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McCurdy cut his first album, Ed McCurdy Sings Songs of the Canadian Maritimes, in the early '50s for the Whitehall label. Beginning in 1952, he wrote and performed children's songs and programs on radio and television, and two years later, he moved to New York. In 1955, he cut his second album, The Ballad Record, which was successful enough to justify more recordings, including Bar Room Ballads and A Ballad Singer's Choice, over the next two years
There are some true classics that are well represented here by Ives' amiable narration and singing - "The Little Engine That Could," "Mr. Froggie Went A-Courtin'," and a medley of Mother Goose rhymes. The Grey Goose" (mislabeled as "The Grey Moose") doesn't surpass Leadbelly's sublime rendition, but it does have the advantage of more easily decipherable lyrics - no small matter in a children's album. But not every song has aged well for modern sensibilities; there's the butchering inventory of "The Sow," or how.