Sunday, 25 April 2010

Various Artists "Sesame Street Fever"

Various Artists

"Sesame Street Fever"
( LP, Children's Television Workshop, 1978 )
Catalog # CTW 79005

A1. "Sesame Street Fever" by Robin Gibb, The Count, Big Bird, Ernie, Cookie Monster
A2. "Doin' The Pigeon" - Bert & The Girls (prempted by a short hidden track that features Bert and Ernie debating the dance craze)
A3. "Rubber Duckie" - Ernie & His Rubber Duckie
B1. "Trash" - Robin Gibb
B2. "C Is For Cookie" - Cookie Monster & The Girls (preceded by a conversation between Cookie Monster and Robin Gibb)
B3. "Has Anybody Seen My Dog?" - Marty & Grover

Personnel & Credits:
Arranged By, Conductor - David Horowitz, Dick Lieb, Joe Raposo, Leon Pendarvis
Bass - Herb Bushler
Cello - Jesse Levy , Kermit Moore
Co-producer, Engineer - Michael Delugg
Congas - Jimmy Maelen
Drums - Richard Crooks
Guitar - Cliff Morris , Jack Cavari , Jeff Layton
Keyboards - David Horowitz , Pat Rebillot
Mixed By, Edited By - Joe Raposo , Michael Delugg
Percussion - George Devons
Producer - Joe Raposo
Reeds - Lou Marini
Saxophone [Baritone] - Dave Tofani
Strings - Gene Orloff , Gerald Tarack, Harold Kohon, Joe Malin,
Matt Raimondi, Paul Gershman
Trombone - Alan Raph
Trumpet - Joe Shepley

Sesame Street Fever is a concept album made by the cast of Sesame Street in 1978. It follows the characters as a love of disco sweeps Sesame Street.
The album heavily parodies the Saturday Night Fever album, and features Grover on the cover where John Travolta should be, and Ernie, Bert and Cookie Monster in the place of the Bee Gees.
Bee Gee Robin Gibb also appears on the album, and according to the LP's liner notes, "appears courtesy of his children - Melissa and Spencer Gibb"
From Wikipedia

By Celo


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