Merry Christmas from Sesame Street

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Merry Christmas from Sesame Street
Studio album and christmas album by
LabelChildren's Records of America
ProducerJon Stone
Professional ratings
Review scores
The Harvard Crimson (Eric B. Fried; Susie Spring)(favorable)[1]

Merry Christmas from Sesame Street is a children's Christmas album featuring characters from Sesame Street and released in 1975 by the Children's Television Workshop and Children's Records of America (#CTW 25516). The album was nominated for the 1976 Grammy Awards, but lost to another Sesame Street album, Bert & Ernie Sing-Along.[2]


Track listing[edit]

1."Sesame Street Christmas Overture" (Raposo - Stone - Hart)The Sesame Street Festival Orchestra 
2."We Wish You a Merry Christmas" (traditional, arr. Sam Pottle, special lyrics: David Axelrod)Sesame Street Cast 
3."Deck the Halls Medley (Deck the Halls; Jingle Bells; White Christmas; Winter Wonderland" (trad.; trad.; Irving Berlin; Bernard - Smith)Sesame Street Cast 
4."I Hate Christmas" (Axelrod - Pottle)Oscar 
5."A Christmas Story" (Joseph A. Bailey)Mr. Hooper; Ernie; Bert 
6."Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" (Martin - Blane)Bert and Ernie 
7."The Twelve Days of Christmas" (traditional)Sesame Street cast 
8."It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas Medley (It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas; Silver Bells; The Christmas Song; Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" (Meredith Willson; Livingston - Evans; Torme - Wells; Gillespie - Coots)Big Bird; Susan and Gordon; Bob; Grover 
9."The Night Before Christmas on Sesame Street" (Axelrod - Pottle)David 
10."Saludo" (traditional)Maria and Luis 
11."Arrurru" (traditional)Maria and Luis 
12."All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth" (Don Gardner)The Count 
13."A Christmas Pageant" (Jon Stone - Sam Pottle)Bert; Ernie; Prairie Dawn; Herry; Grover; Cookie Monster 
14."Keep Christmas With You (All Through the Year)" (Axelrod - Pottle)Susan; Gordon; Big Bird; Luis; David; Bob; Prairie Dawn; Ernie 
15."We Wish You a Merry Christmas (reprise)" (trad.)Sesame Street Cast 


  1. ^ Fried, Eric B.; Spring, Susie (5 December 1979). "Hark! the Herald Cashiers Ring". The Harvard Crimson. Retrieved 17 December 2012.
  2. ^ "Grammy Awards 1976". Retrieved December 17, 2012.