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Wlat Disney's Song Parade

Discussion in 'Disney Recordings' started by makeminemusic, Nov 28, 2008.

  1. makeminemusic

    makeminemusic Member

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    eyore DLRP explorer Premium Member Playlist Author

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    Wlat Disney was Walt's Russian cousin then ;D
    Another really great addition - and another I had never heard of :-[
    Fascinating stuff and vintage Disney.
     
  3. Joseph

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    Very nice. This record was actually released in 1957. The movies "Johnny Tremain" and "Perri", both of which are included here, were released in 1957.
     
  4. makeminemusic

    makeminemusic Member

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    Thanks, someone to moderate the moderator ;D

    And of course you are correct Joseph, I read the wrong line in "The Golden Age of Walt Disney Records" ::)

    Must be all the Turkey I ate. So sleepy I am not watching what I type. Happy Thanksgiving!
     
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    Thank you! I spent many, many, childhood hours listening to this LP, (rivaled only by the Popup story albums of 101 Dalmations and Sword in the Stone). It's great to hear it again after all these...decades (ack!).

    Funny how memory alters things...I always remembered it as having the original voices, but the singers do a nice job here (though that does sound like J. Pat O'Malley doing Dum and Dee). So much great songwriting on one album, and many terrific seldom-heard songs (The Apple Song, Sons of Liberty). I've never heard those extra lyrics to "How D'Ye Do and Shake Hands" anywhere else. Plus, I've always remembered and loved those theme songs for Frontierland and Tomorrowland!'

    Thanks again. This is one of those items that really captures the pre-video-cable-internet magic that Disneyland brought to children back in the 60's when classic Disney animation was a special event and the annual trip to Anaheim was genuinely life-altering.
     
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    Rich T,

    That is J. Pat O'Malley as Tweedle Dum (or Tweedle Dee, I'm not sure which, or maybe both) on the record. He recorded for Golden Records in the early 50's and so they used him on the Alice in Wonderland records.
     

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