Sesame Street Kids' Favorite Country Songs




Sesame Street Kids' Favorite Country Songs

Sesame Street Kids' Favorite Country Songs DVD is a special released by Genius Entertainment in 2007. In the 1-hour video, Elmo and Elmo's cousin Elmer are the main characters. Among the celebrity guests of the Special, we can count names such as Sugarland, Johnny Cash, Ann Womack, John Popper, John McEuen.

The Kids' Favorite Country Songs DVD also includes various bonuses.

Sesame Street songs in the Special are as follows:

Rootin' Tootin' Hootin' Hollerin' Jamboree

Oh! Susanna - This Sesame Street song was performed by John McEuen. It is a classic American folk song.

Home on the Range - This song was performed by John Popper and LD Miller. It's a Kansas state song.

Sesame Jamboree - This song was performed by Allison Krauss and Union Station. Sesame Street character The Count and some chickens accompany the song.

Froggy Went A Courtin' - It is a popular Sesame Street folk song in Kids' Favorite Country Songs DVD.

Tall Tale - This song was performed by Johnny Cash and Noel Cowherd. Some cows accompany them.

The Ballad of Casey McPhee - This song was performed by Lavender Anything Muppet. The song is about Casey McPhee. He's a train engineer.

Telly's Triangle Dance - This song was performed by Telly Monster. Elmo and Elmo's cousin Elmer help Telly Monster.

Happy and You Know It - Another popular folk song featured in Kids' Favorite Country Songs.

Cowboy Feelings Song - An animated Sesame Street song about the different feelings of a cowboy.

Polly Wolly Doodle, Skip to My Lou, The Farmer in the Dell - This songs was performed by Lee Ann Womack.

Sesame Street Kids' Favorite Country Songs also includes many bonus segments. In the Special, Elmo and Elmer are voiced by Kevin Clash.

Sesame Street Kids' Favorite Country Songs

Sesame Street Kids' Favorite Country Songs

Sesame Street Kids' Favorite Country Songs

Sesame Street Kids' Favorite Country Songs

Sesame Street Kids' Favorite Country Songs

1 comment:

  1. Elmo, You'll never giving bring you a wedding cake as long as you live.

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