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Sesame Street: Songs from the Street, Vol. 6

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Download links and information about Sesame Street: Songs from the Street, Vol. 6 by Sesame Street. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Kids genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 27:08 minutes.

Artist: Sesame Street
Release date: 2003
Genre: Rock, Pop, Kids
Tracks: 11
Duration: 27:08
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Happy to Meet You (featuring Céline Dion / Celine Dion, Elmo, Big Bird, Herry Monster) 2:34
2. Shiny Happy People (Furry Happy Monsters) (featuring R. E. M.) 3:32
3. Believe In Yourself (featuring NSYNC) 1:43
4. A New Way to Walk (featuring Destiny'S Child, Zoé / Zoe, Elmo, Grover) 1:50
5. Elmo's Song (featuring Elmo, Big Bird) 2:30
6. Slide (Pride) (featuring Elmo, Goo Goo Dolls) 2:54
7. Sing (featuring Dixie Chicks) 1:55
8. Just Happy to Be Me (featuring Fugees) 2:31
9. Put Down the Duckie (featuring Ernie, Hoots The Owl) 2:14
10. Everybody Be Yo'self (featuring Keb' Mo', The Kids) 2:34
11. Sesame Street Theme (Remix) (featuring Ursula 1000) 2:51

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The second volume in a series of reissues including original Sesame Street LPs, Sesame Street: Old School, Vol. 2 includes cardboard facsimiles of 1974's Grover Sings the Blues, 1974's My Name Is Roosevelt Franklin (originally released in 1971), and 1975's The Count Counts. As on the first box set, Sesame Street LPs have high production values and some of the best original songwriting ever done for children's music. Also in keeping with the first box set, full-length LPs that deal with only a single character can start to drag, as each character's idiosyncrasies become habits. Grover is joined on his record by Ernie and some other Muppets, while Roosevelt Franklin gets filled out with a whole family to help him learn about life ("Skin I'm In," "Keep on Trying," "Halfies"). Meanwhile, the Count gets most of the best material; his LP, The Count Counts, has a Top 40 countdown concept with fun radio plugs and a lot of familiar songs, whether from the television show or their original versions ("Lady Bug's Picnic," "Candy Man," "It's Been a Long, Long Time," "Beep").