Melonball Music is the collaborative team of award-winning writers and producers Stevie Gold and Annie Moscow, both of whom are individual Artists on our sites. Together, they have written music for film, television and a variety of recording artists ranging from Sarah Vaughn to Mickey Mouse. In 1992, Moscow and Gold penned the hit song, “All of My Love” for Kathy Sledge, whose album became a #1 Billboard hit. Melonball Music presents for our clients many of these earlier popular and award-winning tracks.
In 1994, Melonball Music released their first joint venture, a CD of original songs for children, “Land of the Diamond Sun”, which has been described as "sensitive, humorous, loving, sassy, audacious and wonderful”. Many different artists perform the songs in different styles, produced with a sophistication not often heard in children's music. "Land of the Diamond Sun" has earned national acclaim, as well as three children’s radio hits: “Little Lies,” “Smile Billionaire” and “Land of the Diamond Sun.” The songs from the album are now on our sites for use in future productions.
Everybody's got something to deal with - from physical conditions to social issues to your basic whining. Very up, rocking, Laundry-list style song for children about all the things everybody has to deal with. Uptempo R&B style with gospel overtones. Mixed Vocals, Pop, Pop Music
Ridiculously silly song about a friendly monster who has ten hands and twelve toes and green spots on his nose and teaches dance and crashes and knocks over lamps. Sung in a Sylvester-esque voice along with dialogue interspersed and munchkin-sounding background vocals. Mixed Vocals, Horror, Monster Pop
mellow reggae uplifting song about the Smile Billionaire - doesn't have much money but everyone wants to be around him because he has a smile for everyone. Duet. One of the singers sounds like Karen Carpenter. Mixed Vocals, Reggae, Reggae-Pop
children's song. Opens and ends with children dialogue. Jazzy Andrews Sisters vocal-style original song with rubato bridge about The Golden Rule/Karma. Why violence doesn't pay. Female Vocals, Jazz, Swing Ensembles
Upbeat fun country song for children that tells story about a ferret that gets loose in the house and runs around & nobody knows what it is. Presented in talking style ala Johnny Cash. Male Vocals, Childrens, Lullabies
Rap song for kids about the dangers of telling lies, because one turns into many and gets you into trouble. A simple lie multiplies and ends up bringing in the military. Female Rap & Vocals, Hip Hop, Old School
young teens rapping - when you have a troubles - throw them in the back of the garbage truck. Garbage lady with New York accent breaks in & encourages teens to throw their troubles in the back. Female Rap & Vocals, Hip Hop, Old School