~~Family Fun Magazine~~ 'Let's see now: the Muddly Mean has lost his Moptop of Floppery Hair, so two cowpokes named Willy Bill and Billy Bob and a tap dancer named Silly Sally Frumpkin join forces and hitch a ride on a giant tortoise to recover it ... and that's just for starters. Each stop along their journey offers a different musical style in this wacky, song-filled story. At on stop, the indefatigable trio meets Zorky Poon, who sings the blues a la 'the south side of Neptune.' Kids will love both the music and the cast of strange characters as this resoundingly original story unspools in a gonzo stream-of-consciousness style.' ~Moira McCormick, 1996 ~~California Kids Magazine~~ 'There is certainly no shortage of imagination in this fantastic trip from the invented language between songs, creative sound effects (do the fellows first begin their planning in a bowling alley?), great use of background voices on and between songs, and varied instrumentation. The effort is made solid by the addition of several support musicians who have worked with such notables as Norton Buffalo, David Grisman and Jerry Garcia.' ~July/August 1996 ~~Davis Enterprise Newspaper~~ 'The kids will love the story, and you'll love the music. As Sally says, '...the real reward is all the fun we've had along the way.' --Sally Ryen, April 25, 1995 ~~CD, Tape and Coloring Book~~ Listen to 'The Search for the Moptop of Floppery Hair' on CD or tape. Be sure to get the entertaining coloring book and color in the wacky characters as you enjoy the adventure!