by Sesame Street


This audio companion to the TV special (and now video) of the same name is a can't-miss kid pleaser that will hook parental ears as well. Tot-wise, it's a Sesame Street album; say no more. But for pop-loving moms and dads, it's studded with superstars from the recording world, performing with and without Kermit and the rest of the "Sesame Street" crew. Überdiva Celine Dion chirps "Happy To Meet You" with Elmo, Big Bird, and Herry Monster. Songstress Shawn Colvin and Ernie duet on "I Don't Want to Live on the Moon." Rosie O'Donnell and Elmo get down for the rap number "Nearly Missed," while ska-punk act Mighty Mighty Bosstones mix it up with The Count on "Zig Zag Dance." Other stellar guests include R&B luminaries En Vogue and the Fugees, good-time king Jimmy Buffet, and Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler, who single handedly takes on Oscar the Grouch's theme song "I Love Trash." Of course, this being a "Sesame Street" record, there's an educational element, mostly of a socialization and self-esteem stripe (e.g. the Fugees' "Just Happy to Be Me.") Mostly, though, this musicathon is just plain fun, and who said there's anything wrong with that?

Product Details

Release Date: 03/03/1998
Label: Sony Wonder (Audio)
UPC: 0074646343227
catalogNumber: 63432

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Sesame Street   Primary Artist
Jimmy Buffett   Track Performer
Shawn Colvin   Track Performer
Céline Dion   Track Performer
En Vogue   Track Performer
Gloria Estefan   Track Performer
Mighty Mighty Bosstones   Track Performer
Fugees   Track Performer
Rosemary Butler   Background Vocals
Angela Cappelli   Track Performer
Clifford Kevin Clash   Track Performer
Jeff Gunn   Background Vocals
Carmen Twillie   Background Vocals
Steven Tyler   Track Performer
Maxine Willard Waters   Background Vocals
Steve Whitmire   Track Performer
Nate Albert   Background Vocals
Dicky Barrett   Background Vocals
Joe Gittleman   Background Vocals
Carroll Spinney   Track Performer
Dennis Brockenborough   Background Vocals
Jerry Nelson   Track Performer
George Noriega   Background Vocals
Ivy Austin   Track Performer
Ed Mitchell   Background Vocals
Dave Conner   Vocal Director
Stephanie D'Abruzzo   Track Performer
Joey Mazzarino   Track Performer
Carmen Osbahr   Track Performer
Deborah Hurwitz   Vocal Director
Anjeannette Chirino   Background Vocals
Pierre Le Rue   Background Vocals
Kelly La Croix   Background Vocals
Noel MacNeal   Track Performer
Valerie Morris   Track Performer
Vangie Gunn   Background Vocals
Saro Badalian   Background Vocals
Olga Chirino   Background Vocals
Rosie O'Donnell   Track Performer
Kevin Clash   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Fugees   Composer
Randy Barlow   Producer
John Boylan   Producer,Executive Producer
Charlie Brissette   Arranger
Christopher Cerf   Composer
Clifford Kevin Clash   Contributor
Denzil Foster   Producer
Mark Hudson   Producer
Gail King   Composer
Paul Q. Kolderie   Producer
Thomas McElroy   Producer
Robert Pierce   Composer
Joe Raposo   Composer
Dennis Scott   Composer
Sean Slade   Producer
Steve Whitmire   Contributor
Sky King   Composer
Robby Merkin   Producer
Jeffrey Moss   Composer
Carroll Spinney   Contributor
Jerry Nelson   Contributor
Kenny White   Producer
Wyclef Jean   Producer
Ed Mitchell   Producer
Dave Conner   Director
Sam Pottle   Composer
Jerry "Wonda" Duplessis   Producer
Laurent Linn   Art Direction
Fernando M. Rivas   Composer
Mary Kramer   Art Direction
Mark Salzman   Composer
Nancy Sans   Composer
Deborah Hurwitz   Director
Luis Santerio   Composer
Ann Marie Kearns   Director
Angelli Cappelli   Contributor
Kevin Candela   Art Direction

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Elmopalooza! 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you want to listen to childrens cd's in the car or at home, this is definatly it. You gotta love Rosie's duet with Elmo and the duet with Ernie!! I love it and so does my 2yr old son.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As proud members of the Sesame Street Generation, my wife and I bought this for our 1 year old daughter. She loves it, but I think we love it even more! What makes it so enjoyable is that it blends classic songs with a variety of current musical flavors (and artists), in typically hip Sesame Street style. Great fun that will surely find its way into the car for all trips, long and short!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago