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Eddie writing a song for Pancake Mountain

janegosfordjanegosford Posts: 179
edited January 2008 in The Porch
Apparently Eddie recently approached Pancake Mountain asking if he could write a song for the show. For those who don't know Pancake Mountain is a sort of "punk" Sesame Street. It's a children's show with puppets and rock star musical guests. It's pretty awesome. You can read a snippet about Eddie's involvement here:

http://www.portfolio.com/culture-lifestyle/culture-inc/arts/2008/01/02/Pancake-Mountain-Profile#page1
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    glasshouseglasshouse Posts: 1,762
    interesting
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    Sounds pretty cool to me....
    'We're learning songs for baby Jesus' birthday. His mum and dad were Merry and Joseph. He had a bed made of clay and the three kings bought him Gold, Frankenstein and Merv as presents.'

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    zenithzenith Posts: 3,191
    awwwwww - daddyhood has gone and turned him into a big ol softie :)
    impatience is a gift ........
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    PegasusPegasus Posts: 3,754
    now that sounds like a cool show.. educate the kids in good music :D
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    josevolutionjosevolution Posts: 28,565
    so is this show on tv anywhere ??..
    jesus greets me looks just like me ....
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    so is this show on tv anywhere ??..

    I was thinking that.... I wonder if it'll come to the UK, I need to see it.
    'We're learning songs for baby Jesus' birthday. His mum and dad were Merry and Joseph. He had a bed made of clay and the three kings bought him Gold, Frankenstein and Merv as presents.'

    - the great Sir Leo Harrison
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    intodeepintodeep Posts: 7,228
    Him and jeff tweedy can get together and do a dad rock tour :)

    that is pretty cool thanks for sharing.
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    PegasusPegasus Posts: 3,754
    I was thinking that.... I wonder if it'll come to the UK, I need to see it.
    I'm sure it can be found somewhere on the net..the article refers to YouTube clips at least..
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    PureandEasyPureandEasy Posts: 5,782
    it's says it's public access, so it's probably a PBS thing, probably something his daughter watches

    looks kindo of cute actually :)
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    rudiger10rudiger10 Posts: 129
    This show sounds amazing, from what i hear around me on the radio, i was scared for the future of rock, this show has changed all that!!
    My god its been so long, never dreamed we'd return.
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    rudiger10 wrote:
    This show sounds amazing, from what i hear around me on the radio, i was scared for the future of rock, this show has changed all that!!

    It IS like the early 90s all over again.... if this takes off.
    'We're learning songs for baby Jesus' birthday. His mum and dad were Merry and Joseph. He had a bed made of clay and the three kings bought him Gold, Frankenstein and Merv as presents.'

    - the great Sir Leo Harrison
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    PJSEMPREPJSEMPRE Posts: 687
    probably something his daughter watches

    looks kindo of cute actually :)

    Yes, I was thinking the same thing.
    Let's say knowledge is a tree, yeah.
    It's growing up just like me.
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    intodeep wrote:
    Him and jeff tweedy can get together and do a dad rock tour :)

    that is pretty cool thanks for sharing.

    Dad Rock - I smell a new genre!! :)
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    mdgsolomdgsolo Posts: 788
    Remember kids- glue sticks are not candy!
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    Ms. HaikuMs. Haiku Washington DC Posts: 7,258
    That is so cool! I haven't heard of it, and I live near DC. Who'd knew.

    Psst, I was a teletubbies fan myself :D
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    so glad someone's got the right idea about what parents & kids can both enjoy.....
    If I had known then...what I know now...

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