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Let's Wiggle
LET'S WIGGLE ALBUM
Album Cover

Released

August 1, 2000 (America)
June 24, 2003 (UK)

Recorded and mixed in

Sydney Australia by Chris Brooks

Produced by

The Wiggles

Mastered by

Don Bartley, Studios 301 Sydney Australia

Package Design by:

Mark Murphy and Ben Franklin

Label

Lyrick Studios and KOCH

"Let's Wiggle" is a Wiggles album released in America.

Tracklist

Note: All songs are taken from Here Comes a Song unless stated otherwise.

  1. Get Ready To Wiggle (J Field, M Cook, J Fatt, A Field, G Page) From Wiggle Time (Re-Recording)
  2. Rock-A-Bye Your Bear (A Field, G Page) From Wiggle Time (Re-Recording)
  3. Dorothy The Dinosaur (M Cook, J Field) From Wiggle Time (Re-Recording)
  4. We're All Friends (A Field) From Here Comes a Song
  5. Little Brown Ant (A Field) From Here Comes a Song
  6. Uncle Noah's Ark (Trad. Arr. M Cook, J Fatt, A Field, G Page) From Wiggle Time (Re-Recording)
  7. Dorothy's Birthday Party (M Cook) From Wiggle Time (Re-Recording)
  8. Here Comes A Bear (A Field, G Page) From Wiggle Time Re-Recording)
  9. Henry The Octopus (J Fatt, A Field, M Cook) From Wiggle Time (Re-Recoring) or Toot Toot (Album)
  10. Silver Bells That Ring In The Night (E Madden, P Wenrich) From Toot Toot (Album)
  11. Poesje Mauw (Trad. Arr. M Cook, J Fatt, A Field, G Page) From Here Comes a Song
  12. I Love It When It Rains (M Cook) From Wiggle Time (Re-Recording)
  13. Sing A Song Of Polly (Trad. Arr. M Cook, J Fatt, A Field, G Page) From Here Comes a Song
  14. Bound For South Australia (Trad. Arr. M Cook, J Fatt, A Field, G Page) From Here Comes a Song
  15. The Gypsy Rover (Trad. Arr. M Cook, J Fatt, A Field, G Page) From Here Comes a Song
  16. I Look In The Mirror (G Page) From Here Comes a Song
  17. Lechoo Yeladim (Trad. Arr. M Cook, J Fatt, A Field, G Page) From Here Comes a Song
  18. Dancing Ride (A Field, G Page) From Here Comes a Song
  19. Whenever I Hear This Music (M Cook, J Fatt) From Wiggle Time (Re-Recording)
  20. Fly Through The Air (A Field, G Page) From Here Comes a Song
  21. The Dreaming Song (A Field, J Field) From Here Comes a Song
  22. The Lion And The Unicorn (Trad. Arr. M Cook, J Fatt, A Field, G Page) From Here Comes a Song

Personnel

  • Vocals: Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Greg Page, Carolyn Ferrie
  • Backing Vocals: The Wiggles, Jane Bezzina, Greg Truman, Mark Punch, Rosemary Richardson
  • Guitars: Murray Cook, Anthony Field, Peter Mackie
  • Keyboards: Jeff Fatt
  • Drums/Percussion: Tony Henry, Paul Hester
  • Strings: Maria Schattovits, Margaret Lindsay
  • Trumpet: Dominic Lindsay

Staff

  • The Wiggles are. Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Greg Page
  • Music and Lyrics: Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Greg Page and John Field
  • Arrangement: Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field and Greg Page
  • Engineered by: Chris Brooks (except for track 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21 and 22)
  • Mastered by: Don Bartley
  • Recorded at: Electric Avenue Studios (except for track 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21 and 22)
  • Mastered at: Studios 301

Trivia

  • This version had fixed an Issue that the Australian Release had which is incorrect songwriter credits. the Australian release was release not until the following year in August 2000.
  • In the booklet, Murray, Jeff, and Greg's names are listed in the song credits of Get Ready to Wiggle, although they didn't write the music. Murray's name is also listed in the song credits of Dorothy the Dinosaur, although he didn't write the music.
  • The Windows Media Player version lists Greg's name as Gregory Page.

  • This version feature that the Australian Release didn't have is the 1998 versions of Dorothy's Birthday Party, Henry the Octopus and Whenever I Hear This Music.
  • The 1998 version of Henry the Octopus appears in both versions of the Toot Toot! album.
  • This album was first released by Lyrick Studios in 1999 and later re-released in 2003 by Koch Records.
  • This cover uses the 1998 Promo Pictures of Murray, Jeff, Anthony and Greg.
  • The Album disc originally had an completey different design for the release by Lyrick Studios but was later redesigned for the 2003 re-release by Koch Records.
  • The track Silver Bells That Ring in the Night is from the Australian release of the Toot Toot! album.
  • The album is named after the 1993 book and the Disney Channel Australia television segment.
  • This album didn't list all the musicians from their Here Comes A Song album, such as Peter Mackie, who's guest guitarist for The Gypsy Rover.

Gallery

Album Booklet

Lyrick Studios Version

Koch Records Version

Release Dates

  • Lyrick Studios - October 1999
  • KOCH Records - June 24, 2003

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