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Shel Silverstein's poems exist within the same timeless canon of children's classics as Where the Wild Things Are, James and the Giant Peach, and ...
If the Shel Silverstein book Where the Sidewalk Ends isn't already in every child's hands, it should be; it's as poignant and whimsical as the day it ...
Multimedia satirist Shel Silverstein had been perfecting his craft since the mid-'50s, releasing seven long-players since his debut, Hairy Jazz (1959 ...
Silverstein is joined by Sam Bush, Josh Graves, John Hartford, Roy Husky, Benny Martin, Pig Robbins, Joe Stuart, and Amos Garrett. A great, funny ...
Shel Silverstein is a hard guy to pin down, which is part of not only his charm, but his genius. He's best known as a children's author, but also was ...
This collection of folk songs by gravel-voiced humorist Shel Silverstein is particularly hilarious. ~ David Szatmary, Rovi
Songs & Stories (1978) -- the seventh long-player from the late great scatological renaissance poet, author, and satirist Shel Silverstein -- was ...
In October of 1965, Shel Silverstein, who was one of Chicago's more notable artistic luminaries, got Chess Records to record him live over two nights ...
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