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Yummy Yummy
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Released

March 12th 1994 (Australia)
October 1999 (America)

Recorded

1994

Genre

Children's music

Label

ABC (Australia)
Lyrick Studios (America)
Koch Records (UK)

Producer

Murray Cook
Jeff Fatt
Anthony Field
Greg Page

Length

28:05

Previous album

The Adventures of Captain Feathersword (1993)

Next album

Big Red Car (1995)

"Yummy Yummy" is the fourth Wiggles album which was released on March 12, 1994. The accompanying video was released on October 24, 1994.

Tracklist

All songs written by M. Cook, J. Fatt, A. Field and G. Page, except where noted otherwise

Australian Version

  1. Hot Potato (J. Field, M. Cook, J. Fatt, A. Field, G. Page)
  2. Shaky Shaky
  3. Introduction To Fruit Salad (Spoken)
  4. Fruit Salad
  5. Willaby Wallaby Woo (M Miyata, D Lee)
  6. Come On Let's Jump
  7. Walk
  8. Fais Do Do (traditional)
  9. Ponies
  10. The Monkey Dance (J. Field, M. Cook, J. Fatt, A. Field, G. Page)
  11. D.O.R.O.T.H.Y. (My Favourite Dinosaur) (J. Field, M. Cook, J. Fatt, A. Field, G. Page)
  12. Shake Your Sillies Out (B & B Simpson)
  13. Numbers Joke (Spoken)
  14. Numbers Rhumba (D Walden)
  15. Would You Giggle
  16. The Food Poem (Spoken)
  17. Crunchy Munchy Honey Cakes
  18. Butterflies Flit
  19. Where Is Thumbkin? (traditional)
  20. Veil (traditional)
  21. Yawn Yawn Yawn

American Version

Same recordings unless otherwise noted

  1. Hot Potato (New recording from 1998)
  2. Shaky Shaky
  3. Introduction To Fruit Salad (Spoken)
  4. Fruit Salad
  5. Captain Feathersword (from Stories and Songs: The Adventures of Captain Feathersword the Friendly Pirate)
  6. Our Boat is Rocking on the Sea (New recording, used in TV Series 2)
  7. We're Dancing with Wags the Dog (from Toot Toot)
  8. Willaby Wallaby Woo (M Miyata, D Lee)
  9. Come On Let's Jump
  10. Walk
  11. Fais Do Do (traditional)
  12. Ponies
  13. The Monkey Dance (J. Field, M. Cook, J. Fatt, A. Field, G. Page)
  14. D.O.R.O.T.H.Y. (My Favourite Dinosaur) (J. Field, M. Cook, J. Fatt, A. Field, G. Page)
  15. Shake Your Sillies Out (R Cavoukian, B & B Simpson)
  16. Numbers Joke (Spoken)
  17. Numbers Rhumba (New recording from 1998) [D Walden]
  18. Would You Giggle
  19. The Food Poem (Spoken)
  20. Crunchy Munchy Honey Cakes
  21. The Chase (not on an Australian album)
  22. Butterflies Flit
  23. Where Is Thumbkin? (traditional)
  24. Veil (traditional)
  25. Yawn Yawn Yawn


Personnel

Australian 1994 release

American 1999/2003 release

Staff

Australian Release

  • Composers - Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, John Field, Lawrence Miyata, Bert Simpson, Bonnie Simpson and David Walden
  • Producer - Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field and Greg Page
  • Arrangers and Song Adaptations - Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Greg Page and John Field
  • Lyricists - Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Greg Page, John Field, Dennis Lee and Marie Field
  • Engineer - Tony Douglass, Steve Promfrett

American Release

Note: the writers, staff and publishers that are not credited (*)

  • The Wiggles are. Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field and Greg Page
  • Recorded and Mixed at Sydney Australia by: Chris Brooks
  • Produced by: The Wiggles
  • Mastered by: Don Bartley, Studio 301 Sydney, Australia
  • Package Design by: Amy McMurry and Leonor Egea

Songs written by: Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Greg Page, John Field, Marie Field*, Dennis Lee*, Lawrence Miyata*, Raffi*, Bert Simpson, Bonnie Simpson, Traditional and David Walden

  • Spokens written by: Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field and Greg Page
  • Songs arranged by: Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field and Greg Page
  • Songs published by: Wiggly Tunes*, EMI*, Control and C&C Music

Release Dates

  • Australia - ABC Music: March 12, 1994
  • America - Lyrick Studios: October 1999, KOCH Records: June 24, 2003

Trivia

  • The title is reported to have inspired the name of the landmark Spring Hill eatery, Yummy Yummy.
  • This album gives thanks to the people and companies who helped The Wiggles working on it, including John Spence, Sally Maybloom, The Wiggles' families, Meg Munro, Belinda Page, Meryl Gross and all at ABC Music, Diana and Jackie at EMI, Colleen McFadden and Staff at the Metro Theatre, Mic Conway, Ro, Annette and Prue from Koncerts for Kids, Macquarie University Institute of Early Childhood, Jenny Nichols, Anthony Body, Playgroup Associations of Australia, Sue McAuley, Paul Field, Raunch Cadillac, Darren Phillips, Lores and Marianne of Kids Promotions, Wayne Covell, Barry Moore, Jeremy Fabinyl, Greg Truman, John O'Grady, Vanessa Fallon Rohanna, Turramurra Music, Hi Temple Emmanuel, I.E.C. Child and Family Studies Centre, Melanie from Girlfriend (from Greg), all the parents and their little people.
  • Shaky Shaky is adapted from Hey There Everybody, which is on Bananas in Pyjamas: The Album.
  • In the US release, David Walden who wrote Numbers Rhumba is credited as D. Walden. The US album booklet also shows The Wiggles' names in the song credits of Hot Potato, although they didn't write the music. What's more, John Field and Marie Field's names aren't listed in the song credits of D.O.R.O.T.H.Y. (My Favorite Dinosaur) and Butterflies Flit.
  • The US version of Windows Media Player lists Greg's name as Gregory Page.
  • Jeff Fatt is uncredited the US version of the musician cast list. The same thing happened for the children's vocals and Paul Paddick.

Gallery

Album Booklets