Make Mine Music…Before there was MouseWorld!

One of my first Disney collectibles was The Official Album of Disneyland and Walt Disney World that was released in 1991. 28 tracks of theme park goodness that was released on cassette and CD–before MouseWorld, streaming audio and podcasts–it was one of the few resources for theme park music. In the mid-1990’s, Disney created several Wonderland Music Kiosks at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. During their heyday, you could get almost every musical track ever produced for the theme parks and music from TV shows and films.

The track listing:

1. Main Street Electrical Parade
2. Yo Ho (A Pirate’s Life for Me)
3. Droid Rooms
4. Tiki, Tiki, Tiki Room
5. Minnie’s Yoo Hoo!
6. Maple Leaf Rag
7. Great Outdoors
8. Mickey Mouse March
9. It’s a Small World
10. Grim Grinning Ghosts
11. Swanee River
12. Ev’rybody Has a Laughing Place
13. Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
14. Magic Journeys
15. British Grenadiers
16. When You Wish upon a Star
17. Tomorrow’s Child
18. Energy (You Make the World Go ‘Round)
19. Canada (You’re a Lifetime Journey)
20. Universe of Energy
21. Listen to the Land
22. One Little Spark
23. It’s Fun to Be Free
24. New Horizons
25. Space
26. Makin’ Memories
27. Kitchen Kabaret Medley: Boogie Woogie Baker Boy/Meat Ditties/Veggie Veggie Fruit Fruit
28. Golden Dream

Which song are you humming right now?

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7 thoughts on “Make Mine Music…Before there was MouseWorld!

  1. I wish they’d bring those kiosks back!! I would love to buy some of the rarer music tracks…

    This CD is the very first one I ever bought with park music on it and led to my obsession with collecting Disney theme park music. Thanks for the memories!

  2. Unfortunatly I only have the cassette. My first Disney album I ever purchased was the Epcot Center record. I loved that. Of course my parents purchased the Haunted Mansion album, probably in the late 70s, with Ron Howard. Little did they know that would have a huge impact on turning me into a Disney geek. Love the site, keep up the great work.

  3. You’re conflating two different systems. Disneyland Forever debuted at Disneyland in 1998 and Walt Disney World in 1999. These offered theme park music (but hardly practically every track ever used in the parks!). After they shut down, the kiosks sat empty for a while before Wonderland Music debuted, selling remastered albums. I happen to know for a fact that one (and only one) complete Disneyland Forever system still exists!

  4. This album is very high on my list. I wish I had bought it when I first saw it at the store, but picked up a copy years later after borrowing a cassette from a friend. This is one of the albums that really got me into park music.

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