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Category Archives: Music
There are rare moments in human history when you must pause and marvel at the amazing things humanity can create. For many Disney Fans, the ideals, dreams, and hard facts behind EPCOT Center represents the peak, the pinnacle, dare we … Continue reading
Update: Amazon has a sale on MP3 ($4.99) or CD ($6.99). Thank you to many readers for pointing this out. The Muppets original soundtrack finally went on sale today from Walt Disney Records. It’s available on CD and iTunes for only … Continue reading
I’m a big fan of Susan Egan’s work for Disney. In 1995, I saw her at the Shubert Theater in LA as Belle. I loved the voice work she did for Miyazaki’s films (Lin in Spirited Away was great), and, … Continue reading
Brian Wilson has turned his amazing talents to the music of Disney in his next CD album. This marks Wilson’s second projects for Disney’s Pearl Records label. The project has been in the works since 2009 and includes covers of … Continue reading