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TITLE P - 50resented here, for your enjoyment, is a magical and musical virtual audio tour of the Happiest Place on Earth, both past and present. From this comprehensive collection of rare audio recordings, the stay at home listener is granted their very own 'E' Ticket to adventures that recreate the ambiance and simulate the you-are-there sensation of an actual trip to the park. Just close your eyes and let your mind run free. It won't be hard to imagine you are really inside the Magic Kingdom for an exciting day at Disneyland, the place where dreams really do come true...
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1 - Queen of the River Theme  3:32

This sweeping instrumental piece was often reused in documentaries produced in the 1950's and 1960's when showcasing the Mark Twain Steamboat and Frontierland's Rivers of America. It was first featured in 1957 on Walt Disney's weekly television series in an episode entitled ''Disneyland the Park and Pecos Bill."

 

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2 - Frontierland Dock - Cruising Down the River  3:08

The Frontierland dock is where the Mark Twain comes into port after her many journeys around the Rivers of America. This is also the very spot where the Disneyland Band first performed the song ''Cruising Down the River" during the riverboat's 1955 dedication. To this day it is still often performed live here at the steamboat landing.

 

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3 - Frontierland Dock - Wurlitzer LX Orchestrion  4:39

As Disneyland was being built, Walt Disney purchased several antique music machines at auction. One of these was a Wurlitzer LX Orchestrion which was once prominently displayed at the Frontierland dock . It would play live music for decades before it was retired due to weather damage, but a recorded version can still be heard to this day.

 

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4 - The Mark Twain Live - Disneyland Band Concert  7:45

The Disneyland Band has been performing live at the Frontierland Dock and on the bow of the Mark Twain since opening day in 1955, and the tradition continues to this day, often marching over from Main Street USA to put on an impromptu concert aboard the steamship as she journeys around the Rivers of America.

 

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5 - The Mark Twain Live - Banjo Band  4:05

The bandstand on the second level of the Mark Twain, known as the Grand Salon Deck, has hosted some of the most legendary Dixieland jazz performers of all time, including Louis Armstrong, Kid Ory and Teddy Buckner. Over the years, local jazz groups have also been invited to perform, including the San Fernando Valley Banjo Band.

 

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6 - The Mark Twain Live - Ragtime Pianist  6:18

When the Main Street pianist was displaced in 2012 during a refurbishment of the Coca-Cola Refreshment Corner, the upright piano was temporarily relocated to the main deck of the Mark Twain, offering live entertainment as the riverboat circled the river, proving so popular, that ragtime concerts have continued during peak seasons.

 

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7 - Mark Twain Landing - Dixieland Medley  17:40

As the Mark Twain arrives and departs at the Frontierland landing, the sound of New Orleans style jazz sets the tone. For decades, two classic recordings by the Firehouse Five Plus Two, ''Come Back Sweet Papa" and ''Milenberg Joys", provided this musical underscore. Today, other stellar Dixieland recordings continue the tradition.

 

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- The Mark Twain Steamboat -

 The majestic vessel. the Mark Twain Steamboat, has been a Disneyland icon for nearly six decades. The stately queen of the Rivers of America brings passengers on a voyage around Tom Sawyer's Island, passing though a wild western wilderness surrounded by a Calvary fort, backwoods settlements, and a Native American village. Heard here are six variations of the onboard soundtrack, spanning from 1969 to the present day.

 

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.8 - The Mark Twain Steamboat - 1969 Excursion  10:15

 

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.9 - The Mark Twain Steamboat - 1979 Excursion  9:27

 

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.10 - The Mark Twain Steamboat - 1987 Excursion  11:09

 

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.11 - The Mark Twain Steamboat - 1992 Excursion  12:51

 

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.12 - The Mark Twain Riverboat - 2007 Excursion  15:27

 

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.13 - The Mark Twain Riverboat - 2010 Excursion  17:28

 

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14 - The Mark Twain Steamboat - Backwoods Banjo Medley  3:31

Music has always been a pivotal atmospheric element of the Mark Twain sightseeing experience. For many decades, while traveling though the backwoods territory these clawhammer banjo arrangements of the classic American folk songs,''Cripple Creek" and ''Goober Peas," set the appropriate tone, recalling the rustic days of the pioneers.

 

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15 - The Mark Twain Riverboat - Homespun Songs of Vicksburg  7:58

The Mark Twain received a touch of authenticity when musical selections from the album ''Homespun Songs of Vicksburg", by string instrumentalist Bobby Horton, were incorporated into the on board soundtrack. Bobby Horton's authentic period music has also been featured in the award winning Ken Burns Civil War documentary series.

 

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16 - The Mark Twain Riverboat - Musical Soundtrack  13:20

Disneyland's proud steamship, known today as the Mark Twain ''Riverboat" is one of the few opening day attractions still being enjoyed by guests to this day. In recent years, this water-bound excursion has become a truly musical journey, as guests hear a selection of music both from Disney films, and America's folkloric past.

 

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17 - Tiana's Showboat Jubilee  18:30

The 2009 theatrical release of the animated feature, "The Princess and the Frog," would inspire a live show featuring the songs and memorable characters from the film. The production was staged aboard the Mark Twain Steamboat, and  followed the cast all along the Rivers of America, as they marched their way on to New Orleans Square.

 

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18 - Rivers of America Waterfront - Area Background Music  28:54

As guests wander along the shores of the Rivers of America, passing from Frontierland into New Orleans Square, the distinguishable sound of Dixieland Jazz can be heard all along the waters edge. This perfectly compliments the bustling activity of the river, as water vessels glide by and guests explore Tom Sawyer Island just across the way.

 

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19 - Magnolia Park - Dixieland Bandstand  24:52

Years before there was a New Orleans Square, Frontierland had its own New Orleans section known as Magnolia Park. Along the riverbank nearby, a wrought iron bandstand played host to several legendary Dixieland groups, including Disneyland's own regular troupe of syncopated jazz musicians known as the Strawhatters.

 

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20 - Magnolia Park - New Orleans Street  5:13

The original New Orleans was first showcased during the 1955 opening day broadcast and featured the famous Firehouse Five Plus Two performing two of their signature Dixieland numbers on live TV in what was staged as a Mardi Gras street party. This area also hosted the Silver Banjo Barbecue and Aunt Jemima Pancake House.

 

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21 - Don Defore's Silver Banjo Barbecue  2:52

Television personality Don Defore, who played the next door neighbor Thorny on the Ozzie and Harriet Show, owned and operated a barbecue restaurant in Disneyland's Magnolia Park district for several years. The unofficial theme song for the restaurant was Stephen Foster's ''Ring Ring De Banjo," and the lyrics were printed on every menu.

 

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22 - Aunt Jemima Pancake House  0:59

Located where the River Belle Terrace restaurant serves its famous Mickey Mouse shaped pancakes today, there was once another popular eatery known as the Aunt Jemima Pancake House. Serving as the celebrity hostess was the real Aunt Jemima herself, who became a permanent ambassador and greeted patrons on a regular basis.

 

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23 - The Plantation House  6:10

One of Disneyland's original, yet long gone landmarks, was once located along the river bank in what is now New Orleans Square. This structure, known as the Plantation House, was a very popular eatery, serving fried chicken and other southern dishes. The outdoor dining area afforded breathtaking views of the passing water traffic.

 

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24 - Rafts to Tom Sawyer Island  2:14

Log rafts have carried passengers across the Rivers of America to this boyhood playground straight out of the pages of a Mark Twain novel since 1956. The original island was filled with suspension bridges to cross, tree houses to climb, trails to survey, rocks to scale, caves to explore and an authentic replica of a frontier log fort.

 

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25 - Harper's Mill  13:07

The old mill on the southern tip of Tom Sawyer's Island was built as a functioning grist mill, much like those that were located across North America along lakes and riverbeds throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. In the early years, guests could watch cast members as they demonstrated how to make cornmeal the old-fashioned way.

 

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26 - Injun Joe's Cave  1:49

Injun Joe's cave was based on a climactic moment from the original Tom Sawyer novel in which the main antagonist falls to his death within a mysterious dark cave. Inside the Disneyland cave, guests encountered a bottomless pit as they heard the ghostly echos of howling winds, rolling thunder and frightening screams.

 

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27 - Fort Wilderness - Area Background Music  28:07

A medley of 19th century American folk songs served as the musical backdrop for a detailed replica of an authentic frontier fort of hewn logs prominently featured on Tom Sawyer Island. The original structure was dismantled in 2003 due to nearly five decades of weather damage, but remains a fond memory to many long time visitors.

 

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28 - Fort Wilderness - Regimental Headquarters  1:11

Peering through the windows of Fort Wilderness, guests could view a model figure of Davy Crockett, his partner George Russell and General Andrew Jackson displayed within a replica of a US Calvary unit's regimental headquarters. From lookout towers, kids of all ages enjoyed shooting toy rifles with synchronized sound effects.

 

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29 - Burning Settler's Cabin  1:59

For well over four decades, a small settler's cabin located at the northern tip of Tom Sawyer Island was perpetually aflame. Over time the scenario behind this emblazoned log home had to be altered for political correctness, changing from an attack by Indians, to a drunken moonshiner, and finally just a careless wilderness family.

 

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30 - Mike Fink's Cabin  1:57

In the backwoods territory, along the Rivers of America, what was once the burning settlers cabin is now known as Mike Fink's cabin, after the flames were shut down in compliance with new environmental regulations. As boats pass by today, guests may overhear Mike Fink sing a tune from the original 1955 Davy Crockett soundtrack.

 

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31 - The Mike Fink Keelboats  10:11

The Mike Fink Keelboats, the Gullywumper and the Bertha Mae, were both originally featured in the Davy Crockett series from Walt Disney's weekly television program. The boats were refitted to accommodate passengers and became an alternate way to view the Frontierland river. A comical guide added to the fun.

 

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32 - Welcome to Indian Territory  1:26

For nearly six decades a friendly Indian chief, astride his horse, has waved a warm welcome to passing ships along the Frontierland river as they enter Indian territory. Further down the river is a friendly native village, and a sacred Indian burial ground. These and other exhibits along the shoreline celebrate our nation's great legacy.

 

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33 - Native American Village - Ceremonial Dance Circle  7:40

Adding a sense of realism to Frontierland, many local tribes performed authentic Native American ceremonial dances for Disneyland guests in a live performance held several times a day. Within the village were also many examples of Native arts and crafts, authentic tepees and totem poles, and the landing for guest powered canoes.

 

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34 - Davy Crockett Explorer Canoes  3:34

The Davy Crockett Explorer Canoes has the distinction of being the only "guest powered" attraction in Disneyland, and affords a more intimate look at the scenery along the river. Once known as the Indian War Canoes, the launch was located in the former Native American Village, and is the one surviving remnant of the original area.

 

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35 - Friendly Native American Village  5:18

The backwoods territory of the Rivers of America has several scenes depicting life as it once was on the old frontier, including a Friendly Native Village. In later years, a sophisticated third generation Audio-Animatronic chieftain storyteller was added to this diorama, and can be heard telling the story of how the flute came to his people.

 

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36 - Fowler's Harbor - Area Background Music  33:48

Towards the northern end of the river is a tiny inlet named in honor of Joe Fowler, a retired navy admiral who was the chief construction supervisor of Disneyland for many years. The Columbia often sets anchor in the harbor, and it also functions as a working dry dock for both of Disneyland's big water vessels during periodic refurbishments.

 

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37 - Frontierland Dock - Columbia Landing  14:04

The towering Sailing Ship Columbia, is an authentic replica of the first American vessel to circumnavigate the globe. When it was constructed in 1958, it was the first three-masted windjammer built in the United States in over one hundred years. Guests board the Columbia from a rolling gangplank at the Frontierland dock.

 

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38 - O Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean  3:09

This patriotic American anthem, written in the early 19th century, was in homage to the original Columbia, the first American vessel to circle the globe. The same year that the Sailing Ship Columbia debuted in Disneyland, this stirring version  was recorded by the Disneyland Chorus for the Brussels World's Fair presentation of America the Beautiful.

 

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39 - Sailing Ship Columbia  17:45

Aboard the Columbia, passengers set sail for a romantic journey around the Rivers of America. A salty old sea dog provides historical narrative, pointing out scenes along the way, while harkening back to the days of " wooden ships, and iron men." Providing this narration was Fulton Burley, one of the stars of the Golden Horseshoe Revue.

 

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40 - Sailing Ship Columbia - Below Decks Museum  1:09

While on board the Columbia, guests may also explore the below decks area of the ship in a special exhibit added to the attraction in 1964. On display here are the ship's galley and living quarters, an array of replicated artifacts including artillery, cargo holds, 18th century tools, a display of nautical knots and the captain's cabin.

 

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41 - Sailing Ship Columbia - The Wind in the Rigging  10:34

Several songs from the album,''The Wind in the Rigging" provide the background music for the Pirate's Cove area of Disneyland Paris. One song, "Away Rio" has even made its way back to Disneyland USA, and is currently played aboard the Columbia. Included here are all the songs from this album, as heard over in the European park.

 

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42 - Rafts to Pirate's Lair on Tom Sawyer Island  2:12

A recent Disneyland enhancement inspired by the success of the Pirates of the Caribbean films would be an update to the classic Tom Sawyer's Island attraction. Several new pirate themed elements were incorporated into the classic outdoor playground, still accessible by rafts that carry guests across the Rivers of America.

 

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43 - Lafitte's Tavern - Area Background Music  37:41

The iconic mill building, positioned at the southern tip of Tom Sawyer's Island, was renamed Lafitte's Tavern when it was invaded by the pirates. In the earlier days of the re-themed area, the sounds of a village pub, ships at sea, pirate battles and lively sea chanties could be heard resonating from within this rustic structure.

 

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44 - Jack Sparrow's Swashbuckling Adventure - Musical Score  3:57

When the new pirate theme first took over what was once the quiet tranquility of Tom Sawyer Island, a live stunt show was presented as a limited time promotion for the new attraction. The plot line included the popular character of Jack Sparrow from the Pirates of the Caribbean films, and culminated in a swashbuckling sword fight.

 

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45 - Pirate's Lair Mill - W. Turner Blacksmith  1:04

Harper's Mill has endured many changes since it was first featured on Tom Sawyer's Island in 1956, The entire mill was relocated in 1992 to make room for a new outdoor stage, and today it has been renamed for one of the main character in the Pirates of the Caribbean movies, and features props from the film's memorable blacksmith scene.

 

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46 - Dead Man's Grotto  4:37

The former grounds of Injun Joe's Cave underwent a refurbishment in 2007, and is now a haunted grotto inhabited by ghostly spirits. Though a succession of scenes, guests encounter these unearthly apparitions as they metamorphosize just long enough to scare away any greedy treasure seekers who dare to explore these dark caverns.

 

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47 - Pirate's Lair Shipwreck - Pirate's Den  2:59

Many dramatic scenes from the Pirate's of the Caribbean films are replicated throughout the island. Inside a shipwrecked pirate galleon guests enter a dark passageway filled with decayed timber and barnacles amongst glowing lanterns. Here, the ominous voice of Davy Jones beckons brave adventurers to join his ghostly crew.

 

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48 - The Bootstrappers - Pirate's Lair Band  23:12

When Pirate's Lair premiered in 2007, a talented group of live musicians was first introduced as a tie into the island's exciting new spirit of adventure. This seaworthy band of balladeers, known as the Bootstrappers, perform rollicking renditions of traditional sea chanties, English pub songs and Irish jigs, with hearty enthusiasm.

 

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49 - Shenandoah - Thurl Ravenscroft  2:37

The traditional American folk ballad, ''Shenandoah," has long been associated with the Rivers of America, having been used in several stage productions, and even the 50th anniversary fireworks show, as a representative theme for Disneyland's frontier river. Performing it here is a voice that any fan of Disney will surely recognize.

 

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50 - Tom Sawyer Island - Nighttime Ambiance  2:22

After the last performance of the lavish pyrotechnical riverfront show, Fantasmic, and once the crowds have all dispersed, the banks along the Rivers of America can be one of the most beautiful and romantic spots in all of Disneyland. Here, the quiet sounds of nature resonate to form a peaceful symphony of crickets, frogs, owls and coyotes.

 

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09 - ACCOLADES Special thanks to CThaddeus for contributing the soundtrack for "2010 Mark Twain Riverboat Excursion"

and for contributing recorded material for the "Mike Fink's Cabin" and "Dead Man's Grotto" tracks.

Special thanks to RocketRodsXPR for his many invaluable contributions to this page and to this site.