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Various - The Best Of Schoolhouse Rock album

Various - The Best Of Schoolhouse Rock album Performer: Various
Title: The Best Of Schoolhouse Rock
Style: Educational
Date of release: 1998
Size MP3: 1463 mb
Size FLAC: 1310 mb
Rating: 4.1
Format: AAC VOX AU APE DTS MIDI WMA

All my kids found The Best of Schoolhouse Rocks to be a treat. They ask me to put it on while they're working, promising they'll work quietly and diligently. This is a win-win situation. I would rather they dropped a couple of the Money Rock songs to include these. 2 people found this helpful.

Schoolhouse Rock! is an American interstitial programming series of animated musical educational short films (and later, videos) that aired during the Saturday morning children's programming block on the . television network ABC. The topics covered included grammar, science, economics, history, mathematics, and civics. The series' original run lasted from 1973 to 1985; it was later revived with both old and new episodes airing from 1993 to 1999.

This online list of Schoolhouse Rock videos includes every single one of these songs, from the clips that ran on TV to those that were produced direct-to-video. For many, these Schoolhouse Rock songs were the way they began to understand the American government ( I’m Just a Bill ). And for kids struggling with math, My Hero Zero and Three is a Magic Number helped them feel just a little more confident in the classroom

This essential box set includes the four individual discs - Grammar Rock, Science Rock, America Rock and Multiplication Rock - as well as non-album tracks such as "Where the Money Goes," "Number Cruncher," "Software" and "Hardware," and covers by Goodness ("Electricity, Electricity") and the Lemonheads ("My Hero, Zero"). The ultimate collection for Schoolhouse Rock completists.

Picking the best rock albums is pretty much an impossible task. It still sounds rich, beautiful, mysterious, romantic, anguished, baroque and thrillingly experimental.

Hooking up words and phrases and clause. hoto: ABC. Bob Dorough, the musician best known for writing and performing some of the most beloved Schoolhouse Rock songs, has died at 94. For anyone who grew up learning grammar and multiplication tables by listening to songs like Conjunction Junction or Three Is a Magic Number, it’s like a light in our childhood playrooms has gone out. Generations of kids have been introduced to the tracks Dorough wrote or sang, including all 11 of the songs on Multiplication Rock (which kick-started the Schoolhouse Rock phenomenon in 1973), as well as several.

For the purpose of the list, I have decided to exclude the Earth Rock songs as I did not realize they were a thing until I wrote this article). Numbers 1-10: All of the songs that I have listed as 1-10 I think are some of the most recognizable songs in all of Schoolhouse Rock. Overall, I think everyone can agree that "Schoolhouse Rock" is great no matter how old you are. You can always watch these videos and learn something from them, which is fascinating. We can disagree on what videos are better than others but Schoolhouse Rock will always have a special place in my brain.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Bob Dorough & Friends Schoolhouse Rocky
Written-By – Bob Dorough, Tom Yohe
2 Bob Dorough Three Is A Magic Number
Written-By – Bob Dorough
3 Bob Dorough My Hero, Zero
Written-By – Bob Dorough
4 Blossom Dearie Figure Eight
Written-By – Bob Dorough
5 Blossom Dearie Unpack Your Adjectives
Written-By – George Newall
6 Jack Sheldon and Terry Morel Conjunction Junction
Written-By – Bob Dorough
7 Essra Mohawk Interjections!
Written-By – Lynn Ahrens
8 Lynn Ahrens No More Kings
Written-By – Lynn Ahrens
9 Lynn Ahrens The Preamble
Written-By – Lynn Ahrens
10 Jack Sheldon I'm Just A Bill
Written-By – Dave Frishberg
11 Bob Dorough and Jack Sheldon The Body Machine
Written-By – Lynn Ahrens
12 Lynn Ahrens Interplanet Janet
Written-By – Lynn Ahrens
13 Jamie Aff and Christine Langner Telegraph Line
Written-By – Lynn Ahrens
14 Dave Frishberg Walkin' On Wall Street
Written-By – Dave Frishberg
15 Bob Dorough This For That
Written-By – George Newall
16 Bob Dorough and Bob Kaliban Tyrannosaurus Debt
Written-By – Tom Yohe
17 Luther Rix The Check's In The Mail
Written-By – Bob Dorough

Credits

  • Design – Nancy L. Hopkins, Sevie Bates
  • Executive-Producer – George Newhall*
  • Illustration, Executive Producer – Tom Yohe
  • Mastered By – Alan Hirshberg, Bob Fisher, Bruce Chianese
  • Producer – Radford Stone

Notes

Audio from film masters transferred by Barry Goldberg & Rick Larimore at Chace Productions.

All compositions (c) American Broadcasting Music, Inc. (ASCAP). Used by permission.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 081227531522
  • Other (ISBN): 1-56826-927-7