Disney, Indiana – Episode 136 – Make Mine Music: The Lighter Side of the 1990’s

In today’s episode, one of the more popular segments of the Disney, Indiana podcast returns as Tracey and Scott play Make Mine Music by counting down their favorite Disney songs from the 1990s.

Our hosts found this to be a daunting task at first as there is so much good music associated with Disney from this time frame, so they limited the scope a little. They decided to only look at lighter songs this time around – they’ll do another 1990s countdown with the more serious and love songs at a future date.

Along with the Make Mine Music segment, they also share a bit of audio they recorded at Walt Disney World – from an attraction that opened in the 1990s.

All this, plus a call to the Main Street Cinema and some listener feedback.

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If you wish to learn what songs our hosts picked for this episode’s Make Mine Music before listening to the podcast, you can expand the links below. You’ll also find links to purchase the songs there as well.

  • Tracey's Top 5
    1. Rhapsody in Blue by George Gershwin – featured on the Fantasia 2000: An Original Walt Disney Records Soundtrack.

    2. Strange Things by Randy Newman – featured on the Toy Story Soundtrack.

    3. Prince Ali – sung by Robin Williams, written by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman – featured on the Aladdin Soundtrack.

    4. I Just Can’t Wait to Be King – Performed by Jason Weaver, Rowan Atkinson and Laura Williams, Written by Tim Rice and Elton John – featured on the Lion King Soundtrack.

    5. Zero to Hero – Performed by Tawatha Agee, Lillias White, LaChanze, Roz Ryan, Cheryl Freeman, and Vanéese Y. Thomas and Written by Alan Menken and David Zippel – featured on the Hercules Soundtrack.

  • Scott's Top 5
    1. I Want to Drive the Zamboni by the Gear Daddies – featured on the D2: The Mighty Ducks and Mystery, Alaska (out of print) Soundtracks.

    2. The Theme to Darkwing Duck – written by Steve Nelson and Thom Sharp (not currently in print).

    3. You’ve Got a Friend in Me (Wheezy’s Version) – sung by Robert Goulet and written by Randy Newman – featured on the Toy Story 2 Soundtrack.

    4. Me – Performed by Burke Moses and Susan Egan and written by Alan Menken and Tim Rice – Featured on the Beauty and the Beast Original Broadway Cast Recording.

    5. Fantasmic! with a score by Bruce Healy. On the show a live version was played. The studio version can be found here.

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