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In this musical time-machine... you can listen to one representative song for each year of the past nine decades in a chronological retrospective of how both music and the Walt Disney Company have evolved through the years.

THRU THE YEARS LOGO 2019 - 880

PART TWO -   FROM ANIMATION TO INNOVATION  1950-1969

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1950

     - 1950 -

            A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes
           from Cinderella - released on February 15, 1950

 

 

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1951

     - 1951 -

            All in the Golden Afternoon
           from Alice in Wonderland - released on July 28, 1951

 

 

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1952

     - 1952 -

            Lambert the Sheepish Lion
           from the cartoon short: Lambert the Sheepish Lion - released on February 8, 1952

 

 

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1953

     - 1953 -

            You Can Fly! You Can Fly! You Can Fly!
           from Peter Pan - released on February 5, 1953

 

 

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1954

     - 1954 -

            The Ballad of Davy Crockett
           from the Disneyland televison series - originally aired on December 15, 1954

 

 

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1955

     - 1955 -

            Mickey Mouse Club March
           from the Mickey Mouse Club television series - premiered on October 3, 1955

 

 

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1956

     - 1956 -

            Meet Me Down on Main Street
           from the documentary featurette: Disneyland USA - released on December 20, 1956

 

 

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1957

     - 1957 -

            Old Yeller
           from Old Yeller - released on December 25, 1957

 

 

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1958

     - 1958 -

            The Grand Canyon Suite: On the Trail
           from the True-Life Adventure: The Grand Canyon - released on December 17, 1958

 

 

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1959

     - 1959 -

            Once Upon a Dream
           from Sleeping Beauty - released on January 29, 1959

 

 

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1960

     - 1960 -

            Swisskapolka
           from The Swiss Family Robinson - released on December 10, 1960

 

 

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1961

     - 1961 -

            A Carousel of Color
           from The Wonderful World of Color television series - premiered on September 24, 1961

 

 

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1962

     - 1962 -

            Rutabaga Rag
           from A Symposium on Popular Songs - released on December 19, 1962

 

 

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1963

     - 1963 -

            The Ugly Bug Ball
           from Summer Magic - released on July 7, 1963

 

 

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1964

     - 1964 -

            A Spoonful of Sugar
           from Mary Poppins - released on August 27, 1964

 

 

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1965

     - 1965 -

            The Monkey's Uncle
           from The Monkey's Uncle - released on August 18, 1965

 

 

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1966

     - 1966 -

            Winnie the Pooh
           from Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree - released on February 4, 1966

 

 

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1967

     - 1967 -

            The Bare Necessities
           from The Jungle Book - released on October 18, 1967

 

 

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1968

     - 1968 -

            Ten Feet Off the Ground
           from The One & Only Genuine Original Family Band - released on March 21, 1968

 

 

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1969

     - 1969 -

            Herbie's Theme
           from The Love Bug - released on March 13, 1969

 

 

 

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To continue your time travels - select a link below...

CLASSIC MICKEY - 110

BAND LEADER MICKEY - 100

 

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   • It All Started with a Mouse        From Animation to Innovation

  1928-1949                                           1950-1969

THRU THE YEARS LOGO 2019 - 880

DISCO MICKEY - 126

MODERN MICKEY - 124

Changing Times, Lasting Legacy •      Mickey Meets the Millennium

    1970-1989                                            1990-2018

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FOOTER MICKEYDo You Like What You Hear?FOOTER MINNIE

Many of these and other songs may be purchased from Walt Disney Records.
Visit their official website at   http://music.disney.com
 

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