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Wally Kane is a saxophone player (along with other reed instruments) who was part of the original house band organized by Joe Raposo for Sesame Street. He has been heard on the show and in countless records over the years, and has often performed saxophone for Hoots the Owl, such as in "Put Down the Duckie." He was still part of the band as late as 2007. Kane also performed tenor sax on longtime Street colleague Jerry Nelson's album Truro Daydreams (2009).
- The Count Counts (1975)
- The Sesame Street Monsters! (1975)
- Bert & Ernie Sing-Along (1975)
- Merry Christmas from Sesame Street (1975)
- Big Bird Leads the Band (1977)
- Happy Birthday from Sesame Street (1977)
- The Sesame Street Fairy Tale Album (1977)
- Let Your Feelings Show! (1977)
- Signs! (1977)
- What Time Is It on Sesame Street? (1977)
- Sleepytime Bird (1977)
- Aren't You Glad You're You? (1977)
- Numbers! (1977)
- Sesame Street Story Time (1978)
- Fair Is Fair (1978) - Reeds
- Every Body's Record (1979)
- Sesame Disco! (1979) - Reeds
- Big Bird's Birdtime Stories (1980)
- The People in Your Neighborhood (1980)
- Big Bird Discovers the Orchestra (1981)
- For the First Time (1982)
- Sesame Street Sing-Along! (1982)
- Born to Add (1983)
- The Gang's All Here (1983)
- Surprise! (1983)
- Elmo's Favorite Sing-Alongs (1995)
- ↑ Sesame Street: A Celebration - 40 Years of Life on the Street, page 226, song notes by Christopher Cerf.