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Best of children's favorites. Pooh's top 40 tunes
Publication Information:
Burbank, CA : Walt Disney Records, [2004]

Physical Description:
1 audio disc (73:42 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Compact disc.

Based on the Winnie the Pooh works by A.A. Milne and E.H. Shepard.
Nothing to do -- I've been working on the railroad -- Old Duck Donald -- Camptown races -- Shoo fly, don't bother me -- Rumbly in my tumbly -- The farmer in the dell -- Eerie canal -- Oh, Susanna -- The green grass grew all around -- The man on the flying trapeze -- The sidewalks of New York -- The bear went over the mountain -- The Wabash Cannonball -- Down in the valley -- Big rock candy mountain -- Git along little doggies -- Down by the station -- Go in and out the window -- John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt -- Hush little baby -- Did you ever see a lassie -- The wonderful thing about tiggers -- Sweet Betsy from Pike -- Billy boy -- Loch Lomond -- A hunting we will go -- Good night ladies -- The wheels on the bus -- Dry bones -- Brother, come and dance with me -- Funiculi, funicula -- Shortnin' bread -- Comin' through the rye -- Ruben, Rachel -- He's got the whole world in His hands -- Meet me in St. Louis, Louis -- Deep in the heart of Texas -- The old Chisolm trail -- I'm an old cowhand.
Format :
Music CD


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CR 333 Juvenile Compact Disc Branch juvenile audio cd
CR 333 Juvenile Compact Disc Audio Visual

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The Winnie the Pooh-themed collection Best of Children's Favorites: Pooh's Top 40 Tunes surrounds classic children's songs with some new songs relating the adventures of Winnie and the rest of his friends from Pooh Corner. Rather confusingly, the collection also includes songs sung by other Disney characters, including Goofy (who sings quite a few songs here, including "I've Been Working on the Railroad" and "Camptown Races" among others) and Donald Duck, whose "Old Duck Donald" is nothing if not appropriate. Winnie the Pooh himself doesn't show up until the equally apt "Rumbly in My Tumbly," but this collection still manages to feature more of its star attractions than some of Disney's other singalong collections. Eeyore and Tigger also make themselves scarce on this album, but despite some of its faults, Best of Children's Favorites: Pooh's Top 40 Tunes does feature some interesting track choices, such as "The Sidewalks of New York," "The Wabash Cannonball," "The Green Grass Grew All Around," "Big Rock Candy Mountain," and "Brother, Come and Dance With Me." At 40 tracks long, Best of Children's Favorites: Pooh's Top 40 Tunes might be too much of a good thing, but overall it's a fairly entertaining collection for kids and parents alike. ~ Heather Phares