Show/Parade: Fantasmic. But I have to say that I loved SpectroMagic from Magic Kingdom!
Attraction: Splash; And America Sings was funny. Oh, and the original Country Bear Jamboree.
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"If all my friends were to jump off a bridge, I wouldn't jump with them, I'd be at the bottom to catch them"
Originally Posted by Reverend DMother
Girl bonding is just so necessary. It's just as important as "me" time. A good girl bonding session leaves you feeling so refreshed. I think of it as a NEED vs a want. There are just things that you need to talk to other women with. You may have the best relationship in the world with your husband, but there are just times you need your girlfriends. It makes for a healthier and happier you which makes everything else you do better.
Show: Fantasmic. I especially love the last 2 minutes.
Attraction: Soarin. I "hear" music all over the place in my daily life that reminds me of it. I love the queue music, too.
Area of the park: Main Street USA. Of course.
Show: Until 5/5 I would have easily said Fantasmic! But now Remember...Dreams Come True is really challenging Fantasmic for the #1 spot. Hard to tell if it is Fantasmic is 'old' while Remember is 'new' type of thing. I guess time will tell.
Attraction: America Sings without a doubt. A close second would be any of the Country Bear shows.
Former Disneyland attraction: Adventure thru Inner Space. Trippy, trippy 60's music. Love it.
Current Disneyland attraction: The Haunted Mansion. Mmmm, dirge me, baby. Creepy and fun.
Former Disneyland shows: Love the score from the Main Street Electrical Parade and am a sucker for the score from Fantasy in the Sky.
Current Disneyland show: (I hope this is returning someday, and therefore "current"): Holiday Believe.
The music I like from WDW is all going to be "former": Walt Disney World attraction: "New Horizons" was the best song ever!
Walt Disney World show: the original "IllumiNations" (OMG, does anyone have a recording of this anywhere!?!?!)
Heheh, my fave music from Disneyland Paris is also gone: Euro Disneyland: the score from Space Mountain (Mission One).
Oh boy, most of the music from my favorite parks is gone. 96% of the music of Disneyland dates from the days of Walt Disney, and 99% of the music of Epcot never survived its first decade. Music creation is the one of the first things lost when good parks go bad.