Saturday, October 28, 2006

Sesame Street Bonus

I couldn't decide yesterday if I would use Stevie Wonder's "Sesame Street" or this. Here's Stevie banging out "Superstition" in the alley. It teaches children a very essential lesson; to appreciate good music.

4 comments:

Cromely said...

Wow. That kid at the top of the stairs at about 4 mintues in is really getting in to it. OR having some sort of siezure.

Ahh. That days before ritalin...

Dave said...

You know, I never thought of this way, but maybe Sesame Street is the reason why I appreciate good music. Thank you Jim Henson!!

Brian Kunath said...

Love it, love it, love it.

I swear I remember this.

Something you wouldn't see today: A jam that goes on for 6:45 and is aimed at preschoolers. It even includes a few false endings, where the song seeminly wraps up and then -- Bam! -- two more minutes of guitar and horns. Awesome.

BTW: Is there any more infectious riff in music than the guitar in this song? How many times has it been sampled over the years?

Great.

Renee said...

I feel cool just watching this! Man, Sesame Street was a rockin' street!