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Discussion in 'Sesame Worlds' started by Drtooth, Jul 14, 2007.
Awesome! I like the premise of it.
I fall behind on uploading to my Plaza Sesamo channel, mostly because I just forget to, even though I have dozens more stuff to put up. But anywho, I'm gonna add more this week in celebration of Earth Day, so here's what Willie Wimple (or Memo Mendez) sounds like in Spanish:
This was found a while ago:
Skip ahead to 13:25 and you'll see the rare "Handful of Crumbs" with pre-Elmo in the chorus:
Here's that fear song in Spanish (I sadly don't think this song will ever see the light of day in English, but one can hope).
If any rate, it at least has the original music..... Though I definitely prefer the Sesame Strasse music.
Imma chalk that up to "We heard the German version first, which sounds cool, so our perception is skewed toward that." The English still sounds good though.
While the German backing for the Fear skit is much more modern and intense (for its time) the original backing has that wonderful 50s/60s rock inspired sound to it. Those are some of my favorite kinds of Sesame songs! Wondering if it's a Chris Cerf or Jeff Moss composition. I'm willing to bet Chris and/or Jeff were at least vocalists in the English track.
I'm definitely guessing that's a Cerf song just from listening to the music, but don't take my word for it.
I'm working on separating and uploading some of the international Sesame Street clips from the Tony Geiss tapes. Here's one of the 3 Canadian highlights.
here are some Highlights from Plaza Sesamo from the 1980's
Don't Eat the Pictures - Japanese dub:
I can still hear English in this. So this is more like a Japanese voiceover dub.
I can still hear English in this. So it's more of a Japanese voiceover.
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