Show Segment 1
"Strolling Through The Park One Day"
"Jeepers Creepers"
"Them There Eyes"
"Beautiful, Beautiful Brown Eyes"
"Five Foot Two Eyes Of Blue"

Show Segment 2
"Medley of the South" (Cotton Fields, Pick a Bale of Cotton, Crawdad Song, Thank God I'm a Country Dog)

Show Segment 3
"Rock Around The Clock"
"Long Tall Sally"
"Splish Splash"
"Stupid Cupid"
"Good Golly Miss Molly"

Show Segment 4
"When It Rains, It Pours Show" (It's Raining, It's Pouring, Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head, Rhythm Of The Rain, Rockin' Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu)

Show Segment 5
"Hard Days Night"
"Hound Dog"
"Puppy Love"

Show Segment 6
"Americana Medley" (Yankee Doodle Dandy, Dixie, Grand Old Flag)

Show Segment 7
"Rock-A-Bye Your Baby (With a Dixie Melody)"

Show Segment 8
"Salute to the Great American Railroad" (On The Atchison, Topeka and The Sante Fe, Casey Jones, Rock Island Line, Wabash Cannonball)

Show Segment 9
"Ladies' Show" (If You Knew Susie, Clementine, Sweet Adeline, Oh Suzanna, She's Too Fat For Me, Goodbye Ladies)

Show Segment 10
"Mr. Sandman"
"Dream Lover"
"American Lullaby"

Show Segment 11
"Working Show" (Workin on the Chain Gang, Sixteen Songs, I've Been Workin' on the Railroad)

Show Segment 12
"Pizza Time Theatre Intro Show" (Pizza Time Theatre Song, Roots in the Country, That's Amore, Purple Pizza Eater, Sweet Georgia Brown)

Special Show Segments
"Birthday Chant / Song"
"Birthday One, Honey Bun"
"Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday Baby"
"Cheer - Trumpets"
"Pasqually's Chuck E. Intro"
"Christmas Medley" (Silver Bells, Fa-La-La, The Christmas Song, Jolly Old Saint Nicholas, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bell Rock, We Wish You a Merry Christmas)

This is Sally Sashay's only known showtape. The reel is themed around disco music, and Sally Sashay is referred to in these as the "disco skunk". There's the expected wise-cracks about Sally's smell (mainly out of Chuck E) however her vocals are praised in nearly all of her skits. She's also one of the few guest stars who doesn't hesitate to snap back at Chuck E and put him in his place.

Like many of the earliest showtapes, this tape has a few special segments that are themed to the special guest (in this case Sally) and the rest are recycled shows from earlier tapes.

Sally Segments - As stated above, many of the shows on this tape have been recycled from earlier tapes and are not exclusive to this reel. The segments which actually contain Sally are Segment 1, Segment 3, Segment 5, Segment 7, and Segment 9.

Undated Reel - Officially we don't know the proper date of this reel. A fan in the community happened to obtain it by chance - it was inside the box meant for another showtape. Based on the songs included on the tape and by the arrangement of the guest spots, our educated guess is that the reel was released sometime in either 1979 or 1980.

-3 out of 5 Tokens-

First of all, I should point out that I appreciate this tape based on how scarce it is. It has some aura of intrigue about it especially since the information we have on Sally Sashay is next to nothing. The fan-community is fortunate to even have this tape.

But that being said, this showtape is pretty annoying. Sally's vocals are decent when she's not trying to do anything fancy with her singing. Unfortuantely many of these disco songs go the other direction. There's quite a few notes that are cringe worthy - either from being very high or from being too growly. The disco theme is confusing too, I mean this was the era of disco, but it's one of those genres of music that faced quite a backlash - which might explain why Sally was retired early on.