I grew up loving Disney, from princess stories to books on tape, to coloring books, to music. As a matter of fact, when I used to work at Taco Bell, I’d sing Disney princess songs to make the time go faster and entertain my coworkers. One of them gave me a cd of the songs as a gift, and I often played it on my way to and from work.
Fast forward to my first date (that I didn’t really call a date). Jason and I went to Sight and Sound in Lancaster, PA with a friend of mine from work. When we got in my car, I just happened to have that cd in. So, guess what we listened to the entire way to Lancaster? That’s right! Disney songs. Jason was so patient and even sang along with a few songs! Now, anytime I hear those songs, I think of that date and the fun we had together.
Speaking of Disney songs, did you know that they just released a new box set of cds?
The box set is currently available for pre-order on Amazon.com. It is also
available for purchase in the Disney parks.
• You can find them at Amazon here.
• The official release day is Tuesday, November 12, 2013. At that time, the box set will be available for purchase wherever music is sold.
• The suggested list price for the box set is $49.98. (Prices may vary
depending on retailer.)
• The box set includes 4 discs of 94 original recordings. A list of all songs
has been provided with these posting details.
§ Disney Modern Classics
§ Disney Theme Park Classics
§ Disney Timeless Classics
§ Disney Television Classics
Special bonus for box set purchasers: a new medley of Disney hits by
YouTube a capella sensations Peter Hollens and Alex G. Peter and Alex create fully orchestrated songs using only the sounds of their voices. With well over 100 million views on YouTube alone, their sensational approach has excited audiences all over the world. An accompanying music video is now on their respective YouTube Channels.
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