After trying to cover such topics as Sounds Dangerous and the film Gus – our hosts bring back a very popular segment to the show as they will once again play Make Mine Music. This time they will count down their favorite Disney film songs that never made it to the silver screen. If you want to be surprised when listening to the countdown, stop reading these show notes now as links below are provided to where you can purchase the songs in this episode.
They also share some park audio recorded at Walt Disney World, make a call to Mortis over at the Main Street Cinema and share some listener feedback.
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Tracey’s Top Five
5. Alternate version of Every Little Piece written for Pete’s Dragon – Available as a bonus feature on the Pete’s Dragon High Flying Edition DVD and Blu-Ray.
4. Call Me a Princess cut from Aladdin – Available on the Howard Sings Ashman album.
3. Beyond the Laughing Sky cut from Alice in Wonderland. This song is not commercially available. You can watch it on YouTube.
2. Morning Report cut from The Lion King. Available on the The Lion King: Special Edition soundtrack.
1. Human Again cut from Beauty and the Beast. Available on the Disney’s Beauty and the Beast: The Broadway Musical (Original Broadway Cast Recording).
a) Land of Sand cut from Mary Poppins – Available on the Mary Poppins 2 Disc Special Edition soundtrack.
b) Cheerio, Goodbye, Toodle-oo, Hip Hip cut from 101 Dalmatians – Available as a bonus feature on the 101 Dalmatians (Two-Disc Platinum Edition) DVD.
Scott’s Top Five
5. I Can’t Believe My Heart cut from Hercules – Available on the Susan Egan solo album entitled Coffee House.
4. Why Me? cut from Aladdin – Available as a bonus feature on the Aladdin (Two-Disc Platinum Edition) DVD.
3. I’m Odd cut from Alice in Wonderland – Available as a bonus feature on the Alice in Wonderland (Two-Disc Special Un-Anniversary Edition) DVD.
2. Never Smile at a Crocodile – cut from Peter Pan. The version played on the show is not available, but you can watch it on YouTube.
1. This Only Happens in the Movies – written for Who Discovered Roger Rabbit, a film that was never made. Available on the Kerry Butler album Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust.
a) Be Prepared (Reprise) – cut from The Lion King – Watch on YouTube.
b) The Chimpanzoo – Cut from Mary Poppins – Watch on YouTube.
The Disney Song Encyclopedia
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