Disney EP's on iTune


Hi Guys... I was checking iTune, and I found some Disney's EP's on iTune. Here are 3 I saw...
1. Mickey's Favorite: Way Out West (6 Song EP) July 20, 2004
2. Mickey's Favorite: Way Out West (3 Song EP) July 20, 2004
3. Minnie Time (6 Song EP) August 3, 2004
I don't know if these CD's are sold in a store. If not, does that mean Disney started selling some albums directly on iTune now?
- Matt ???
 

Zarpman

Member
When I first glanced at these titles, I figured they were just some re-hashed tracks form previous sing-along albums, but they seem to be all-new recordings. I'm the dork that checks the Children's Music section of the record stores every time I'm in, and I've never seen these titles anywhere in my neck of the woods.

I also noticed there is a Raven Mega Mix which contains some tracks from various Disney albums featuring the teen star. While the release is itself is hardly anything to get worked up over, it could signify that Disney is looking at different methods of delivering music in the standard CD/album format and the digital pay-per-track world.

... or maybe I'm just reading too hard into this.
 

Tink

Member
... or maybe I'm just reading too hard into this.
That's my guess, although I would love to see you turn out to be correct. But if they are looking at another option, I kind of doubt it would be through Apple's store, as Jobs and Eisner still hate each other (apparently). Unless Eisner has enough business sense left to work the one digital music company that is actually customer friendly and easy to use.....

Tink
 

narkspud

Member
I kind of doubt it would be through Apple's store, as Jobs and Eisner still hate each other (apparently). Unless Eisner has enough business sense left to work the one digital music company that is actually customer friendly and easy to use.....
I suspect this is not something Eisner would be devoting a lot of attention to, and I doubt any personal CEO animosity would stand in the way of business dealings that are beneficial to both companies. The fact that the Disney material is on there at all shows that the companies are still quite willing to work with each other.
 

SharonKurland

Active Member
> The fact that the Disney material is on there
> at all shows that the companies are still quite
> willing to work with each other.

...until Disney decides to make their own form of iTunes, anyway. But, as usual, it'll be 6 to 12 months after the fact and no one will care . Well...not MUCH .

-Sharon-
 

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