Roger Miller ‎– Story And Songs From Robin Hood

Disneyland ‎– 3810
Vinyl, LP, Album, Purple Labels

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A1 Roger Miller Whistle Stop
Written-By – Roger Miller
A2 Roger Miller Oo-De-Lally
Written-By – Roger Miller
B1 Unknown Artist Love
Written-By – Floyd Huddleston, George Bruns
B2 Phil Harris The Phony King Of England
Written-By – Johnny Mercer
B3 Roger Miller Not In Nottingham
Written-By – Roger Miller
B4 Roger Miller Reprise: Whistle Stop
Written-By – Roger Miller
B5 Chorus* Finale: Oo-De-Lanny
Written-By – Roger Miller

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Walt Disney Productions' Story and Songs from Robin Hood
Music and dialogue from the motion picture sound track.
A magnificent full-color illustrated book and long-playing record.

Gatefold sleeve.

℗ 1973 Buena Vista Distribution Co., Inc.
© 1973 Walt Disney Productions
Printed in U.S.A.

Produced for phonograph records by Jimmy Johnson with the assistance of Evelyn Kennedy, Jim Melton and Jack Wood.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, runout, side A): 3810 W-W 873 SIDE A
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, runout, side B): 3810 W-W 873 SIDE-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2, runout, side A): 3810 WRICH 281 SIDE 1 1-1-2-8
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2, runout, side B): 3810 WRICH 281 SIDE 2 1-1-2-8


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April 11, 2019
I have a sealed copy of this LP. Outside of opening it, is there a way to tell what color label the LP has?


June 17, 2016
Love is sung by Nancy Adams, revealed in The Fantastic Mr. Fox soundtrack


February 17, 2014
The recording itself is fine. In general, I'm not terribly impressed with this pressing. Side A has noticeable post-echo, side B has noticeable pre-echo.

As far as the actually narrative/story told, they didn't really do a terribly good job of presenting a cohesive storytelling experience, more of a montage of voiceacting tape and songs from the feature-length animation. There's a 7" version available if you just want the songs, though I can't speak to the fidelity of that one's pressing.