There, it's part of a paragraph contrasting the use of non-soundtrack recordings by unknown singers, but that the back cover album accurately pinpoints song usage and has an essay on the show itself. With the Disney album, no statement like that is needed and the singers are actually known.
Every cover album is rendered "unofficial" from its main source material. It's only emphasized on Songs from Sesame Street because it contains songs (themselves covers of popular songs) performed in early episodes of the show, but most of which were not given official release (album or otherwise). Disneyland's Rubber Duckie album features covers of Sesame's original song catalogue and was only released after the first cast album.
I keep forgetting that. It's hard keeping track of all the formats and guidelines when you edit like, 5 wikis. It makes my eyes spin... Also...Watson's in the scene too, but never a clear shot of him...
Thanks. It helps others who may have not seen the episode when it is identified in text, like so. Also, for future reference, when someone leaves a thread on your message wall, please do not create a new thread on theirs; just post a reply on the thread they left. Again, thanks.
My only interest is in helping make the place the best I can. I've got about fourteen years under my belt at Wikipedia, though granted, the majority of that is vandalism-hunting. HalfShadow (talk) 01:50, November 16, 2019 (UTC)