|Opening Medley ("I'm Getting Wet And I Don't Care At All")|
|–With And||Hi Diddlee Dee Dee (An Actor's Life For Me) (From Pinocchio)|
|–, , And||Little April Shower (From Bambi)|
|–||I Wan'na Be Like You (The Monkey Song) (From Jungle Book)|
|–And||Baby Mine (From Dumbo)|
|–||Heigh Ho (The Dwarfs Marching Song) (From Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs)|
|Medley Two ("The Darkness Sheds Its Veil")|
|–||Stay Awake (From Mary Poppins)|
|–And||Little Wooden Head (From Pinocchio)|
|–||Blue Shadows On The Trail (From Melody Time)|
|Medley Three ("Three Inches Is Such A Wretched Height")|
|–||Castle In Spain (From Babes In Toyland)|
|–||I Wonder (From Sleeping Beauty)|
|–||Mickey Mouse March (From The Mickey Mouse Club)|
|Medley Four ("All Innocent Children Had Better Beware")|
|–||Feed The Birds (From Mary Poppins)|
|–||Whistle While You Work (From Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs)|
|–||I'm Wishing (From Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs)|
|–||Cruella De Ville (From 101 Dalmations)|
|–||Someday My Prince Will Come (From Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs)|
|Medley Five ("Technicolor Pachyderms")|
|–||Pink Elephants On Parade (From Dumbo)|
|–||Zip-A-Dee-Dah (From Song Of The South)|
|–||Second Star To The Right (From Peter Pan)|
|Pinocchio Medley ("Do You See The Noses Growing?")|
|–With And||Desolation Theme (From Pinocchio)|
|–With Special Guest||When You Wish Upon A Star (From Pinocchio)|
- Art Direction
- Art Direction
- Artwork [Cover Painting And Drawings]
- Engineer [Assistant, Bearsville]
- Engineer [Assistant, Electric Lady]
- Engineer [Assistant, R.p.m.]
- Edited one year agoI LOVE this album…. Many moods & vibes, sweet & dark … Great songs, great recording.
- Edited one year agoBTW this release is on two LP's rather than the original one! I haven't yet compared the tracks to see if the same songs are on both releases, but excepting possible cutting level, there is definitely no sonic compromise in the 1988 version.
- Edited one year agoI would strongly urge avoiding this release in favor of the original. "KB" & "GL" appear in the runout instead of the expected "RL", and the sound is flat and uninvolving. "RL" is of course Bob Ludwig, and the original release, which can be obtained for the same price, is highly preferable. No contest.
- I had the CD back in college in the late 80's. Absolutely love the interpretations. The vinyl is a little noisy in places, but the quality of the recording is good enough that I can really only tell in the quietest passages or in between songs.
- This is my own personal all time favorite album of Disney songs performed by Pop Artists. I can say with confidence that it is truly one of the best because I do have several, and this one does not have ordinary rock music or hard jazz or the same old pop sound of so many singers these days... Every performance on this CD is unique, and they are all expertly mixed into a fascinating and enjoyable listening experience.
- I expected this to be interesting as Hal Willner's all star concept albums seem to be but this is almost entirely filled with lame covers. Some seriously cringeworthy moments here - "ooh ooh ooh I wanna be like you" - it seems that Los Lobos don't even know the words to the song they are doing let alone they are delivering a seriously puerile version !?! Sun Ra's take on "Pink Elephants on Parade" is the shining star here and Tom Waits' "Heigh Ho" isn't too bad but other than these the album is pretty weak...
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