The last Pooh featurette to be released during Disneyland Records’ original vinyl era was also the only one to feature Paul Winchell as Tigger—and win a Grammy.
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Mel Blanc would be 110 on Wednesday, so here’s a “Spin” focusing on a little-discussed member of his “stable” who he performed longer on records than in films.
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.
Be with us this time for: “If the people who did these voices watched the cartoon before making the record, I’m Lorna Doone” or… “Puss Gets the Bootleg!”
Four months before the release of Alice in Wonderland, bandleader Fred Waring introduced the songs with a TV “mini-musical” and a Decca Records “cast” album.
Since the maladjusted mallard was mere albumen and yolk and 81 years ago today, we salute some of his records in a post that’s surely worth more than a million box.
A look at the soundtrack for a feature about a mischievous monkey monarch that may not be as notable for how well it succeeded as much as for what it influenced.
The release of the first two-channel stereo sound track for an animated feature was presented with almost as much fanfare as the birth of Princess Aurora herself.