Even though Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood ceased production in 2001 (with Fred Rogers
passing away two years later), the show has been available and viewed every year since it’s
debut in 1968. 2018 saw the release of Academy Award® and Grammy®-winning director
Morgan Neville’s documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, as well as the film, A Beautiful
Day In The Neighborhood (starring Tom Hanks as Fred Rogers), which hit theaters in 2019.
That same year, Omnivore Recordings reissued four of Mister Rogers’ original albums plus
Johnny Costa Plays Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Jazz, and It’s Such A Good Feeling: The
Best Of Mister Rogers (containing classic and previously unissued material) to universal
acclaim, with It’s Such A Good Feeling: The Best Of Mister Rogers winning a Grammy® for
Best Historical Album in 2020.
Back In The Neighborhood: The Best Of Mister Rogers, Volume 2 is another definitive
excursion into the music and legacy of Fred Rogers. It contains 15 tracks drawn from You Are
Special, Coming And Going, Bedtime, and You’re Growing, including 7 as unique edits. Also
featured is the first CD/Digital appearance of 'What Would You Like To Do Today'
(previously available only on the vinyl version of It’s Such A Good Feeling), plus 4 previously