Did you ride any slides when you were there?I spent some time at Typhoon Lagoon this morning/afternoon.
Right at 9:00 AM, when the park opened, I speed-walked to a speaker location near the extreme left edge of the Surf Pool that I had scoped out during a previous visit.
This one will be interesting to hear. Perhaps it includes some of the tracks I need to complete the Columbia Harbor House area music, or includes music from the Liberty Square area music during the Pirate & Princess party.Reserved for Typhoon Tilly's Area Music
Shanties and sea songs
It works the same as any other loop. It takes 3 hours, 27 minutes, and 16 seconds to play all 86 songs. The park is open from 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM during the summer. If you are there from open to close, you will hear some of the songs as many as four times each. If, for example, The Little Old Lady (From Pasadena) comes on at 9:00:00 AM, it will be back at 12:27:16 PM, 3:54:32 PM, and 7:21:48 PM.So is that the loop that keeps playing, and after Hour Four, it starts all over again, or does it continue?
Oh, yes, everything is available on CD. You will have to buy some of it through places like the Amazon Marketplace, or on eBay, but it's still very easy to find. Some of the tracks can be downloaded from the iTMS.For those of us who normally don't collect surf music, will all of the tracks in the playlist be available for purchase?
Jimmy Buffett. Boring. Speaking of which... Jimmy Buffett does not belong at Typhoon Lagoon! In no way does his music fit the "1960s Beach Party" theme that they were trying to go with. And the clown who decided to add Middle of the Night to the mix should be shot on sight!After this one, you should go hit up Old Key West and see what's playing there.
I have no clue what this means but, gladly, as I liked it better when it was a parking lot.better stay away from DCA =P
Oh, I see.I am not saying that I don't like Jimmy Buffett. I do. I own a bunch of his albums, I am a recipient of his Coconut Telegraph mailings, and I am a frequent visitor to his Margaritaville Restaurants. What I am saying is that his music doesn't fit the 60s Surfing/Beach Party theme at Typhoon Lagoon. And as far as Disney's Old Key West Resort is concerned, it is going to take something a bit more interesting (to me) than Margaritaville in order to get me over there with my digital recorder.