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  • Blue Clouds, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings release from 2012

    Blue Clouds, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings release from 2012

    Elizabeth Mitchell’s Blue Clouds nominated for the 56th GRAMMY Awards

    Elizabeth Mitchell’s 2012 album Blue Clouds was nominated for the 56th GRAMMY Awards in the Best Children’s Album category. The award ceremony will be held January 26, 2014 in Los Angeles. This is Elizabeth’s second consecutive nomination and the 29th nomination in the history of the Smithsonian Folkways collection.

    More about Blue Clouds:

    In the land of Blue Clouds, anything can happen. The clear and beautiful voice of children’s music favorite Elizabeth Mitchell weaves musical landscapes that “seem like a patchwork of memories we’ve always shared,” writes Caldecott Award-winning author Brian Selznick. The dreamlike illustrations of legendary artist Remy Charlip illuminate the magical narratives of these timeless songs. Mitchell’s extended family band, You Are My Flower, including daughter Storey and husband Daniel Littleton, embrace us with sound in a celebration of family, imagination and love. Featuring artwork from the book Arm in Arm by Remy Charlip, with introductory essay by Brian Selznick.

    Elizabeth Mitchell’s 2012 album Blue Clouds was nominated for the 56th GRAMMY Awards in the Best Children’s Album category. The award ceremony will be held January 26, 2014 in Los Angeles. This is Elizabeth’s second consecutive nomination and the 29th nomination in the history of the Smithsonian Folkways collection.

    More about Blue Clouds:

    In the land of Blue Clouds, anything can happen. The clear and beautiful voice of children’s music favorite Elizabeth Mitchell weaves musical landscapes that “seem like a patchwork of memories we’ve always shared,” writes Caldecott Award-winning author Brian Selznick. The dreamlike illustrations of legendary artist Remy Charlip illuminate the magical narratives of these timeless songs. Mitchell’s extended family band, You Are My Flower, including daughter Storey and husband Daniel Littleton, embrace us with sound in a celebration of family, imagination and love. Featuring artwork from the book Arm in Arm by Remy Charlip, with introductory essay by Brian Selznick.