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    I've looked for awhile and I absolutely can't find audio files of these attractions. And, of course, they're my favorites. So if anyone has these, I'd absolutely adore them forever if they'd send 'em my way. I'm looking for:

    *Remember Dreams Come True
    So far I've ony been able to find video of it. I can't see that they've released a CD of the fireworks like they did with Wishes (I wanted to buy one when I was there in March) so really if anyone just has a live audio recording that'd be great. I love the music in this so much, especially the Haunted Mansion segment. Absolutely amazing.

    *Carousel of Progress
    I'd like just There's A Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow. I've only been able to find a lame midi file, and some guys cover of it.

    *Journey into the Imagination
    I know this is a Disney World thing but I figured I'd ask here before I post this in the WDW section. I found one version of the original ride's audio but it wouldn't load onto my ipod (weird file type, don't remember much else). I'd like to have the audio of the new version of the ride, the original version of the ride, and/or just the song.

    Pretty pretty please? =\

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    Re: Remember.. etc

    This is not a place to find audio files


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    Re: Remember.. etc

    The 50th anniversary six CD set has Remember and the Carrousel of Progress...that is of course if you are willing to spend $90 on it http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...=glance&n=5174 . I think it is worth it though...for all the music it comes with.

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    Re: Remember.. etc

    it has remember???

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    Re: Remember.. etc

    ive wanted to buy it but im on the east coast so disney world is more my thing, y'know? but it might actually be worth it. between me, my mom, and my disney-crazy cousin, we could split the cost and it would be reasonable.


    sorry for posting the request here. but. i reply to threads here, im not here just for those. and if im gonna find 'em anywhere, itd be here.

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    Re: Remember.. etc

    You can find all of those tracks on the CD's of the Parks that are sold at the Parks. Remember is available on more than just the $100 one, although that has the best release of Disney Music and Attraction sound files yet. Same for Carrousle of Progress, although it might only be on the $100 version, but you do get 6 discs, a book and aversion of the original Disneyland album released when the Park first opened, and narrated by Walt Disney. Journey is on the CD's of WDW music as I have one from years ago of the original show. You might be able to fing one on E-Bay.
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    I've heard the 6-cd set is available for $60 at Costco, it's short the books and vinyl record. I haven't checked this out myself, but it sounds reasonable.
    Seriously it is a great set. I am Stores Operations CM, I've seen pretty much all of the 50th stuff and merchandise in general come through. In the past year I have bought 2 things, and I recommend them to every disney fan.
    1. Disney- 'Then, Now, and Forever' hardback book. A bargain and is plethora of information and pictures of how Disneyland has evolved through time.
    2. The 6-CD set 'A Musical History of Disneyland'. You name a show or attraction, this set has it. Not just the main themes, but complete ridethroughs. It has the complete Haunted Mansion, and Hm Holiday ride throughs- POTC, IASW, tiki room, indi, rod miller medley, splash mountainride through, ALL of the Country Bear Jamboree shows complete, the complete Golden Horshoe Review and tons tons more. It has Remember..., Fantasmic, and the Electrical Light Parade. Get this set! I order you.
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    ive seen "one little spark" on cds before, but it was only a short clip. id really like to find the original, longer version. which i guess only exists as the ride audio, y'know? since the whole ride was really sort-of the song. dreamfinder's narration and everything. what cd dyou have? id definetly buy one if i could find one.

    do they sell a cd with the full track of remember? all the segments and everything? when i was there in march/april i looked all over the parks and DTD for a soundtrack and couldnt find it. ended up settling for fantasmic/EP.

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    Re: Remember.. etc

    Quote Originally Posted by mrmainstreet
    1. Disney- 'Then, Now, and Forever' hardback book. A bargain and is plethora of information and pictures of how Disneyland has evolved through time.
    i got that =) and um. destination disneyland homecoming something or other? i was a bit disappointed with it. it wasnt worth what i paid. i wish id bought the art of disneyland, or the mary blair book, instead. the parks have so many great books..



    i really think i might get the cd set for my cousin for her birthday or christmas. get some copies made for myself. lol. shes always goes with us to WDW. maxed out multiple credit cards on vacations and still keeps going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by figmentpigment
    i got that =) and um. destination disneyland homecoming something or other? i was a bit disappointed with it. it wasnt worth what i paid.
    Close. The Destination Disneyland book is mainly black and white and in landscape format (longer than tall). 'Then, Now, and Forever' has the 50th castle on the front and is framed in purple. It stands taller than wide.
    Destination Disneyland, is IMHO, not worth it. It, and the Disneyland Under Contstruction books ARE neat to a core group that enjoys many black and white photos of the Disneyland during its early days, and under construction- but has not much beyond that.
    'Forever' deals more with the evolution of the park. It details not only current attractions, but specializes on what came before. It details areas that are now part of the yesterland such as the Indian Village, Holidayland, Mickey Mouse Club Circus and innumerable attractoins. It has a section on attractions that wre proposed, but never built. It's on glossy paper and is in color. It is a wealth of information and for $24.95 (if my memory serves) it's a steal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrmainstreet
    Close. The Destination Disneyland book is mainly black and white and in landscape format (longer than tall). 'Then, Now, and Forever' has the 50th castle on the front and is framed in purple. It stands taller than wide.
    Destination Disneyland, is IMHO, not worth it. It, and the Disneyland Under Contstruction books ARE neat to a core group that enjoys many black and white photos of the Disneyland during its early days, and under construction- but has not much beyond that.
    'Forever' deals more with the evolution of the park. It details not only current attractions, but specializes on what came before. It details areas that are now part of the yesterland such as the Indian Village, Holidayland, Mickey Mouse Club Circus and innumerable attractoins. It has a section on attractions that wre proposed, but never built. It's on glossy paper and is in color. It is a wealth of information and for $24.95 (if my memory serves) it's a steal.
    haha you sound like such the salesman.
    yeah, i feel stupid for buying both. but id already opened destination disneyland before i even *saw* then, now, and forever. i like the stories in it, though. personal accounts and things.

    is there a place to buy the books they sell in the parks from home, aside from the mail order numbers?

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