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Walt Disney at Disneyland in the 1950s.


Disneyland Records (continued)


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Webmaster's Notes:  With Disneyland Records, those indicated with ST before the catalog number usually indicate MONO recordings while those which start with STER before the catalog number indicate STEREO.
Also, Disneyland Records' catalog numbers do not follow in order with chronological years.  This material is presented in chronological order, regardless of catalog number used.



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All the songs from Walt Disney's DUMBO (Music from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), Disneyland Records #DQ-1204 / 1204 (1959).[LP]


Tracklist:

A1.1

Main Title - Instrumental

A1.2

Look Out For Mr. Stork - Chorus & Orchestra

A2.1

Casey JR. - Chorus & Orchestra

A2.2

Song Of The Roustabouts - Chorus & Orchestra

A2.3

It's Circus Day Again - Instrumental

A3.1

Dumbo Theme - Instrumental

A3.2

Baby Mine - Vocal And Orchestra

B1

Pink Elephants On Parade - Chorus & Orchestra

B2.1

Dumbo And Timothy - Instrumental

B2.2

Pyramid Of Elephants - Instrumental

B2.3

Dumbo Disgraced - Instrumental

B3.1

When I See An Elephant Fly - Crow Quintet & Orch.

B3.2

Dumbo's Triumph - Instrumental

B3.3

Finale - Instrumental


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[1963 & 1968 Mono LPs]


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All the Songs from Walt Disney's UNCLE REMUS (Music From the Original Sound Track of "Song of the South"), Disneyland Records #DQ-1205 / 1205 (1959).[LP]
All the Songs from Walt Disney's UNCLE REMUS (Music From the Original Sound Track of "Song of the South"), Disneyland Records #DQ-1205 / 1205 (1963).[LP]
All the Songs from Walt Disney's UNCLE REMUS (Music From the Original Sound Track of "Song of the South"), Disneyland Records #1205 (1968).[LP]

Tracklist:

Studio Choir –    Song Of The South       
Unknown Artist –    Uncle Remus Said       
James Baskett –    Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah       
James Baskett –    Who Wants To Live Like That       
James Baskett & Johnny Lee Wills –    How Do You Do       
Hattie McDaniel –    Sooner Or Later       
Johnny Lee Wills & Nicodemus Stewart –    Everybody Has A Laughing Place       
Unknown Artist –    All I Want       
Unknown Artist –    Finale

Scored by Daniele Amfitheatrof & Paul J. Smith.
Vocal arrangements by Ken Darby.
Orchestra under the direction of D. Ampitheatrof and Paul J. Smith.



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Camarata Chorus and Orchestra, "All The Songs From Walt Disney's Alice in Wonderland", Disneyland Records #DQ 1208 (1959).[LP]

Tracklist:

1    Hilliard-Fain –     Alice In Wonderland       
2    Hilliard-Fain –     In A World Of My Own       
3    Hilliard-Fain –     I'm Late       
4    Hilliard-Fain –     The Caucus Race       
5    Wallace-Cohen –     How D'YE Do And Shake Hands       
6    Hilliard-Fain –     The Walrus And The Carpenter       
7    Hilliard-Fain –     All In The Golden Afternoon       
8    Hilliard-Fain –     Alice In Wonderland       
9    Raye-de Paul –     T'was Brillig       
10    Hilliard-Fain –     Very Good Advice       
11    David-Hoffman-Livingston –     Unbirthday Song       
12    Fain –     March Of The Cards


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[Mono LP]

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"Walt Disney's Story Of The Absent-Minded Professor", Disneyland Records #ST-1911 (1961).[LP]

Narrated by Sterling Holloway.

"The Absent Minded Professor March" and "The Flubber Song" composed by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman.  Sung by Fred MacMurray.


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