically acappella group Go Fish, and they seize the fresh opportunity with a flourish and enthusiasm that's contagious. Though die-hard Go Fish fans will notice a most definite difference in the music because of the added instruments, one can easily see that despite the change Go Fish has retained their special zest that gives their music life. "Are you gonna wait till the stars fall from the sky" to get this CD? Hopefully not, because it's worth hearing. From their remakes of "What Mary Didn't Know" and "You're My Little Girl" (good, but originals are best) to their "I See You" and the upbeat "Infectious", Go Fish displays their talent for writing poignant lyrics and teaming them with the ideal melody. Some of the songs were written from a very autobiographical point of view, including "I See You." "Watch Me Go" was a "direct result of [go fish] signing [their] first record deal down in Nashville", and "Cloverleaf Park" was written by Jamie for his wedding- a beautiful song that displays total commitment and love to one's spouse. "The artist creates his masterpiece from nothing", and with the assistance of the master artist, that's just what Go Fish does with "Infectious".
You'll love this CD! <º((( ><  Nov 14, 2001
This is a must have, for all you Go Fish fans. For those who haven't heard of Go Fish but love Christian music this is one you'll love. Most of the people I know that like FFH really like this group too. This is one of the few CDs I own that I love every song on the CD. For those that love acapella Go Fish also has a few acapella CDs. The one called "Out of Breath" is awesome and has two of the songs from the "Infectious" CD on it, only in acapella.
You'll love this CD! <º((( ><  Nov 14, 2001
This is a must have, for all you Go Fish fans. For those who haven't heard of Go Fish but love Christian music this is one you'll love. Most of the people I know that like FFH really like this group too. This is one of the few CDs I own that I love every song on the CD. For those that love acapella Go Fish also has a few acapella CDs. The one called "Out of Breath" is awesome and has two of the songs from the "Infectious" CD on it, only in acapella.

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