As part of the Frozen weekend on Disney Channel, Walt Disney Records and Vevo have released the full music video for ‘Do You Want To Build A Snowman?’ featuring twenty-six stars of Disney’s hit programming, which you can find embedded below.
Twenty-six stars of Disney’s hit programming for kids and tweens perform a new interpretation of the song ‘Do You Want to Build a Snowman?’ from Disney’s Academy Award-winning animated film Frozen. The new pop arrangement of the song will debut Friday, July 18 on Radio Disney; its music video will premiere on the popular WATCH Disney Channel app for verified users on Friday, July 18 and Sunday, July 20 on Disney Channel.
Marvel and Hollywood Records have announced three editions of the official original motion picture soundtrack to Guardians of the Galaxy (August 1, 2014) available on July 29, 2014: ‘The Guardians of the Galaxy Deluxe’ soundtrack features classic 1970s songs from the film plus the score by composer Tyler Bates ; ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Awesome Mix Vol. 1′ is the collection of 12 songs including Blue Swede’s ‘Hooked on a Feeling,’ ‘I’m Not in Love’ by 10cc, Redbone’s ‘Come and Get Your Love,’ and The Runaways’ ‘Cherry Bomb;’ and Guardians of the Galaxy digital score soundtrack. The soundtrack is currently available for pre-order from Amazon.
Last night Walt Disney Studios, DisneyToon Studios and VEVO released the full audio to ‘Still I Fly’ as performed by Spencer Lee, from its upcoming film, Planes: Fire & Rescue (July 18, 2014). You can find the entire song embedded below.
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney’s Mary Poppins, the Disney Music Emporium will release the Legacy Collection edition on August 26, 2014. Pre-orders are now being accepted at Amazon.
The beautiful book-bound three-disc collectible set features the enchanting music from the film, ‘lost chords’and excerpts from the P.L. Travers Story Meetings with Don DiGradi and The Sherman Brothers, plus, newly illustrated artwork by Lorelay Bove.
The complete track list is as follows:
Confirming an earlier report Stitch Kingdom made on Twitter, Hollywood Records today confirmed plans to re-release the rare live recordings of ‘Queen: Live at the Rainbow ’74’ on September 9, 2014 in multiple formats including special edition, limited releases.
Walt Disney Studios and DisneyToon Studios have shared this first listen to ‘All In’ as written and performed by country music star Brad Paisley, from its upcoming film, Planes: Fire & Rescue (July 18, 2014). You can find part of the song — as well as new accompanying footage — embedded below.
‘All In’ is one of two songs on the original motion picture soundtrack performed by Paisley, the other being one titled ‘Runaway Romance,’ which was co-written by director Bobs Gannaway and Danny Jacob (arguably best known for his work on ‘Phineas and Ferb’). Paisley has described ‘All In’ as a tribute to his father, a once assistant chief to his local volunteer fire department, as well as an EMT.
Walt Disney Records and Disney Theatrical have released the original cast recording of ‘Friend Like Me’ as performed by Tony Award nominee James Monroe Iglehart as the Genie in the Broadway musical’s showstopping number. You can hear the song in its entirety embedded below.
In addition to Iglehart’s nomination, the show was also nominated for four other awards: Best Musical, Best Book of a Musical (Chad Beguelin), Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre (Music: Alan Menken, Lyrics: Howard Ashman, Tim Rice and Chad Begeulin) and Best Choreography (Casey Nicholaw).
Walt Disney Records’ newly created line of collectible CDs, Walt Disney Records The Legacy Collection, will celebrate the anniversaries of Disney’s most cherished and classic properties that have been enchanting audiences for generations. Through 2015, Walt Disney Records will celebrate 12 anniversaries including Pinocchio (75th), Fantasia (75th), Cinderella (65th), Lady and the Tramp (60th), Sleeping Beauty (55th), Mary Poppins (50th), The Lion King (20th) and Toy Story (20th), among others.
The picture disc for The Little Mermaid features Ariel and Flounder on one side while Ursula is featured on the reverse; the reverse side for The Lion King features the iconic moment in which Rafiki presents baby Simba to the animal kingdom.