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"Follow Me" was first performed by Philip Balsam on his and Dennis Lee's audition tape for the show. Source? --GrantHarding 19:30, 10 April 2006 (UTC)

I didn't add the claim, but Jerry Juhl, I think, and some of the others discuss it in the Season 1 DVD interviews, in the "Music" section. --Andrew, Aleal 19:35, 10 April 2006 (UTC)
I remember that, but I don't think Jerry explicitly says that this song was on the tape. He says "For the first time, there was real Fraggle music," and then they play a clip of "Follow Me." I don't think that necessarily means that "Follow Me" was on the tape -- I think it was just an example. Who knows. --GrantHarding 19:39, 10 April 2006 (UTC)
I checked the DVD: "Stan Colbert, who was head of variety for the CBC, gave me this tape... I just remember out of the tape machine came a song that had been written by Dennis Lee and was being composed and sung by Phil Balsam"... While Jerry speaks, "Follow Me" is heard, then they cut to the clip, and then afterwards, Juhl makes the Fraggle music comment. So if it wasn't the song on the demo, The features folk used some very deceptive editing techniques (which is not impossible, but given how the use of sketches and clips and so forth otherwise is carefully chosen and interpolated when specific instances and examples and people are mentioned, I'm a bit doubtful). I agree a flat written statement would be best, but considering that Google shows this idea keeps floating around, and the DVD does provide a context and explanation, I think it fits. But that's me. Corroboration is always good, of course. --Andrew, Aleal 19:47, 10 April 2006 (UTC)

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