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The Animal Sounds Song

Published on Nov 1, 2010It's a song for children describing the sounds that animals make. It is designed to help learn phonic patterns in English. This song was written and performed by A.J.Jenkins. Copyright 2010 A.J.Jenkins/KidsTV123: All rights reserved. This is an ORIGINAL song written in 2010 - any copying is illegal. For MP3s, worksheets and much more: Kids songs song for children Chords for this song: Capo on the 5th fret. G C G D

Animal Sound Effects

U.S.Fish and Wildlife ServiceThe sound clips are public domain and may be used without prior permission.Birds, Amphibians, Reptiles, Mammals: Purple Martins, Ducks Landingin Water, Geese Honking, Flicker Chicks Feeding, Goldfinch, HummingbirdFeeding, Indigo Bunting, Little Blue Heron Fishing, Loons, PelicanChick, Red-winged Blackbird, Shorebirds, Snow Geese Flock, Terns,Tufted Titmouse, Tundra Swans, Woodpecker Tapping, Wood Stork Chicks,Alligator Hiss, Alligator Bellow, Frogs, Rattlesnake, Bats, Bear Growling,Elk Bellows, Whales Spouting, Wolves Howl, Wolf Pack Howls. NifterAnimal SoundsAudio clips include animal sounds such as Dogs, Cats, Snakes, Donkeys, Elephants, Insects, Bees, Birds, Ducks, Lions, Dolphins, Whales and more. CatSoundsMeowing, Kittens, Purr, Angry, Lions, Tweety, Other. SoundGator Sound EffectsBirds Chirping, Fly, Mosquito, Dog Barking. AnimalPictures Archive's Animal SoundsLots of animal sounds including: Owls, Goose, Hyena, Kookaburra, Woodduck,Tyrannosaurus, Bear, Tiger, Lion, Wolf, Chimpanzee, Hippopotamus,Sea Lion, Dolphin, Whale, Water Buffalo, Seal, Crocodile, Frog, Birds,Camel, Chickadee, Chicken, Chinchilla, Cow, Coyote, Cricket, Crows,Dogs, Donkey, Elephant, Duck, Gorilla, Hooves, Insects, Lamb, Mosquito,Parrot, Pigeon, Puppy, Rooster, Robin, Seal, Sheep, Turkey, and more. AnimalSound RecordingsProfessionally recorded animal sound effects: Bird, Bats, Dogs, Insects,Frogs. Sound& NoiseBear, Bird, Cat, Chimp, Cow, Coyote, Cricket, Crow, Dog, Dolphin,Donkey, Duck, Eagle, Elephant, Fly, Frog, Horse, Hyena, Owl, Panther,Rattle Snake, Rooster, Seagull, Sheep, Tiger, Turkey, Whale, Wolf. Guideto Animal Sounds on the NetAn index specially for animal sounds. Contains links to animal soundsarranged by site. Birds, Mammals, Frogs and Toads, Crocodiles, Lizardsand Snakes, Fish, Insects. Soundsof NatureGoose, Prairie Chicken, Quail, Ringneck Pheasants, Turkey Goggle,Black Cap Chickadee, Blue Jay, Common Loon, Crow, Cardinal, Eagle,Mourning Dove, Meadowlark, Owl, Pintail, Red Wing Blackbird, Robin,Song Sparrow, Wren, Wood Pecker. WhaleAcousticsBaleen Whales, Toothed Whales, Dolphins, Minke Whale, and other oceansounds. AustralianNational Botanic GardensBird and Frog calls. Frogsand Toads of GeorgiaSeveral Frogs and Toads sounds. BirdSongsSongs and calls of some New York State birds. 

Animal Sounds

Animal SoundsHere are the sounds that have been tagged with Animal free from Please bookmark us Ctrl+D and come back soon for updates! All files are available in both Wav and MP3 formats. Sound EffectListenLicenseLabrador Barking Dog Animal Sounds: Alexa Skills

DescriptionYou can now ask Alexa what sound an animal makes. Real animal sounds are used in this skill so you will learn what the animal really sounds like. Here is a list of the available sounds sheep fox goat dog lion whale dolphin tiger crow cat seagull rooster squirrel rhino peacock bat otter crocodile hippo raccoon hawk zebra hyena lemur panther panda koala gorilla jaguar wolf cow moose penguin owl pig turkey donkey guinea pig chicken duck goose alpaca sea lion camel bee wasp mosquito cricket bird snake frog elephant horse bear monkey gecko flamingo badger caterpillar (eating a leaf) cheetah cockatiel fish (splashing in water) giraffe (deep humming sound) hamster hedgehog kangaroo kookaburra mouse octopus (bubbling water sound) ostrich pigeon puffin rabbit reindeer sloth spider (its a tarantula stridulating (rubbing legs together)) tortoise woodpecker You can also say random for a random animal sound. **RECENTLY ADDED** ant fly toucan coyote prairie dog guinea fowl komodo dragon lynx (bobcat) eagle cicadas cougar hummingbird chick (baby chicken) leopard rat chickadee human **EASTER EGGS** unicorn dinosaur shark ghost alien ANIMALS TYPES You can ask for a type of animal sound. Just say "Play a farm animal sound" Types available: Farm Animal Jungle Animal Ocean Animal Savanna Animal Woodland Animal Mountain Animal Desert Animal Scary Animal Domestic Animal River Animal ANIMAL FACTS You can ask for information on the animal like: Size: Just say "what is the length of a pig" Weight: Just say "what is the weight of a pig" Fun fact: Just say "give me a fun fact for a pig" Speed: Just say "what is the top speed of a pig" Lifespan: Just say "what is the lifespan of a pig" Food: Just say "what is a pigs favourite food" If you like using the animal facts on this skill. Check out my skill called animal facts (the one with the spider logo). Enjoy! If you leave a 5 star review with a suggestion for an animal sound, I will try and get it added for you. OTHER SKILLS: Give the categories game WORD TENNIS a go. Just search for Word Tennis on the Alexa skills store. MYSTERY SOUND: Try and guess Ivans mystery sounds. NUMBER TENNIS: Count to 21, it is a lot harder than it sounds. ONE MINUTE CHILL: Have a one minute chill. TWITTER: @hugocatchpole

Verbs for animal sounds

English verbs for animal soundsAlligators - bellow, hiss Apes - gibber Asses - bray Badgers - growl Basenji dogs - yodel Bats - screech Bears - growl Bees - hum and buzz Beetles - drone Birds - chirrup, chirp, twitter, tweet, sing, whistle Bitterns - boom Blackbirds - whistle Bulls - bellow Calves - bleat Camels - grunt Cats - mew, purr, meow, hiss, yowl, spit Cattle - moo, low Chaffinches - fink Chicks - cheep Chickens - cluck Cicadas - sing Cocks - crow Cows - low, moo Cowdog - moof Coyotes - yelp, cry Crickets - chirp, creak Crows - caw Cuckoos - coo, cuckoo Curlews - pipe Deers - bell Dingos - bark, cry Dodos - squawk, cry Dogs - bark, woof Dolphins - click Donkeys - bray, hee-haw Doves - coo Ducks - quack Eagles - scream, cry Elephants - trumpet Falcons - chant Ferrets - dook Flies - buzz, hum Foxes - bark, yelp or simper Frogs - croak, ribbit Giraffes - bleat Goats - bleat, baa Geese - cackle, goble, hiss, honk, quack Grasshoppers - chirp: Stridulation Guinea pigs - squeak / wheek Hamsters - squeak Hares - squeak Hawks - scream Hens - cackle, cluck Hippopotamuses - bellow, rumble, roar, growl Humans - cry, scream, sing, talk Hogs - grunt Horses - clop, neigh, snort, whinny Hyenas - laugh, scream Jackals - howl Jays - chatter Koalas - scream, bellow, wail Komodo dragons - growl, snarl, hiss Lambs - bleat Larks - sing, warble Linnets - chuckle Lions - roar, growl Llamas - growl Magpies - chatter Mice - squeak and squeal Monkeys - chatter, gibber, whoop Moose - bellow Mosquitoes - whine Nightingales - pipe, sing, warble Okapis - cough, bellow Ostriches - bleep bleep Owls - hoot, scream, screech, shriek Oxen - bellow, low Parrots - talk, screech, squawk Peacocks - scream Peafowls - scream Penguins - honk, ehh ehh Pigs - oink, snort, grunt, squeal, call Pigeons - coo Platypus's - chitter, growl Porpoises - whistle, click Prairie dogs - bark Puffins - moo Queleas - twitter, whistle, chirp, shriek, and squawk Rabbits - squeak, drum Raccoons - chitter Rats - squeak Ravens - croak Rhinos - bellow Robins - chirp Rooks - caw Rooster - cock-a'doodle-doo Seagulls - scream Seals - bark Sharks - hom hom Sheep - bleat, baa Snakes - hiss Sparrows - chirp, twitter Squirrels - squeak Stags - bellow Swallows - twitter, squeal Swans - cry Tigers - growl, roar Thrushes - whistle, sing Tokay Geckos - to-keh! Tortoises - grunt Turkeys - gobble Vultures - scream Walruses - groan Whales - sing: Whale song. Wolves - howl, cry, yell Wrens - warble Zebras - neigh, whinny

King Animal

King Animal

King AnimalStudio album by SoundgardenReleasedNovember 13, 2012 (2012-11-13)RecordedFebruary 2011 – August 2012StudioAvast Recording in Seattle, Washington Bad Animals Studioin Seattle, Washington Tnc Studios in Los Angeles, California[1]GenreAlternative metal[2]hard rock[3]psychedelic rock[4][5][6]Length52:01LabelSeven FourRepublic[7]VertigoProducerAdam KasperSoundgardenSoundgardenchronologyLive on I-5 (2011)King Animal (2012)Echo of Miles: Scattered Tracks Across the Path (2014)Soundgardenstudio album chronologyDown on the Upside (1996)King Animal (2012)Singlesfrom King Animal"Been Away Too Long" Released: September 27, 2012"By Crooked Steps" Released: February 12, 2013"Halfway There" Released: September 3, 2013King Animal is the sixth and final studio album by American rockband Soundgarden. It was released on November 13, 2012, by Seven Four Entertainment and Republic Records[8][9]in the United States, and by Vertigo Records[10]in the rest of the world. Produced by both the band and Adam Kasper, the album is the band's first in sixteen years, and the first not to be released on A&M Recordssince 1988's Ultramega OK. However, Republic, Vertigo and A&M are all owned by Universal Music Group. It is also Soundgarden's final studio album to be released before the death of frontman Chris Cornellin 2017, and the subsequent dissolution of the band.[11][12] Contents1 Background and recording2 Composition and style3 Release and promotion3.1 Versions4 Critical reception5 Commercial performance6 Track listing7 Personnel8 Charts9 See also10 ReferencesBackground and recording[edit]In January 2010, Chris Cornell announced Soundgarden had reunited, 13 years following their break-up.[13]At first the band was just interested in relearning the old songs and playing them live, but Cornell declared that "It would be exciting to record one song, to hear how Soundgarden-ish that might be this much time later."[14]The first studio work for the band was finishing the song "Black Rain" for the compilation Telephantasm, which guitarist Kim Thayilsaid "showed our evolvement creatively", and late in 2010, drummer Matt Cameronbooked studio time to show some song ideas and have the band compose some more through jam sessions.[15]In February 2011 it was announced on Soundgarden's homepage that they had started writing new songs.[16]One month later, the recording sessions begun at Seattle's Studio X, under producer Adam Kasper. Sessions would be interrupted by the end of the month so Cornell could move onto his solo "Songbook" tour, which would be interspersed with Soundgarden concerts.[17]Given the band's contract with A&M Recordswas fulfilled by releasing compilation Telephantasmand live album Live on I-5, Soundgarden produced the album independently.[18] Although Cameron claimed the album would be released in 2011,[19]the recording was prolonged as Thayil said that "the more we enjoy it, the more our fans should end up enjoying it."[20]On October, Cornell stated the band would return to the studio in December, as the album was "mostly done, we just need to finish a couple of songs and mix it, so that will be happening probably over the holidays."[21] In May 2012, the band reported that they were eyeing a release that October.[22]On September 17, 2012, it was announced that the album would be titled King Animal and would be released on November 13, 2012.[23]Explaining the title King Animal, Cornell declared that it relates to how the band "were a big fish in a small pond, and we sort of graduated. There was a sense of us feeling like it was us four against the world. We clearly had that from the very beginning. In some weird way after all this time, we persevered. The album kind of stands out as a symbol and an indication of that."[24] Composition and style[edit]Thayil reported that some songs sound "similar in a sense to Down on the Upside" and that the album would be "picking up where we left off. There are some heavy moments, and there are some fast songs."[25]The band members stated the new album would consist of material that was "90 percent new" and the rest consisting of updated versions of older ideas. They also noted that they had 12 to 14 songs that were "kind of ready to go".[26]One of said early ideas was "Taree", which bassist Ben Shepherdwrote in the late 1990s, and had recorded a demo for his solo album In Deep Owl before the band's reunion, where he decided the song deserved a full-band treatment.[27]The sound of King Animal was influenced by the musicians' respective maturation during the hiatus and inspiration from other long-running acts.[18] Release and promotion[edit]For the release of King Animal, Soundgarden signed a deal with Loma Vista Recordings, as CEO Tom Whalley preferred self-contained acts that write their own songs, play their own instruments and sing their own songs. Distribution was handled by Loma Vista's partner Republic Records.[28]Cornell compared the experience of only seeking a label once the album was done to "almost like it was in the beginning of the band."[18] The album's cover and subsequent art direction is based on a sculpture by Josh Graham, who Kim Thayil invited after seeing the artwork he did for his band A Storm of Light. Featuring animal skulls above a field of flowers in a snowy forest, the sculpture "Night of the Last Equinox" features a recurring motif of Graham's art, the juxtaposition of life and death and how "everything between there is such a massive part of the human condition."[29]Chris Cornell stated that the art deals with Graham's interpretation of the songs, which somehow fit the band's frequent moody lyrics with an outdoor theme.[24]Kim Thayil revealed that the band asked for art priorizing white and other lighter colors, to change from how "most of our album covers have had a darker pallet".[30]Graham also did the animated backdrops for Soundgarden's tour, and directed the music video for the album's first single, "Been Away Too Long".[29]Band photography was done by the band manager Don VanCleave.[31][32] To promote the album, Whalley decided to focus on how Soundgarden exploited "an emotional connection from a musician and songwriter to an audience", doing a track-by-track narrative for King Animal at Seattle's Moore Theatre, and performing three intimate concerts at New York's Irving Plaza, Toronto's Phoenix Concert Theaterand Los Angeles' Fonda Theatre.[28]"Been Away Too Long" was the first single to be released from King Animal on September 27, 2012.[33]"Been Away Too Long" and "By Crooked Steps" were used in promotional spots on ESPNfor Monday Night Football, and the former was heard in an episode of Sons of Anarchy.[28]On October 31, 2012,"Non-State Actor" was released through the official Soundgarden YouTube channel. The video for the song features an American flag waving back and forth with the King Animal logo replacing the stars.[34]The week before its release, the album was streamed in its entirety for free on iTunes.[35]On January 29, 2013, the band released a music video for "By Crooked Steps", which was directed by Dave Grohl.[36]On September 4, 2013, the band released a music video for "Halfway There".[37] Versions[edit]Along with CD, LP and digital download releases, King Animal was also issued on a deluxe box setfeaturing the CD with three demos as bonus tracks, the double vinyl, a DVD of the band's 2012 performance at Hyde Park, and five lithographs.[38]Best Buycarried a special edition CD featuring five demos.[39]For Record Store Day2013, Soundgarden issued King Animal Demosas a limited edition pink vinyl featuring the early takes on six songs from the album.[40]Later in 2013, King Animal Plus was released, featuring 5 live tracks recorded for Live from the Artists Denat The Wiltern, Los Angeles and an acoustic cut by Cornell and Shepherd recorded for CIMX-FMin Detroit.[41] Critical reception[edit]Professional ratingsAggregate scoresSourceRatingMetacritic70/100[42]Review scoresSourceRatingAllMusic[43]Alternative Press[44]Artistdirect[5]BBC Music(favorable)[45]Drowned in Sound7/10[46]The Guardian[4]Pitchfork Media5.9/10[6]The Phoenix[47]Rolling Stone[48]The New York Times(favorable)[49]King Animal received positive reviews. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from critics, the album received an average score of 70, which indicates "generally favorable reviews", based on 32 reviews.[42]Stephen Thomas Erlewineof AllMusicgave it a positive review by saying, "King Animal is a big, bright album, executed with precision and professionalism. The band members sound older, not quite as loud, and possess a keener sense of good taste, and it sounds as if they've aged together, which is a testament to their innate chemistry. Simply put, Soundgarden sound like they belong together; Cornell sounds richer, fuller when anchored by drummer Matt Cameron, bassist Ben Shepherd, and the deceptively sinewy and brainy guitarist Kim Thayil, whose presence has sorely been missed over the past decade."[43]Stuart Berman of Pitchfork Mediagave the album a 5.9 out of 10, saying "The best hope for King Animal was that Soundgarden would be inspired enough by their spiritual successors to want to outdo them, and set a new benchmark for ambitious aggression. Instead, the group's first album since 1996 just sounds like the one they would've churned out in 1998."[6]Hilary Saunders of Pastegave the album 7.0 out of 10, saying "Comeback albums are notoriously difficult to conceptualize and actualize and King Animal took more than a year to create after the band spent a decade and a half on hiatus. While this record lacks the canonizing tracks like "Jesus Christ Pose", "Black Hole Sun", "Spoonman" and "Burden in My Hand", Soundgarden deserves to be commended for recapturing the feeling of grunge and reintroducing it today."[50]Luke Turner of BBC Musicgave the album a positive review, saying "King Animal undeniably draws its strength from the band’s accessible Superunknown era, but also takes Soundgarden somewhere fresh."[45] Chris DeVille of The A.V. Clubgave the album a B-, saying "More often, though, King Animal affirms what a potent formula this band established. It’s neither a trainwreck nor a masterpiece, but it stirs the senses in all the right ways."[51]Matt Melis of Consequence of Soundgave the album a C-, saying "Production issues aside, this record proves that Soundgarden still have their muscle but also hints that they are in the process of figuring out how to flex it again. For every realized track like "Worse Dreams", with its circular vocal phrasings and slippery riffing, there’s a jam like "Eyelid’s Mouth" that completely loses its identity — in this case, via an almost painful chorus that asks, "Who let the river run dry?" Still, there’s more than enough merit found in King Animal to ensure that any future tweets by Chris Cornell about new Soundgarden music will confidently be filed under #reallygoodnews."[52]Michael Christopher of The Phoenixgave the album three out of four stars, saying "On the whole, King Animal is a welcome return, and though it doesn't reinvent the wheel, it reminds us why these guys were considered the architects of the Seattle scene."[47]Richard Trapunski of Nowgave the album four out of five stars, saying "King Animal doesn’t sound like a nostalgia-fed cash grab, nor is it poisoned by the desperate commercialism of Cornell’s post-Soundgarden projects. Instead, it picks up where 1996’s Down On The Upside left off, layering Cornell’s distinct howl over psychedelic textures, off-kilter time signatures and heavy, chugging riffs courtesy of way-underrated guitarist Kim Thayil."[53] Scott McLennan of The Boston Globegave the album a mixed review, saying "There's nothing bad about these 13 tracks, but nothing truly remarkable either. It's been 16 years since singer Chris Cornell, guitarist Kim Thayil, bassist Ben Shepherd, and drummer Matt Cameron applied their combined talents to new songs, and while the old chemistry sounds intact (though can we get more from the drummer, please?) the material is not particularly combustible."[54]Tim Karan of the Alternative Pressgave the album three and a half stars out of five, saying "It’s difficult to imagine a new Soundgarden album that would sound startlingly different from King Animal. It’s right in line with the band’s natural progression; so much so that it’s almost difficult to believe it didn’t come out a decade ago. Is it as evocative and emotive as their earlier albums? Not quite. But it’s new Soundgarden songs that sound like old Soundgarden songs—and if you’re of a certain generation or disposition, that’s been a long time coming."[44]Jonathan Keefe of Slant Magazinegave the album three out of five stars, saying "King Animal doesn't contain any standout tracks that justify Soundgarden's comeback or which rank as essential additions to the band's very strong catalogue. The album is less a triumphant return than an example of what happens to most middle-aged rock bands: They've returned as a slightly more conservative version of what made them famous in the first place."[55] Commercial performance[edit]King Animal sold 83,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 5 on the Billboard 200chart, making it the third highest position of Soundgarden's career behind their previous two studio albums, Superunknown(1994) and Down on the Upside(1996), which landed at position Nos. 1 and 2, respectively.[56]It has sold 235,000 copies in the United States as of November 2016.[57] The album reached the top ten on the Australian and German Albums Chart, the top fifteen on the albums charts of Ireland and Norway, and the top thirty on the albums charts of the Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdom.[58] Track listing[edit]All lyrics written by Chris Cornell, except where noted. No.TitleLyricsMusicLength1."Been Away Too Long" Cornell, Ben Shepherd3:362."Non-State Actor"Kim Thayil, CornellShepherd3:573."By Crooked Steps" Matt Cameron, Shepherd, Thayil4:004."A Thousand Days Before" Thayil4:235."Blood on the Valley Floor" Thayil3:486."Bones of Birds" Cornell4:227."Taree" Shepherd3:388."Attrition"ShepherdShepherd2:529."Black Saturday" Cornell3:2910."Halfway There" Cornell3:1611."Worse Dreams" Cornell4:5312."Eyelid's Mouth" Cameron4:3913."Rowing" Shepherd, Cornell5:08Total length:52:01Deluxe Edition CD, Digital Download and Box Set bonus tracksNo.TitleLength14."Worse Dreams" (Demo)3:2015."Black Saturday" (Demo)3:1616."By Crooked Steps" (Demo)4:23Total length:1:03:00Japan bonus tracksNo.TitleLength14."Worse Dreams" (Demo)3:2015."Black Saturday" (Demo)3:1616."By Crooked Steps" (Demo)4:2317."Bones of Birds" (Demo)3:27Total length:1:06:27iTunes Deluxe Edition bonus tracksNo.TitleLength14."Worse Dreams" (Demo)3:2015."Black Saturday" (Demo)3:1616."By Crooked Steps" (Demo)4:2317."Halfway There" (Demo)3:34Total length:1:06:34Best Buy,, and Australian Deluxe Edition bonus tracksNo.TitleLength14."Worse Dreams" (Demo)3:2015."Black Saturday" (Demo)3:1616."By Crooked Steps" (Demo)4:2317."Bones of Birds" (Demo)3:2718."A Thousand Days Before" (Demo)4:24Total length:1:10:51King Animal Plus bonus tracksNo.TitleLength14."Taree" (Live from the Artists Den)3:4815."Blind Dogs" (Live from the Artists Den)4:2416."Rowing" (Live from the Artists Den)4:2517."Non-State Actor" (Live from the Artists Den)4:0918."A Thousand Days Before" (Live from the Artists Den)4:4619."Halfway There" (Acoustic from 89XCIMX Detroit/Windsor)3:22Total length:1:17:06Personnel[edit]

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