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Splash Mountain Area Music Question

Discussion in 'Disney Parks and Resorts' started by Paul, Mar 15, 2017.

  1. Paul

    Paul Premium Member

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    Below is a track list by Horizons:

    01 - Little Brown Jug (WDWF)
    02 - Shortenin' Bread (WDWF)
    03 - Polly Wolly Doodle (WDWF)
    04 - Froggy Went a Courtin' (WDWF)
    05 - Shoo Fly (Don't Bother Me) (WDWF)
    06 - Goober Peas (WDWF)
    07 - How Do You Do
    08 - Let the Rain Pour Down
    09 - Laughing Place
    10 - Song of the South
    11 - Camptown Races (WDWF)
    12 - Dixie
    13 - Swing Low Sweet Chariot (WDWF)
    14 - When Johnny Comes Marching Home (WDWF)
    15 - That's What Uncle Remus Said
    16 - Sooner or Later
    17 - Who Wants to Live
    18 - Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah**
    19 - Coming 'Round the Mountain
    20 - Ol' MacDonald (WDWF)
    21 - Skip to My Lou (WDWF)
    22 - Freight Train Blues (WDWF)
    23 - Wabash Cannon Ball (WDWF)
    24 - St. James Infirmary (WDWF)
    25 - Tennessee Waltz (WDWF)
    26 - Show Me the Way (To Go Home) (WDWF)

    Are the Song of the South Tracks (7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 18) not WDWForever or DLForever tracks? If they are, some have an alternate version 2. Also, I know I've heard "All I Want" at WDW.

    Thank you!
     
  2. SeaCastle

    SeaCastle Premium Member Playlist Author

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    The Song of the South tracks were recorded in the same recording session and style of WDWForever (e.g. bluegrass) but were not released on Disneyland or WDWForever to my knowledge. Disneyland & WDW Forever released the bouncier, more symphonic version of the SotS tracks and I think some have appeared on the official albums. The Walt Disney World Splash Mountain music is exclusively bluegrass, while at Disneyland it's exclusively symphonic. WDW released a number of bluegrass tracks from the recording session (a number of which were not used in the queue), but also included the Disneyland versions of the Song of the South tracks if I remember correctly.

    I don't know about "All I Want", but the WDW version of "Zip-a-dee-doo-dah" used to or does play at the Magic Kingdom main entrance.
     
  3. Paul

    Paul Premium Member

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    Thank you.

    Below is another of Horizon's posts regarding the MK Entrance Music:

    The playlist was compiled by @wedroy1923, so all thanks go to him. More work is still needed to complete the list, which I will be updating again sometime in the future.

    01. Zip-a-dee-doo-dah [edited to exclude 01.03.05 - 02.31] - WDWF
    02. Winnie the Pooh - ? .........

    S0, is the first track not included in the Splash Mountain loop?
     
  4. SeaCastle

    SeaCastle Premium Member Playlist Author

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    If it's the same version in the video below, then it is not in the WDW Splash Mountain loop. It does however appear in the Disneyland Splash Mountain loop.


    The WDW Magic Kingdom entrance music from the 90s through the mid 00's (?) used to have the WDW Splash Mountain "Zip-a-dee-doo-dah" but the current main entrance loop now has the Disneyland version of the song. And none of the bluegrass Song of the South background tracks were released on WDWF as far as I'm aware.
     
  5. Paul

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    Thank you again!
     

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