Mothers produce 'child friendly' music

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Two mothers are taking the music industry to task over songs they say are unsuitable for impressionable ears, by releasing an album of more child friendly songs.

Zeamu Music founders Barbara Bishop and Fiona Case told BBC Breakfast the idea was to make age relevant and appropriate songs for children.

Spice Girls song writer and producer Eliot Kennedy said the best way to write for children was to involve them in the creative process.

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