It's pretty unusual for me to recommend children's albums here; in fact I think this is a first for Movies of Myself. Renee & Jeremy's collection of rock and pop covers for kiddies, A Little Love, has charmed me so much that I find myself listening to it just as I would any other album.
Renee & Jeremy's voices go together perfectly, and their music is full of a sweetness and purity that isn't cloying and, most importantly, isn't annoying. I'm sure most of you know this is a quality of almost astonishing rarity in the world of children's songs (cue, "I'm the map" repeated 6,000 times with no other lyrics, wat??) Obviously, darling acoustic versions of Queen and Simon & Garfunkel are my favorite works of Reneey & Jeremy's, but their original albums are also a delight. As an added bonus, the artist who illustrates their records and some of their videos, Hsing Pin Pan, is beyond wonderful.
In fact, the duo have a knack of showcasing great illustrators. If this Jon Izen video for their cover of Coldplay's "Yellow" doesn't make you a little misty, then you might look into removing the stone casing that's built up around your heart. It definitely made me think about the song in a whole new way: