Tomorrow is my father-in-law's 82nd birthday and I was thinking about a time about 17 years ago when he came with us to Disneyland (actually he paid, so I guess we went with him). One of my fondest memories, and the start of my love for Disneyland, was walking with him all the way down Main Street towards the exit, lagging behind our family on our last day, singing along with Marty Robbins' El Paso. Today the thought struck me. Why were they playing that on Main Street? All they ever play now (I guess appropriately) are those turn-of-the-century type songs. Does anyone have any information about how Disneyland used to choose or provide the music on Main Street so that my fond memory can make sense again?