Hi, did anyone know that some of the songs used on Sam & Friends is on Amazon mp3, like Stan Freberg's Ci'bone, Yellow Roads of Texas, etc. Plus I've even heard Spike Jones' Posion to Posion is on there somewhere. I have some of the Stan Freberg stuff on my ipod. Does anyone know of any of the other record tracks used on Sam & Friends? Also I had a few questions about Sam & Friends just to brush up on my knowledge a little bit. Now the show was only shown at an NBC station in Washington DC right? Was it ever nation wide? I've heard it leaked a little bit in NY and that's how Steve Allen discovered them. Though I heard Jack Parr discovered The Muppets from a piece of film footage that got passed around. And WTOP was the station The Junior Good Morning Show aired and Sam & Friends was a different station right? Did the NBC Washington Station pay Jim to do the show or how was the deal done? I remember breifly hearing something about it on the CNN People Profile Documentry. Did the station pay for the budget or did Jim pay for all materials for puppets and sets out of his own pocket? Just curious. And was Sam & Friends at the time considered to be for mature audiences only since it was a late night show for adults. It wasn't a family show right? I remember asking the ol' Jim Henson Company fan mail email back in the day if Sam & Friends was riskier in their humor then on The Muppet Show and they told me yes to a certain extent. I kind of noticed when watching Stan Frebergs Ci-Bon when the lead singer says "I feel so good, I may kill myself." lol crackes me up still. lol Maybe because I have that old fashioned Looney Tunes type humor. lol I have a DVD of some of the existing footage that I think I got from KermiClownVideos. Though I'm still searching for the full legnth Yellow Roads of Texas, Harry's Weather Machine and any others that's not in my combonation. Anyway, I just had a few Sam & Friends questions.