And I have to say, that medley is one of the strangest! It's SOOO 70's/early 80's sounding it's not even funny! The big question I have though, is where the heck did that music actually play? I've never heard it in the attraction (except the When You Wish Upon a Star track). Bill, do you have any idea, since you've been to TDL in it's earlier years?Before that, it was released here as part of a medley:
So...that medley is the exit music? That would explain it. Still, I guess it was only used at TDL...unless it was in rotation at DL in it's (the attraction's) infancy. I swear I never heard it played at DL though....I have the worst memory for that, though the last time I went on it, which was probably back in the late 80s, it still had the funky exit music. The last couple of times I was in TDL, I was with others...none of whom wanted to see it.
to bad thats out of print I would really just like to have that one song(when you wish upon a star) i wish upon a star that there is somewhere I can find it to haveHere's a link to sound samples from "The Music of Disneyland, Walt Disney World, and EPCOT Center". It's from Henry Fink's Disney CD site.
And here's a link to the Tokyo Disneyland Music Album. It doesn't matter which one prior to the 2008 version, because they all had the same track. No, wait, the very first MA from 1985 had a longer medley with vocals, but that was edited for all subsequent releases...and disappeared altogether with the new one...anyway...
Well, you're excused...it's also another very 70's sounding attraction...it's kind of amazing actually that it's such a time-warp kind of thing.Ben...my bad...as I was reading your post, I was listening to the Mickey Mouse Revue and someone supplanted that in my response.
Or maybe uploading the whole album to Megaupload or Rapidshare. I like those two better than Rodentsections. Maybe you should do both depending on what torrent to open or maybe you can link them.So, if it's out of print now, anyone uploading it to Rodentsections (he said hopefully)?