disney music on Itunes


hey was on itunes this morning and they have awhole section of disney albums now and some look like the ones from the wonerland music store.Could this be good news fro us who dpn't live near the parks and we can get the new released wonderland music albums on itunes? I think this is the best news any disney fan could get.



Wow! Here I was expecting this to be a question about why there was no Disney music on iTunes and low and behold, it's an announcement about it finally appearing! What I now want to know is what company finally decided to play nice.... Was it Jobs or Eisner? Thankfully I haven't used any of my Pepsi iTunes songs yet and have a clear credit card......



What I now want to know is what company finally decided to play nice.... Was it Jobs or Eisner?
Bob Cavallo has been pursuing this for quite some time. Mike's tenuous situation allowed Cavallo and David Agnew to convince the few remaining grown ups at Disney that now was the time to join the iTunes/Napster/Etc. party.



Let me just say...


Luckily, I just got my tax refund back. Unfortunately, I'll be broke next week. :(
Does this mean after 9/30/2004, we will also see Disney music somewhere else?

Here is the news... (from prnewswire.com)
Apple and Walt Disney Records Team Up to Deliver Exclusive Soundtracks on iTunes

CUPERTINO, Calif. and BURBANK, Calif., April 21 /PRNewswire FirstCall/ -- Teaming up to offer the leading collection of digital music for kids, teens and families, Apple® and Walt Disney Records today announced that the catalog of Walt Disney Records, including soundtracks from Disney's classic animated films and Disney/Pixar's computer-animated films, is now available exclusively on the iTunes® Music Store through September 30th.

A new "Disney" genre page within the iTunes Music Store will feature a
wide range of family entertainment including the soundtracks from animated films such as Alice in Wonderland, Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, Snow White and The Little Mermaid; Disney/Pixar's Toy Story, Toy Story 2, A Bug's Life, Monsters, Inc. and Finding Nemo; plus, Disney audio storytellers, theatrical cast recordings and music from up-and-coming stars Raven and Jesse McCartney.

"Now iTunes users can add these timeless Disney songs to their music
libraries and enjoy them wherever they go on their iPods," said Steve Jobs, Apple's CEO. "This exclusive access to the classic songs from films like The Lion King, Toy Story and Mary Poppins, to name just a few, is going to make many of our iTunes users very happy."

"We are proud to offer a way for customers to easily own the classic and
contemporary Disney music they know and love," said David Agnew, executive vice president and general manager of the Buena Vista Music Group (BVMG), who oversees Walt Disney Records. "We chose to deliver our digital music catalog exclusively on iTunes because it is the leading global online music store."

"This is the next logical step in BVMG's continuing efforts to reach the
music consumer directly," added Bob Cavallo, chairman of BVMG. "We're happy to be in business with Apple."

The iTunes Music Store has sold more than 50 million songs, providing
music fans with the best digital music experience on either a Mac® or Windows PC. Apple is the only company to offer a complete solution for buying, managing and listening to digital music anywhere with the unique combination of the iTunes digital music jukebox software, the pioneering iTunes Music Store and the market-leading iPod(tm) and iPod mini digital music players. All work seamlessly together to make the new digital music era accessible to everyone.

Walt Disney Records is the number one children's and family music label in the world and is part of The Buena Vista Music Group, the recorded music and music publishing arm of The Walt Disney Company.

Apple ignited the personal computer revolution in the 1970s with the Apple II and reinvented the personal computer in the 1980s with the Macintosh. Apple is committed to bringing the best personal computing experience to students, educators, creative professionals and consumers around the world through its innovative hardware, software and Internet offerings.

NOTE: Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh, Mac, Mac OS, iTunes and iPod are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Apple. Other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

SOURCE Apple Computer, Inc.


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So exciting! Yet... Where are the theme park albums? The release talks about the entire library, yet they are not to be found. :'(

That, and it is unclear if the agreement is exclusivity until 9/30, or that the songs will only be on iTunes until 9/30... Hmm...

Well, I'm downloading anyway! :)


I, too, am excited, but I find myself asking: Besides a few stories and a Baby Einstein or two, what is available that I don't already have? I imagine MOST of you are noticing the same thing?

Is there a way to see ALL of the album titles in one list? I only know how to look at the daily top 100. :(

Also, I noticed The Rescuers Down Under soundtrack on iTunes seems to NOT include the three The Rescuers bonus songs that are included on the CD release. I didn't check many others for accuracy.


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To see the full catalog, click the 'Browse' button in the upper right corner of the iTunes window (it is round and has a colorful eye icon on it -- above where the Music Store pages change). Now, you can browse through everything. I hope they continue to add things, like the parks.


I recently purchased the Ukulele Ike CD from iTunes and I love it. The only problem that I have is that iTunes doesn't supply any of the jewel case insert graphics. :(

If anyone out there has the artwork from the Wonderland version (or the original LP) and a scanner....

...could you please email me the artwork for the insert and the CD label??? Or post it here and I can copy it.

Thanks much!!!
Hi John,
I think you can print the cover with the track listing with iTune 'cause I did it a couple of times. Here is the instruction from iTune website...

Stunning Array of Print Options
iTunes downloads cover art for the music you purchase, so you can easily make an insert for your CD cases. Print the cover for a whole album, along with track listings. If you?ve made a custom mix CD, iTunes creates a mosaic of cover art. You can also print out a listing of songs in a playlist or your library, sorted however you like, or just a simple album list with covers. iTunes designer templates include options for both black & white and color printers. iTunes prints professional-quality registration marks and bleed area.

Matt :)


Matt -

iTunes will only print the booklet, not the tray liner or the CD label. And as Steve mentioned not all of the song titles will fit. So if anyone can help out I would be greatly appreciated.