Mister Rogers - Mister Rogers Sings For Those Times When... download album
- Album: Mister Rogers Sings For Those Times When...
- FLAC: 1436 mb | MP3: 1921 mb
- Released: 1973
- Style: Educational
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On May 1, 1969, Fred Rogers, host of the (then) recently nationally syndicated children's television series, Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (named Misterogers'.
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You feel you did something wrong Includes a 45RPM record (written and performed by Fred Rogers) and a 14" x 21" poster (by Alice and Martin Provensen) - (poster is missing, sadly) 1967 Small World Enterprises. You feel you did something wrong. Includes a 45RPM record (written and performed by Fred Rogers) and a 14" x 21" poster (by Alice and Martin Provensen) - (poster is missing, sadly). 1967 Small World Enterprises.
Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, with Fred Rogers, debuted in February 1968. PBS will mark the anniversary with a special on Tuesday. The most memorable moment from the visit was when Koko told Rogers that she loved him. He just accepted Koko and was very relaxed with her and really showed no fear, Ms. Whitmer said. It was after this visit that Rogers met the writer Tom Junod for a now famous Esquire magazine profile. The article is the basis for the biopic.
Yet for all the strides Mister Rogers took prior to succumbing to stomach cancer fifteen years ago on Feb. 27, 2003 (and whose legacy continues to thrive and educate in the form of the excellent animated spin-off of his Neighborhood of Make Believe segment, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood), it was the one-time monastery student’s deep passion for music that served as perhaps the prime mover of the series; especially when you speak in the context of hi. Throughout this year, the 50th anniversary of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood is being celebrated in the form of a documentary called Won't You Be My Neighbor that was recently showcased at Sundance and will be released nationally in June; a tribute special airing on PBS entitled Mister Rogers: It's You I Like; and You Are My Friend, a new feature film.
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, also known as Mister Rogers, is an American children's television series that was created and hosted by Fred Rogers. It aired from 1968 to 2011. Mister Rogers: (as his grandson was about touch Trolley control switch) Uh, that doesn't make it work. Unless it's on the track
THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers.
In fairness to Neville, Rogers was an otherworldly figure when he was alive, too. Won’t You Be My Neighbor? balances its talking-head reminiscences with a generous helping of vintage TV footage-not all from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. Those clips of the doubters and spoofers are valuable for how they put Rogers the man into a larger social context. Even better are the extensive excerpts from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, which reinforce how quietly radical that series was.
|A1||I Did Too|
|A2||I'm Proud of You|
|A3||Sometimes People Are Good|
|A5||Won't You Be My Neighbor?|
|B1||Wishes Don't Make Things Come True|
|B2||When a Baby Comes|
|B3||It's You I Like|
|B4||What Do You Do?|
|B5||I Like To Take My Time|
- Coordinator [Project Coordinator] – Judi Gustinis
- Music Consultant [Psychological Consultants] – Albert V. Corrado, M.D., Margaret B. McFarland, Ph.D.
- Music Director [Musical Director] – John Costa
- Other [Shrink-Wrap By] – W. P. Barker
- Written-By, Performer – Fred Rogers