No More Animals
Linda Book's album "No More Animals" includes thirteen songs for kids and their families, featuring Linda's wonderful lyrics and melodies, along with her terrific acoustic eclectic band, the Dog-Eared Pages. The title song, "No More Animals," is an anthem for mothers. 'New Color Crayons' is about problems associated with sharing. 'The Growing Door' is about moving away. 'Rat-A-Tat-Tat' is about a woodpecker. Personnel include Linda, who sings and plays guitar; Robert Armstrong on accordion, banjo, guitar, electric guitar, guitar, and ukulele; Allen Barnes on banjo, fiddle, guitar, mandolin; Keith Cary on bass and mandolin; Steve Book on drums and percussion; and Josh Book on tin whistle. 'No More Animals' was produced by Linda Book and Keith Cary, and engineered by Dave Millington. It was recorded in 1989 at Words and Muse Productions in northern California.