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Muppets

Posted by shanoah on December 3, 2009

Haven’t posted in a while, and I thought I’d share some clips from the Muppet Show. The first two both feature three puppets made to look like the puppeteers, Jim Henson, Frank Oz, and Jerry Nelson.

The first one is called Going to Morrow, and is an American folk song. I love the verbal confusion running amok in it. The way the muppets bounce up and down to the beat of the song is great, too.

Then there is You Don’t Want My Love. I just have to laugh at this one. It’s al together silly. And I love it.

I couldn’t find more of Jim, Jerry, and Frank together, unfortunately.I did find Floyd from Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem playing a pretty good cover of While My Guitar Gently Weeps, though.

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