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Mouse Lounge Supplemental: Spaceship Earth Preview (December 9, 2007)
Season Two kicks off with a preview of the all new Spaceship Earth from Epcot.

It took three days and nearly six hours of diligent waiting during Mousefest for this recording to become a reality.  From my point of view Disney brass has made it very clear to cast members that they are not to divulge any details as to when the attraction will preview or for how long.  In truth, they may not know!  This evening (Sunday) the attraction walls were well staffed with low level CMs answering the incessant question.

VIPs clearly are being allowed privileged sneak peeks and guests are being brought in on a pacify the masses basis. 

The attraction is not yet finished.  Perhaps Disney is relying upon the feedback from podcasts such as this to learn which direction to take in order to put the finishing touches on the work.  As focus groups and preview audiences are the norm in motion pictures it would make sense that the Mouse would like to know what you think of the current incarnation of this work in progress.

Log onto the DPN Forums and let your opinion be heard!
Direct download: Epcot_-_Futureworld_-_Spaceship_Earth.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:28pm PST

Mouse Lounge Supplemental: The Mouse Lounge 4th of July Special! (((HEADPHONES STRONGLY RECOMMENDED)))


This week, the Mouse Lounge celebrated Independence Day with this very special supplemental: The Mouse Lounge Fourth of July Special!


Featured in this show is the unique American experience from Epcot’s World Showcase American Pavilion.


First, enjoy the patriotic rhythms and melodies of the Fife and Drum Corp. We follow the corp as they exit and into the rotunda where we hear a full set of the beautiful harmonies from the Voices of Liberty. After their breath catching rendition of the Star Spangled Banner, we move upstairs and take in The American Adventure.


As if that weren’t enough, the rousing applause dovetails into a very special American Trilogy performed by one of America’s best loved singers.


Be sure to stay tuned all the way to the end of this stirring performance for a spectacular finale!


Enjoy!


Gary Chambers
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Direct download: ml_sup_2007_07_04.mp3
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Mouse Lounge -- Epsiode 028 -- July 4, 2007 (((HEADPHONES STRONGLY RECOMMENDED)))


This week, the Mouse Lounge discovers the magic that lives down the rabbit hole and through the looking glass. Also on the show, a full docket of Disney News from our departments Entertainment, Theme Parks East, Theme Parks West, and Business.


Each week, in From the Vault we sample a clip from a classic Disney film, short, television or radio program, or Disneyland Record: This week, from 1950s an Hour in Wonderland we head over to the Disney Studios with Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy, and Mortimer Snerd and have a visit with Walt, Kathy Beaumont, Bobby Driscoll, and the Magic Mirror, played by the brilliant Hans Conried. This special unites for the first time the three leads from Peter Pan, released three years later.


Each week we present a high definition ride-through from a Disney Park East and a Disney Park West. This week in Disney Parks West, we present our featured attraction, Alice in Wonderland


From the Disney Family Museum; learn about the magic of Walts original Fantasyland.


From Disney Parks East we head over to the Magic Kingdom during the Pirates and Princess Party and take in the Magic, Music and Mayhem fireworks spectacular.


Each week we feature a unique take on Disney music. On this podcast, take in the history then enjoy the music from Disneylands, Believe…Theres Magic in the Stars


Enjoy!


Gary Chambers
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Direct download: ml_ep_28_2007_06_30.mp3
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Mouse Lounge Supplemental: The Mouse Lounge Remixed! -- June 21, 2007 In this episode of the Mouse Lounge Podcast, enjoy Mouse Lounge remixes of popular Disney attractions and films.
Direct download: mouse_lounge_remixed.mp3
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Mouse Lounge -- Epsiode 027 -- June 17, 2007 (((HEADPHONES STRONGLY RECOMMENDED)))


This week, the Mouse Lounge goes Under the Sea. Also on the show, a full docket of Disney News from our departments Entertainment, Theme Parks East, Theme Parks West, and Business.


Each week, in From the Vault we sample a clip from a classic Disney film, short, television or radio program, or Disneyland Record: This week we listen to a terrific Pepsodent Radio Theater episode from 1938 featuring Walt Disney, Clarence Ducky Nash, Pinto Colvig, reprising his role of Bashful from Snow White, and Florence Gil as Clara Cluck.


Each week we present a high definition ride-through from a Disney Park East and a Disney Park West. This week in Disney Parks West, we present our featured attraction, Pinocchio.


From the Disney Family Museum; learn about the making of 20,000 Leagues under the Sea.


From Disney Parks East, a Walt Disney World double feature. From the Theater in the Wild in Animal Kingdom, enjoy Finding Nemo: The Musical. Then take in its all-too-brief but ever-so-fun sequel with The Seas with Nemo and Friends.


The final mix really took me by surprise, so be sure to listen all the way to the end.


Enjoy!


Gary Chambers
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Direct download: ml_ep_27_2007_06_17.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:43am PST

Mouse Lounge -- Epsiode 026 -- June 3, 2007 (((HEADPHONES STRONGLY RECOMMENDED)))


This week, the Mouse Lounge goes to Adventureland! Also on the show, a full docket of Disney News from our departments Entertainment, Theme Parks East, Theme Parks West, and Business.


Each week, in From the Vault we sample a clip from a classic Disney film, short, television or radio program, or Disneyland Record: This week we listen to a very faithful audio rendition of the probably NOT so faithful Disney animated film version of Kenneth Graham's, The Wind and the Willows. The recording features most of the original cast including the wonderfully ‘fruity’, Eric Blore as eccentric Mr. Toad and J. Pat O' Malley as Cyril the horse. This album was produced in 1949 on Capitol Records. Be sure to check this week’s show notes for more details and images of the set.


Each week we present a high definition ride-through from a Disney Park East and a Disney Park West. This week in Disney Parks West, we present our featured attraction, Tarzan’s Treehouse


From the Disney Family Museum; learn about the evolution of Adventureland from those who had a hand in creating it.


From Disney Parks East, we head over to The Land Pavilion in Epcot and take flight on Soarin’. This is a unique Mouse Lounge mix of ambient audio and the studio soundtrack and should be a lot of fun.


Each week we feature a unique take on Disney music. On this podcast, from ‘Walt Disney Takes You to Disneyland’ enjoy the fantastic Adventureland selection, composed and conducted by the great, Tutti Camarata.


Enjoy!


Gary Chambers
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Direct download: ml_ep_26_2007_06_03.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:36pm PST

Mouse Lounge -- Epsiode 025 -- May 16, 2007 Mouselounge Podcast Show #025 – May 16th, 2007


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This week, the Mouse Lounge meanders (with apologies to Jeff From Houston) down Main Street USA! Also on the show, a full docket of Disney News from our departments Entertainment, Theme Parks East, Theme Parks West, and Business.


Each week, in From the Vault we sample a clip from a classic Disney film, short, television or radio program, or Disneyland Record: This week in keeping with the theme of the show, from 1941 we listen to a classic Mickey Mouse short, The Nifty Nineties!


Each week we present a high definition ride-through from a Disney Park East and a Disney Park West. This week in Disney Parks West, we present our featured attraction, Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln. This is the classic version of the show with the original Paul Frees narration.


From the Disney Family Museum; discover what went into the making of Main Street, USA.


From Disney Parks East, we head over to the Magic Kingdom and take in The Toontown Tuners and The Hook and Ladder Company performing live where else, on Main Street!


Each week we feature a unique take on Disney music. On this podcast, enjoy a look into the making of the music from The Main Street Electrical Parade. Included are interviews with Baroque Hoedown composers, Jean-Jacque Perrey and Gershon Kingsley, synthesizer designer, Robert Moog, Yes keyboardist, Rick Wakeman, show producer, Don Dorsey, and much more. For the shows finale, dont miss the Mouse Lounge Main Street Electrical Parade Mega Mix, followed immediately by, Tokyo Disneylands MSEP, Dreamlights!


Enjoy!


Gary Chambers
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Direct download: ml_ep_25_2007_05_16.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:34am PST

Mouse Lounge -- Epsiode 024 -- April 20, 2007 (((HEADPHONES STRONGLY RECOMMENDED))) RATED PG FOR MILD ADULT LANGUAGE


This week in the Mouse Lounge: A full docket of Disney News from our departments Entertainment (including a GREAT guest correspondent!), Theme Parks East, Theme Parks West, and Business.


Each week in From the Vault we sample a clip from a classic Disney film, short, television or radio program, or Disneyland Record. Walt may not have been an auto aficionado; practical transportation (with the notable exception of a backyard train) was his moteris operandi. He did realize however that car junkies and other addled nitwits that occupy the road make for some great comedic and educational material.


From 1950, we take in the entirety of Motor Mania. Now like several weeks ago with the short, Reason and Emotion this cartoon got the Ludwig von Drake treatment for the Wonderful World of Color anthology series. The difference however, is that the former was a wartime cartoon, and was edited for content when it was presented to television audiences. Motor Mania on the other hand is plain old Goofy silliness and the narration remains intact. That said, the delivery of the narration is much funnier with Ludwig, so that version is featured on the podcast.


Next up you'll hear a segment from the classic 1970 Dad, Can I Borrow the Car? If you’re at a computer, log into the multimedia section of mouselounge.com where I have posted the script from this sequence and screen captures as well. Plus, without cheating (Google or Wiki, etc.), see if you can pick out who's narrating the short and who's voice is in the training film sequence. If you do get it, it'll be just barely.


Each week we present a high definition ride-through from a Disney Park East and a Disney Park West. This week in Disney Parks West, we present our featured attraction; Autopia. (Just kidding!) Actually, what better way to exemplify a road trip than with one of the first loonies on the road, Mr. Toad on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride.


From the Disney Family Museum; Since The Walt Disney Company has recently reacquired the rights to Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and announced a December release of Oswald shorts on Wave VII of the Walt Disney Treasures series, hear in Walt's own words how he lost the character and what happened to him.


From Disney Parks East, we head over to Epcot and Futureworld and take a wild ride of our own, on Test Track.


Each week we feature a unique take on Disney music. On this podcast, enjoy a special Mouse Lounge Mix from the movies, with fantastic references to cars and their drivers. This is a real hoot!


Enjoy!


Gary Chambers
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Direct download: ml_ep_24_2007_04_20.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:45pm PST

Mouse Lounge -- Epsiode 023 -- March 19, 2007 (((HEADPHONES STRONGLY RECOMMENDED)))


This week in the Mouse Lounge: A full docket of Disney News from our departments Entertainment, Theme Parks East, Theme Parks West, and Business


Each week in From the Vault we sample a clip from a classic Disney film, short, television or radio program, or Disneyland Record. It has long been thought that the Mickey Mouse Club lead-ins recorded in 1955 were the last time Walt ever voiced the famous mouse. With a recent discovery in the Disney Archive, that is no longer true. Presented in 1962 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, Walt filmed a special Cinemascope presentation of, Disneyland USA, interacting with a costumed Mickey Mouse performing live on the stage. The voice of Mickey is irrefutably Walt.


Each week we present a high definition ride-through from a Disney Park East and a Disney Park West. This week in Disney Parks West, we present our featured attraction; Pirates of the Caribbean recorded in January 2007. From the sounds of bayou water lapping up against the side of the boat, to the rattling percussion of cannon fire; don your headphones and do not miss this exceptional ride-through.


From the Disney Family Museum; Listen to Walt as he talks about his relationship with the new medium of television and how that leads to the beginnings of Disneyland. Then hear Diane Disney Miller as describes to Leonard Maltin those days when she was very young and she and her sister Sharon used to spend Saturday afternoons with their famous father at the then new Disney Studios in Burbank.


From Disney Parks East, we head over to the Magic Kingdoms Liberty Square, just in front of the docked Liberty Belle at the Pirates and Princess Party and take in a set of the Riverboat Roulettes. They wrote the third song in the set, Jolly Roger, which was re-tooled and used on the pirate hijacked Liberty Belle throughout the party.


Each week we feature a unique take on Disney music. On this podcast, enjoy the Dixieland sounds of New Orleans, Disney-style as we take in a set of the Firehouse Five Plus two, traversing thirteen years. One number is from their 1949 debut album, The Firehouse Five Plus Two Story, while the other two songs in the set are from Live from the Golden Horseshoe in Disneyland, circa 1962.


Enjoy!


Gary Chambers
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Direct download: Mouse_Lounge_--_Episode_023_--_2007_03_19.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:25pm PST

Mouse Lounge Supplemental: An Evening in World Showcase (((HEADPHONES STRONGLY RECOMMENDED)))


I consider this show supplemental because it doesn't even remotely resemble the Mouse Lounge format.


In this departure, we take a clockwise musical tour of most countries in World Showcase, sampling live music from each. I have selected what I consider to be the best from each set recorded last week.


Mexico: Mariachi Cobre All the musicians in this group are outstanding vocalists. The soloists in this number are fantastic examples.


Norway: Spellmans Gledge While the audience wasnt exactly enthusiastic, there is no shortage of musicianship in this group. The double-bass player was using a decrepit old thing that sounded wonderful!


China: Si Xian Anne plays a modern 21-string floor standing harp. About the size of a pedal steel guitar with both nylon and steel strings, this instrument sings in her capable hands.


Germany: Oktoberfest Musikanten What can I say...Uber Oom-pa-pa!


America: The Voices of Liberty Among the finest a capella groups I have yet heard, under the dome they sound absolutely spectacular!


Japan: Matsuriza Taiko drumming that takes your breath away. See this fine group live whenever possible.


Morocco: Mo Rockin Ethnic Moroccin rhythms fused with jazz and rock to create a sound that is utterly unique. This track features an absolutely incredible electric bass solo. The lead vocals are a bit hot (saturated) in this recording but the instrumentals more than make up for the technical shortfall. Listen for a foreshadowing to the next group, which is...


United Kingdom: British Invasion Pure unadulterated kitsch, but great musicianship and loads of fun.


Canada: Off Kilter The band was completely ON this night, and they closed out their set with a wicked jig.


World Showcase Lagoon: Illuminations I wasn't happy with the raw, live Illuminations: Reflections of Earth audio. So, what you'll hear is a synchronized mix of live and on board (pre-recorded) audio to get the best of both!


Five For Fighting: World A fitting tribute to World Showcase and a fine conclusion to the show.


Enjoy!!


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Direct download: an_evening_in_world_showcase.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:17am PST

Mouse Lounge -- Epsiode 022 -- February 18, 2007 (((HEADPHONES STRONGLY RECOMMENDED)))


This week in the Mouse Lounge: A full docket of Disney News from our departments Entertainment, Theme Parks East, Theme Parks West, and Business.


Each week, in From the Vault we sample a clip from a classic Disney film, short, television or radio program, or Disneyland Record.


From Disneylands opening day, July 17th, 1955 join hosts Ronald Regan and Walt Disney as they welcome you to Frontierland. Art Linkletter then introduces Fess Parker and Buddy Ebson who sing about Davy Crocketts trusty gun, Ol Betsy. From Disneyland circa 1959 on the border of Tomorrowland and Fantasyland we listen to the Matterhorn Mountain Hoedown.


From Melody Time we hear the legend of the rootinest tootinest cowboy in the West! Nope, its not Woody; back in 1948, it was Pecos Bill. Not to be outdone, Riders in the Sky pay homage to Woody and his crew; from Toy Story 2, enjoy Woodys Roundup Medley.


Each week we present a high definition ride-through from a Disney Park East and a Disney Park West. This week in Disney Parks West, we take a trip into the past aboard the Mine Train through Natures Wonderland.


From the Disney Family Museum; Walts imagination takes his dreams to unprecedented heights. Some realized, others mired in bureaucracy...but all leading to one last glorious project.


Each week we feature a unique take on Disney music. On this podcast: My choice of music that best embodies the spirit of Frontierland, Aaron Coplands instantly recognizable, Rodeo: Hoedown!


Enjoy!


Gary Chambers
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Mouse Lounge -- Epsiode 021 -- February 02, 2007 (((HEADPHONES STRONGLY RECOMMENDED)))


This week in the Mouse Lounge: A full docket of Disney News from our departments Entertainment, Theme Parks East, Theme Parks West, News from the Ships, and Business


Each week, in From the Vault we sample a clip from a classic Disney film, short, television or radio program, or Disneyland Record. This week we present what we call, Swing Disney; several shorts culled from the forties that have a beat you can dance to! We start out with, All the Cats Join In, then Benny Goodmans After Youve Gone, both from Make Mine Music. Then from Melody Time the Andrews Sisters sing about Little Toot and then we join Donald and Joe Carioca and that wacky Araquan as they Blame it on the Samba.


This week in Disney Parks West, we slide all the way to the back of the park on a dead night in Toontown and experience, Roger Rabbits Cartoon Spin. The queue (not the queue line!) was almost empty so listen carefully for the story setup as we wander through.


From the Disney Family Museum; With Disneyland now running smoothly, Walt sought new challenges and found it when Pamela Travers finally agreed to let Walt film her classic tale of Mary Poppins.


From Disney Parks East, we take a classic adventure aboard, The Jungle Cruise. With a hysterically pithy skipper on board, this trip around the rivers of the world is a real hoot! Listen carefully for a simultaneous homage to Paul Barrie and a cough drop.


Each week we feature a unique take on Disney music. On this podcast: We take a musical journey traversing the world. From EPCOTs ground breaking parade that ran during the millennium celebration, we are reminded that America is among, a Tapestry of Nations.


Enjoy!


Gary Chambers
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Mouse Lounge -- Epsiode 020 -- January 14, 2007 (((HEADPHONES STRONGLY RECOMMENDED)))


This week in the Mouse Lounge: A full docket of Disney News from our departments Entertainment, Theme Parks East, Theme Parks West, News from the Ships, and Business


Each week, in From the Vault we sample a clip from a classic Disney film, short, television or radio program, or Disneyland Record. This week we feature from Disneys American Legends, the story of John Henry introduced by James Earl Jones and Narrated by Alfre Woodard.


Each week we present a high definition ride-through from a Disney Park East and a Disney Park West. I do capture most live audio myself, but will give proper credit when its due. This week in Disney Parks West, we take journey through Americas musical past and take in the now Yesterland attraction, America Sings!


From the Disney Family Museum; tap into the well that was Walt and politics. While he still considered his studio a fraternity, Unionization was on the rise in Hollywood and the Disney studio wasnt immune. Nor was it spared the effects of the growing conflict in Europe which would soon hit very, very close to home.


From Disney Parks East, we cross the lagoon in Epcot and disembark in the America Pavilion where we hear the Fife and Drum Corp march into the square. We then go inside the Rotunda and hear the Voices of Liberty perform a rousing rendition of The Star Spangled Banner. Lastly we climb the stars and enter the theater to listen to, The American Adventure.


Enjoy!


Gary Chambers
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Mouse Lounge -- Epsiode 019 -- January 7, 2007 (((HEADPHONES STRONGLY RECOMMENDED)))


This week in the Mouse Lounge: A full docket of Disney News from our departments Entertainment, Theme Parks East, Theme Parks West, News from the Ships, and Business.


Each week, in From the Vault we sample a clip from a classic Disney film, short, television or radio program, or Disneyland Record. This week we feature a new segment, Revisionist Disney.


Fans of the show, The Wonderful World of Color may remember a classic cartoon within a 1962 episode called, Ducking Disaster with Donald Duck. The show featured Ludwig von Drake illustrating what can happen when you let emotion run away with your common sense.


What fans of the series may not know is this segment is derived from a 1943 Academy Award nominated short short called Reason and Emotion. Back during WWII this cartoon had a completely different connotation, as emotion was largely thought to be the lynch pin through which Hitler could wield his evil influence.


Join us in the Mouse Lounge as we compare the similarities and differences in the 1943 versus the 1962 audio tracks. I think youll then understand why this segment is called, Revisionist Disney. Logon to http://www.mouselounge.com/multimedia.html to follow along with the script.


Each week we present a high definition ride-through from a Disney Park East and a Disney Park West. I do capture most live audio myself, but will give proper credit when its due. This week in Disney Parks West, we go to Disneys California Adventure and take in the High School Musical Pep Rally.


From the Disney Family Museum, sit in on a conversation between Leonard Maltin and Diane Disney-Miller, Walts oldest daughter and learn about the future of the Disney Family Museum in San Francisco.


From Disney Parks East: Since closed for an extensive refurb, we head over to World Showcase in Epcot and take a ride on the one attraction whose viral soundtrack just might be more annoying than its a small world, El Rio del Tiempo.


Each week we feature a unique take on Disney music. On this podcast, take a ride on the Old Mark Twain for a second helping of Satchmo goodness from a 1962 episode of the Wonderful World of Color, Disneyland After Dark.


Enjoy!


Gary Chambers
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Direct download: Mouse_Lounge_--_Episode_019_--_2007_01_07.mp3
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Mouse Lounge -- Epsiode 018 -- December 31, 2006 (((HEADPHONES STRONGLY RECOMMENDED)))


This week in the Mouse Lounge: Our annual Holiday Show, featuring Holiday wishes from your favorite Disney Podcasters. Also a very full docket of Disney News from our departments Entertainment, Theme Parks East, Theme Parks West, and Business.


Each week, in From the Vault we sample a clip from a classic Disney film, short, television or radio program, or Disneyland Record. This week from 1934 join Walt and the Fab Five for a special Christmas Stocking.


Each week we present a high definition ride-through from a Disney Park East and a Disney Park West. I do capture most live audio myself, but will give proper credit when its due. This week in Disney Parks West, we stroll down Main Street and in front of the Emporium catch the Dapper Dans singing and tapping The Sidewalks of New York. Down a bit further in front of the Market House we come upon the Trash Can Trio!


From the Disney Family Museum learn about the infamous, Black Sunday.


From Disney Parks East, we head over to Animal Kingdom and enjoy the Festival of the Lion King.


Each week we feature a unique take on Disney music. On this podcast, take a trip to where New Orleans meets Disney and hear ‘ol Satchel Mouth himself singin’ and blowin When You Wish Upon a Star. This is the most recorded song in history, but only Pops can play like this.


Enjoy!


Gary Chambers
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