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The Disneyland Hotel Project

Discussion in 'Disney Parks and Resorts' started by kkocka, Sep 12, 2012.

  1. kkocka

    kkocka New Member

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    Hey guys. So I found this forum a few weeks ago while working on a personal project of mine, something that I've been inspired to do for several months given how much I enjoy the Adventure Tower lobby music at The Disneyland Resort.

    That inspiration is The Disneyland Hotel Project.

    The concept of this project is simple:
    1. Decode the playlist for each of The Disneyland Hotel's three towers (Adventure Tower, Frontier Tower, Fantasy Tower) song by song.
    2. Download or rip the tracks accordingly, then compile and group them.
    3. Create album art and share with the Disney fan community.

    Pretty simple right? Well, that's what I thought at first. I figured I'd head over on a Saturday, park at the Downtown Disney lot because I certainly wouldn't need more than the three free hours, then head back home a champion. Unfortunately, it didn't work out that way and it really is unfortunate because its generated a lot more work for me.

    Here's basically how my Saturday went down:

    I cruised into the Adventure Tower prepared for my easiest playlist capture yet. I came prepared, in that I had recently purchased the soundtrack to The Jungle Book and already knew that at the very least the tower included the track(s) "Overture" and/or "Jungle Beat." Its the very chill instrumental theme from the beginning of the film. I guess having just returned from Hawaii helped my motivation too as I love all things tiki and safari. This goes without saying that I'm obsessed with Trader Sam's. Anyway, my plan was to use both Shazam and Soundhound to capture any tracks I was unfamiliar with. But, as I stated above, it didn't work out that way. A lot of the results from those apps were completely inaccurate, or too generic. "Epilogue," for example, can be one of thousands of song titles. Shazam credited it as being from the soundtrack to I Am Legend, but that clearly wasn't correct. Fortunately some data in the identification led me to the correct track from Disney's film Dinosaur. With a lot of digging around and deciphering from YouTube and my own Disney knowledge, was able to get a list that's maybe 70-75% complete. I was not pleased at all with having any number of incomplete tracks, but time was ticking faster than I anticipated and I would somehow make do.

    Hoping to have similar "passing grade" luck with the next tower, I headed over to the Frontier Tower. I couldn't pick out a single western track that I heard and lasted maybe 10 minutes there, and then in my frustration headed over to the Fantasy Tower. The whole process should have been much easier than this!

    I had resolved to simply ask a desk attendant if they had access to a physical list, and after some waiting was told that it was the Imagineers who put together the list to begin with. Fortunately, the Fantasy Tower music is much more recognizable than the Frontier Tower and includes much of the fairytale genre. Shazam was giving me results and could pick up a lot of tracks - stuff that is easily recognizable. The only trick is that Disney loves to have various compilations, rerecordings, and new recordings of classic tracks...and there are dozens of albums they could be hiding on. Its here that I desperately Google searched to see if somebody else had already done the work. [topic=4817]The closest I got was this outdated thread[/topic]. The thread however includes out of date listings. I had been in the tower for roughly an hour when I gave up and started to walk downstairs to the main lobby when I heard "A Cottage in the Woods," which was the first track I heard when I started. My loop was complete, yet the track listing was incomplete. My trip was bittersweet with a lot of bitter.

    Luckily, last night boosted my confidence tremendously as I took all my notes and started completing my playlists. Between "Capture Saturday" and last night I ordered most of the classic soundtracks (pre-1970 with the exception of The Black Cauldron) and familiarized myself with the tracks. I sat down with my laptop, my lists, iTunes, Shazam, Soundhound, YouTube, and Google and now can say I also have a 70-80% complete playlist for the Fantasy Tower too. With another trip and 1 more night at the laptop, I can quite possibly jump to 90-100% completion of Adventure and Fantasy Towers!

    So I come here to see if there is any interest out there for what I'm doing? I would definitely love to share my progress and results if there is the interest, and it seems like this is the place to be if I have any trouble identifying and locating tracks. I plan on another trip to the park this weekend to record audio of anything Shazam won't pick up again so I can do some track comparisons with iTunes.

    Sorry for the gigantic post! This will all be on my blog in the near future.
     
  2. eyore

    eyore DLRP explorer Premium Member Playlist Author

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    Indeed yes, a lot of interest. There are several people who are attempting to find the playlists for these and who would be really interested in what you have found.
     
  3. Club 33

    Club 33 Playlist Author

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    Most of the work to ID these loops has already been done by myself, wedroy1923, and pixelated. Here are some playlists:




    Disneyland Hotel
    Adventure Tower Music Loop
    (August 2011 to Present)

    1. Overture – George Bruns – The Jungle Book OST
    2. Jungle Beat – George Bruns – The Jungle Book OST
    3. Adventureland – Disneyland Concert Orchestra - Walt Disney Takes You to Disneyland
    4. Serengeti Serenade – Magic Skyway – Walt Disney and the 1964 World’s Fair
    5. Under the Stars (Instrumental) – Hans Zimmer – The Lion King OST
    6. The Courtship – James Newton Howard – Dinosaur OST
    7. Epilogue – James Newton Howard – Dinosaur OST
    8. The Bare Necessities (Instrumental) – Disney Karaoke, Vol. 2
    9. The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room – Pizzafari Area Music – Walt Disney World Forever
    10. I Wan’na Be Like You (The Monkey Song) (Instrumental) – Disney Karaoke, Vol. 1

    Loop runs: 32:26



    Disneyland Hotel
    Frontier Tower Music Loop
    (August 2011 to Present)

    1. High Noon – Ned Nash Orchestra – The Greatest Western Movie Themes
    2. Andy’s Birthday – Toy Story Midway Mania Area Music
    3. Unknown
    4. Woody’s Roundup – Toy Story Midway Mania Area Music
    5. Stagecoach (Opening and Closing Titles) – City of Prague Philharmonic – Western Film Themes: The Essential Album
    6. Tombstone: Final Credits – Bruce Broughton – Wild, Wild Westerns
    7. How the West Was Won: Suite – Bruce Broughton – Wild, Wild Westerns
    8. Main Title – Bruce Broughton – Silverado OST
    9. The Hallelujah Trail (Overature) – James Sedares, Phoenix Symphony – Elmer Bernstein: The Magnificent Seven [Koch Records]
    10. The Big Country – The Philharmonic Orchestra – The Big Country: Music by Jerome Moross [Silva Screen Records UK]
    11. Anthology of TV Western Themes – Bonanza – Erich Kunzel, Cincinnati Pops – Round-Up
    12. Jessie and the Roundup Gang – Toy Story 2 OST
    13. Unknown
    14. Unknown
    15. Main Titles and Calvera’s Visit: Allegro con Fuoco – James Sedares, Phoenix Symphony – Elmber Bernstein: The Magnificent Seven [Koch Records]
    16. We’ll Be Back (End Credits) – Bruce Broughton – Silverado OST
    17. The Comancheros (Main Title Theme) – City of Prague Philharmonic – Western Film Themes: The Essential Album
    18. Medley of Television Western Themes – The Big Valley/Have Gun Will Travel – Erich Kunzel, Cincinnati Pops – Happy Trails
    19. We’re Out of Gas – Alan Silvestri – Back to the Future III OST
    20. The Cowboys (Main Theme) – City of Prague Philharmonic – Western Film Themes: The Essential Album
    21. Unnown
    22. The Suns of Katie Elder (Main Theme) – City of Prague Philharmonic – Western Film Themes: The Essential Album

    Loop runs: 48:06



    Disneyland Hotel
    Fantasy Tower Lobby Area Music
    December 2011 to Present

    1. Fantasyland Castle Medley – The Official Album (1997)
    2. Return to Neverland Main Title – Return to Neverland OST
    3. Whistle While You Work – Neverland Orchestra – Disney’s Orchestra Collection Vol. 3
    4. It’s a Small World Entrance – Walt Disney and the 1964 Word’s Fair
    5. Painting the Roses Red
    6. A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes – The Royal Harmonic Orchestra Visits Magical Movieland
    7. Dress Building – Disney’s Cinderella (1995)
    8. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Overture – Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs OST
    9. Magical House Cleaning / Blue or Pink – Sleeping Beauty OST
    10. Someday My Prince Will Come – Neverland Orchestra – Disney’s Orchestral Collection
    11. A Cottage in the Woods – Sleeping Beauty OST
    12. Casey Junior / Dumbo’s Triumph
    13. So This is Love Waltz – Disney’s Cinderella
    14. I’m Wishing / With a Smile and a Song – Kingstom Symphony Orchestra - Symphonic Magic
    15. When You Wish Upon a Star (Instrumental)
    16. Enchanted Suite – Enchanted OST
    17. March of the Cards
    18. The Caucus Race
    19. Once Upon a Dream – Disney Strings Fantasy
    20. Bibbidy Bobbidy Boo – City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra – Symphonic Magic
    21. You Can Fly


    Loop runs: 56:09



    Disneyland Hotel
    Tangaroa Terrace/Trader Sam’s Area Music
    (May 2011 to Present)

    1. Sunset On the Kona Kai – The Tikiyaki Orchestra – Swingin’ Sounds for the Jungle Jetset!
    2. Martinique – Martin Denny – Quiet Village
    3. Return to Moorea – Martini Kings – Dance of the Virgins
    4. Tiki Diva – Kenny Sasaki & The Tiki Boys – Tiki Moon
    5. Bustin’ Surfboards – The Tornadoes – Bustin’ Surfboards
    6. Unknown (drums, surf guitar, steel guitar)
    7. Ali’i Fire Dance – The Tikiyaki Orchestra - StereoExotique
    8. Peaceful Easy Feeling – Jim “Kimo” West – Hotel Honolulu: The Hawaiian Tribute to the Eagles
    9. Theme From Hawaii Five-o – Soundtrack & Theme Orchestra – 50 Classic TV Themes
    10. Stranded In Paradise – The Tikiyaki Orchestra - StereoExotique
    11. The Perfect Wave – The Mel-Tones – Surf Sensation
    12. Blue Hawaii – Jack de Mello – Steel Guitar Magic: Hawaiian Style
    13. Caravan – 80 Drums Around The World – Ultra-Lounge, Vol. 1: Mondo Exotica
    14. Pearly Shells (Popo O Ewa) – New Hawaiian Band – Hawaii’s Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
    15. Hypnotique - Ultra-Lounge, Vol. 1: Mondo Exotica
    16. Pipeline – The Chantays – Pipeline
    17. Tiny Bubbles – New Hawaiian Band – Hawaii’s Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
    18. Last Sampan to Kowloon – The Tikiyaki Orchestra – Swingin’ Sounds for the Jungle Jetset!
    19. Mele Ka ‘Aeko – Jim “Kimo” West – Hotel Honolulu: The Hawaiian Tribute to the Eagles
    20. Unknown (surf guitar, drums)
    21. Moonlight Time in Old Hawaii – Ford’s Magic Skyway – Walt Disney and the 1964 World’s Fair
    22. Exotica ‘97 – Don Tiki & Martin Denny – The Forbidden Sounds of Don Tiki
    23. Tequila Sunrise – Jim “Kimo” West – Hotel Honolulu: The Hawaiian Tribute to the Eagles
    24. Adventures in Paradise – The Waitiki 7 – Adventures in Paradise
    25. Erotica Exotica – Kenny Sasaki & The Tiki Boys – Tiki Pop
    26. Song of the Islands (Na Lei O Hawaii) – Arthur Lyman – Hawaiian Sunset
    27. Chant of the Moon – Robert Drasnin – Voodoo!
    28. Unknown (drums, surf guitar, steel guitar)
    29. Tradewind – Eden Abhez – Eden’s Island
    30. Yellow Bird – Athur Lyman – Yellow Bird
    31. Sleep Walk – Santo & Johnny – Santo & Johnny
    32. At the Tiki Bar – Kenny Sasaki & The Tiki Boys – Tiki Moon
    33. Unknown (surf guitar, drum, keyboard)
    34. Tiki Hut – Miles Corbin – Sounds from the Tiki Hut
    35. Misirlou – Martin Denny – Ultra-Lounge, Vol. 1: Mondo Exotica
    36. Tune from Rangoon – Martin Denny – Quiet Village
    37. Enchantment – Robert Drasnin – Voodoo!
    38. Ruby – The Waitiki 7 – New Sounds of Exotica
    39. Fly Me To The Island – Kenny Sasaki & The Tiki Boys – Island Slumber
    40. Hawaiian War Chant (Instrumental Version) – Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room*
    41. Pineapple Princess – Santo & Johnny – Hawaii
    42. Taboo Tu – Athur Lyman – Taboo 2

    Loop runs: 1:58:49
     
  4. eyore

    eyore DLRP explorer Premium Member Playlist Author

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    Wow, I knew you were working on them but had no idea you were this far! Fantastic.
     
  5. kkocka

    kkocka New Member

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    Club 33,

    Yeah that's about what I have, minus the Frontier Tower. Where/what are your missing gaps if any? I guess this saves me time on Sunday when I was going to head back to fill up the potholes, many just to confirm my suspicions.
     
  6. disneyphenom

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    I think you also had the Tangaroa Terrace exterior loop as well, didn't you Club 33?
     
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    Does anybody else think it kinda strange that some tracks in the Frontier Tower aren't from Disney properties? A lot of movies, such as Tombstone, ended up under Touchstone's umbrella, but some are still under Sony, etc.
     
  8. eyore

    eyore DLRP explorer Premium Member Playlist Author

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    Not that unusual these days. Most of the area loops have little to do with Disney and, at DLRP, the Hotel Disneyland is the only one that plays Disney music (and that's from one CD played in order). Very few of the others have any relationship to Disney at all.
    A number of them also play at the Thunder Mesa DLRP Frontierland loop so probably still under license for Disney to use them.
     
  9. disneyphenom

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    Unfortunately, Disney doesn't have a lot of properties that are westerns anymore... not any that Guests would readily recognize and get them in the mood of a Frontier experience. A lot of the songs played in that tower were used in the 1995-2011 Frontierland in-park loop, as well.
     
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    Yeah, though usually non-Disney tracks throughout the parks, hotels, etc are a bit more generic and "classic" tracks used throughout a variety of movies, studios. That's probably the case, as you guys have mentioned. In a small update, the DLH Project is coming to a close and is just down to picking out some details, such as tracking down which particular versions of the songs are being used throughout the towers. A variety of sites have been generous to help me out which has sped my progress.

    The one thing that might take some time is creating the album art, which I plan to recomp and base off of the blue tower signs, which are essentially old attraction posters for Dumbo, Jungle Cruise, etc.
     
  11. eyore

    eyore DLRP explorer Premium Member Playlist Author

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    Maybe the trend is to move away from the Disney audio in hotels now.
    Have a look in my blog for the hotels from DLRP Newport Bay,Santa Fe, Cheyenne, Sequoia Lodge and Hotel New York. Apart from a short Cars loop playing where children gather in the Santa Fe, very little Disney. As I say, the Disneyland Hotel has, for the past several years, been playing the Disney Collection Vol 1 (European release). They could really do with a new CD, I'm getting quite fed up with it now! Mind you, I can see their reason for keeping the Disney connection there although I would think that their choice for the fantasy tower is more appropriate being instrumental rather than the movie soundtrack vocals DLRP use.
    Strange they didn't sneak a few Lilo and Stitch numbers into the Tangaroa Terrace/Trader Sam’s Area Music.
     
  12. disneyphenom

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    A Lilo and Stich track did end up at the Paradise Pier Hotel's PCH Grill... guess they were trying to make a break between the beach/surf for PCH Grill, and the tropics feel for Tangaroa/Sam's.
     
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    I have a feeling that the managing of Paris vs Disneyland is quite different. From my experience, the Disney brand outside of the US get more liberties. From my design background, the foreign/PAL art could always get away with stuff that we in the US couldn't, and brand managers I know from Japan can also have a creative freedom that we can't. The hotels I'm guessing could follow a similar freedom to do what they do or don't want, such as the loops in the hotels.

    Personally, I hope the Disneyland Hotel keeps their loops so that what I am trying to enjoy on my own can be relevant for many many years to come. It would essentially trick me into thinking that what I'm listening to is as authentic and official as possible.
     
  14. disneyphenom

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    You're lucky you just started this project now. The Fantasy Tower actually went through 3 different loops in less than a year (turns out, those loops still exist in some portions of the hotel, such as Goofy's Kitchen and the exterior/valet of the Hotel). So, if you're trying to get all of the current loops, you'll need those as well... in addition to the Tangaroa Terrace exterior (which differs from the Trader Sam one)
     
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    The Fantasy Tower I think changed so much recently because it was the final tower to undergo the renovations. I've spent a lot of time at the hotels from about August 2010 - April 2012 because my wife and I got married there in April 2011, and there was a lot of spending time in the various towers due to preparations prior and personal pleasure afterwards. I think the present playlist for Fantasy is structured in the same way that Adventure and Frontier are, thus making the three a matching set.

    My concern is limited to the current loop for each of the 3 towers. Trader Sam's is a bonus, only because I drink so much rum so often. ;) I'm not concerned with the exterior as I never spend time outside, though I find it surprising that Tangaroa Terrace would have a separate exterior soundtrack.
     
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    My album artwork for the Adventure Tower is down to details, which reflects the blue attraction poster signs outside the tower. I purchased this book and scanned the posters necessary to recreate the hotel versions. I hope to have something finished by the weekend!
     
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    Finished identifying the tracks for Trader Sam's. Here's the complete playlist:

    The Disneyland Hotel Project - Trader Sam’s - Complete
    1. Sunset On the Kona Kai / The Tikiyaki Orchestra /Swingin’ Sounds for the Jungle Jetset!
    2. Martinique / Martin Denny / Quiet Village
    3. Return to Moorea / Martini Kings / Dance of the Virgins
    4. Tiki Diva / Kenny Sasaki & The Tiki Boys / Tiki Moon
    5. Bustin’ Surfboards / The Tornadoes / Bustin’ Surfboards

    6. Makaha / The Tikiyaki Orchestra / Swingin’ Sounds for the Jungle Jetset
    7. Ali’i Fire Dance / The Tikiyaki Orchestra / Stereo Exotique
    8. Peaceful Easy Feeling / Jim “Kimo” West / Hotel Honolulu: The Hawaiian Tribute to the Eagles
    9. Theme From Hawaii Five-O / Soundtrack & Theme Orchestra / 50 Classic TV Themes
    10. Stranded In Paradise / The Tikiyaki Orchestra / Stereo Exotique
    11. The Perfect Wave / The Mel-Tones / Surf Sensation
    12. Blue Hawaii / Jack de Mello / Steel Guitar Magic: Hawaiian Style
    13. Caravan / 80 Drums Around The World / Ultra-Lounge, Vol. 1: Mondo Exotica
    14. Pearly Shells (Popo O Ewa) / New Hawaiian Band / Hawaii’s Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
    15. Hypnotique / Martin Denny / Ultra-Lounge, Vol. 1: Mondo Exotica
    16. Pipeline / The Chantays / Pipeline
    17. Tiny Bubbles / New Hawaiian Band / Hawaii’s Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
    18. Last Sampan to Kowloon / The Tikiyaki Orchestra / Swingin’ Sounds for the Jungle Jetset!
    19. Mele Ka ‘Aeko / Jim “Kimo” West / Hotel Honolulu: The Hawaiian Tribute to the Eagles
    20.[background=transparent] Tiki Cabana [/background][background=transparent] / The Mel-Tones / Surf Sensation[/background]
    21. Moonlight Time in Old Hawaii / Ford’s Magic Skyway / Walt Disney and the 1964 World’s Fir
    22. Exotica ‘97 / Don Tiki & Martin Denny / The Forbidden Sounds of Don Tiki
    23. Tequila Sunrise / Jim “Kimo” West / Hotel Honolulu: The Hawaiian Tribute to the Eagles
    24. Adventures in Paradise / The Waitiki 7 / Adventures in Paradise
    25. Erotica Exotica / Kenny Sasaki & The Tiki Boys / Tiki Pop
    26. Song of the Islands (Na Lei O Hawaii) / Arthur Lyman / Hawaiian Sunset
    27. Chant of the Moon / Robert Drasnin / Voodoo!
    28. Black Sand Blue Sea / The Tikiyaki Orchestra / Stereoexotique
    29. Tradewind / Eden Ahbez / Eden’s Island
    30. Yellow Bird / Arthur Lyman / Yellow Bird
    31. Sleepwalk / Santo & Johnny / Santo & Johnny
    32. At the Tiki Bar / Kenny Sasaki & The Tiki Boys / Tiki Moon
    [background=transparent]33. Dan-o’s Day Off [/background][background=transparent] / The Tikiyaki Orchestra / Swingin’ Sounds for the Jungle Jetset![/background]
    34. Tiki Hut / Miles Corbin / Sounds from the Tiki Hut
    35. Misirlou / Martin Denny / Ultra-Lounge, Vol. 1: Mondo Exotica
    36. Tune from Rangoon / Martin Denny / Quiet Village
    37. Enchantment / Robert Drasnin / Voodoo!
    38. Ruby / The Waitiki 7 / New Sounds of Exotica
    39. Fly Me To The Island / Kenny Sasaki & The Tiki Boys / Island Slumber
    40. Hawaiian War Chant (Instrumental Version) / Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room
    41. Pineapple Princess / Santo & Johnny / Hawaii
    42. Taboo Tu / Arthur Lyman / Taboo 2
     
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    Here's what I remember to it have been the last time I was there:

    FANTASY TOWER
    • It's a Small World
    • When You Wish Upon a Star
    • Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
    • Casey Jr
    • Under the Sea
    • Following the Leader
    • Saludos Amigos
    • Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
    • Heigh Ho
    • Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?
    • So This is Love
    • Be Our Guest
    • Spoonful of Sugar
    • Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Attraction version)
    • Hip Hip Pooh Ray
    • March of the Cards
    • Wonderful Thing About Tiggers
    • Minnie's Yoo Hoo
    • Whistle While You Work
    • Bibbidy Bobbity Boo
    • Alice in Wonderland
    • Mickey Mouse Club
    If this loop still exists, where can it be heard currently?
     
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    That loop no longer exists in the Fantasy tower - its been completely redone. I have about half of it accurately complete, however its the most difficult of all towers because it uses a number of rare recordings and/or originals, and also incorporates a lot of editing/relooping on shorter tracks.
     
  20. wedroy1923

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    It is my understanding that this loop continues to be used in Goofy's Kitchen Restaurant. Here's additional information regarding this playlist, as compiled by Club 33 and pixelated ...

    01. Heigh Ho
    - Disney's Orchestra Collection Vol. 1 [Edited to include 00.51 - End]

    02. Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?
    - Disney's Orchestra Collection Vol. 1 [Edited to include 01.02 - End]

    03. So This is Love
    - Disney's Orchestra Collection Vol. 1 [Edited to include 01.40 - 03.42]

    04. Be Our Guest
    - Disney's Orchestra Collection Vol. 1 [Edited to include 00.20 - End]

    05. Spoonful of Sugar
    - Disney's Orchestra Collection Vol. 1

    06. Zip-a-dee-doo-dah
    - Disneyland Forever (Critter Country Area Music)

    07. Songs from Winnie the Pooh (Hip Hip Pooh-ray)
    - Walt Disney World Band, Walt Disney World Band [Edited to include 01.59 - End]

    08. March of the Cards

    09. Songs from Winnie the Pooh (Wonderful Thing About Tiggers)
    - Walt Disney World Band, Walt Disney World Band [Edited to include 01.02 - 01.58]

    10. Minnie's Yoo Hoo

    11. Whistle While You Work

    12. Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo

    13. Alice in Wonderland

    14. Mickey Mouse Club March

    15. it's a small world

    16. When You Wish Upon a Star

    17. Zip-a-dee-doo-dah

    18. Casey Junior
    - Disney's Orchestra Collection Vol. 3

    19. Under the Sea
    - Disney's Orchestra Collection Vol. 3

    20. Following the Leader
    - Disney's Orchestra Collection Vol. 3

    21. Saludos Amigos
    - Disney's Orchestra Collection Vol. 3 [Edited to include 00.24 - 03.30]

    22. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
    - Disney's Orchestra Collection Vol. 3

    Tracks 8 and 10-17 appear to be unreleased, though Track 8 has appeared in the Disneyland, Magic Kingdom, and Disneyland Paris entrance loops.
     

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