Different audio versionsEdit
However though, can anyone confirm if all of the cds/records that contains this song were the album version, or if any of them were the TV version as well? Wattamack4 01:14, 30 June 2009 (UTC)Alex
An anonymous user keeps adding this questionable passage: "This song was also found on the "Mad/Sad" 45.On this one,Mad was the A-side of the single while "Sad" was the B-side of the single.It seems that "Mad" was a number 1 hit on this 45."
Is there any source for the existence of a Mad/Sad single (it's not listed on Sesame Street Singles? The question of whether it was a "number 1 hit" is even more questionable, but if the record is non-existant, then that answers the other issue. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 19:57, 31 August 2006 (UTC)
- User:Muppet and then a different anonymous (presumably all the same user?) kept adding the Mad/Sad single thing to the Jerry and the Monotones page yesterday except with some additions about nose sizes that made no sense.
- I don't know if it's a real single, although a reasonably thorough online search didn't find anything. However, I took the "number 1 hit" thing to be a joke, referring to the fact that singles usually have a "hit" on side A, and something obscure on side B. -- Wendy (talk) 01:10, 1 September 2006 (UTC)
- The Sesame Street Singles page is incomplete. There was a series called "Parade of Top 40 Hit Songs" released in 1976 -- 20 singles, with two songs apiece. Right now on that page, we have 13 of them, so there's 7 more still to be found. Some of those singles focus on a particular performer -- one of them has two Little Chrissy songs -- so there could easily be a Little Jerry single with Mad and Sad.
- While I don't have the album, I do remember seeing it a few times on eBay. It had both Mad and Sad, and the picture usde on the front was Little Jerry from the 1974 calendar. -- MuppetDude 17:45, 1 September 2006 (UTC)