Make Mine Music was released theatrically in August 1946. The September 1946 issue of Tune In, The Radio Listener's Guide magazine devoted 2 pages of pictures to this movie. I have cropped them for better viewing. Above is the intro. You can see the pictures by selecting "Read More" below
Before tape recorders were common, recording used to be done by "cutting " the record. This produced a one of a kind recording. Notice the 2 spindle holes? These held the record in place as a special needle cut the vinyl as it recorded live. This record is from a recording session in the WD Studios. The music is "Humphrey Hop" and was used in the cartoon "In the Bag" from the 1950s featuring Ranger J. Audubon Folklore instructing the bears how to pick up litter in Brownstone Park.
Last Updated on Saturday, 29 May 2010 12:25
Written by Ken
Wednesday, 20 January 2010 22:10
In 1960 Disneyland had some competition on the east coast as Freedomland opened in New York. It lasted a whole 4 years. You can learn more about it here and listen to this album in the "Read More" below. Actually has pretty cool music
Not long before Walt Disney decided to start Disneyland records, they had the Walt Disney Music Company, a music publishing arm which promoted non-disney songs such as this one which Patty Page recorded. You can listen to the song and read the sheet music by clicking on "Read More" On the back page of the sheet music are a couple more songs including "My Destiny" by Mack David and Jerry Livingston, who were writing songs for Cinderella. I wonder if that was one cut from the movie?