Lady and the Tramp tracklisting: Disc 1 1. What a Day! Home Sweet Home [The Melomen] The Pound Score [Oliver Wallace] What Is a Baby [Teri York] 5.
La La Lu [Teri York] 6. Bella Notte [Bob Grabeau] 8. He's a Tramp [Teri York] 9. Peace on Earth [Teri York]. Has there been any noticeable improvement in sound quality good or bad with these? Might be interested in double dipping on some of them if they sounded much better than the previous releases.
But for me, the better extras were released years ago on other special editions. Not seeing anything that new and ground breaking on these second discs in each release, and I'm a huge Disney fan.
Find More Posts by hdnmickey. Find More Posts by DaveWadding. Michael Corvin. I had no idea they were doing these. The artwork is fantastic. However I have pretty much all of these and rarely listen to any of them. I doubt I'll double dip on any. Find More Posts by Michael Corvin. Ash Ketchum. Received 44 Likes on 33 Posts. I never heard of any of these. I might have if there were still any record stores with soundtrack sections I could browse. I wouldn't know how to even know about releases like these any other way.
I just stumbled across this thread. What is the "documentary content" described in the OP? I didn't see anything in the track lists that would qualify. Might there be audio interviews with the composers, singers, etc.? Find More Posts by Ash Ketchum. Originally Posted by Ash Ketchum. Toy Story is streeting July 10th tracklisting: Disc One 1. Opening Instrumental 2. Instrumental 5. Code Red Instrumental 9. Presents: Who Invited That Kid?
Instrumental Surprise Present Instrumental Buzz Revealed Instrumental Buzz Flies Instrumental Strange Things Randy Newman Sid Instrumental Topics: vaporwave, vaporwave music, quadratox, music, flac, webrip. No barcode Tracklist: 1. Pop Muzik - -M- 3. Brass in Pocket - The Pretenders 4. One Step Beyond - Madness 5. Tainted Love - Soft Cell 6. People Are People - Depeche Mode This Charming Man - The Smiths She Sells Sanctuary - The Cult Alex Chilton - The Replacements Topic: Compilation Source: CD.
Tracklist: 1. QUEEN 7. Because The Night - Patti Smith 3. Anarchy In The U. I Wanna Be Sedated - Ramones 5. Hickory Wind - Gram Parsons 8. Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd 9. Theme From "Shaft" - Isaac Hayes Source: CD. Walk This way 3. Iron Man 4. If You Need Me 5. Billie Jean 7. Sweet nothin's 8. Free Bird 9. Personality Crisis Bohemian Rhapsody Walk On The Wild Side Night Moves Because The Night Reeling In The Years La Bamba Source: CD.
No Barcode Tracklist: 1. Syd Nathan Speech - Sid Nathan 7. Good Rockin' Tonight - Wynonie Harris 8. Sixty Minute Man - The Dominoes 9. The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers. Yo, Ho! A Pirate's Life For Me. Grim Grinning Ghosts. Part of Your World. Be Our Guest. A Whole New World. They Live in You. Colors of the Wind. Watermelon Man. Herbie Hancock.
However, Disney was still unhappy with the character of Pinocchio and halted production until a solution could be found. The degree of humanity in the living puppet had yet to be determined and fine-tuned. In early April , however, scenes featuring other characters had been written and were being animated. Though Fred Moore had attempted to design Pinocchio in a more appealing way, it was Milt Kahl who was responsible for the character's redesign.
Kahl approached the character as though he was an ordinary boy, rather than a wooden puppet; the joints and nails could simply be drawn in afterward. At the request of Hamilton Luske, Kahl illustrated his ideas by animating the scene in which Pinocchio dives into the sea in search of Monstro. The little wooden boy became less mischievous and more passive, wandering innocently into the hostile world that awaited him.
Though Disney himself found this to be an excellent idea, giving the go-ahead for the opening scene's animation to be continued in September, some were unsure, including Wilfred Jackson, who would later admit that the change removed 'the guts of the whole story', as a more human Pinocchio in his puppet form made his transformation into a real boy less gratifying.
The Disney Studio debated about including a winter scene or a full-fledged scene featuring Christmas in the animated feature Pinocchio From a January 6, story meeting, Walt Disney said, "That's the trouble — the exhibitors will class it as a Christmas picture and only run it at Christmas time. Well, Heidi had Christmas in it — they had quite a sequence there of Christmas It doesn't matter, we were just trying to get something pictorial in here.
Albert Hurter working on the design of Pinocchio in As with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs , Albert Hurter designed the characters, objects and locations featured in Pinocchio , and was responsible for the overall styling of the film. Hurter's influence are particularly apparent in the scenes in Gepetto's Workshop , in which nearly every object is designed to resemble a face or creature of some sort; every object in the workshop was designed by Hurter, then realized as a three-dimensional often working model.
However, the inspirational sketch artist whose style is perhaps most prevalent in the final film was Gustaf Tenggren , who had already made his name as an illustrator before joining the studio in Tenggren reinforced the influence of European Illustration on the film having worked as successor to John Bauer for the magazine Bland Tomar och Troll ; he also kept files and cuttings on favourite American painters such as Thomas Hart Benton, Grant Wood, and Edward Hopper and shots from Hollywood films.
Gustaf Tenggren 's inspirational sketch of an aerial view of the village demonstrates the influence of American painters and Hollywood films of the time.
These influences can be seen in Tenggren's inspirational sketches for the film, in which composition is made dynamic by a 'fish-eye lens' effect, depth is emphasized by exaggeration of perspective, and figures and buildings are characterized by sharpened, immaculate edges. During his time at the studio, Tenggren did not socialize with the other artists and animators, who felt that the talented artist was too proud to want to compromise on the styling of the film.
Tenggren left the studio a year before the film's release and, controversially, received no credit for the film; despite this, he is generally considered with the possible exception of Mary Blair to be the most influential artist on the visual style of Disney's films.
During production on Snow White , several crude models - including armatures for the dwarfs and a plastic Snow White head - had been constructed as reference for the animators. Grant's more detailed plastic model of the Witch did not go unnoticed by Walt Disney , who, when passing him in a studio hallway one day, asked him to "set up a little department": a "think tank" which would be responsible for the design and construction of models for use by the animators and their assistants.
Interestingly, Disney did not include Cottrell in his proposal; it is thought that separating the team of Grant and Cottrell was intended as a reassertion of Disney's power.
Most artists would produce sketches and model sheets. At Disney's suggestion,eventually three-dimensional models were constructed. Charles Christadoro , Ted Kline, Lorna Soderstrom, and Duke Russell were responsible for sculpting the clay models; these models were then fired in a kiln in Grant's own backyard, and painted by women from the Ink and Paint Department, including Helen Nervobig. Models were constructed of every character, including Pinocchio as a marionette, as well as Stromboli's Caravan , The Coachman's Stagecoach, and all of Gepetto's Toys and Clocks.
Many model sheets were also produced with designs for the fish Pinocchio encounters in the sea. The artists of the Character Model Department were also responsible for developing ideas, and were heavily involved with the story development of Pinocchio and many of the segments in Fantasia. Next to Disney himself, Grant was the most powerful man in the studio during production on Pinocchio and Fantasia ; he was increasingly relied on to make creative decisions and was determined to "appeal to Walt to stimulate him and to raise himself in his esteem.
The animators did not regard the Character Model Department fondly, often angry both at Walt's increased attention paid to it and what they believed to be very little effort put in on the part of the artists, "who could sit and whistle and make a pretty thing without much effort".Aug 14, · 6. Give A Little Whistle Performed by Cliff Edwards and Dickie Jones 7. Old Geppetto 8. Off to School 9. Hi-Diddle-Dee-Dee (An Actor’s Life for Me) Performed by Walter Catlett So Sorry I’ve Got No Strings Performed by Dickie Jones Sinister Stromboli Sad Reunion Lesson in Lies Turn on the Old Music Box Coach to.