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Space Songs
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Studio album
Released 1959
Genre children's

Space Songs is an album in the "Ballads For The Age of Science" or "Singing Science" series of scientific music for children from the late 1950s and early 1960s. Songs were written by Hy Zaret (lyrics) and Lou Singer (music). "Space Songs" was released in 1959 by Hy Zaret's label "Motivation Records" (a division of Argosy Music Corp.) and was performed by Tom Glazer and Dottie Evans.

Other albums in the "Ballads for the Age of Science" series were: "Energy and Motion Songs," performed by Tom Glazer and Dottie Evans; "Weather Songs," performed by Tom Glazer and The Weathervanes; "Experiment Songs," performed by Dorothy Collins; "Nature Songs," and "More Nature Songs," both performed by Marais and Miranda.

Track listing

  1. "Zoom A Little Zoom"
  2. "What Is The Milky Way?"
  3. "Constellation Jig"
  4. "Beep, Beep"
  5. "Why Does The Sun Shine?"
  6. "What Is A Shooting Star?"
  7. "Longitude And Latitude"
  8. "It's A Scientific Fact"
  9. "Ballad Of Sir Isaac Newton"
  10. "Friction"
  11. "Why Are Stars Of Different Colors?"
  12. "Why Do Stars Twinkle?"
  13. "What Is Gravity?"
  14. "Planet Minuet"
  15. "Why Go Up There?"
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