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WDS Disney Cinema Parade CD on sale !

Discussion in 'Archive' started by louisgab, Jun 10, 2003.

  1. louisgab

    louisgab New Member

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    last week the new CD of this Parade has been released .

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  2. Dr. Know

    Dr. Know Member

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    More info on the music please -- composer? length? vocals??
     
  3. Dirk

    Dirk Member

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    Hey there, Hi there, Ho there,

    unbelievable once one goes offline for some weeks suddenly DLRP releases a new CD ... maybe I should go offline more often?? ;-)

    Anyway - I don't have the new CD yet and will only go back to DLRP in time for Fantillusion (AP-preview 28th of June, official premiere 5th of July) so I won't be able to provide any detailed infos yet besides the tracklisting:

    total playing time 19:38

    1 Opening Window (00:32)
    2 Peter Pan (02:12)
    3 Lion King (02:12)
    4 Pinocchio (02:12)
    5 101 Dalmatians (02:12)
    6 Mary Poppins (02:12)
    7 Toy Story (02:23)
    8 Lights!!! Camera!!! Action!!! (02:41)
    9 Finale (02:50)

    Yours
    Dirk
     
  4. DavidG

    DavidG Member

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    Here's some additional info:

    The composer of all original material (Opening Window, Underliner, Lights!!! Camera!!! Action!!!, Closing Window) is credited as "J. Barr"; the rest are well-known Disney tunes by their respective composers.

    The only other credit given on the CD is "Produced by Steve Skorija."

    The full tracks of each float (plus intro, stop music and finale) are segueing into each other, so it sounds like one track when played back from start to finish. It doesn't have any of the spoken character voices played on the floats, though, and the Finale is also purely instrumental besides the "aaand cut! that's a wrap!" line of the "director."
     

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