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Category Archives: Videopolis
Every one can always use a wish come true in their life. That’s part of the magic of being a Disney fan. Well Dan Wright is a Disney fan and he decided to make true his own wish, a one … Continue reading
It’s Sunday Videopolis time. As you’re reading this I’m probably on Castaway Cay somewhere, so I wanted to leave you feeling a little of the tropical relaxation. What says tropical relaxation better than a Ukelele? Okay, that’s a stretch, but … Continue reading
If there is one thing to say about Elton John’s music for The Lion King, it’s that it holds up well. Here is a pretty decent piano version ordered with extra flourishes from Robert Peeters. The perfect videopolis for a … Continue reading
I don’t know what it is, but the sound of the Ukulele is perfectly suited to Ma Belle Evangeline from The Princess and the Frog. Originally written by Randy Newman and performed in the movie by Jim Cummings as “Ray” … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I’ve done a videopolis and I apologize. To make it up to you here’s a simply fantastic a capella multitrack take on the Dumbo favorite “When I See An Elephant Fly” recorded by the talented … Continue reading