I don't remember hearing the Soarin' theme, but upon exiting the park (after listening to, I'M GUESSING, Golden Dream), the music faded into a song previously not on the loop.
At first it sounded like the movie score from Finding Nemo, but eventually I couldn't recognize it.
Would anyone enjoy...
I was recently listening to some NY64 World's Fair audio - specifically the Fission/Fusion exhibit hosted by two birds (one voiced by Wally Boag and the other by Paul Frees) - and the audio to that GE exhibit sparked my interest.
Does anyone have more information on this specific exhibit, and...
Greetings -- couple Tiki Room questions for any historians out there.
1) In the original Walt Disney World Tropical Serenade (1971), what did the birds in the preshow discuss?
2) When Eastern Airlines dropped sponsorship of the Disneyland Enchanted Tiki Room (before Dole Pineapple picked up in...
ET and Pearl Harbor have *NOTHING* to do with the themes behind the Land: food production and man's cooperation with nature.
Then again, it fits with the rest of the new pavilion. Because the new food court doesn't fit, either. ::) :-[ ::)
Grizzlyhall's 6 Disc-Set proposal... ;)
DISC ONE: Main Street, USA & Adventureland
1. All Aboard!
2. Seventy-Six Trombones
3. Dapper Dans Track
4. Main Street Area Music Track
5. Rhythm Rascals Track
6. Pianist Track
7. Adventureland Area Music Track
9. Tropical Serenade, Barker...
Re:A Musical History of Disneyland ? The Facts
I'm not sure about this, but I'd assume the individual voice and music tracks are available for the Country Bear Jamboree. . .
Of course, you could never tell from the sound system at Walt Disney World unless you listen carefully. :D
zaplarry, I believe only 9 minutes (about a half) are featured. This is in order to make sure other attractions get their time, too. :D
For those of you concerned about the lack-of-new-songs... think about it this way: Under what other circumstances do you think Disney would allow these...