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In The Key Of Disney [Amazon.com Exclusive Version]

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The album that marries the vision of two men who shaped the image of modern California - Brian Wilson & Walt Disney. In this release, Brian re-imagines classics from the span of the Disney Music catalogue, from "Heigh-Ho" and "Whistle While You Work" from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to "We Belong Together" from Toy Story 3.

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. You've Got a Friend in Me
  2. The Bare Necessities
  3. Baby Mine
  4. Kiss the Girl
  5. Colors of the Wind
  6. Can You Feel the Love Tonight?
  7. We Belong Together
  8. I Just Can't Wait to Be King
  9. Stay Awake
  10. Heigh - Ho
  11. When You Wish Upon a Star
  12. A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes - Brian Wilson [Amazon.com Exclusive]


Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 24, 2011)
  • Amazon Exclusive Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Disney
  • ASIN: B005LZWGGA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #128,322 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on October 25, 2011
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Okay...this is simple enough: if you are fans of Disney music and the Beach Boys, you will highly likely really enjoy this album. I know I did! Brian Wilson scores with this one - delivering classic Disney tunes with a definitive Beach Boys sound. Each track is unique and highly enjoyable. "Kiss the Girl" has an especially good Beach Boys flavor to it. Highly recommended!
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Where do you even begin..... Musical Genius Brian Wilson has hit all the right notes once again with a fantastic covers album of Classic Disney Music. It doesn't get much better then this.

Throughout the album he covers songs featured in movies like: Toy Story, Jungle Book, Pocahontas, The Lion King, Dumbo, Mary Poppins, Pinocchio & even Cinderella. The list of songs he could've done can be endless with Disney's 80 year catalogue, but I find Brian chose a good batch of songs. Being an old school Disney fan, I would've enjoyed MORE songs and more of the older stuff, but listening to the previews and listening to the album at work before release, I grew to really appreciate the album for what it was. 10 stars I'd give it. Anything Brian touches turns to the sound of Gold. This should be a highlight album of the year for any music collectors.

Now for us audiophiles, this album NEEDS to be pressed in a LTD Edition Vinyl just like the Gershwin Album was. I ended up buying that one on CD and 3x on Vinyl. Thats a fantastic album. Brian just knows how to get the musical point thru to any generation.

This album is WORTH picking up. Do yourselves a favour and DO IT!!!!!
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(this review was written just days after the album came out, but I forgot to submit it)

The much anticipated second album in the Brian Wilson-Disney collaboration was set to be Wilson's cover versions of classic Disney soundtrack songs. Just as the brilliant first album, "Brian Wilson Reimagines Gershwin", proves that the legendary pop/rock composer/producer can further his formidable solo career working with the music of the only other popular American composer of the 20th century in his class, so "In The Key Of Disney" proves that he can adapt his Beach Boys-style arrangements to other styles of movie music as well. The music of Brian Wilson and The Beach Boys is no stranger to film soundtracks, and here he offers a collection which, although short, features many highlights.

Top of the list has to be the album's closer, "When You Wish Upon A Star", from 1942's Pinocchio. By all accounts it was this tune (probably the Little Anthony & The Imperials cover) that inspired Brian's first songwriting effort - "Surfer Girl" - and his vocal arrangement is reminiscent of the work he did with Dick Reynolds (of Four Freshmen fame) on the classic Beach Boys' Christmas Album. Likewise, "Baby Mine" from Dumbo is precious. Wilson's whimsical touches from his SMiLE days and at the height of his previous band's popularity are evident on the reggae medley of "Heigh-Ho/Whistle While You Work" from Snow White. A real surprise is his cover of Elton John's "Can You Feel The Love Tonight?" from The Lion King. Surprising because it's one of the few covers of an Elton song that is far better than the original.
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Beautiful cd that Brian has recorded for his children. I am going to buy a lot of copies of this for my kids and grand kids. I'm a school teacher and I'm alway looking for great music to play for my class. Love Colors of The Wind, Baby Mine, well just all of them. Good for Brian for finally doing what he wants. He's proven all he needs to prove, now he's having fun and making us SMiLE.
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This is a disappointment coming on the heels of Brian's brilliant Gershwin set. My main problem is with the song selection. Too many of the songs are relatively current and overly familiar (did we really need yet another version of "Can You Feel The Love Tonight"?); others are simply not very strong songs when removed from the context of the films in which they served to advance the plot ("I Just Can't Wait To Be King"). I would loved to have seen the inclusion of such beautiful and lesser-known songs as "Love Is A Song," "I Bring You A Song" or "The Second Star From The Right," not to mention "Zip-A Dee-Doo-Dah"! The best tracks include "Kiss The Girl" and "Stay Awake." Arrangements are neither as lush nor as strong as those on the Gershwin set. I'm thankful that Brian is still out there producing good work and if you're a fan you'll buy this CD anyway!
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I collect Brian Wilson and the Beach Boys music. If you are interested in this CD, I would suggest getting it from Amazon because you get an extra song on it than if you were to buy it from a store. I wish record companies didn't do this because a couple of times I have bought a CD then found out I could have bought a CD with an extra song on it somewhere else. So, I buy the CD again to get the extra song. I don't understand why Brian made this CD. Having someone like him do Disney songs seems like he just wanted to make some money. It was recorded very well, but again, it's just Disney music. It's not that the music is bad, it's actually good, but it isn't the music I would expect Brian Wilson to record.
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