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Album Review

If the Shel Silverstein book Where the Sidewalk Ends isn't already in every child's hands, it should be; it's as poignant and whimsical as the day it was written. The album version is another matter. Silverstein already had plenty of experience in the recording studio, and his musical delivery of his poems is certainly unique. He sounds a little like Emo Phillips reading verse. This album is sure to have fans who treasure it for its disquietingly offbeat delivery.

Customer Reviews

great for listening in the car

Upbeat and entertaining, my kids love listening to this in the car.

Shel Silverstien Rokz

The best Poems in the universe turned into the best songs in the universe!!!!!!!

So much fun--for kids and adults!

My brother, sister and I grew up listening to these on cassette tapes in the car while driving around with my mom. They were so much fun and so entertaining! Even as a grown-up, I still love listening to them! Many have great messages for kids as well. Highly recommend this one! It's a "classic" in our family!

Biography

Born: September 25, 1930 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Shel Silverstein was one of those rare "multi-threat" artists -- composer, singer, cartoonist, illustrator, author -- with popular successes in all of those areas. Born in Chicago in 1930, Sheldon Alan Silverstein first attracted notice during his army service, in Japan and Korea, when he became a cartoonist for the U.S. Army publication Stars & Stripes. After returning to civilian life, he made a part of his living selling hot dogs at Chicago's two ballparks, and, according to a 1961 publisher's...
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