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It's a Small World LP question

Discussion in 'Archive' started by Ryan Kilpatrick, Apr 2, 2002.

  1. Ryan Kilpatrick

    Ryan Kilpatrick New Member

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    OK, so I managed to download all the various countries from the 1964 LP, but I have no idea what order they go in. Any LP or Small World afficionados who can arrange this list in the proper order would be my hero -

    Belgium
    England
    Egypt
    France
    Germany
    Greece
    Holland
    Japan
    Morocco
    Scandinavia
    Scotland
    Spain
    Switzerland
    Africa
    Antarctica
    Balkans and Russia
    India
    Ireland

    Help?
     
  2. wedroy1923

    wedroy1923 Moderator Premium Member Playlist Author

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    Okay, I dug out the ol'LP with accompanying book to find out! It does not say on the record itself, so here is what I can glean from the book:

    1. Scandinavia
    2. England
    3. Ireland
    4. Scotland
    5. Belguim
    6. Holland
    7. Spain
    8. Italy
    9. France
    10. Switzerland
    11. Germany
    12. Russia and Balkans
    13. Greece
    14. Morocco
    15. India
    16. Japan
    17. Africa
    18. Egypt
    19. Antarctica
    20. South America/Central America
    21. Mexico

    Anyone want to double check?

    wedroy1923
     
  3. Shane

    Shane Member

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    That order is essentially correct. I just listened to the album itself and here is the order as introduced by Winston Hibler at each destination.

    1. Scandinavia
    2. England 1 (He doesn't introduce it here, but it is clearly the brass fanfare played by the kids in London at this part of the attraction)
    3. Ireland
    4. Scotland
    5. England 2 (Vocal)
    6. Belgium / Holland (Holland is not explicitly mentioned, just that little Dutch boys are clicking their wooden shoes together immediately after he introduces Belgium)
    7. Spain / Portugal
    8. Italy
    9. France
    10. Switzerland
    11. Germany
    12. The Balkans and Russia
    13. Greece
    14. The Middle East
    15. India
    16. Bali
    17. Japan
    18. Africa 1 (Jungle animals)
    19. Africa 2 (Princesses, hyenas, & drummer boys)
    20. Egypt
    21. Antarctica
    22. South America 1 (The Andes / Chile)
    23. South America 2 (Gauchos & senoritas)
    24. South America 3 (Rain forest)
    25. South America 4 (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
    26. Central America
    27. Mexico
     
  4. David S.

    David S. Member

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    Wow, this sounds like it would make an EXCELLENT CD release!!!

    Hint, Hint :)
     

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