Okay, so we've all heard the wonderful World's Fair tracks that are floating around the 'net. I was reluctant to download at first, but all of the buzz surrounding them sparked my curiosity. Now I have a million and one questions, and maybe some of you have more information than what I've picked up fro mthread to thread. We all know that the Walt Disney Company actually commissioned the tracks to be restored, cleaned up, and mixed for a boxed set. When was this boxed set supposed to be released? I assume for some anniversary for the World's Fair. Also, do we know who did the restoration work for the tracks? Some of them sound like modern recordings, so whoever cleaned up these 40 year old tracks certainly did an outstanding job. Why was the set never released? I assume licensing issues, or that the company decided that there was little-to-no money to be made from them. Since they are obviously ready-for-press, how come they haven't made it to the Wonderland Music kiosks? How did they finally make it out of the hands of the Mouse and into the hands of the pirates on the peer-to-peer networks and Usenet? Anyone who can help piece the story of these tracks together would help me out alot. I did a search and found a few threads here and there talking about them, but nothing about the origins. For now, it's back to the Magic Skyway for me!