They all have great music and songs, unfortunately I think the songs are not controlled by Disney and therefore not on any long-range plans for a cd release without paying extra fees. Again, unfortunately, we will probably never have any good releases of the original soundtracks - just various releases of "rerecorded" versions by the original artist. Can't blame Disney for this one since when the movies were made, soundtrack releases were not the norm, so various artists from various recording companies provided songs, then the rights got tangled with everyone wanting a piece of the pie, so it would almost be costly prohibative to get the rights to all the original recordings to release a cd. Maybe one day...
Can't help ya on MT's Ride, but if you purchase the cd from SONY - "Zip A DEE DOO DAH" it includes the "abridged" version of "ALL THE CATS JOIN IN" by Benny Goodman and "TWO SILOUETTES" by Ms. Shore, which was featured in the movie.
"Zip a Dee Doo Dah" is a terrific little album - Along with SILOUETTES and ALL THE CATS JOIN IN, it also contains versions of YOU BELONG TO MY HEART, FUN AND FANCY FREE, and MELODY TIME. Plus two from Song of the South and a fast version of ALICE IN WONDERLAND that sounds a LOT like the version I had on a long out-of-print LP about Disneyland back in the early 60's.
This is probably my favorite non-soundtrack Disney album, and the next-best thing to an official package film soundtrack - I even love the non-copyright-infringing cover!
Anyone who's been on the fence about buying this one should dive in and add it to their collection. If you put it on an iPod and shuffle it in with your other Disney material, it provides great moments of unexpected, jazzy, upbeat fun.