Disneyland Forever Annotated Track List
March 14, 2001
The Disneyland Forever kiosks received an unannounced Update last week.
Nine tracks, including all of the Disneyland Railroad recordings and two
Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln tracks, were deleted. In addition, the Main
Street and Tomorrowland kiosks were updated with the same track lists, making
them now identical. The following track list is accurate as of March 13,
2001. The recently deleted tracks are listed at the bottom.
by Jason Schultz, contributing writer
Main Street, U.S.A.
- Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln, Speech (3:40) Stereo (Voiced by: Royal
Dano): In 1984, Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln was updated to reflect
advances in technology in the twenty years since the show had debuted.
The original show began with a slideshow narrated by "Lincoln"
telling about his life, followed a lengthy speech by the Audio-
Animatronics figure. The show culminated with the song "Battle Hymn
of the Republic" playing as the sky behind the Lincoln figure transformed
into the American flag.
The 1984 revision changed the slideshow, instead telling of the American
Revolution and Civil War. It also added in a new song for the show --
"Two Brothers" (see below). The speech the AA figure gave was
shortened, and the song at the end was changed from "Battle Hymn
of the Republic" to "Golden Dream," a song penned for American
Adventure in Epcot at Walt Disney World. This track, which features Royal
Dano giving the performance of Abraham Lincoln, is the updated show with
"Golden Dream" underscore. The track ends abruptly with a quick
finale after Lincoln speaks his final words; however, it is possible to
reassemble the ending with the purchase of the "Great Moments with
Mr. Lincoln, Underscore and Golden Dream" Disneyland Forever track.
- Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln, Underscore and Golden Dream (3:00) Stereo:
"Golden Dream" is one of the aforementioned songs installed
in Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln during the 1984 reprogramming of the
show. In the attraction, the underscore starts midway through his speech
and builds until Lincoln finishes talking; a chorus then begins singing
- Main Street Area Music, Fortuosity (1:41) Mono: Song number 11 on the
Main Street music loop. This is another Sherman Brothers tune, written
for the 1967 Disney film musical, "The Happiest Millionaire."
- Main Street Area Music, Flitterin‰ (1:43) Mono: Song number 18 on the
Main Street music loop. The track is an instrumental of a song written
by Richard and Robert Sherman for the 1963 Disney film, "Summer Magic."
This song (and the other "Main Street Area Music" tracks on
Disneyland Forever) were installed in April 1992, reflecting a new loop
similar to the one assembled for Disneyland Paris.
- Main Entrance, 1956 Main Entrance Announcements (2:13): The title of
this Disneyland Forever selection pretty much says it all. It's interesting
to note how much the prices have risen over the years!
- Main Street, Parades, Closing, Tram Announcements (3:27) Mono: Miscellaneous
1980s announcements by Jack Wagner. Included are a escription of
the Main Street Electrical Parade, announcements for the Fantasy in the
Sky Fireworks, the Very Merry Christmas Parade, Disneyland's closing and
the parking lot tram.
- Main Street Atmosphere, Dentist's Office [4:15] Mono: This track is only
a small sampling of the hour-long loop that plays by Disney Clothiers.
The loop was originally recorded for Disneyland Paris (and still plays
there today); Imagineer Russell Brower - d the recording session for it.
- Main Street Area Music, I Could Love a Million Girls [2:10] Mono: Song
number 21 on the Main Street music loop. Another song written by the Shermans
for Disney's "Summer Magic."
- Main Street Area Music, Goodbye, My Coney Island Baby [1:59] Mono: Song
number 1 on the Main Street music loop. This is a public domain song,
originally written by Les Applegate.
- Main Entrance, Ticket Book Facts (1:49) Mono: These announcements date
from 1978, and are voiced by Jack "Voice of Disneyland" Wagner.
- Main Street Area Music, Let's Have a Drink On It [1:27] Mono: Song number
12 on the Main Street music loop. Written by Richard and Robert Sherman
for "The Happiest Millionaire."
- Main Street Area Music, Summer Magic [1:59] Mono: Song number 19 on the
Main Street music loop. Yet another Sherman Brothers song, penned (as
the title implies) for "Summer Magic."
- Main Street Area Music, Yankee Doodle Dandy [2:38] Mono: Song number
22 on the Main Street music loop.
- Market House, Party Line Telephone [3:14] Mono: The Disneyland Forever
track is only a small portion of the chitchat one could listen to were
they to actually pick up one of the telephones in the Market House shop.
This particular part of the phone loop is about a barn on fire. Sound
effects of a burning barn are present throughout.
- Wizard of Bras, Wizard of Bras [1:19] Mono: An announcement played in
the short-lived shop on Main Street in Disneyland's early years. Female
narration accompanied by a musical underscore.
- Mickey's Toontown, Sounds from Toontown [5:12] Stereo: This selection
is a composite of some of the many, many sound effects that play in Mickey's
Toontown; in fact, the track contains most of the sounds you hear in Toontown
without actually entering an attraction.
- Mickey's Toontown Area Music, Donald Duck Theme [1:26] Mono
- Mickey's Toontown Area Music, Goofy's Theme [1:04] Mono
- Mickey's Toontown Area Music, Little Toot [3:12] Mono
- Mickey's Toontown Area Music, Minnie's Yoo Hoo [1:29] Stereo
- Mickey's Toontown Area Music, Steamboat Willie [2:08] Stereo: The "Mickey's
Toontown Area Music" tracks also play at Walt Disney World in Mickey's
Toontown Fair in the Magic Kingdom.
- Adventure Thru Inner Space, Miracles from Molecules [3:34] Stereo: "Miracles
from Molecules" is one of the many tunes penned for Disneyland by
Richard and Robert Sherman. Adventure Thru Inner Space was a favorite
of many for its 18- year- long stay in Tomorrowland. This, the attraction's
theme song, played in the unload area while Guests were treated to displays
about Monsanto, the attraction's sponsor for many years. The track is
mostly vocals with musical accompaniment; an instrumental version can
be found listed with the "Space Mountain Concourse" Disneyland
- America Sings, Welcome and Introduction [2:05] Stereo
- America Sings, Old South [3:56] Stereo
- America Sings, Goin‰ West [3:55] Stereo
- America Sings, Gay ‰90s [3:56] Stereo
- America Sings, Modern Times [3:57] Stereo
- America Sings, Closing [3:15] Stereo
- Includes the unload music.
- Art Corner, Announcement [1:27] Mono: 1950s announcement advertising
having your portrait drawn in 7 minutes for a dollar and a half. "Mailing
tubes and complete framing facilities are also available here at the Art
- Carousel of Progress, Opening 1 of 5 [4:03] Stereo
- Carousel of Progress, Spring 2 of 5 [3:58] Stereo
- Carousel of Progress, Summer 3 of 5 [3:55] Stereo
- Carousel of Progress, Autumn 4 of 5 [4:00] Stereo
- Carousel of Progress, Christmas 5 of 5 [4:01] Stereo: With the exception
of "Opening 1 of 5," the Carousel of Progress full show tracks
are mostly mono; sound effects and other characters (mother, daughter,
etc.) are thrown into one of the channels to create a stereo effect. The
ending chorus of "Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow" on each track
is true stereo, as is the "Kaleidophonic Opening" music heard
in "Opening 1 of 5." In the World's Fair and Disneyland version
(sold here), Rex Allen plays the part of the father.
- Carousel of Progress, Dixieland Gramophone [1:47] Stereo: An instrumental
version of "Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow," heard during "Summer
3 of 5."
- Carousel of Progress, Radio and Record Player [1:12] Stereo: An instrumental
version of "Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow," heard during "Autumn
4 of 5."
- Carousel of Progress, Speed Ramp March [3:16] Stereo: Another instrumental
version of "Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow." This tune was played
after "Christmas 5 of 5," on the speedramps leading up to Progress
City on the second floor. The music would actually start before Guests
were able to get up out of their seats; it was intended to create anticipation
in Guests that they might be missing something!
- Carousel of Progress, Talking Machine Music [0:57] Stereo: Instrumental
of "Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow," heard during "Spring
2 of 5."
- Disneyland Monorail, Monorail Song [3:26] Mono: The "Monorail Song"
is a great tune penned by staff composer Buddy Baker in the 1950s. It
was initially used on the Disneyland television show, years before the
Monorail had been built at Disneyland. When the Monorail was on the TV
show, it was always accompanied by this song; hence the name, "Monorail
Song." The song was re-recorded in the early 1990s. That version
plays on the Space Mountain Concourse.
- Disneyland Monorail, Narration to Hotel [2:15] Mono: This Disneyland
Forever track dates from 1985 and Disneyland's 30th anniversary.
- House of the Future, Show Narration [4:28] Mono: The Monsanto House of
the Future was a fixture near Tomorrowland's entrance for 10 years, from
1957 to 1967. It's purpose was to show how plastics could be used in construction.
The Disneyland Forever track was somewhat of a description of what the
house was, played inside.
- Mission to Mars, Welcome Aboard [4:01] Mono
- Mission to Mars, In Flight [4:43] Mono
- Rocket to the Moon, Full Show Part 1 of 2 [4:28] Mono: This track begins
with excerpts from "Spaceport Sounds" and "Rocket Engine
Sound," other Disneyland Forever selections.
- Rocket to the Moon, Full Show Part 2 of 2 [6:20] Mono
- Rocket to the Moon, Rocket Engine Sound [3:45] Mono: Exactly what the
name suggests: 3 minutes and 45 seconds of a rocket engine sound, presumably
played in the Rocket to the Moon queue.
- Rocket to the Moon, Spaceport Sounds [3:21] Mono: Passenger and flight
- Space Mountain, Com Chat [4:02] Stereo: This selection is a portion of
the 7 minute loop that plays in the Space Mountain queue. Music is on
both channels; the com chat voices are exclusively on the right.
- Space Mountain Concourse, 20K Leagues Under the Sea [2:24] Stereo
- Space Mountain Concourse, Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow [2:25] Stereo
- Space Mountain Concourse, Miracles from Molecules [1:45] Stereo
- Space Mountain Concourse, Monorail Song [2:57] Stereo: When Walt Disney
Imagineering began in earnest to brainstorm how Tomorrowland could be
remodeled, one of the earliest ideas was a plan known as "Tomorrowland
2055." It would have been a sleek, Blade Runner- esque future that
would have featured lots of metallic colors, Alien Encounter where Mission
to Mars used to be, and a brand new theater show in the Carousel Theater.
Like in the Tomorrowland that was eventually opened in 1998, Tomorrowland
2055 also saw the return of the Moonliner. However, that was not the only
homage to the past that would have been part of TL2055. There was going
to be an area music loop featuring something like "Tomorrowland's
Greatest Hits:" Go Go Goodyear (Peoplemover platform), We are Here
to Change the World (Captain EO), Miracles from Molecules (Adventure Thru
Inner Space), etc.
The loop was recorded, but it was not used as area music for the new Tomorrowland.
Instead, it was installed in the Space Mountain restrooms (go figure...)
and up on the Space Mountain Concourse. Along with the songs paying homage
to past Tomorrowland attractions, there was new material (two TL2055 themes,
a TL2055 theme and fanfare, and a TL2055 fanfare), the Timekeeper theme,
and songs from the original Epcot entrance loop. These four Space Mountain
Concourse selections were recorded to be part of this loop. (20K Leagues
Under the Sea pays tribute to the 20K Leagues Under the Sea Exhibit that
was in the original Tomorrowland.)
- Submarine Voyage, Attraction Narration [8:25] Stereo: This track is the
most recent version of the Submarine Voyage narration (used until the
attraction closed in September 1998). The narrator is mostly on the left
channel, with sound effects and other crew members in the right channel.
- Tomorrowland, Safety Spiels [4:32] Mono: Sundry spiels from various Tomorrowland
attractions, including the Monorail, the Autopia, Space Mountain and the
Peoplemover. Some of the spiels are voiced by Jack Wagner.
- Viewliner, Boarding Announcements [2:23] Mono: This audio was played
at the Viewliner stations to describe what the Viewliner was and describe
what they would experience once they boarded the attraction.
- Alice in Wonderland, Golden Afternoon [2:55] Mono
- Alice in Wonderland, March of the Cards [2:21] Stereo
- Alice in Wonderland, ëTwas Brillig [1:28] Stereo
- Casey Jr. Circus Train, Narration -- Timothy Mouse [1:58] Mono: The Disneyland
Forever track does not contain the theme song, only the narration heard
onboard the attraction.
- Fantasyland, Safety Spiels [4:36] Mono: Much like the Tomorrowland Safety
Spiels track, with various warnings and announcements pertaining to Fantasyland
attractions. Many of the spiels are voiced by Jack Wagner. Attractions
represented include the Motor Boat Cruise, the Skyway, it's a small world
and the Matterhorn.
- Fantasyland Band Organ, Mickey and Friends [3:24] Mono: The "Fantasyland
Band Organ" is located behind Dumbo and provides the area music for
the Casey Jr. Circus Train, Dumbo the Flying Elephant and King Arthur
Carrousel. This particular selection is a medley.
- it's a small world, Area Music [1:53] Mono: This music plays from speakers
located around the exterior of the attraction. It's interesting to note
that this track is merely the underscore for "it's a small world"
-- there's no melody in it!
- it's a small world, Danish Drum and Bugle Corps [2:04] Stereo
- it's a small world, German Band [2:03] Stereo
- it's a small world, Scottish Bagpipes [1:14] Stereo
- it's a small world, Spanish Guitar [2:05] Stereo: When it's a small world
was being built for Disneyland Paris, the decision was made to rescore
the attraction's music. John Debney was brought in to rewrite the music.
The new recordings were then used at Disneyland. The above four tracks
are some of the music that was newly recorded for Disneyland Paris. The
original it's a small world tracks are still used at Walt Disney World
and Tokyo Disneyland.
- it's a small world, Small World Clock [2:20] Stereo: "Small World
Clock" consists of the clock chime and parade music that plays every
15 minutes from the clock tower.
- Matterhorn, Climbers Announcement [0:37] Mono: A pre-recorded spiel that
sounds like it was played long ago near the Matterhorn, announcing that
Hans and Otto areclimbing the mountain.
- Matterhorn, Sounds from the Mountain [1:37] Stereo: Miscellaneous sounds
one would hear on a ride through the Matterhorn, including the growl of
the Abominable Snowman, sounds of the ice cavern, and Jack Wagner's famous
"Remain seated please" spiel.
- Big Thunder Mountain, Safety Spiel [0:27]: Includes both the warning
spiel and the breakdown announcement, voiced by Dallas McKennon (who also
voiced the narration of Big Thunder Mountain's predecessor, Mine Train
Through Nature's Wonderland). The original warning spiel began, "Howdy
folks. Please keep your hands and arms..." A few years back, a small
child got his foot caught between a moving train and the station and the
spiel was changed in the hopes that people would be more cautious of their
feet: "Howdy folks, Please keep your hands, arms and legs..."
Supposedly, McKennon was flown out to record new spiel, but he
was so weak all they recorded him saying was "legs" and spliced
it in with the existing recording. The Disneyland Forever track is the
- Big Thunder Mountain, Townsfolk [1:48] Mono: This track is only a small
snippet of the 25 minutes or so of chatter / music that emanate from the
Saloon and Barbershop. The excerpt comes from the Barbershop.
- Big Thunder Mountain Background Music, A Cowboy Needs a Horse [1:28]
- Big Thunder Mountain Background Music, Apple Dumpling Gang (song) [1:13]
- Big Thunder Mountain Background Music, Buffalo Gals [1:00] Mono
- Big Thunder Mountain Background Music, Dry Gulch Cowboy [0:56] Mono
- Big Thunder Mountain Background Music, Old Betsy [1:26] Mono
- Big Thunder Mountain Background Music, Pecos Bill [1:12] Mono
- Big Thunder Mountain Background Music, Roamin‰ the Lawless West [1:38]
- Big Thunder Mountain Background Music, Rock Candy Mountain [2:01] Mono
- Big Thunder Mountain Background Music, Saloon Willy [0:58] Mono
- Big Thunder Mountain Background Music, Ti Yi Yo [1:42] Mono: The above
instrumentals play from the Big Thunder town above the queue. These also
play in the area of Big Thunder at Tokyo Disneyland and Disneyland Paris.
- Casa de Fritos, Frito Kid and Klondike [2:08] Stereo: One of the attractions
of the Casa de Fritos restaurant (1955-1982) was the Fritos vending machine
of sorts. Guests would insert a coin into the Frito Kid and he would then
holler to Klondike with a clever line like "Hey, Klondike, more Fritos
please!" Klondike would then reply and a bag of the corn chips would
be dispensed. This track has Frito Kid and Klondike split into two channels:
the Kid on the left and Klondike on the right.
- Golden Horseshoe, Show Announcement [0:48] Mono: An announcement for
the Golden Horseshoe Revue, probably played outside the theater or on
Main Street shortly before the show's start.
Mark Twain Riverboat, Show Narration [6:25] Mono: Narration is from 1988,
with a preview of Splash Mountain. River calls voiced by Thurl Ravenscroft.
- Nature's Wonderland, Show Narration [5:21] Mono: Dallas McKennon's narration
for the Mine Train. Does not include the "choral section" music
from the Rainbow Caverns.
- Sailing Ship Columbia, An American Frigate [2:08] Mono
- Sailing Ship Columbia, A Whale of a Tale [1:44] Mono
- Sailing Ship Columbia, Blow the Man Down [2:12] Mono
- Sailing Ship Columbia, Drunken Sailor [1:51] Mono
- Sailing Ship Columbia, Haul Boys Haul [2:05] Mono
- Sailing Ship Columbia, Oh Johnny Come to Hilo [2:30] Mono
- Sailing Ship Columbia, Show Narration [3:25] Mono
- Sailing Ship Columbia, Song of the Fishes [1:41] Mono: None of the above
tracks currently play on the Sailing Ship Columbia. Current songs (all
vocals): Blow the Man Down, Clear the Track (Let the Bulgine Run), One
More Day, Rolling Home and Song of the Fishes. The Disneyland Forever
instrumentals all play in the Disneyland Paris Pirates of the Caribbean
queue music loop.
New Orleans Square
- Club 33 Background Music, You Can Fly! [2:53] Mono
- Disney Gallery, I Wonder [1:51] Stereo
- Disney Gallery, I'm Late (Alice in Wonderland) [2:28] Stereo
- Disney Gallery, Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly) [2:17] Stereo
- Disney Gallery, Love is a Song [1:13] Stereo
- Disney Gallery, Once Upon a Dream [2:20] Stereo
- Disney Gallery, Part of Your World [4:04] Stereo
- Disney Gallery, Second Star to the Right [2:32] Stereo
- Disney Gallery, So This is Love [2:12] Stereo
- Disney Gallery, Spoonful of Sugar [1:47] Stereo
- Disney Gallery, Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah [1:57] Stereo: The above Disney Gallery
tracks are from a music first used in 1994. The loop was removed when
the Tomorrowland exhibit debuted in July 1997, but recently returned with
the opening of the exhibit dedicated to Herb Ryman.
- Haunted Mansion, Ballroom Organ [2:00] Mono: Two loops of the ballroom
organ, each a little less than a minute. The organ seen in the Haunted
Mansion's ballroom is the one used in Disney's "20,000 Leagues Under
the Sea." It appeared at Disneyland in the 20,000 Leagues Under the
Sea Exhibit in Tomorrowland.
- Haunted Mansion, Doom Buggy Boarding Music [1:59] Mono: Two loops of
the music, about a minute each.
- Haunted Mansion, Exit Crypt Music [1:59] Mono: Two loops of the exit
music (to the tune of "Grim Grinning Ghosts"). "Little
Leota's" narration is not present on the Disneyland Forever track.
- Haunted Mansion, Foyer Music [2:00] Mono: Two loops of the music, each
about a minute long.
- Haunted Mansion, Graveyard Music [1:47] Mono: A little less than two
full loops of the background music found in the graveyard scene.
- New Orleans Square Depot, Continental Code Message [1:35] Mono: This
audio plays across the tracks from the New Orleans Square / Frontierland
Railroad Station and taps out Walt's Opening Day dedication speech in
- New Orleans Square Windows, Old Lady and Tootie [1:00] Mono: In 1997,
an effort was made to revitalize the New Orleans Square area. One of the
results of this was 4 hour- long loops of audio that play from second-
story balconies. Those balconies are: Voodoo Balcony, Party Balcony, Bird
Lady Balcony and Musicians Balcony. This is a very short snippet from
the Bird Lady Balcony.
- Pirates of the Caribbean, Full Show 1 of 4 [4:56] Stereo: Includes the
bayou atmosphere, Oh Susanna, pirate skull warnings, "Dead Men Tell
No Tales," storm sounds, and party sounds.
- Pirates of the Caribbean, Full Show 2 of 4 [5:37] Stereo: Includes "Yo
Ho, -- Pirates Lair," cavern warnings, the fort battle, dunking the
mayor and the auction scene.
- Pirates of the Caribbean, Full Show 3 of 4 [4:39] Stereo: Includes the
pooped pirate (pre-1997 rehab), drunken pirates and cats, and the burning
city version of "Yo Ho, A Pirate's Life for Me."
- Pirates of the Caribbean, Full Show 4 of 4 [4:44] Stereo: Includes the
inmates trying to bait the dog, sounds of creaking timbers, another vocal
version of "Yo Ho," and ends with "Yo Ho -- End Overture."
- Pirates of the Caribbean, Old Susanna (Banjo) [1:26] Mono: Banjo music
heard in the bayou.
- Pirates of the Caribbean, Yo Ho -- End Overture [3:05] Mono: This track
is the music played while ascending the upramp at the end of the attraction.
It can also be heard once one has exited his or her boat and is walking
toward the exit of the building.
- Pirates of the Caribbean, Yo Ho -- Pirate's Lair [3:06] Mono: The "Pirate's
Lair" track is an ominous piece of music played once Guests have
descended into the caverns and are floating past the vast treasure rooms.
- Bear Country Entrance, Rufus the Snoring Bear [1:34] Mono: When Bear
Country opened in 1972, the area next to the Haunted Mansion was a large
grassy knoll. One of the gags put in by designers was that there was a
bear hibernating there; speakers hidden in the bushes played this track
of a "snoring bear." Rufus is also referenced over at the Country
Bear Playhouse (where he's chided for his laziness) and at Splash Mountain.
Initially, before the first drop was a sign for Rufus, with this audio
track playing in the background. Soon after the attraction opened, the
sign was changed to read "Brer Bear" to fit in better with Splash
- Critter Country Area Music, All I Want [2:14] Mono
- Critter Country rea Music, Carriage Ride [2:24] Mono
- Critter Country Area Music, How Do You Do [1:33] Mono
- Critter Country Area Music, Laughing Place Version 1 [1:28] Mono
- Critter Country Area Music, Laughing Place Version 2 [1:26] Mono
- Critter Country Area Music, Let the Rain Pour Down [2:49] Mono
- Critter Country Area Music, Song of the South [2:44] Mono
- Critter Country Area Music, Sooner or Later [2:03] Mono
- Critter Country Area Music, Uncle Remus Said [2:26] Mono
- Critter Country Area Music, Who Wants to Live [2:23] Mono
- Critter Country Area Music, Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah [3:57] Mono: The Critter
Country music loop is shorter than most other ones heard throughout the
Park; its complete running time is a little over half an hour. The only
song on the loop not sold on Disneyland Forever is a second version of
Zip- A- Dee-Doo- Dah (2:19 in length). The loop was recorded and installed
around the time of Splash Mountain's construction and opening.
- Adventureland Bazaar, Aladdin's Other Lamp [5:56] Mono: One of the additions
to the Adventureland Bazaar during the extensive Adventureland refurbishment
in 1994 was "Aladdin's Lamp," a coin- operated "lamp"
that dispenses wisdom to those who deposit money into it. Some of the
voice over work for this was done by former Imagineer Eddie Sotto.
- Enchanted Tiki Room, Barker Bird [4:31] Mono: The Enchanted Tiki Room
was the first Disneyland attraction to really make use of Audio- Animatronics
figures. As such, nobody knew what to expect in the attraction. A barker
bird was installed just outside the Tiki Room's turnstiles, at the entrance
to Adventureland. Like the MC of the show inside, the bird was named Jose
and voiced by Golden Horseshoe Revue star Wally Boag. The bird's spiel
offered a preview of what Guests would find inside. After the bird's popularity
wreaked havoc with the traffic flow in the area, it was removed.
- Enchanted Tiki Room, Tiki Garden [4:55] Mono: This is the audio for the
animated pre-show with the Tiki gods and goddesses outside the show building.
Thurl Ravenscroft's voice is particularly prominent as the voice of Tongoroa.
- Jungle Cruise, Jungle Sounds [1:39] Mono: This edited track is a mix
of some of the audio elements found throughout the Jungle Cruise. There
are 23 separate elements (mainly sound effects) used for the attraction.
- Jungle Cruise, Radio News [3:55] Mono: In 1994, in preparation for the
opening of the Indiana Jones Adventure, the Jungle Cruise was rethemed
to the 30s. One of the additions to the attraction was a new two-story
boathouse, with an appropriately themed boathouse. The loop consists of
about fifteen popular songs from the 30s, interrupted from time to time
by "Radio News" segments dealing with the Jungle Cruise and
neighboring Temple of the Forbidden Eye. The "Radio News" Disneyland
- South Seas Traders, Shrunken Head Ned [3:21] Mono: "Shrunken Head
Ned" is another coin- operated device in an Adventureland shop. The
spiels on this track are heard whenever money is dropped into the machine.
- Swiss Family Robinson, Christmas Medley [4:29] Mono: The "Christmas
Medley" is the music loop that was installed in the Swiss Family
Treehouse during the holidays, temporarily displacing the Swisskapolka.
- Swiss Family Robinson, Swisskapolka [1:53] Mono: Not much to be said
about this track. It's very familiar to anyone who has spent any amount
of time in Adventureland. When the Swiss Family Treehouse was replaced
by Tarzan's Treehouse in 1999, the song was not completely removed. It
now plays from a gramophone on the lower level of the tree.
- Disneyland Railroad, Arrival and Departure Depot Announcements (0:50)
Mono: These are the two announcements heard at Main Street Station announcing
the arrival and departure of the "Disneyland Limited." The announcements
were done by Jack ("The Voice of Disneyland") Wagner and date
from around 1992, indicated by the inclusion of a stop at Mickey's Toontown.
- Disneyland Railroad, Show Narration Part 1 (3:46) Mono
- Disneyland Railroad, Show Narration Part 2 (3:06) Mono: The above two
tracks are circa 1983, dated by the narration regarding a new Fantasyland,
which opened on May 25, 1983. Unfortunately, this is not the familiar
current narration provided by Thurl Ravenscroft (known to many as Tony
the Tiger, though his work can be found throughout Disneyland as well).
- Enchanted Tiki Room, Tiki Room War Chant [4:03] Stereo: The "Tiki
Room War Chat" track features flowers singing and the tikis doing
their chant. It ends at the thunderstorm.
- Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln, Opening (1:06) Stereo: This is the original
opening of Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln, as heard at the 1964 New York
World's Fair and at Disneyland until the show was refurbished in 1984.
It is voiced by Paul Frees (who also did the Adventure Thru Inner Space
and Haunted Mansion narrations). The Frees narration is on the left channel;
music on the right.
- Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln, Two Brothers (1:26) Stereo: The song
"Two Brothers" was originally used in America Adventure in Epcot
at Walt Disney World. When the Lincoln show was refurbished, "Two
Brothers" and another song from American Adventure ("Golden
Dream") were worked into the show. The version used in the Disney
Parks is sung by Colombian folksinger Alicia Almo. The song existed well
before it was used for American Adventure, however. It was written by
Irving Gordon (more famous for the "Whose on First" routine
he wrote for Abbott and Costello) and is also known as "One Wore
Blue and One Wore Gray."
- Main Entrance, Passport Announcements (2:18) Mono: More Jack Wagner announcements.
These were used throughout the 1990s, until the Victorian ticket booths
were removed in 1999 because of new ticket booths under construction for
Disney's California Adventure. The announcements include the normal passport
announcement, rainy day announcement and the exit announcement.
- Main Street, Early Morning Announcements (1:08) Mono: Announcement played
in Town Square on Main Street (probably in the late 1960s) describing
Town Square attractions and Main Street services.
- Main Street Station, Ticket Announcement [2:07] Mono: Announcements voiced
by Jack Wagner that played back in the days of ticket books. Despite the
track name, announcements are also included for Frontierland and Tomorrowland
- Mission to Mars, Mission Control [5:49] Stereo: The "Mission Control"
track contains pre-recorded narration from a hostess, spaceport sounds
and the pre-show with the Audio- Animatronics figure Mr. Johnson.
Main Street, U.S.A.
New Orleans Square
Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix is the super-shopper behind MouseShoppe, your personal and unofficial shopping service for the Disneyland Resort, and the owner of CharmingShoppe, a Disney collectibles store located in Anaheim.
In addition to scouring the park to find you the latest and greatest merchandise, she keeps you updated on all of the merchandise events happening in the parks.
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