Anybody get tickets for this event (sold out)? Would love to see the special about Epcot music. I was at the Pacific Northwest Mouse Meet yesterday and Marty Sklar was talking about how they discovered Bob...
I was streaming Utilidors the other day and heard the song "White" from Disneyland LP WDL-3026 Winter. There were others from this album and it sounded like a Christmas loop?? I checked a few of the listings here for Holiday music at WDW but so far have not found if they used any of them. Can...
If the story on the back of STER-X 4000 is correct, then Tutti's Trumpets STER-3011 was the first Disneyland label record released (1959) in stereo.
:rolleyes: That is like saying Pete Renoudet is a poor sub for Paul Frees as Ghost Host on the Haunted Mansion story LP ST-3947, which is one of the most collectable Disney vinyls ever, even though it is not the actual soundtrack.
Do you realize this entire tribute was made from scratch!! The...
Trying out a new program on the site that allows me to create jukeboxes (mp3 players) of different Disney music. So far I have Halloween, Christmas, 78s and one then even plays everything on the site :blink:
You can try them out here
Jim Pressley over at http://www.jiminyslimitededitions.com/ is releasing his latest Disney tribute "Grim Grinning Ghosts" on CD. I had a chance to preview it last week in his home studio while I was in Las Vegas. It was a blast to see how he put this together! His talent as a...
This one from Micechat is a bit more stable.
I went through this several times as I really enjoyed the tribute to the original kaleidescopic opening! And in 180 semi-circlevision too! They used 5 video projectors stiched together. It was very nice!!
I make sure I am at this one :lol:
"Michael Giacchino's Music of Pixar - In this musical presentation, Michael Giacchino provides an earful of tunes and tales about his early influences for Pixar's modern-day classic scores"
D23 Schedule Sat 20 August
Before 1956 (start of Walt Disney Records) Disney liscened outside record companies to offer the public music from the films. As you see this was from RCA/Capital Records. It was originally released on 78rpm shortly after the film came out.
Thanks Jay. If I post a record recording that has been later re-released (by Disney or another producer) I try to put a link (Amazon/iTunes) below the post that allows someone to purchase the mp3/CD. :D