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    Space Mountain Music - 45th Anniversary

    Going through some of my old Disney music cd's and I came across something on the 45th Anniversary CD. And it made me think of a thread on here and of course, I can't remember which one it was.

    But wasn't there someone on here that was looking for the music from Space Mountain (before what it is now.) I'm talking about the one with the guitar solo. Please forgive me, though I've heard the name before, I can't remember the artist.

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    Re: Space Mountain Music - 45th Anniversary

    the original music was dick dale.

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    Re: Space Mountain Music - 45th Anniversary

    I know you may not be looking quite for this but a few cool versions that Disneyland's was based off of are:

    Aquarium (#1)

    Aquarium (#2)


    BTW, Thanks Data for pointing these out!!!




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    Re: Space Mountain Music - 45th Anniversary

    Space Mountain had no music until the mid-90s (I want to say '97), when an arrangement of the classical piece "Aquarium," from Camille Saint-SaŽns' The Carnival of the Animals, was recorded. It used drums, synthesizers, and Dick Dale on surf guitar. This is what you're hearing on the CD. Now, of course, Space Mountain uses an entirely original soundtrack by Michael Giacchino, which pays homage to the scores of sci-fi B-movies and spy films, and which is also available on CD.


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    Re: Space Mountain Music - 45th Anniversary

    Quote Originally Posted by yoda91 View Post
    the original music was dick dale.
    Quote Originally Posted by Datameister View Post
    Space Mountain had no music until the mid-90s (I want to say '97), when an arrangement of the classical piece "Aquarium," from Camille Saint-SaŽns' The Carnival of the Animals, was recorded. It used drums, synthesizers, and Dick Dale on surf guitar. This is what you're hearing on the CD. Now, of course, Space Mountain uses an entirely original soundtrack by Michael Giacchino, which pays homage to the scores of sci-fi B-movies and spy films, and which is also available on CD.
    That would be the one. I know some people have come on here asking where they can find it.

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