McGee And Me - The Hits

Thursday 1st August 1991
McGee And Me - The Hits

STYLE: Childrens
RATING 4 4 4 4
LABEL: Reunion

Reviewed by Judi Darby

This album is taken from the 'McGee and me' video series (whadja mean what's that?) and is a collection of the "top 10 hits". It is put together as a radio programme and is well produced. Some of the songs are really beautiful, if that doesn't sound too sentimenĀ­tal. I really liked "You'll Never Be Alone"-the lyrics are so simple that the youngest child would be able to understand them and learn the lessons that it teaches. There is a mix of songs suitable for all age listeners, but unfortunately I failed to find which particular age group would find it most applicable, and as there is so much good children's material coming out these days, it really needed to do something extra to grab the children. Perhaps fans of the video series will appreciate this; I don't think I will be spending too much time playing it.

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Reader Comments

Posted by Susan in PA @ 20:20 on Jul 25 2009

Could you send me a copy of the lyrics to you'll never be alone. I have a friend who is out in CA, who is living in a car right now. Each night she is terrified as she tries to sleep in the car. Some one has tried to break into the car while she was in it etc. My point is she would really gain such peace with these lyrics. She is a brand new Christian. Thank you

Posted by JFetz in Wisconsin @ 16:36 on Oct 29 2008

Does anybody know where I can get the album?

Posted by Josh in ohio @ 02:43 on Jun 29 2007

On the video "Beauty and the Least", who does the music?

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