Cali performs “The Fishin’ Hole”
Are You Having Any Fun?
Ukulele CD by Cali Rose
This CD includes fifteen classic and original songs that I sing and play on the ukulele. My talented musical friends add just the right splash of ooomph and va-va-voom so you can expect the unexpected.
$10.00 + $2.50 shipping/handling
15 Track • Audio CD Format • ©2009
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- Are You Having Any Fun?
- OO-KOO-LAY-LAY (original)
- True Love
- Soup Du Jour
- Happy Ever After? No Such Ting (original)
- Beautiful Dreamer
- Princess Poo-Poo-Ly
- On Green Dolphin Street
- The Fishin’ Hole – Andy Griffith TV Theme
- Maui Nights
- Aren’t You Glad You’re You?
- Enjoy Yourself
- Let Me Call You Sweetheart
Kind words and reviews
“I really liked your CD. My 2 favorites were by you; Set Your Tushie Down and Maui Nights.”
“Cali Rose has contributed her CD “Are You Having Any Fun?” as a door prize. If you aren’t having any fun, you will be when you listen to her sing and play the ukulele. Funny, ironic and too cool to conga! This is what the uke is all about, thanks Cali!”
“We fully appreciate your lovely renditions, plus you really transfer your unique touch to the instrument as it sings along with your vocals!”
“Your song ‘Happy Ever After, No Such Ting’ and ‘Home is Where I Sit My Tushie Down’ really made me smile and I loved the ‘Beautiful Beautiful Hanalei’ and ‘Maui Nights.’ You have a marvelous gift.”
“I LOVE your CD! It is the best. My new favorite!!The whole package; the songs, the accompaniment, your lovely voice. Truly, it is such a breath of fresh air! Can’t wait to get to one of your shows live and in person!!”
Cali Rose shows her versatility with this CD. She strums, picks, and sings her way into your heart with a combination of fun little ditties, love songs, and a few classics. I love “True Love,” “Beautiful, Beautiful Hanalei,” and “Soup Du Jour.” Those three songs were just wonderful. Kudos to Jim Beloff and Herb Ohta for “Soup Du Jour.” That was the highlight of the album. I do want to acknowledge Cali Rose’s “Home Is Where I Set My Tushie Down.” It is a tune with cute lyrics and a meaning that is inspirational. This CD was a very nice mix of tunes and styles. If you like upbeat, positive, happy songs, this CD is for you. Read the entire review (in PDF) from Ukulele Player Magazine, Issue 7, August 2009