Audioland track of the Month
Title: America Sings! (Full attraction soundtrack)
Source: CD purchase (Extinct Attractions)
Notes: Keeping in tune with the patriotic theme of the month, I’m pleased to offer this excellent recording of the now defunct America Sings! This one-of-a-kind show took guests on a musical tour of all the great music that made America what it is today. America Sings! ran from 1974 to 1988 and featured some of the best animitronics and visuals ever seen at the park. Definitely a highlight of Tomorrowland, I really hope you enjoy this special track. It even features a short narrative of the attraction by Jack Wagner himself. America Sings, we salute you!
Some people trade pins, this is what I do. I created Audioland in order to feature Disneyland music and related audio that I have collected over the past five years. The audio in this collection is made up of tracks downloaded from the Internet, purchased from various vendors as well as recordings I have produced myself. I’m currently in the process of developing a complete database of all of my audio tracks. Once the database is complete (or near complete), I’ll make it available for those of you interested in browsing through my collection and perhaps trading for tracks I may not currently have. For now, I’ll feature a new track from my collection every month for your listening pleasure…
I’m also including an audio “wish-list” that contain tracks that I currently do not have, but would love to add to my collection. If you have access to such tracks or know how I can obtain them, please e-mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Audio Wish-list (3/12/09)
- Disneyland Railroad- Attraction audio that featured narration by Thurl Ravenscroft (circa 2001)
- Mark Twain Riverboat- Attraction audio that featured narration by “Mark Twain” (circa 2004)
Note: I’m only intrested in obtaining recordings that are of good audio quality. Tracks with distorted audio, bad editing, or were obviously recorded with lots of background noise are common on the Internet. I’ve done my best to exclude these types of recordings from my collection.