An anonymous user added a slew of info to this page. Most of it checks out, some of it was close but slightly off (The Alvin Show referred to as "David Seville and His Chipmunks"), and there's one item I'm particularly unsure of: "Luckey illustrated numerous children's books featuring Jim Henson's Muppets for Addison- Westly publishing and collaborated directly with Henson on their art direction."
Now, we haven't covered everything on the Wiki, so it's not impossible that somehow we've missed an entire line of Muppet storybooks. However, nothing is turning up on Google (except the likelihood that "Addison-Westly" is a common misspelling for publishing firm Addison Wesley, who have mostly produced textbooks), and nothing in any bios of Luckey I've found mention any children's books work of any kind. Can anyone verify or clarify this? -- Andrew Leal (talk) 07:17, 25 November 2006 (UTC)
Daddy Dear and Jazz AlphabetEdit
The info that Bud Luckey did "Daddy Dear" and "Jazz Alphabet" comes from his ASCAP file. Here are transcripts of the ASCAP entries for the songs:
JAZZ ALPHABET LOWER (Title Code: 400676159) Writers: HADLEY DONALD J LUCKEY WILLIAM E Performers: (none found) Variations: (none found) Publishers/Administrators: SESAME STREET INC % SESAME WORKSHOP ATTN: SHARON LYEW ONE LINCOLN PLAZA 4TH FLOOR NEW YORK , NY, 10023 Tel. (212) 875-6910
SESAME STREET CUES (Title Code: 498067759) Writers: HADLEY DONALD J LUCKEY WILLIAM E Performers: (none found) Variations: CANDYMAN COUNTRY #6 SOURCE NUMBER 7 ALLIGATOR KING IMAGINATION TURTLES (#10 SONG) COUNTRY #3 SONG TEN TINY TURTLES ON THE TELEPHONE SESAME STREET 970 COUNTRY #2 SONG D DADDY DEAR SONG (LOWER) ALLIGATOR KING NUMBER 7 SONG ( Publishers/Administrators: SESAME STREET INC % SESAME WORKSHOP ATTN: SHARON LYEW ONE LINCOLN PLAZA 4TH FLOOR NEW YORK , NY, 10023 Tel. (212) 875-6910