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Schoolhouse Rock

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  1. Voodoorisar says:
    GRAMMAR ROCK: AMERICA ROCK: Busy Prepositions: Elbow Room (Westward Expansion) Conjunction Junction: Fireworks (Declaration of Independence) Interjections! The Great American Melting Pot: Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, Get Your Adverbs Here (American Immigration) A Noun is a Person, Place, or Thing: I'm Gonna Send Your Vote to College.
  2. Daim says:
    Schoolhouse Rock! is a television soundtrack based on the animated television series Schoolhouse Rock!, released by Rhino Records on June 18, , and contains 52 tracks. In , the album was selected by the Library of Congress for preservation in the National Recording Registry for being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
  3. Zulkitaur says:
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  4. Telrajas says:
    Product description. TvTv Soundtrack Coll ~ Schoolhouse Rock Rocks setttablasesenicinhaysupfulogqui.xyzinfo The beauty of Schoolhouse Rock in its original Saturday morning run () was that kids watching couldn't tell whether the catchy three-minute cartoon jingles were meant to be commercials, shows, or something else entirely. That enabled overexposed TV youth to learn without realizing it between episodes of /5(55).
  5. Kazishakar says:
    The unfortunate passing of original Schoolhouse Rock composer Bob Dorough prompts this review. This release is an excellent album if you enjoy the Schoolhouse Rock originals and can appreciate updated renditions. I also love the originals (which I also own) but 3/5(7).
  6. Faular says:
    Schoolhouse Rock - Schoolhouse Rock, Vol. 1 Album Lyrics; 1. A Noun Is a Person, Place or Thing: 2. Conjunction Junction: 3. I'm Just a Bill: 4. Interjections: 5. The Preamble: 6. Three Is a Magic Number: 7. Verb: That's What's Happening.
  7. Tuzahn says:
    Schoolhouse Rock Live! If you were a kid from the early 70s to mid 80s when this series was first on TV, or in the mid 90s when it ran again; you owe it to yourself to go back in time to the good old days. Relive how fun learning English, history, science, and math was thanks to Saturday morning television and this pop culture phenomenon!.
  8. Mooguk says:
    Apr 16,  · But how did “Schoolhouse Rock” start? This interstitial programming series had its viewers learning their multiplication tables within three to five minutes between the typical Saturday morning cartoon setttablasesenicinhaysupfulogqui.xyzinfo in the early s, David McCall, co-owner of New York ad agency McCaffrey & McCall, realized something as he was taking his family to a dude ranch in Wyoming.

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