Looking forTomorrowland Playlist

Jessica L

Hi everyone - I've misplaced my Tomorrowland CD that I made, so I'm thinking of just making a new one. Does anyone have the track listing for the area music played throughout WDW's Tomorrowland? I know there was a site that had lists of area music heard throughout the parks, but I lost the link a few months back when AOL "kindly" deleted all of my favorite places.

Thanks so much! :)



Here's a detailed list for you...

01. ?Bubble Shuffle? by Larry Carlton
(from the CD ?On Solid Ground? , MCA Records MCAD-6237, 1989)

02. ?Night Fire Dance? by Andreas Vollenweider
(from the CD ?Down To The Moon?, CBS MK 42255, 1986)

03. ?The Palace? by David Arkenstone with Andrew White
(from the CD ?Island?, Narada Equinox ND-63005, 1989)

04. ?Summer?s Day? by Suzanne Ciani
(from the CD ?neverland?, Private Music 2036-2-P, 1988)

05. ?Windswept? by John Jarvis
(from the CD ?Whatever Works?, MCA Records MCAD-6263, 1988)

06. ?Inside The Sky? by Steve Haun
(from the CD ?Inside The Sky?, Silver Wave Records SD-504, 1988)

07. ?Inside The House? by Azuma
(from the CD ?The Wanderer?, Private Music 2037-2-P, 1988)

08. ?Sea Space? by Larry Carlton
(from the CD ?On Solid Ground? , MCA Records MCAD-6237, 1989)

09. ?Fire Ritual? by Patrick O?Hearn
(from the CD ?Between Two Worlds?, Private Music 2017-2-P, 1987)

10. ?Behind The Waterfall? by David Lanz & Paul Speer
(from the CD ?Natural States?, Narada Equinox ND-63001, 1985)

11. ?Generation Prelude? and ?Generation? by Peter Buffett
(from the CD ?The Waiting?, Narada Mystique ND-62002, 1987)

12. ?Elsewhere? by Vangelis
(from the CD ?Direct?, Arista ARCD-8545, 1988)

13. ?Hidden Pathways? by Bruce Mitchell
(from the CD ?Hidden Pathways?, Narada Mystique CD-2003, 1987)

Jessica L

Thank you so much! That is just what I was looking for. :D



Jessica: you're quite welcome... and Shane, yes, we'd *all* been looking for that forever. The really REALLY dumb thing is that the complete list was posted to Usenet some time back around 1996 and has been available via a search on Google (or earlier, DejaNews) since then. Boy, did I feel silly when I found THAT out...