Tracklist

CD 1
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1The Forest of No Return
recording engineer:
Herbert Zaussinger (on 1989-04-29)
producer:
Leo Feigin (Soviet/British producer/founder Leo Records, 1938-)
editor:
Steve Plews (UK composer and jazz pianist)
bass [electric bass]:
Arthur Joonie Booth (on 1989-04-29)
drums (drum set):
Earl "Buster" Smith (on 1989-04-29)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Sun Ra (on 1989-04-29)
recorded at:
Jazzatelier Ulrichsberg in Ulrichsberg, Oberösterreich, Austria (on 1989-04-29)
live cover recording of:
The Forest of No Return (on 1989-04-29)
lyricist:
Mel Leven
additional composer:
George Bruns
composer:
Victor Herbert (composer)
5:39
2Someday My Prince Will Come
recording engineer:
Herbert Zaussinger (on 1989-04-29)
producer:
Leo Feigin (Soviet/British producer/founder Leo Records, 1938-)
editor:
Steve Plews (UK composer and jazz pianist)
bass [electric bass]:
Arthur Joonie Booth (on 1989-04-29)
drums (drum set):
Earl "Buster" Smith (on 1989-04-29)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Sun Ra (on 1989-04-29)
recorded at:
Jazzatelier Ulrichsberg in Ulrichsberg, Oberösterreich, Austria (on 1989-04-29)
live cover recording of:
Someday My Prince Will Come (on 1989-04-29)
lyricist:
Larry Morey
composer:
Frank Churchill
publisher:
Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher) (in 1937)
part of:
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 Disney animated film, songs and musical score)
7:53
3Frisco Fog
recording engineer:
Herbert Zaussinger (on 1989-04-29)
producer:
Leo Feigin (Soviet/British producer/founder Leo Records, 1938-)
editor:
Steve Plews (UK composer and jazz pianist)
bass [electric bass]:
Arthur Joonie Booth (on 1989-04-29)
drums (drum set):
Earl "Buster" Smith (on 1989-04-29)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Sun Ra (on 1989-04-29)
recorded at:
Jazzatelier Ulrichsberg in Ulrichsberg, Oberösterreich, Austria (on 1989-04-29)
live cover recording of:
Frisco Fog (on 1989-04-29)
composer:
Allan Roberts (songwriter) and Leon Carr
3:20
4I'm Wishing
recording engineer:
Herbert Zaussinger (on 1989-04-29)
producer:
Leo Feigin (Soviet/British producer/founder Leo Records, 1938-)
editor:
Steve Plews (UK composer and jazz pianist)
bass [electric bass]:
Arthur Joonie Booth (on 1989-04-29)
drums (drum set):
Earl "Buster" Smith (on 1989-04-29)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Sun Ra (on 1989-04-29)
recorded at:
Jazzatelier Ulrichsberg in Ulrichsberg, Oberösterreich, Austria (on 1989-04-29)
live cover recording of:
I’m Wishing (on 1989-04-29)
lyricist:
Larry Morey
composer:
Frank Churchill and Leigh Harline
part of:
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 Disney animated film, songs and musical score)
10:18
5Zip a Dee Doo Dah
recording engineer:
Herbert Zaussinger (on 1989-04-29)
producer:
Leo Feigin (Soviet/British producer/founder Leo Records, 1938-)
editor:
Steve Plews (UK composer and jazz pianist)
bass [electric bass]:
Arthur Joonie Booth (on 1989-04-29)
drums (drum set):
Earl "Buster" Smith (on 1989-04-29)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Sun Ra (on 1989-04-29)
recorded at:
Jazzatelier Ulrichsberg in Ulrichsberg, Oberösterreich, Austria (on 1989-04-29)
live cover recording of:
Zip‐a‐Dee‐Doo‐Dah (Song of the South) (on 1989-04-29)
lyricist:
Ray Gilbert
composer:
Allie Wrubel
publisher:
Joy Music Inc. and Walt Disney Music Company (music publisher, do not use as release label) (in 1945)
part of:
The 20th Academy Award for Best Original Song (number: 1) and Academy Award for Best Original Song (number: 20)
part of:
Song of the South (1946 live action/animated film)
7:28
6Second Star to the Right
recording engineer:
Herbert Zaussinger (on 1989-04-29)
producer:
Leo Feigin (Soviet/British producer/founder Leo Records, 1938-)
editor:
Steve Plews (UK composer and jazz pianist)
bass [electric bass]:
Arthur Joonie Booth (on 1989-04-29)
drums (drum set):
Earl "Buster" Smith (on 1989-04-29)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Sun Ra (on 1989-04-29)
recorded at:
Jazzatelier Ulrichsberg in Ulrichsberg, Oberösterreich, Austria (on 1989-04-29)
live cover recording of:
The Second Star to the Right (Peter Pan, 1953 animated film) (on 1989-04-29)
lyricist:
Sammy Cahn
composer:
Sammy Fain
publisher:
Walt Disney Music Co. Ltd. and Walt Disney Music Company (music publisher, do not use as release label)
part of:
Peter Pan (1953 Disney animated film soundtrack and score)
9:58
7High Ho! High Ho!
recording engineer:
Herbert Zaussinger (on 1989-04-29)
producer:
Leo Feigin (Soviet/British producer/founder Leo Records, 1938-)
editor:
Steve Plews (UK composer and jazz pianist)
bass [electric bass]:
Arthur Joonie Booth (on 1989-04-29)
drums (drum set):
Earl "Buster" Smith (on 1989-04-29)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Sun Ra (on 1989-04-29)
recorded at:
Jazzatelier Ulrichsberg in Ulrichsberg, Oberösterreich, Austria (on 1989-04-29)
live cover recording of:
Heigh‐Ho (The Dwarfs’ Marching Song) (on 1989-04-29)
lyricist:
Larry Morey
composer:
Frank Churchill
publisher:
Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher)
part of:
On est toutes Blanche-Neige
part of:
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 Disney animated film, songs and musical score)
9:06
8Whistle While You Work
recording engineer:
Herbert Zaussinger (on 1989-04-29)
producer:
Leo Feigin (Soviet/British producer/founder Leo Records, 1938-)
editor:
Steve Plews (UK composer and jazz pianist)
bass [electric bass]:
Arthur Joonie Booth (on 1989-04-29)
drums (drum set):
Earl "Buster" Smith (on 1989-04-29)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Sun Ra (on 1989-04-29)
recorded at:
Jazzatelier Ulrichsberg in Ulrichsberg, Oberösterreich, Austria (on 1989-04-29)
live cover recording of:
Whistle While You Work (from "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs") (on 1989-04-29)
lyricist:
Larry Morey
composer:
Frank Churchill
publisher:
Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher)
part of:
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 Disney animated film, songs and musical score)
10:33