GoGroove Move L3D Mood Light Speaker

  • Stereo speaker with lights that flash in time to the music, like an analog Winamp visualization
  • Runs on AC power, or charge it up for 6 hours of portable play time
  • Works with any music source through a 3.5mm aux-in cable
  • But that means you have to keep your device nearby - no Bluetooth or whatever
  • Lighten up, Mr. Serious Audio - it's fun for kids
  • Model: GG-MOVE-L3D
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Hypnotize your kids into good musical taste.

Look, your kids are going to like some music you hate. That's as it should be. Encourage it. But you also want to encourage them to appreciate "good" music, right? You've got to get to them early. By the time they're in high school, it'll be too late to start.

Cue the GOgroove Move L3D Mood Light Speakers. And queue up this playlist of kid-friendly classics. While they're entranced by the colored lights pulsing and flashing in time to the rhythm, they'll be getting familiar with the major currents of pop music history. And it won't feel like a lesson. It'll be fun. Like music is supposed to be.

Johnny Cash - "Ring of Fire"
Why kids should hear it: so they know where country music came from.
Why kids will like it: what kid wouldn't be fascinated by a song about a ring of fire?
Why it works with the GOgroove Move: those horn flourishes ought to light up real good.

James Brown - "I Feel Good"
Why kids should hear it: to understand that this isn't just a song for TV commercials and movie montages.
Why kids will like it: it's irresistibly funky and kid-simple.
Why it works with the GOgroove Move: that rhythm.

The Beatles - "Rain"
Why kids should hear it: if they don't know the Beatles, they should. And if they do know the Beatles, here's a deep-cut B-side to build their budding record-geek cred.
Why kids will like it: the nursery-rhyme cadence and melody.
Why it works with the GOgroove Move: those amazing Ringo fills.

Led Zeppelin - "Immigrant Song"
Why kids should hear it: for early diagnosis of metal tendencies.
Why kids will like it: "aaah-aaah-AAAAAAAAH-aah!"
Why it works with the GOgroove Move: that stomping groove, those crashing crescendoes.

Bob Marley - "Three Little Birds"
Why kids should hear it: so they're not the biggest square in their freshman dorm.
Why kids will like it: it's basically a nursery rhyme that bounces.
Why it works with the GOgroove Move: the sweet, steady sway of the Wailers at their gentlest yet most locked-in.

Gloria Gaynor - "I Will Survive"
Why kids should hear it: so they don't grow up with the shortsighted anti-disco prejudices that kept so many '70s and '80s kids from enjoying some amazing records.
Why kids will like it: it's dramatic, catchy, spirited, and damn funky.
Why it works with the GOgroove Move: those slow builds that kick into high rhythmic gear.

The B-52's - "Rock Lobster"
Why kids should hear it: to learn that weird is good.
Why kids will like it: cartoony vocals, cartoony lyrics, cartoony sounds of every description. It runs almost five minutes, but there's always something new going on to listen to.
Why it works with the GOgroove Move: those staccato organ stabs.

The Ramones - "Rock 'n' Roll High School"
Why kids should hear it: so they never lose touch with that inner punk rocker that all kids are born with.
Why kids will like it: it's catchy as all hell, and it's about having fun while hating school.
Why it works with the GOgroove Move: it's fast and loud.

Cyndi Lauper - "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun"
Why kids should hear it: so they get what all those '80s jokes in movies and TV are about.
Why kids will like it: girls, especially, will love singing along with the title. But that melody, and Cyndi Lauper's vocal, are powerful enough for boys, too.
Why it works with the GOgroove Move: that smashing synthesized snare drum.

Van Halen - "Jump"
Why kids should hear it: as an easy gateway into the concept of guitar heroics.
Why kids will like it: it's about jumping. And that synth line is easy to play and sounds cool on even the crappiest toy keyboard.
Why it works with the GOgroove Move: that synth line, and the shouted "Jump", and the drum fills.

They Might Be Giants - "Particle Man"
Why kids should hear it: to see that being a geek is no barrier to making great music.
Why kids will like it: perfectly silly lyrics, singsong melody, general awesomeness.
Why it works with the GOgroove Move: the sharp synthetic sounds that TMBG would soon move on from.

Kriss Kross - "Jump"
Why kids should hear it: because hip-hop is, and will remain, the dominant musical influence of their lives. And of the early pop-rap hits with kid-friendly lyrics, this is the one that holds up best. Seriously, their flow is pretty good, and the track still moves.
Why kids will like it: again, it's about jumping. Also, kids are singing. And sometimes they wear their clothes backwards.
Why it works with the GOgroove Move: that beat tho.

Of course, it shouldn't stop there. What songs turned the young you - or your kids - on to the variety and power of great music? Reach back into your old box of 45s or cassingles and spin those pre-teen hits in today's forum, so we can all can listen to music like a kid again.

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