Sunday, February 22, 2009

Cup of Butter

My three and a half year old daughter is something of an Aldrine Guerrero fan from listening to his album while riding on my car. Buttercup is her favorite song from Aldrine. Today I got her to take a video singing this song while I played backup. She was only willing to sing a few times (it's hard to get a three year old to keep interest in something for an extended period of time) but we did manage to get one decent take. I wonder if she's the youngest Aldrine fan out there?

Anyway, here it is.

6 comments:

C: said...

Wow. Very impressive! She has timing and is in key! She's a natural.

Also, I just want to say how much I love seeing a family with music as something that is engaged in, not just listened to. I try to play for my nieces and nephews whenever I get the chance.

Great video!

Howlin' Hobbit said...

What a cutie!

Craig Brandau said...

Wow! I'm glad we're not related, because that cute little girl would make me broke!!!! :)

Great video! Something to keep for a lifetime.

GX9901 said...

Thanks guys for your comments. Yes, as a dad, it's always special to do something like this with my kids. It was certainly very enjoyable even if it was just a couple of minutes. :)

Anonymous said...

This is great. I am amazed that she knows all the words. A budding musician. She needs her own mahalo brightly colored soprano uke now. Then we'll see what she strums up!

renter said...

That is the nicest video I've seen in a long time.

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What's the maximum you'd spend on a ukulele case for your best uke?

If you could steal one of my ukes, which one would it be???

How curly do you like your koa? (preferably on a uke)

What's the maximum number of ukes a perfectly sane person should have???

Poll: How often do you play the ukulele???

Poll: Which guitar company's approach to ukes do you prefer???

Poll: What's your favorite type of headstock???

Poll: The new basic Collings concert uke (UC-1) sells for about $1k, your reaction is: