After a successful Twitter campaign using the hashtag #DemiFrozen, Walt Disney Studios has released its track of Demi Lovato performing ‘Let It Go’ from the original motion picture soundtrack for Frozen from Walt Disney Animation Studios. The song is performed in the film by Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel).
It has just been confirmed that recording sensation Demi Lovato has recorded ‘Let it Go’ to be featured on the upcoming original motion picture soundtrack for Frozen from Walt Disney Animation Studios. The song is performed in the film by Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel).
To promote the announcement, a Twitter campaign has been started with the hashtag #DemiFrozen which will unlock the recording at frozensocialsnowstorm.com. In the interview posted below, Lovato has also confirmed a music video for the recording has been produced.
On Thanksgiving night, November 28 at 9:30 pm ET/PT, the ABC Television Network will air the 90-minute special, ‘Lady Gaga & The Muppets’ Holiday Spectacular.’ The broadcast offers an avant-garde twist on the classic holiday variety show as Lady Gaga goes backstage with The Muppets, making a performance dream come true for the multi-platinum singer songwriter when they combine forces to sing holiday favorites and Lady Gaga hits.
‘I was so excited when ABC called me about doing a holiday special this year,’ said Lady Gaga. ‘I knew it just wouldn’t be a complete night of laughter and memories without The Muppets! Can’t wait to see the gang again and I hope Miss Piggy’s still not mad about Kermit. We’re just friends!’
More than four years ago, Disney Music Group closed the doors of its country music label, Lyric Street Records. Despite its size, it represented some of the largest acts in country music including SHeDAISY and — most notably — Rascal Flatts. While Disney attempted to shift most of its acts to other music divisions, the most successful of the lot took the news by leaving Disney altogether.
After introducing several older (and current) theme park-only albums to the digital download sector this year, Walt Disney Music continues the trend with the soundtracks to two of the Disneyland Resort’s traditions — ‘Haunted Mansion Holiday‘ and ‘“it’s a small world” Holiday.’ Both soundtracks will be available beginning September 10, 2013 and are currently listed on Amazon.
Initially released in 2003, ‘Haunted Mansion Holiday‘ features the vocal talents of Corey Burton. Jack Skellington of Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas fame, who temporarily takes up residence in the parks’ classic Haunted Mansion attraction, pays tribute to several classic Christmas carols with a nightmarish twist. The album also features a recorded ride-through of the holiday overlay.
Featuring music from and inspired by The Little Mermaid, the album will also feature two additional covers by contemporary recording artists Carly Rae Jepsen and American Idol semi-finalist, Felicia Barton. Jepsen, whose video will also be featured on the Blu-ray bonus features, has covered ‘Part Of Your World’ which has just been released as a single via both iTunes and Amazon. Barton, meanwhile, will tackle ‘Kiss the Girl’ in a track titled ‘The Real Thing.’
Australian video remix artist Nick Bertke (aka Pogo) has just released his latest Disney collaboration, ‘What I Likes’ featuring audio and video from the Walt Disney classic, Mary Poppins, featuring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke. You can find the video embedded below.
‘What I Likes’ comes as Mary Poppins is about to celebrate its 50th anniversary and as Disney is preparing to release a film based on the actual events that lead to its production, Saving Mr. Banks in which Walt Disney attempts to court author P.L. Travers in his quest to turn her stories into a film.
Ahead of any official announcement and without many details, Amazon.com has begun listing the official original motion picture soundtrack to Disney’s Saving Mr. Banks for a release date of December 10. The film is slated to open in limited release beginning December 13 with a wide release, a week later on December 20. Composed by Thomas Newman, the Saving Mr. Banks soundtrack, deluxe edition, consists of two CDs and is now available for pre-order.
Amazon.com has updated its listing for the original motion picture soundtrack to Disney’s Planes, available to own on August 6, 2013, just ahead of the theatrical release of the film on August 9.
With a whopping 29 tracks, most of the music is the instrumental score as composed by Mark Mancina, but also features some original songs by the likes of Mark Holman, Chris Classic with Alana D, Jon Stevens as well as songs from film co-stars Carlos Alazraqui (El Chupacabra) and Dave Wittenberg.
The track listing is as follows:
In conjunction with the Blu-ray release of The Muppet Movie: The Nearly 35th Anniversary Edition, available to own on August 13, 2013, Amazon.com is now advertising that Walt Disney Records will also be re-issuing the Muppet Movie soundtrack as well. No further details in way of track list or description have yet to be made available so whether it’s a straight release or a special edition remains to be seen.
From the very first ‘plunk!’ of Kermit’s banjo playing ‘The Rainbow Connection’ (Oscar nominee, Best Original Song, 1979), to the hysterical road trip that brings our fearless frog together with Fozzie, Gonzo, Animal and most importantly of all, Miss Piggy, join the jam-packed heartwarming hilarity, outrageous antics and big-shot Hollywood cameos.