Press Release from Little Monster Records:
John Medeski, Billy Martin & Chris Wood have garnered acclaim since 1991 for their raw musicianship, unique melodic and rythmic sensibilities, and their knack for comfortably bending styles to suit their own outrageous -and outrageously fun- vision of music. Their first album of music for children and families is called "Let's Go Everywhere", and it nearly does, incorporating vocals by Chris Wood and brother Oliver, John Lurie, inspired newcomer Tim "Big Time" Ingham, and some very happy children into a joyful pastiche of musical styles. From the hardcore Meters-esque celebration "Where's The Music" to the Latin and Asian-tinged jazz of "Hicory Dickory Dock" and "Far East Sweets", MMW and thier friends will have your child moving their bodies, expanding their musical experience and sharing the joy of this very special group of musicians.

Another Press Release I've found :
Medeski Martin & Wood, known to their legions of fans for their free-flowing "elegant mayhem of jazz and funk," will release a new family music CD, Let's Go Everywhere. Available January 8, from Little Monster Records, Let's Go Everywhere takes listeners on a journey both literal and figurative, through a magical mélange of sounds and vehicular adventures.

Let's Go Everywhere offers the same musical sophistication fans have come to expect from Medeski Martin & Wood (also known as John Medeski, Billy Martin and Chris Wood). This collection of all-ages tunes will keep everyone in the family bopping and jamming along, no matter how long the ride may be.

The band wanted to do a children's record for some time. Chris Wood's daughter shares play dates with the daughter of Kate Hyman and Kevin Salem, co-founders of Little Monster Records. The parents talked over some ideas and settled on the concept of travel and adventure. The band went into the studio together, and four days later had composed, arranged and laid down the basic tracks for this high-flying collection of rousing tunes. The collaborative and improvisational nature of the recording process comes through with the fresh and happy sound of each track.

Most of the songs are MMW rollicking originals, like "The Train Song," "Let's Go" and "Pirates Don't Take Baths." Others are familiar children's rhymes and songs ("Pat a Cake" takes on a kid punk persona, "Hickory Dickory Dock" truly makes time and "All Around the Kitchen" shakes out of its traditions). "Old Paint" is done in an easygoing style complemented with Medeski's expert piano playing. The band also enlisted talented friends to help round out the sound. Tim Ingham sings a tune that Johnny Cash made famous – the result is "Let's Go Everywhere" (echoing "I've Been Everywhere") as well as the original "Pirates" tune. And actor/Lounge Lizards band leader John Lurie (Down by Law; Paris, Texas) contributes his edgy vocals to the offbeat story/song "The Squalb." It helps to know that if you find something fuzzy in your pocket, it's a good thing.