45:57 – Children’s TV music! Goodrob13 Music Show episode 9: My previous recording gone wrong, my childhood neighbor’s record collection, being unfazed by 20 year old records as a child, trains with no passengers, are 20 year old CDs cool and impressive today?, the level of musical sophistication and variety in children’s TV shows from the 1970s and 80s (Sesame Street, The Electric Company, The Great Space Coaster, etc.), Sesame Street Jazz #3 video, Sesame Street Pinball Number Count video, Sesame Street Capital I and Lowercase N video, composer Joe Raposo, The Electric Company LY (Tom Lehrer) video, Sunbow Productions (Ford Kinder, Anne Bryant, Spencer Michlin, and Barry Harman),and the music of Jem.

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Released February 2011 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts bringing you Great Stuff 24/7!

One Response to “goodrob13 music show 9 – Children’s TV Music – (2/27/11)”
  1. Bob LeMent says:

    On kids tv themes, I think there ar still very catchy themes in kids tv, most of the new Disney tween shows are pretty catchy, not totally my taste but still catchy. Nickelodeon also still has very catchy tunes on it’s newer shows as well. Again most of these are tween type shows. In recent past the Rugrats theme I so catchy I wish I could forget it. There is also a lot of music in the Backyardigans which is for younger kids.

    I think that these aren’t classic, at least yet, but think they will be to my kids just like the ones you mentioned are to me and you.

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