Filed under: Disney, Music | Tags: Disney Soundtrack Rare, johnny lloyd rollins, Moving, Tumblr
If you are looking for more Disney Soundtracks, music updates, or are just a Johnny Lloyd Rollins stalker………
(ALL SOUNDTRACK DOWNLOADS HAVE MOVED TO NEW BLOG… ALL STREAMING SONGS HERE HAVE BEEN REMOVED)
Filed under: 1, America, Disney, Music, soundtrack | Tags: Alvin, Disney, Music, Rare, soundtracks
Merry Christmas everyone! Here is some winter fun!
I got tired of the typical “hey.. lets put on the Peanuts Christmas Soundtrack and be like Wes Anderson” type posts. So instead, here are 3 songs from the classic Disney short, Once Upon A Wintertime. As an added bonus I am also putting up Christmas with the Chipmunks. I know it’s not Disney, but hey.. I am in the giving mood :)
Once Upon A Wintertime
The Chipmunk Song
Filed under: Disney, Music | Tags: Disney, Donald Duck, Halloween, Haunted Mansion, Music, Rare, soundtrack, Trick Or Treat
HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYBODY!
Trick Or Treat
Filed under: America, Disney, Music | Tags: Disney, Music, Rare, Song Of The South, soundtrack
Round in these here parts of Texas, a good ol’ bootleg DVD of Disney’s Song Of The South is pretty easy to find (if you knows where to look). I actually stumbled upon a man who had a whole trade booth dedicated to just this movie! If you are a Southy nut like I am, head on over to this site for everything SOTS.
I really wanted to put this soundtrack out there for FREE, since nobody else will. As Uncle Remus always said “bootleggins should nun cost you more den ya boots, nor ya leggins!”
Once again there are 11 tracks in a Zip file. All tracks are AIFF. I left off two instrumentals “Ginny and Johnny” and “Uncle Remus Leaves”. All other songs are included. I even did a special edit of “All I Want” removing all the talking that was over the song. Enjoy!
Sooner Or Later
All I Want
Filed under: Disney, Music | Tags: Disney, Halloween, Ichabod Crane, Legend Of Sleepy Hollow, Music, Rare, Three Caballeros
The working title for Three Caballeros had to be “HORNY BIRDS HOT FOR LATINA TAIL”. This whole movie is girl chasing fiesta madness….which basically makes it the greatest Donald Duck movie of all time!
Starting with this post, I am going to be doing a weekly series on unreleased, rare Disney music. It will consist of songs that are not available anywhere. I have found a few on vinyl, but they are usually remakes for story readers and not the original recordings from the films. Since the vinyl quality is pretty poor, I decided to get these songs right off the movies themselves.
This is my own personal way of giving the stiff middle finger to the Disney corporation for screwing us out of the greatest music ever. So many people love these songs, and it’s a shame that they will probably never be released. For some reason, Michael Eisner seems to think that we only want to buy new crappy Disney music by Elton John or Phil Collins. No thanks Michael… I’ll pass.
In making these albums, I did leave out a lot of instrumental music. I stuck mainly to the essential songs. The soundtrack to Three Caballeros sounds like a long lost Desi Arnaz record. And just for you halloweiners out there… I decided to throw in the Legend Of Sleepy Hollow. Bing Crosby’s crooner vocals will leave you smiling for sure. Feel free to send me some thank you candies for this.
(The links to the downloads are Zip files. The songs themselves are AIFF audio files. Three Caballeros Zip has 12 tracks, Sleepy Hollow has 3 tracks.)
Tale Of The Headless Horseman
Os Quindins De Yaya
If I had to chop off my manhood and become any female singer for a day, I think it would have to be either Julie Andrews or Karen Carpenter. They easily have the cleanest and the purest vocals of anyone in the music biz. I have never heard any woman out-sing these two. They are the kind of singers that can lay it down in one take.. and if they have to do another take, they make the speakers go out of phase cus their vocals are pretty much perfect every time. There ain’t no computers fixing bad notes here, baby! What I also love about each of them is not only are they GREAT singers, but they are so unique that you can instantly recognize them as soon as they hit their first notes.
I decided to put on here my all-time favorite Julie Andrews song “Feed The Birds” from Marry Poppins. What I love about this tune is not only her voice, but the actual song construction itself. It starts out minor, but somehow has a light quality to it with Julie singing. When it finally reaches the chorus the whole song drops down a key and goes major! Normally a song going from minor to major would go UP a key giving it lift and becoming “happy”. This does the opposite but still retains the same effect. The other song I put on is the Carpenters “For All We Know”. Karen has a very “alto” voice and her range dips into almost male tenor from time to time. She can still sing quite high, but she never really needs to. Karen was known to be overly perfectionist about how she sounded, and that suits me just fine.
Feed The BirdsFor All We Know
You may remember Roger Miller from the hit “King Of The Road”. I remember him as the voice of a rooster in Disney’s “Robin Hood”.This dude is my hero. Seriously.
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