5 comments on “The Sound of the 44th Street Portable Flower Factory

  1. Dorough was on one of Nellie McKay’s albums a few years ago and I knew instantly it was the singer from Schoolhouse Rock. Regarding Scholastic, when I was in school the teacher would pass out Scholastic flyers with books we could order. As a budding music geek, my favorite was a book about The Byrds with an accompanying e.p. I wish I still had them.

      • The Nellie McKay album is Obligatory Villagers from 2007. It’s an odd album, even for McKay, more influenced by Broadway than rock or pop but fun to hear once in a while.

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