Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Sesame Street: Classic Moments

I would argue that Sesame Street has influenced more American kids than any other children's program. It's as American as Apple Pie. Let's take a quick peek at some classic clips of what was once extremely influential in the lives of most of the up and coming leaders of our day.

This one was first aired November 19, 1973. It features Kermit the Frog and a girl named Joey (if anyone knows what has happened to Joey, I would love to find out.. she should be about 40 today).


"Pinball Number Count" was originally produced in 1972 by Imagination, Inc. It was picked up by Sesame Street in 1977. Music by The Pointer Sisters.


Lastly, "We all sing with the same voice" was turned into a book in 1982 (reprinted in 2005) [Link ]. The lyrics are by Sheppard Greene, music by J.Phil Miller ... Looks like America needs a refresher on this one:
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6 comments:

squirrel said...

Thanks for all of the great memories. I sang along to both those last ones loud 'cause no one is home! LOL

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lasilasi said...

haha despite that i was in malaysia when small, i watched it every week!

Random Magus said...

That was so cute!

Anonymous said...

They were AWESOME!!
My other fave is this one, where Jon (John John?) is counting backwards...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keJeDo5e9Qw

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