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Sasquatched! The Musical - Music Selections

Songs - MP3 links (left click to play; right click to download):

2 - “Eight Feet Tall and Smelled Like a Skunk” – Bert returns to Zeke’s Bar to recount his encounter with Arthur the Sasquatch (fast, late ‘50s/early ’60s Rock ‘n’ Roll/Rockabilly).

3 - “Welcome to Bigfoot Central” – Zeke and Thelma describe how they would like to perpetrate the Bigfoot myth to drive tourists into their bar and motel (big, loud rock).

4 - “Helicopter Parents Are We” – Cindy and Jim (and the Chorus) describe their life as over-protective helicopter parents (up-tempo, piano-based, show tune song style).

5 - “Shake the Camera and Run” – Chaz and Dakota (and occasionally Steve) describe how to create modern, investigative video footage (up-tempo, funky ‘70s/’80s hip-hop/funk).

6 - “Starts With You” – Arthur sings a song to Sam encouraging him to be brave - even though they are both lost (medium tempo pop-rock style).

8 - “Lost in the Woods” – all of the adults lost in the woods join in a song describing their fears and frustrations (fast ‘70s rock).

9 - “I’m an Eco-Friendly . . . Park Ranger” – Pat the Park Ranger’s song praising the virtues of being an eco-friendly park ranger (mid-tempo, ‘60s “protest” folk/rock).

10 - “You Don't Know Me the Way That You Should” – Arthur, Bert, and Sam sing about Sasquatches and humans holding unfair stereotypes of each other (medium tempo, reggae-tinged pop).

12 - “Exposure” – Chris, Jim, Cindy, and Bert explain the dangers of sudden fame to Arthur (a fast, humorous “vaudeville” number).

All selections ASCAP

 


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