Among the most beloved child’s verse of the 1960s, Attic of the Wind whisks young listeners away to the breezy blue skies of a blustery day. Performer John Cunningham is like a soft and billowy cloud, his soothing airs summoning children on a flight of fancy amidst birds, butterflies, and balloons. With over a million copies sold, Doris Herold Lund’s ethereal lullaby continues to enchant young listeners with its portrayal of a windswept realm where lost treasures - hats, leaves, scraps of paper - float far above.
©1966 Doris H. Lund; (P)1967 Weston Woods
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