I bought this CD last night, and I have to say I'm a little disappointed with it. It's ok, but not nearly as good as the original "O, Brother, Where Art Thou?" that it was trying to emulate. It sounded very similar to the "Best of Country Sing the Best of Disney" CD to me. I did like the Stonewall Jackson track "The Bare Necessities". In fact, it made me think of the Country Bear Jamboree...if they had ever done an update, this song would have been a perfect fit! Anyway, I just wish the producers of this album let the artists go wild with the material. Much of the stuff sounded similar to the original material with just a banjo and fiddle added... It just doesn't seem like Disney is willing to take risks when it comes to the US music releases. I wish they would follow the Japanese lead, and throw caution to the wind when it comes to taking liberties with the music. Sure, some of the Japanese CD's are WAY out there, but on the whole, I have to say that they are much riskier than any of the US counterparts. Take "Bossa Disney" and "Readymade Digs Disney" as examples. Both are great CD's and take a lot of liberties in interpreting the songs. When have you ever heard "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" sung as if it were done by Betty Boop?? It seems like they just had fun with it, and it worked. "O, Mickey, Where Art Thou?" seems to be bogged down with the same old "don't stray too far from the source material, or we might scare them away" attitude... Anyway, that's just one person's opinion, but I needed to get that off my chest. Ben C.