20 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

From the show’s theme song to “‘C’ Is for Cookie” and Ernie’s “Rubber Ducky,” all the beloved favorites are present and accounted for on this family-friendly album. It’s impossible not to sing along with the plunking pop sounds of “People In Your Neighborhood” or Kermit’s melancholy ballad “Bein’ Green.” Oscar the Grouch, Bert, Grover, Big Bird, and Elmo also get in on the fun. Entertainment and education go hand in hand as kids learn to count, overcome the fear of being alone, and accept differences.

EDITORS’ NOTES

From the show’s theme song to “‘C’ Is for Cookie” and Ernie’s “Rubber Ducky,” all the beloved favorites are present and accounted for on this family-friendly album. It’s impossible not to sing along with the plunking pop sounds of “People In Your Neighborhood” or Kermit’s melancholy ballad “Bein’ Green.” Oscar the Grouch, Bert, Grover, Big Bird, and Elmo also get in on the fun. Entertainment and education go hand in hand as kids learn to count, overcome the fear of being alone, and accept differences.

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Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5

112 Ratings

112 Ratings

Ignore the hater

Cawub

This is by far the BEST album I have ever heard. It deserves a Grammy. I love "C" is for Cookie. It is the best song ever created. That Todalo kid is just a big meanie-bo-beanie.

Genius

SVVillano

This is by far one of the best albums out there, I used to listen to this before I new what a Mac was and I still love it. The album is amazing and a true work of art.

Awesome

Wigglefan!

I remember Sesame Street. In fact, I remember all the kids shows that were around back then and are still around today. Sesame Street is one of the top kids shows and is also educational. I recommend that parents should purchase albums and movies by children's entertainers who have been around for over fifteen years. The newer kids shows and songs by newer children's entertainers (including ones who became famous in the past four years or so) are just getting more boring. If you want real children's entertainment, try classic ones. Try something classic like Sesame Street or The Wiggles (entertainers that have been around for quite a long time) for your young child.

About Sesame Street

Since its premiere in 1969, the television series Sesame Street has remained on the cutting edge of educational children's entertainment, its trademark blend of beloved puppet characters, infectious songs and ingenious instructional methods profoundly influencing the learning curve of each new generation of viewers. Created by the Children's Television Workshop in conjunction with the legendary puppeteer and artist Jim Henson, Sesame Street's enduring popularity is due in large part to its menagerie of puppet stars, among them Big Bird, Bert & Ernie, Oscar the Grouch, Grover and Elmo; no less essential, however, are the program's songs, which include original classics like "Rubber Ducky," "I Love Trash" and "C Is for Cookie." Throughout its decades on the air, the show also welcomed countless musical guests, among them Ray Charles, Little Richard, Stevie Wonder, James Taylor, Aerosmith, Los Lobos, Melissa Etheridge and Luciano Pavarotti; similarly, pop music has provided a new context for the program's messages, with take-offs of hits by superstars like Bruce Springsteen ("Born to Add"), Madonna ("Cereal Girl") and the Rolling Stones ("I Can't Get No Cooperation") all contributing to drive home important messages. Over the years, Sesame Street also generated numerous album and video collections, and its continuing impact on successive generations of popular entertainers is assured. ~ Jason Ankeny

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