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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

 

P ART THREE CHANGING TIMES - LASTING LEGACY1970-1989

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1970

     - 1970 -

            Everybody Wants to Be a Cat
           from The Aristocats - released on December 11, 1970

 

 

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1971

     - 1971 -

            The Age of Not Believing
           from Bedknobs and Broomsticks - released on December 13, 1971

 

 

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1972

     - 1972 -

            Baroque Hoedown
           from Disneyland's Main Street Electrical Parade - premiered on June 11, 1972

 

 

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1973

     - 1973 -

            Whistle Stop
           from Robin Hood - released on November 8, 1973

 

 

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1974

     - 1974 -

            Stars and Stripes Forever
           from the Disneyland attraction: America Sings - premiered on June 29, 1974

 

 

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1975

     - 1975 -

            The Best Time of Your Life
           from Walt Disney World's Carousel of Progress - premiered on January 15, 1975

 

 

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1976

     - 1976 -

            Pooh for President
           from the Disneyland Record: Winnie the Pooh for President - released in 1976

 

 

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1977

     - 1977 -

            Tomorrow is Another Day
           from The Rescuers - released on June 22, 1977

 

 

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1978

     - 1978 -

            (Hey Ra-Ra) Happy Birthday Mickey Mouse
           from the popular recording by Davy Jones - released in 1978

 

 

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1979

     - 1979 -

            Disco Mickey Mouse
           from Disneyland Record: Mickey Mouse Disco - released in 1979

 

 

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1980

     - 1980 -

            He Needs Me
           from the motion picture: Popeye - released on December 12, 1980

 

 

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1981

     - 1981 -

            The Best of Friends
           from The Fox and the Hound - released on July 10, 1981

 

 

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1982

     - 1982 -

            The Universe of Energy / Feel the Flow
           from EPCOT Center's Universe of Energy pavilion - premiered on October 1, 1982

 

 

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1983

     - 1983 -

            You Can Always Be Number One
           Sport Goofy Theme from the Disneyland Record: Splashdance - released in 1983

 

 

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1984

     - 1984 -

            Love Came For Me
           Love Theme from Splash - released on March 9, 1984

 

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1985

     - 1985 -

            Return to Oz Rag March
           from Return to Oz - released on June 21, 1985

 

 

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1986

     - 1986 -

            The World's Greatest Criminal Mind
           from The Great Mouse Detective - released on July 2, 1986

 

 

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1987

     - 1987 -

            DuckTales Theme
           from the DuckTales television series - premiered on September 18, 1987

 

 

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1988

     - 1988 -

            Why Should I Worry
           from Oliver and Company - released on November 18, 1988

 

 

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1989

     - 1989 -

            Under the Sea
           f rom The Little Mermaid - released on November 14, 1989

 

 

 

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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                                            1990-2019

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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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