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Canada Pavilion (O' Canada & BGM)

Discussion in 'Archive' started by xtigger, Jul 5, 2003.

  1. xtigger

    xtigger New Member

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    Hello All,

    I'm sure this question has been posted before, but thought I'd give it a try....

    I'm looking for the "O' Canada" 360 film soundtrack minus the narration (music only), and the Canada pavilion's original exterior area background music.

    Can anyone point me to a source for these items?

    I'm a new member here, and very excited to be onboard. I worked at Disneyland during the 70's and 80's. Many of the projects that I was associated with required me to hunt down Disney Studio and Disney theme music/soundtracks. During that time, I worked closely with Jack Wagner, and various Studio and WDI audio/visual departments.

    I'm looking forward to both sharing information and trading soundtracks with all of you.

    Thanks!

    Jim
     
  2. Dr. Know

    Dr. Know Member

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    Hey Jim,

    Great to have you aboard! I'm sure we would all love to hear some of your reminiscenses of working with Jack Wagner!
     
  3. DC-88 Spaceliner

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    Hey Jim!..........dunno if u remember me...i was introduced to you from ( Tim O. -another former Tig and WED/WDI guy! lol) Anyway....we have been wondering where u went!. Welcome back!


    Mike
    DC-88 SPACELINER
     
  4. xtigger

    xtigger New Member

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    Thanks Jim (Dr. Know) for the hearty welcome. I've started to jot down my reminiscences of working with Jack Wagner and will post them in a week or two.

    And thanks Bill for the heads-up on the Canada music. It really is a beautiful score -- with or without the narration :) The original area music is a little hard to describe, "folksy" is not quite the word but close. If I come across anything, this group will be the first to know about it.

    And last but not least, Mike! Great to hear from you! The rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated. I'm alive and well, doing web design for Time Warner. I would love to get together with you, and Tim if he can make it, just to shoot the breeze and catch up.

    I'm making my email address available in my profile, so Mike, if you or anyone wants to reach me that way, please feel free to do so.

    Jim
     

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