Sesame Street: Rock and Roll
The characters from Sesame Street will have your attention in this dynamic sing-a-long video. Some tunes are "Count Up To Nine' and "It's Hip To Be Square."
- Release Date:
- Sesame Street
- Region Code:
- [Dolby Digital]
- Sales rank:
2. Monster in the Mirror [3:24]
3. Telephone Rock [3:21]
4. You're Alive [2:13]
5. Rock 'n' Roll Readers [2:03]
6. Hip to Be Square [2:37]
7. Count Up to Nine [2:16]
8. Forty Blocks From My Home [3:03]
9. (I Can't Get No) Cooperation [2:59]
10. Hand Talk [2:39]
11. The Word Is "No" [2:58]
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I have several sesame street DVD, my daughter likes most of them. But this one is average.
My 6 month old loves this DVD, he smiles through the whole thing! I also enjoy the songs & can't get them out of my head! Another great one from Sesame Street!
This is one of our favorite Sesame Street videos. It is entertaining and does not have lots of talk between segments. It contains the song "Telephone Rock," which I loved as a child, as well as some good new songs, like a Mick Jagger spoof.