Sesame Street: Fiesta!Director: Linda Ronstadt, Celia Cruz
Learn to do Elmo's new favorite dance, "The Conga-Wiggle," in this bilingual video from Sesame Street. Join Gabi, Rosita, Maria, Luis, and their friends as they prepare for the fiesta. All the songs are performed in English and Spanish, and the video features performances by Latin stars Celia Cruz and Linda Ronstadt. Kids will be singing "uno, dos, tres" in no time. Recommended for ages two to five.
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2. The Numero Comparsa [3:17]
3. Amigo, I Like You [1:59]
4. Siesta/Fiesta [3:47]
5. Penguin Dance [3:43]
6. Conga Counting Song [2:14]
7. It Sure Is Hot/Hace Calor [2:57]
8. South American Way [3:21]
9. La Charreada [6:47]
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I gave it a four star because my son loves this DVD but from a parental review, i would say that the music is better than the DVD. The segments are okay but nonsensical and have no point but to be in english explaining certain spanish phrases. For example, it has a song called "caliente" meaning hot and how a girl and guy like each other in the same neighborhood but cannot speak the same language and so they sing about it being hot. okay, that is great but, having been in this situation myself when i was younger- it is just unrealistic. However, that being said this melody is by far the most upbeat and engaging of the entire DVD. it is also a segmented DVD as most of sesame street is and is all new in terms of segments-to their favor- but, is lacking in its overarching theme.