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"Songs from Sesame Street", Peter Pan LP

Discussion in 'Sesame Merchandise' started by aworldinvented, Oct 14, 2003.

  1. aworldinvented

    aworldinvented New Member

  2. Boober_Gorg

    Boober_Gorg Well-Known Member

    No offense, but we fans usually avoid those records. They're worth as much as public domain cartoon tapes. ;) Still, I hope yours gets a bid.
  3. aworldinvented

    aworldinvented New Member

    well, my question was about the record. i am not really familiar with what the "fans" find appealing or not...so, maybe someone can fill me in on why they are not worth anything. i am not familiar with any of the peter pan recordings...but, i find it interesting that the "fans" would think that something henson ok'd is crap.
  4. Boober_Gorg

    Boober_Gorg Well-Known Member

    The songs on these records are not performed by the original Muppet/Sesame performers. They are COVERS. And they are usually overshadowed by the original CTW product.
  5. aworldinvented

    aworldinvented New Member

    that's interesting...thanks. covers or not..the LP artwork and the description of sesame street on the back is pretty cool.
  6. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    Scary thing this thread....

    I was at a used record store a few days ago, and they had another Peter Pan cover LP of Sesame Street.....

    It was something like Donny Duck (or something) Sings the songs of Sesame Street.

    The Duck was a pretty odd copy of Donald Duck, looked a lot like Magica DeSpell, with Disco chains... Of course, i can only surmise this record is a cheap cover copy of Sesame Street Disco and Sesame Street Fever. Since they don't have the copywrites, they drew their own characters including Micky Mouse looking aliens (I'm guessing they Sing Being green, since they can't use Kermit)

    The artwork was better, but it is the scariest thing I've ever seen.... Kept me up all night... it was 5 bucks....I would only buy it so people don't think I'm lying about it. it does exist... to my misfortune...

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