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Groovy Gustafer Yellowgold is a small, yellow, cone-headed fellow, who came to Earth from the Sun and has a knack for finding himself neck-deep in absurd situations as he explores his new life in the Minnesota woods.
Gustafer Yellowgold's Infinity Sock is the first Gustafer Yellowgold show to have a storyline, which follows our hero as he embarks upon an hilarious, mind-bending musical journey in search of the toe-end of the longest sock in the universe.
Okay, to be totally honest, although this is the fourth in the award winning series of Gustafer Yellowgold DVD/D sets, I had never heard of Gustafer Yellowgold before and I thought, Wow, what a funny looking character! But this is an award-winning series that has won massive praise from various media sources such as The New York Times, Parenting, Newsweek, and so on...so I couldn't help but to be curious who this interesting yellow character was. I'm sure most of the mommies and daddies out there probably know who he is and guess what, the world premier engagement of Gustafer Yellowgold's Infinity Sock will take place at the DR2 Theatre (103 E. 15th St, NYC) with Saturday performances at 11AM and 1PM from Feb 26 -April 2, 2011 before the show's national tour. If you're already fans or if you're not, you're about to be...so go and check that out with your kids! Tickets are $25 for adults and $20 for kids under 12.
Created by illustrator/songwriter Morgan Taylor, Gustafer Yellowgold is the yellow, cone-headed main character who's come to the Earth from the Sun with a pet eel named Slimothy and a best friend who just happens to be a pterodactyl named Forrest Applecrumbie. In this particular DVD, they are settling into his new Minnesota woodland home with songs like A Sock Runs Through it, Slim Gets In 'Em, Wisconsin Poncho. Its pretty neat since its a musical moving storybook so it'd be great to keep the kids interested and it has karaoke titles for the little ones that are learning to read and for those who want to join in and sing. And if you want to take Gustafer Yellowgold on a road trip, there's the accompanying CD that has all the songs in it as well.
Personally, I enjoyed this DVD/CD combo, I actually listened to the CD first and was through the whole thing before I realized it. Its different from other kids music I've heard so far because it does not sound like kid music. It is very suited for kids but amazingly, I believe parents and grandparents may enjoy the songs as well. I think its the way the melodies are set up...its not too too kiddish. Believe me, these tunes will grow on you as well.
There are even bonuses in the DVD including Gustafer Guitar Lessons and How to Draw Gustafer with Morgan Taylor so this is extra engaging for the kids and could definitely make for some well spent family time. Overall, this is a great DVD/CD combo and I think it brings not only enjoyment but a thought-provoking experience for children of all ages. This DVD/CD is recommended for ages 4 and up and lasts about 90 minutes in total. --Whirlwind of Surprises
I have a special place in my heart for Gustafer Yellowgold. Everything about Gus makes me smile. He s curious, bright (yellow, that is), and he represents wholesome goodness. When I watch him onscreen with my boys, we are absolutely intrigued.
The music behind Gus is the extremely talented Morgan Taylor. His voice is so calming and chill, it makes me want to jump into a field of sunflowers. Well, that may hurt. Perhaps poppies.
The CD/DVD combo is pure happiness. Entertainment for the home and the minivan. Thanks, Gus. --Minivan Blues
Intended for ages 4 and up, Gustafer Yellowgold's Infinity Sock is the fourth installment of Morgan Taylor's award-winning Gustafer Yellowgold DVD/CD sets. Read morePublished on February 24, 2011 by Midwest Book Review
Gustafer never disappoints and always surprises! This CD is amazing and if you haven't heard Gustafer before, definitely go back and check out the other three albums, too!Published on February 22, 2011 by Huxley