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Sesame Street Old School, Vol. 1 [Box]

Album: Sesame Street Old School, Vol. 1 [Box]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Sesame Street
2)    Abc-Def-Ghi
3)    I've Got Two - (featuring Mr. Hopper)
4)    Goin' for a Ride
5)    What Are Kids Called?
6)    Everybody Wash
7)    One of These Things
8)    Up and Down
9)    Bein' Green
10)    Somebody Come and Play
11)    I Love Trash
12)    Face, A
13)    J-Jump
14)    People in Your Neighborhood
15)    Rub Your Tummy
16)    Number 5, The
17)    Five People in My Family
18)    Nearly Missed
19)    Rubber Duckie
1)    Abc-Def-Ghi
2)    Really Good Feeling, A
3)    Noodle Song, The
4)    Very, Very Special Letter
5)    Big Bird Writes a Poem
6)    Y'all Fall Down
7)    I Just Adore Four
8)    How Do I Know I'm Here?
9)    Everyone Makes Mistakes
10)    Sound of the Letter "A", The
11)    Just Three Colors
12)    Ha, Ha
13)    No Matter What Your Language
14)    Big Bird's Poem
1)    I Refuse to Sing Along
2)    I've Been Working on the Railroad
3)    Old Macdonald Had a Farm
4)    Really Good Feeling, A
5)    Bats in My Belfry
6)    Row, Row, Row Your Boat
7)    I'll Give You a Song
8)    Oscar Don't Allow
9)    Limerick Song, The (Come on and Sing Along with Me)
10)    On Top of Old Smokey
11)    Living Hand in Hand
12)    What's the Name of That Song?
13)    Very Simple Dance, A
14)    Morningtown Ride
15)    Everyone Likes Ice Cream
16)    "C" is for Cookie
17)    Peanuts
18)    John Jacob Jingleheimer Smith
19)    She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain
20)    Finale: What's the Name of That Song [Reprise]
21)    Sing
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Todd Graff, Andrea Giglio, Tom Spiro, Athea Jackson, Clyde Otis Jr., Ana Isa Otis, Christine Winter, Lois Winter (vocals); Bobbie Wood (sound effects).
  • Creator: Jim Henson.
  • Editor: James Timmens.
  • Photographers: Sandy Speiser; Judy Ross.
  • Arranger: Sam Pottle.
  • From the beginning, Sesame Street was a multi-media proposition, not just a television program but a series of books and toys and, of course, records. A high premium was put on original music, and the early years of the venture produced an astonishing amount of the best children's music written during the 20th century, with a high chart placing for Ernie's classic "Rubber Duckie" in the summer of 1970 merely serving as the capstone for an incredible achievement. Anyone who picked up The Sesame Street Record after the single became a hit, but with no prior knowledge, would have been treated to a parade of catchy songs, nearly all of them written by Joe Raposo, the Street's maestro-in-residence who was responsible for the opening theme, "Bein' Green," "I've Got Two," "People in Your Neighborhood," and many more (although not "Rubber Duckie"). Not all the characters were set in stone yet, evidence being the delightful "Up and Down," where a voice that sounds like Grover also sounds like the Cookie Monster. Sesame Street Old School, Vol. 1 is a three-disc set consisting of straight reissues of three early albums, The Sesame Street Book & Record from 1970, Big Bird Sings! from 1974, and Bert & Ernie Sing-Along, also from 1974. Only the first will be widely palatable to children and adults; on the character-focused LPs (especially Big Bird Sings!), the overwhelming nature of the character's idiosyncrasies begins to weigh heavily, although Bert and Ernie have a wonderful sense of interplay on the opener "I Refuse to Sing Along." ~ John Bush
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