A voyage aboard the animated vinyl seas with Sinbad, Salty the parrot sidekick, a pirate or two and an H-B story and layout artist who also has an acting role.
Category Archives: ANIMATION SPIN
“Mickey and the Beanstalk” inspired two different recordings, as well as an unprecedented hit radio show tie-in upon which Walt himself was the guest star.
This is, in a way, the record that Jiminy Cricket rolled out of its album and played when he appeared in the first half of Disney’s 1947 “package feature.”
Generally noted because of the singing voice of “Charlie’s Angel” Cheryl Ladd, this well-produced ’70’s cartoon pop LP shines with top talent and appealing tunes.
The first Rankin/Bass cel-animated theatrical feature was a showcase for Paul Coker’s designs and the music of a veteran Disney Theme Park musical director.
The grand finale to last week’s list of top ten greatest cartoon records is — forgive the unabashed subjectivity —the best record album in any genre.