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I feel they should have cut each song so you can skip to the song you wanted to hear! Not make it into one big track. Disney you fix this with a Special Edition Soundtrack when the Platinum Edition Soundtrack! 🙂 Check it out!
Contrary to its modern reputation as an overarching, megasuccessful entertainment monolith, the original Disney legend was built on a sometimes shaky foundation seemingly forged out of equal portions of nerve, talent, and luck. From Snow White and Fantasia to theme parks and his long television legacy, Walt Disney’s greatest achievements were often high-risk ventures that frequently flew in the face of both critics and conventional wisdom. With Hollywood’s postwar fortunes slipping, television on the rise, and his studio deep in debt, Disney largely bet his future on Cinderella. The resultant animated classic is a timeless romantic fairytale featuring a lively slate of songs by Mack David, Al Hoffman, and Jerry Livingston (crucially framed by the effective, dramatic orchestral score of Oliver Wallace and Paul J. Smith), highlighted by the classic “A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes” and the ever-delightful “Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo.” Praise is due the producers of this CD, who, by carefully sequencing and editing the film’s songs and score to replicate its original impact, have created a virtually seamless listening experience. Collectors should note an added bonus on this edition: a spry demo recording of “I’m in the Middle of a Muddle,” a jaunty tune for a never-produced musical number from the film. –Jerry McCulley
Cinderella – An Original Walt Disney Records Sountrack Review
this is a awesome soundtrack it is fun and enjoyable to listen to. the best songs on this soundtrack are all of them. if you have not listened to this soundtrack then I recommend you do -Read Reviews-
Like the CD for "Snow White," this splendidly arranged remaster includes not only the few (yet classic) vocals ("A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes," "Sing, Sweet Nightingale," "The Work Song," "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo," "So This is Love") and a song that never made it to film ("I’m in the Middle of a Muddle"), but all the ambient background instrumental music that wasn’t released on the original vinyl, carefully arranged according to its original playing order. Scenes flow through your mind as you listen, and you resolve to replay your video at first opportunity. Track 10, "Locked in the Tower. ..," includes wonderful mouselike skittering music that evokes perfectly the image of Cinderella’s rodent friends scurrying through the walls. Like so much classic Disney soundtrack music, these pieces are so perfectly matched to the action that you understand why the studio gained the place it did in popular culture and the critical mind: Disney and his people never thought of themselves as making "just kiddie movies," but as craftsmen and perfectionists.
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