'Justin Fletcher: The Best Of Friends' CD (Review & Giveaway)

Imagine the combination:

'Reach for the Stars' + 'Justin Fletcher' = ?

To me that equals one of the best things I've heard in an awfully long time!

There is something so intrinsically right about Justin Fletcher and the way he makes children and adults smile, that listening to his CDs has the same effect. And while the songs are certainly not the latest Goyte chart-topper, they do introduce children to a diverse range of different musical genres and classic songs in a non-patronising manner.

The Boy has passed the stage of listening to nursery rhymes and wants to listen to music, but finding suitable music is hard as so much of what is in the charts has unsuitable lyrics or themes for children. Justin Fletcher has taken a great selection of older and well-known songs and covered them in a child-friendly manner to suit the 21st century. The 'Best Of Friends' CD includes:

  • Rockin’ Robin
  • This Old Man (Nick Nack Paddywack)
  • Reach
  • We’re Off To See The Wizard
  • Zip A Dee Doo Dah (The Boy's favourite on the album, I keep hearing him singing it as he's playing)
  • Let’s Go Fly A Kite
  • If I Only Had A Brain

along with the title track ('Best of Friends') and many others.

Justin will ber performing the title track on his new Justin's House tour this Easter, and I'm very excited as we're going to be seeing this in Cardiff (thanks to securing tickets months ago!). I just know that The Boy is going to love it.

The 'Justin Fletcher: The Best Of Friends' CD is available to buy from Amazon, iTunes and all good retailers. For more information on the CD, please visit Justin's Facebook page.

However, I'm lucky enough to be able to offer a copy of this CD to one lucky reader. Please fill in the Rafflecopter form below for a chance to win.

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I was sent a copy of this CD for the purpose of this review. My opinions are honest and unbiased.

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  1. anna m says

    i like him the best when he is as himself! when he visits the kids and shows signs in something special but my little boy prefers him as mr tumble

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