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P.B.Y
01-07-2015, 08:37 AM
hi iam looking for obscure classic (not modern) disney soundtracks bc some of the really obscure songs aren't on ANY disney compilation albums which sucks! i want to know where online or on ffshrine i can find them thanks in advance!

EDIT: mods please move this to the requests forum!

James (The Disney Guy)
01-07-2015, 09:08 AM
Like??

P.B.Y
01-07-2015, 09:15 AM
im specifically talking about toad the song i really like (on our way to nowhere) isn't on any disney compilation which really sucks lol

James (The Disney Guy)
01-07-2015, 09:19 AM
The Merrily Song (Nowhere In Particular)
The Wind in The Willows (Adventure If Ichabod & Mr Toad)
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P.B.Y
01-07-2015, 09:25 AM
i hope disney puts it on one of there compilation albums i mean there's other obscure songs on it so y not toad? in fact disney should do an entire compilation album of obscure songs including obscure songs from popular movies do u agree?

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YES U FOUND IT! THANK U SO MUCH!

James (The Disney Guy)
01-07-2015, 09:32 AM
I Don't Really Know. If There Is A Song I Want that Is Not AVailable The I Rip A Dvd Ect. If Its On A Cd Then Good.

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YES U FOUND IT! THANK U SO MUCH!
Your Welcome

James P.Sullivan
01-07-2015, 01:40 PM
Good idea for a thread. Does anybody know of any of the score to Disney's Robin Hood? From Wikipeadia:

Soundtrack
"Whistle-Stop" written and sung by Roger Miller.
"Oo De Lally" written and sung by Roger Miller.
"Love" written by Floyd Huddleston and George Bruns and sung by Nancy Adams.
"The Phony King of England" written by Johnny Mercer and sung by Phil Harris.
"The Phony King of England Reprise" sung by Terry-Thomas and Pat Buttram.
"Not In Nottingham" written and sung by Roger Miller.
"Love/Oo-De-Lally Reprise" sung by Chorus.
The music played in the background while Lady Kluck fights off Prince John's soldiers in an American football manner, following the archery tournament, is an arrangement of "Fight On" and "On, Wisconsin", the respective fight songs of the University of Southern California and the University of Wisconsin.

Although a full soundtrack to Robin Hood has never been released on compact disc in the US, a record of the film was made at the time of the film's release in 1973, which included the film's songs, score, narration, and dialogue. Both "Oo De Lally" and "Love" appear on the CD collection, Classic Disney: 60 Years of Musical Magic.

The song "Love" was also featured in the 2009 film adaptation of Fantastic Mr. Fox.

The song "Whistle-Stop" was used in the Super Bowl XLVIII commercial for T-Mobile.

James (The Disney Guy)
01-07-2015, 02:16 PM
Thats A Request I Can't Fufill I Have Literally Only Got The Story And Song LP & 40 Track Bootleg (With Slight FX)

James P.Sullivan
01-07-2015, 02:21 PM
Thats A Request I Can't Fufill I Have Literally Only Got The Story And Song LP & 40 Track Bootleg (With Slight FX)

Don't worry about it, you've been more than helpful before. ;)

How bad is the bootleg?

James (The Disney Guy)
01-07-2015, 02:39 PM
It Is Muffled But Listenable

James P.Sullivan
01-07-2015, 02:42 PM
It Is Muffled But Listenable

Is there any dialogue?

James (The Disney Guy)
01-07-2015, 02:44 PM
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Audio codec: MP3
Quality: 192 kbs
Playtime: 51:04

1. George Bruns / Roger Miller - Overture / Whistle Stop (Performed by Roger Miller) (3:24)
2. Roger Miller - Oo-de-lally (Performed by Roger Miller) (1:50)
3. Roger Miller - Oo-de-lally (Album Version) (Performed by Roger Miller) (1:00)
4. George Bruns - Prince John Arrives (0:38)
5. George Bruns - Mother (0:30)
6. George Bruns - Sir Hiss (0:06)
7. George Bruns - Robin and Little John in Disguise (0:30)
8. George Bruns - Fortunetelling (0:56)
9. George Bruns - Stealing from the Rich (1:36)
10. George Bruns - Sheriff of Nothingham (1:35)
11. George Bruns - Happy Birthday (2:24)
12. George Bruns - Right in Prince John's Back Yard (0:50)
13. George Bruns - Lady Marian (0:50)
14. George Bruns - The Duel (1:48)
15. George Bruns - Remember (1:04)
16. George Bruns - Maid Marian (1:04)
17. George Bruns - The Kiss (0:23)
18. George Bruns - The Tournament Parade (1:49)
19. George Bruns - Love's First Sight (0:29)
20. George Bruns - Fooling the Sheriff (0:36)
21. George Bruns - Duke of Chutney (0:46)
22. George Bruns - The Archers (0:54)
23. George Bruns - Hoping for a Kiss (0:15)
24. George Bruns - The Tournament (1:22)
25. George Bruns - The Winner / Robin Hood Captured (1:37)
26. George Bruns - Escape (3:01)
27. George Bruns - Hiss Unplugged (0:15)
28. Floyd Huddleston and George Bruns - Love (Performed by Nancy Adams) (1:42)
29. Johnny Mercer - The Phoney King of England (Performed by Phil Harris) (2:41)
30. Roger Miller - Not in Nottingham (Performed by Roger Miller) (1:05)
31. George Bruns - Friar Tuck Imprisonned (1:02)
32. George Bruns - Setting up the Gallows (1:50)
33. George Bruns - On Guard (0:53)
34. George Bruns - Old Betsy (0:05)
35. George Bruns - Something Funny (0:44)
36. George Bruns - Jail Break (0:44)
37. George Bruns - Plundering the Treasury (1:11)
38. George Bruns - To Arms (1:31)
39. George Bruns - Escaping the Castle (4:09)
40. George Bruns - Prince John in Prison (0:10)
41. George Bruns - Finale (1:23)

DisneyRHood.zip (72,77 MB) - uploaded.net ([Only registered and activated users can see links])


Thats The Only Active Link I Can Aquire At The Mo (I'm Not At Home)

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Is there any dialogue?
Yes Muffled I Beleive Its A DVD Rip. But There Is A Link If You Wanna Look

James P.Sullivan
01-07-2015, 03:32 PM
I'll certainly take a look when I get a moment. Thanks for the link! I wonder if Robin Hood will get a Legacy release...?

James (The Disney Guy)
01-07-2015, 03:37 PM
Would Be Nice. Depends On The Result From This Years Releases.

priestess99
01-09-2015, 01:11 AM
Thanks! I'm gonna give this one a shot.

P.B.Y
01-10-2015, 09:26 AM
btw im hoping TAofI&MT gets a legacy collection release! it seems that disney is starting to care about there classics again with the legacy collection & airing classics on tcm! all classic animated & non-animated disney movies deserve to have a legacy release! the classics r way better then most of the modern stuff bc walt really put all his heart & soul into making them & it shows unlike with most modern disney movies (with a few exceptions of course)

James (The Disney Guy)
01-10-2015, 09:44 AM
btw im hoping TAofI&MT gets a legacy collection release! it seems that disney is starting to care about there classics again with the legacy collection & airing classics on tcm! all classic animated & non-animated disney movies deserve to have a legacy release! the classics r way better then most of the modern stuff bc walt really put all his heart & soul into making them & it shows unlike with most modern disney movies (with a few exceptions of course)
Yes But Classics Like Sword in the Stone Walt Did Not Have Much to Do With. In the 50s When He Started TV And Disneyland Park Aswell As Live Action Films He Was Less Involved With Animation