Decades before the big-screen Aladdin and Tangled, there were six different Disneyland LP adaptations of these stories, some with ties to Willy Wonka, Doctor Who and The Incredibles.
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The shortest, least pretentious Disney animated feature was adapted into simple, straightforward Storyteller albums—but who does the voice of Timothy Mouse on them?
After over 60 years on records, cassettes and now downloads, the Pinocchio Storyteller album has managed to retain Cliff Edwards’ original 1957 narration as Jiminy Cricket.
The venerable theme song from the fondly-remembered Disney Christmas episode made its way to several recordings in two different versions during two different Disney record eras.
The innovations of the pioneering Disney Music Group composer/conductor, who would have been 105 this Friday May 11th, still influence every groove, disc and download.
The 1973 two-record set that helped celebrate “50 Happy Years” of The Walt Disney Company also turned to be a tribute to Disney’s in-house record company.
Imagine there’s no Mickey, imagine there’s no Scrooge – at least on this record – and you have the original Disneyland LP released before Alan Young made history.
This week, we remember the late animator/writer/Imagineer X Atencio with a look at his cover art for Disneyland Records – along with a few stories behind the grooves.
In Part Two, we look at how Bambi benefitted from the late ‘70s renaissance of the Disneyland Records label and the optomistic dawn of the compact disc era.