Emily's musing from Corn Country.
Sesame Street 1972
I now see why people liked Stevie Wonder so much -- much better than now, I think.All this needs is some dancing muppets . . . they were really ahead of their time with this, I think.
No kidding! The backup dancer kid on the balcony is excellent. Who would you choose for a 7-minute jam session on Sesame Street 2008? I've seen the Dixie Chicks, Alicia Keys, and Norah Jones -- all with Elmo singing adapted "educational" versions of their hits.
i've been thinking a lot about this question, susan. My first thought was Brett Dennan, but since he actually HAS a children's record it's not that big of a stretch. Keller Wiliams? That would be fun. I saw the Spin Doctors once on there doing an educational version of Two Princes. I coud do without the educational versions.Steve--I've always been a big Stevie fan. Have you ever heard him when he was Little Stevie Wonder? Amazing!
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