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P resented 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... 20 - MASCOT - 171

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1 - Disneyland Hotel Theme Song  0:33

 

The Disneyland Hotel opened only months after Disneyland the park in 1955. It has always been a destination all in itself, with shops, fine restaurants, sports activities, nightclubs and live entertainment. It is also conveniently located right across the street from the park. This early ad jingle nicely sums up the true appeal of this unique resort.
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2 - Dateline Disneyland - Jack Wrather and Bonita Granville  0:55

 

The Disneyland Hotel was originally owned and managed by Texas oil tycoon and media mogul Jack Wrather, alongside his wife, actress  Bonita Granville. On the grand opening live telecast of Disneyland park, Ronald Reagan met up with this entrepreneurial couple and gave them the opportunity to promote their future hotel, set to open later that year.
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3 - Disneyland USA - Disneyland Hotel Introduction  2:05

 

Over the years, Walt Disney happily cross promoted his Anaheim neighbor by inducing special segments highlighting the resort in his early episodes of the Disneyland TV series that surveyed Disneyland  the park. The 1956 Technicolor and CinemaScope theatrical release of Disneyland USA also included a short visit to the family vacation destination.
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4 - Disneyland Hotel Heliport  2:57

 

Helicopter service to and from LAX international airport and Disneyland was once provided by LA Airways. The landing pad was located outside the berm, adjacent to Tomorrowland, with a special park entrance exclusively for helicopter passengers. The landing pad moved to the Disneyland Hotel in 1960 and flights discontinued in 1968.
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5 - A Highway in the Sky  3:13

 

The original Disneyland Alweg Monorail route stayed within the confines of Disneyland the park for a round trip thoughout the Tomorrowland landscape. In 1961, the beamway was extended outside the berm, to link the park to the Disneyland Hotel.Walt Disney wanted to turn his elevated train from a mere attraction into a true transportation system.
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6 - Disneyland Alweg Monorail to the Disneyland Hotel  2:43

 

The Disneyland hotel long had the distinction of being the only hotel in Anaheim to be directly connected to the Magic Kingdom via monorail. When the train departed the Tomorrowland depot it crossed the Disneyland parking lot, and traversed the city streets of Anaheim, making this highway in the sky a true transportation system of the future.
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7 - Music to Ride Monorails By  38:02

 

The dramatic sight and sound of streamlined Monorail trains, gliding along a sleek overhead beamway across the Disneyland Resort, romantically transports us back to the future forward optimism of the mid 20th century. Here is a collection of musical impressions from this era when a big, bright, beautiful tomorrow was in clear view.
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8 - The Monorail Room - Cocktail Lounge  16:03

 

Disneyland is, above all, a place for families, and a strict no-alcohol policy has always been enforced within park grounds. For many years, the closest spot to grab a cocktail was a small lounge conveniently located directly across from the Monorail loading platform at the Disneyland Hotel, which became a popular respite for moms and dads.
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9 - Embassy Ballroom - Bernie Bernard & His Orchestra  30:16

 

Ballroom dancing was once a popular evening event at the Disneyland Hotel during its early decades. The luxurious Embassy Ballroom hosted many well known Big Band Orchestra's, from Benny Goodman to Duke Ellington. In the early 1960's a live New Year's Eve album was recorded at the hotel featuring Bernie Bernard & his Orchestra.
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10 - Top of the Park Lounge  6:51

 

Long before Walt Disney World had a "Top of the World" lounge at the Contemporary Resort, the top floor of the Disneyland Hotel's original tower had it own cocktail lounge, with spectacular views overlooking Disneyland and live jazz to provide the evenings entertainment. Today it is known as the "E Ticket Club" for concierge level guests.
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11 - Disneyland Hotel Fashion Show  2:56

 

Among the many special events hosted at the Disneyland Hotel throughout the early years, were a series of popular daytime fashion shows, often presented poolside or at the Gourmet Restaurant as tea time entertainment. Celebrities were often in attendance at these posh events, soon becoming a "who's who" of the Hollywood elite.
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12 - Disneyland Hotel Tram  1:44

 

The free Disneyland Hotel tram offered resort guests front gate service to and from the Magic Kingdom every few minutes all day long. The original tram began operation in 1956 and continued to shuttle passengers even after the Disneyland Monorail line was connected to the hotel, offering an alternate mode of transportation until 2001.
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13 - Disneyland Hotel Travelport Announcements  1:39

 

 The Disneyland Hotel was obtained by the Walt Disney Company in 1988, but much has remained consistent since the Jack Wrather era: comfort, convenience, luxury, superior service and all the top level expectations associated with the Disneyland brand. From the moment of check-in, until check-out time, the expert hotel staff is at the ready.
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14 - Disneyland Hotel Orientation - Jack Wagner  6:31

 

The Disneyland Hotel has always been a tourist destination in its own right, with unique attractions along its centrally located marina, and array of specialty shops, fabulous dining locations, and an eclectic blend of live entertainment. This resort orientation was presented as a special in-room TV broadcast for 1980's hotel guests.
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15 - Seaports of the Pacific - Area Background Music  28:22

 

For decades, a large marina was located in the center of the Disneyland Hotel grounds, known as Seaports of the Pacific. Guests could rent paddle boats and cruise around the lagoon, or try out their navigation skills with radio controlled model ships. Surrounding the waterfront were unique shops, fine dining and a state of the art video arcade.
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16 - Disneyland Hotel Plaza Mall - Area Background Music  40:17

 

The "Voice of Disneyland," Jack Wagner, was also the voice of the Disneyland Hotel. As in the park, his duties included selecting the background music heard throughout the hotel. Much of the music chosen during his tenure was of the elevator variety, as often heard in hotel lobbies, airports and shopping malls during the 70's and 80's.
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17 - Disneyland Hotel - Japanese Gardens  28:09

 

The Disneyland Hotel has always been more than just a place to stay; it has also been a place to visit, with its surrounding grounds offering many unique attractions. At one time this included a tranquil Japanese Garden, complete with bonsai trees, manicured rock gardens, pagoda bridges, cascading waterfalls and colorful koi fish.
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18 - Hotel Convention - The Kids of the Kingdom  10:10

 

The Kids of the Kingdom often traveled outside the Kingdom to perform at special events and corporate conventions held right next door at the Disneyland Hotel. On stage at the Embassy Ballroom they showcased many of the popular shows also seen in the park, as well as special production numbers like the "World Friendship Medley."
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19 - Café Villa Verde / El Vaquero - Mariachi Band  40:55

 

The Disneyland Hotel has always been highly regarded for its elegant dining locations, and  this Southern California resort once hosted not one, but two fabulous Mexican style restaurants. In addition to authentic south of the boarder cuisine, it was not unusual to be serenaded by a live Mariachi band at either one of these eateries at any given time.
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20 - Sgt. Preston's Yukon Saloon & Dancehall - Yukon Follies  16:55

 

Disneyland Hotel  founder Jack Wrather was also a prolific producer of hit TV westerns. One of his most successful series was "Sergeant Preston of the Yukon," chronicling the adventures of a heroic Royal Canadian Mountie. This memorable character was later the star of a live dancehall style revue featuring Klondike Kate and Yukon Klem the Bear.
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- Dancing Waters/Fantasy Waters -

 

Long before Fantasmic! and World of Color, the Disneyland Hotel hosted Disneyland's very first water show spectacular, synchronizing music with towering fountains, cascading waters and special lighting effects. Originally known as "Dancing Waters," the show underwent many changes over time, eventually becoming known as, "Fantasy Waters," and every few years the program was revamped with an all new soundtrack.
 
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21 - Dancing Waters - 1980  10:22
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22 - Dancing Waters - 1989  13:03
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23 - Fantasy Waters - 1992  18:42
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24 - Fantasy Waters Alternate Show - 1996  18:04
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25 - Hotel View - Fantasy in the Sky Fireworks  7:25

 

Many guests staying at the Disneyland Hotel love to take advantage of its breathtaking views overlooking nearby Disneyland. This is also a unique way to experience the park's nightly firework displays. Adding to the magic, a closed circuit TV station inside each guest room will often simulcast the soundtrack music to these night time spectacles.
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- The Magic Kingdom Club -

 

The Magic Kingdom Club was at one time the largest employee benefit program in the United States, with over six million members enrolled during its peak years. Formed in 1957 and disbanded in 2000, this vacation discount service was offered to employees of participating corporations, AAA members and military personnel. Promotional films were often produced for participating organizations to share with their employees.
 
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26 - The Magic Kingdom Club - 1980 Update  7:48
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27 - The Magic Kingdom Club Gold Card - 1989 Update  5:54
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28 - The Magic Kingdom Club Gold Card - 1990 Update  7:46
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29 - Detective Mick - Magic Kingdom Club 1991  6:13
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30 - Discover a New World - Magic Kingdom Club 1992  7:55
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31 - Be Our Guest - Magic Kingdom Club 1993  14:30
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32 - A Whole New World - Magic Kingdom Club 1994  13:21
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33 - Wonderful World of Disney - Magic Kingdom Club 1995  10:46
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34 - A Really Big Postcard  - Magic Kingdom Club 1996  10:13
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35 - Disneyland Hotel Commercial - We've Got It All!  0:30

 

For decades, the Disneyland Hotel was not owned by the Walt Disney Company, but was a long time equity of the Jack Wrather Corporation. When Disney procured the hotel in 1988, an extensive promotional campaign was launched to advertise the many amenities of this unique resort, including a 30 second television spot featuring a catchy jingle.
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36 - Mark V Disneyland Monorail to The Disneyland Hotel   2:52

 

Disneyland's fourth generation monorail fleet began daily operations in 1987. The new Mark V trains no longer exhibited the signature bubble dome look of earlier models. Instead, they more closely resembled the sleek, white, jet age style of the Walt Disney World Mark IV fleet, which had premiered at the Florida vacation kingdom in 1971.
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NEW  37 - Hotel Coffee Shop - Monorail Café Jukebox  2:18:54

 

The original Disneyland hotel had a cozy coffee shop located near the Monorail station for decades. It was known simply as the "Coffee Shop" until 1986, when its interior was refurbished as a 50's style diner with a vintage Monorail motif. This classic mid century diner was removed in 1999 to make room for a major expansion of the Anaheim Resort.
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38 - The Neon Cactus - Country Western Bar  37:43

 

During the wave in popularity of contemporary Country music in the 1990's, the venue that once staged the Sgt. Preston's live dancehall revue was remodeled as an all new location for live entertainment, line dancing and Karaoke. This popular hangout for Anaheim locals closed in 1999 when Downtown Disney construction began.
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39 - Walt Disney Entertainment - All-Star Jazz Band  0:00

 

In early 1999 the International Association of Jazz Educators gathered for their annual conference at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim. For the occasion the Walt Disney live entertainment division hosted an opening night concert featuring classic Disney songs performed by an all-star jazz orchestra and a roster of specially invited guest stars.
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40 - The Disneyland Bellhops  12:07

 

With Disney's new proprietorship of the Disneyland Hotel, there were efforts made to make the resort a part of every guest's visit to Disneyland, including traditionally in-park style live musical entertainment. A popular group was a lively brass quintet known as the Bellhops. To this day, they still perform outside of Disney as the Pacific Coast Horns.
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41 - Poolside Recreation - Area Background Music  1:24:11

 

The Disneyland Hotel grounds once included such recreational amenities as a miniature golf  course and a putting green, a 3.5 acre marina with passenger operated pedal boats, a  fishing pool and a tropical tide pool for wading. Next to the Olympic sized  pool was a white sandy beach,volleyball court, and dozens of lounge chairs for sun bathing.
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42 - United Airlines - Disneyland In-Flight Music  1:01:40

 

Although most visitors live within driving distance of the Happiest Place on Earth, Disneyland is a major tourist destination for guests across the United States and around the world. Over the years, several major airlines have partnered with the Mouse to offer special vacation promotions, complete with Disney sponsored in-flight entertainment.
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NEW  43 - Hook's Point - Neverland Pool  17:00

 

In 1999 the Disneyland Hotel underwent a major transformation, and a large portion of the resort grounds became part of a new shopping district known as Downtown Disney. This also meant the relocation of the hotel swimming pool. A new Captain Hook themed pool opened that summer in the former location of the Seaports of the Pacific marina.
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44 - Goofy's Kitchen - Area Background Music  59:29

 

When Goofy's Kitchen is not hosting a birthday celebration, or character breakfast, an instrumental blend of classic Disney songs provides the appropriate background music for this family favorite eatery. Dinner is also served buffet style, with popular pizza and desert stations, Pluto's hot dogs and the house specialty, "Goofyroni" & Cheese.
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45 - Goofy's Kitchen - Birthday Medley  4:45

 

Goofy's Kitchen is often cited as the best place in the entire Disneyland Resort to have breakfast, with an all-you-can-eat buffet and character meeting opportunity that can't be matched. It's also a fantastic spot to throw a birthday party. With Chef Goofy as your host, children are encouraged to dance around the room to the beat of happy music.
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46 - Fairytale Wedding Pavilion - Area Background Music  40:53

 

Disney theme parks and resorts may be among the most romantic places in the world, so it is not surprising that over the decades the Disneyland Hotel has hosted thousands of weddings. In recent years, hotel weddings have become more popular than ever, providing the perfect settings and special amenities for uniting happy couples.
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47 - Fairytale Wedding Pavilion - Bridal March  1:47

 

Upon the arrival of the bride and groom in Cinderella's carriage, they enter a beautiful rose garden complete with a Victorian gazebo. Before exchanging vows, a romantic string quartet will often provide musical accompaniment as the bride makes her way down the aisle to "Here Comes the Bride" and other traditional wedding marches.
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48 - The Disneyland Hotel - Resort Area Background Music  1:18:47

 

To correspond with two themed areas within the new Disney's California Adventure park, one newly refurbished and one newly constructed hotel premiered as part of a major property expansion in 2001. The original Disneyland Hotel was then designated as the resort most associated with the themes found in the original Magic Kingdom.
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49 - Porte-Cochère - Area Background Music  52:44

 

From the moment guests arrive at the Disneyland Hotel, the magic of Disney becomes immediately apparent both in sight and sound. An upbeat blend of familiar Disney tunes provides a subliminal musical backdrop as guests eagerly unload their baggage at the car port valet drop-off area at the start of an unforgettable Disneyland vacation.
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50 - Disneyland Hotel Elevator  0:18

 

As  you enter the lobby of the Disney Hotel you are immersed in a blend of stylish decor, tasteful luxury and Disney magic, and each of the resort's three themed towers offers a unique aesthetic. After check in, you are directed to the nearest elevator which whisks you to your appropriate  floor as an automated voice announces each stop along the way.
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51 - Hotel Room Headboard Music Box - A Kiss Goodnight  0:36

 

Nearly every guest room at the Disneyland Hotel has a decorative wooden headboard featuring an elegant carving of Sleeping Beauty Castle. At the press of a button, the headboard magically lights up, displaying fireworks within a field of stars, as the classic song, "A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes," can be heard from a built in music box.
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- Disneyland Resort TV -

 

There are two closed circuit cable channels broadcast into every suite of the Disneyland Hotel. The first station runs a series of orientational videos providing a resort preview and invaluable touring tips. The second channel provides the latest resort information including park hours, the current weather and daily show times. This information is accompanied by a collection of memorable songs from the Disney musical library.

 
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52 - Disneyland Today - In-Room Musak  1:20:17
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53 - Disneyland Today - In-Room Music 2011  7:15
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54 - Welcome to Disneyland Orientation  17:17
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55 - Disneyland Trip Tips Countdown  13:25
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NEW  56 - Dining Disney Style  9:38
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57 - Disneyland Resort Information - Celebrate You!  15:06
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58 - Princess Bedtime Stories  23:45
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59 - Duffy the Bear Bedtime Story  4:48
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NEW  60 - Disneyland Today - In-Room Music 2015  1:00:48
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61 - Disneyland Today - In-Room Music 2019  0:00
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62 - The New Disneyland Hotel  2:28

 

A few years ago, the Disneyland Hotel underwent a major referbishment. As a major design influence, Disney Imagineers embraced the long history of this hotel by tapping into its 1950's roots. Today a vintage mid 20th century Googie aesthetic is prevalent throughout the property, harkening back to the era of Disneyland's very beginnings.
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- Planning a Disneyland Resort Vacation -

 

With its two theme parks, shopping district and three Disney owned hotels, Disneyland has become a true resort destination. Until a recent transistion to on-line marketing, prospective resort guests could order a free DVD and brochure directly from a vacation planning representative. These provided an extensive overview of the parks, dining and shopping options, and insider tips to make the most out of your Disneyland vacation.
 
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63 - Disneyland Resort Vacation Planning DVD - 2003  0:00
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64 - Disneyland Resort Vacation Planning DVD - 2012  31:27
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65 - Disneyland Resort Vacation Planning DVD - 2014  0:00
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NEW  66 - Disneyland Resort Promotional Spots  5:40
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- The Disneyland Hotel Towers -

 

The three towers of the newly renovated Disneyland Hotel have each been renamed and re-themed after three of the original thematic realms inside Disneyland Park. Originally known as the Sierra, Marina and Bonita towers, these luxury high rises are now the Fantasy, Frontier and Adventure. Each lobby has unique background music to further enhance the mood of these now very distinctive vacation destinations.
 
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67 - The Fantasy Tower  54:13
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68 - The Frontier Tower  42:28
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69 - The Adventure Tower  32:36
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- Disneyland Hotel Signature Suites -

 

For die hard Disney fans, the Disneyland Hotel offers six uniquely themed  suites, each tied to an attractions or themed area found within Disneyland: the Adventureland Suite, Pirates of the Caribbean Suite, Big Thunder Mountain Suite, Fairy Tale Suite, Blue Sky Suite, and last but certainly not least, The Mickey Mouse Penthouse. Each blends five-star luxury with the impeccable attention to detail that Disney is famous for.
 
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70 - Disneyland Hotel Signature Suites - Introduction  1:44
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71 - Adventureland Suite  19:05
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72 - Pirates of the Caribbean Suite  11:05
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73 - Big Thunder Mountain Suite  11:08
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74 - Fairytale Suite  19:17
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75 - Mickey Mouse Penthouse   8:05
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76 -The Blue Sky Suite - Mid-Century Meeting Space   31:20

 

The recently renovated Blue Sky Suite, once the personal penthouse apartment of the Disneyland Hotel's own Jack Wrather and Bonita Granville, is now space available for corporate meetings and special events. Its mid-century modern decor is complemented by Imagineering concept art reflecting Walt Disney's visions for a beautiful tomorrow.
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77 - Steakhouse '55 - Atomsphere Music  44:53

 

For many years this establishment was known as Granville's, named after former hotel owner Jack Wrather's wife, Bonita Granville. One of the finest dining locations at the Disneyland resort, the newly renamed and remodeled Steakhouse '55 now has the design aesthetic of mid-century revival, harkening back to the hotel's 1955 beginnings.
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78 - Tangaroa Terrace - Area Background Music  59:33

 

Tangaroa Terrace is a popular new Polynesian restaurant located at the Disneyland Hotel. It is fashioned in the exotic Tiki kitch style, from Adventureland's earlier years, which has enjoyed a revival in popularity in recent years. The exotica lounge style music heard throughout this establishment adds immeasurably to its tropical theme.
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79 - Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar - Part 1  1:01:34

 

Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar is a popular new watering hole located next door to the Tangaroa Terrace restaurant. This tropical themed cocktail lounge is a throw back to Trader Vic's, Don the Beachcomber, the Tonga Room and all the many famous Tiki Bars which sprang up across America starting in the years just before World War II.
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80 - Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar - Part 2  59:31

 

Trader Sam's has struck a cord with Southern California's community of Tiki culture revivalists, and many patrons have become regulars. As mid-century exotica music perfectly sets the mood, the room's tropical decor comes alive with special animated effects which are activated on cue whenever certain specialty cocktails are ordered.
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81 - Mark VII Disneyland Monorail to Downtown Disney  3:29

 

By the time the current Mark IIV monorail fleet was put into operation, the Highway in the Sky had undergone major changes. The 115 acre parking lot was transformed into an all-new theme park with trains traveling through the lobby of a new hotel, and the original hotel station was now located within the Downtown Disney shopping district.
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- Downtown Disney Shopping District -

 

When Disney's California Adventure opened in 2001, the area separating the new park from Disneyland was redeveloped into a retail and dining district known as Downtown Disney. One of the most popular stores located here is World of Disney, a wonderland of Disney souvenirs and collectables. Recently, specially selected area music has been added to the area, setting the tone for this vibrant retail and recreational facility.
 
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82 - Downtown Disney - Daytime Area Background Music   0:00
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83 - World of Disney - Area Background Music   0:00
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84 - Pop Up Disney! A Mickey Celebration   1:28:22
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85 - Downtown Disney – Nighttime Area Background Music 2017   0:00
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86 - Downtown Disney – Nighttime Area Background Music 2018   2:02:40
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20 - ACCOLADES
Special thanks to RocketRodsXPR for his many invaluable contributions to this page and to this site.
Special thanks to Jim Moore for contributing the audio for track 18, "World Friendship Medley."
Special thanks to Ryan Komitor for providing audio and consultation for track 37, "Monorail Café Jukebox"