Woody's Roundup: A Rootin' Tootin' Collection of Woody's Favorite Songs (or simply Woody's Roundup) is a studio recording released by the Western band Riders in the Sky on August 29, 2000. It is available as a single CD.
This album is a collection of favorite Western tunes inspired by the "Woody's Roundup" TV show featured in the film Toy Story 2. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Musical Album for Children at the Grammy Awards of 2001. The song Woody's Roundup was used by NASA to wake up the crew of STS-133.
- Woody's Roundup (Newman)
- Act Naturally (Morrison/Russell)
- Jessie, the Yodelin' Cowgirl (Green)
- The Ballad of Bullseye (LaBour)
- You've Got a Friend in Me (Newman)
- Hey Howdy Hey (Kostroff/Healey)
- My Favorite Toys (LaBour)
- How Does She Yodel? - (Green)
- The Prospector Polka (Miskulin)
- You've Got a Friend in Me (instrumental) (Newman)
- "One, Two, Three," Said the Prospector - (Green)
- Home on the Range - (Higley/Traditional)
- Shh! A Secret Bonus Track! (LaBour)
- Douglas B. Green (a.k.a. Ranger Doug) – guitar, vocals
- Fred LaBour (a.k.a. Too Slim) – Bunkhouse Bass, guitar, vocals, sound effects
- Paul Chrisman (a.k.a. Woody Paul) – fiddle, vocals
- Joey Miskulin (a.k.a. Joey The Cowpolka King) – accordion, vocals, keyboard, percussion, sound effects
- Devon Dawson - vocals on "Jessie, the Yodelin' Cowgirl" and "How Does She Yodel?"
- Other instruments: Richard O'Brien (guitars), Jonathan Yudkin (fiddle), and Bob Mater (drums/percussion)
- Six children singers on "Hey Howdy Hey"
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