You might expect that an album based around the cheery precepts of would have upbeat appeal, and indeed, the artists that contribute to the collection titled Thank You, Mister Rogers: Music & Memories echo that attitude all the way through. It’s a diverse assortment of participants, with Micky Dolenz, the Cowsills, Vanessa Williams, Lee Greenwood and Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr. among the baker’s dozen or so artists lending their talents. It’s safe to say that only a few of these songs will be known to anyone other than his staunch devotees, but the tracks that do stand out —

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