Disney: Greatest Musicals

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CD 1
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1Breaking Free
executive producer:
Bill Borden (producer), Kenny Ortega and Barry Rosenbush
additional lead vocals:
Zac Efron
lead vocals:
Vanessa Hudgens and Drew Seeley
recording of:
Breaking Free
writer:
Jamie Houston
publisher:
Walt Disney Music Company, Inc. (music publisher, do not use as release label), ヤマハミュージックEH(P+CM) and ユニバーサル・ミュージック・パブリッシング Synch事業部
Zac Efron & Vanessa Hudgens2.53:28
2The Bare Necessities
mixer:
Bruce Botnick
vocals:
Phil Harris (US singer, songwriter, jazz musician, actor and comedian) and Bruce Reitherman
performer:
Phil Harris (US singer, songwriter, jazz musician, actor and comedian)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Walt Disney Productions, Ltd. (in 1967)
mixed at:
Digital Magnetics in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
recording of:
The Bare Necessities
lyricist and composer:
Terry Gilkyson
publisher:
Campbell Connelly & Co. Ltd. and Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing) (in 1964)
part of:
The Jungle Book (1967 Disney film soundtrack)
Terry Gilkyson54:50
3The Circle of Life
recording of:
Circle of Life (The Lion King)
lyricist:
Tim Rice
composer:
Elton John (English singer, songwriter, pianist, and composer)
publisher:
Warner/Chappell Artemis Music Limited and Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing) (in 1994)
part of:
The Lion King (Live in Prague)
part of:
The Lion King (2019 film soundtrack)
part of:
The Lion King (stage musical)
part of:
The Lion King (1994 film soundtrack)
Elton John4:31
4Strangers Like Me
producer:
Phil Collins (of Genesis)
electric bass guitar:
Nathan East
guitar:
Michael Landau
vocals:
Phil Collins (of Genesis)
arranger:
Phil Collins (of Genesis) and Mark Mancina (American soundtrack composer)
recording of:
Strangers Like Me
lyricist and composer:
Phil Collins (of Genesis)
Phil Collins3:02
5Chim Chim Cher-Ee (1964 Recording)
vocals:
Julie Andrews (English actress/vocalist) (from 1963-04-12 until 1963-12-20), Karen Dotrice (from 1963-04-12 until 1963-12-20), Matthew Garber (from 1963-04-12 until 1963-12-20) and Dick Van Dyke (US actor) (from 1963-04-12 until 1963-12-20)
conductor:
Irwin Kostal (from 1963-04-12 until 1963-12-20)
arranger:
Irwin Kostal
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Walt Disney Productions, Ltd. (in 1964)
recording of:
Chim Chim Cher-ee (Mary Poppins) (from 1963-04-12 until 1963-12-20)
lyricist and composer:
Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman (American songwriter)
publisher:
Campbell Connelly & Co. Ltd., The Walt Disney Co. and Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing) (in 1964)
part of:
Academy Award for Best Original Song (number: 37)
part of:
Mary Poppins (stage version)
part of:
Mary Poppins (1964 film version)
Richard M. Sherman & Robert B. Sherman52:47
6Be Our Guest
conductor:
Michael Kosarin
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution, Inc. (rights holders and distribution) (in 1994)
recording of:
Be Our Guest (Beauty and the Beast)
lyricist:
Howard Ashman (in 1991)
composer:
Alan Menken (in 1991)
publisher:
ヤマハミュージックEH(CM), 日音 Synch事業部, Walt Disney Music Company, Inc. (music publisher, do not use as release label) (in 1991) and Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing) (in 1991)
part of:
Beauty and the Beast (1991 Disney animated film soundtrack and score)
part of:
Beauty and the Beast (2017 Disney film soundtrack)
part of:
Beauty and the Beast (stage musical)
Alan Menken6:54
7That's How You Know
co-producer:
Robbie Buchanan, Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz (musical theatre lyricist/composer)
mixer:
Frank Filipetti
arranger:
Martin Erskine
recording of:
That's How You Know
lyricist:
Stephen Schwartz (musical theatre lyricist/composer)
composer:
Alan Menken
Amy Adams43:50
8Thomas O'Malley Cat
vocals:
Phil Harris (US singer, songwriter, jazz musician, actor and comedian)
recording of:
Thomas O’Malley Cat
lyricist and composer:
Terry Gilkyson
Terry Gilkyson2:35
9Under the Sea
producer:
Howard Ashman, Robert Kraft and Alan Menken
vocals:
Samuel E. Wright (US actor, voice actor & singer)
recording of:
Under the Sea (The Little Mermaid)
lyricist:
Howard Ashman
composer:
Alan Menken
publisher:
ヤマハミュージックEH(CM), 日音 Synch事業部, Walt Disney Music Company, Inc. (music publisher, do not use as release label) (in 1989) and Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing) (in 1989)
part of:
Academy Award for Best Original Song (number: 62)
is based on:
The Beautiful Briny (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
part of:
Journey of KINGDOM HEARTS
part of:
The Little Mermaid (1989 film soundtrack)
Alan Menken3.53:14
10What's This?
recording engineer:
Robert Fernandez, Bill Jackson (American engineer) and Shawn Murphy (producer/engineer)
assistant engineer:
Andy Bass, Bill Easystone, Mike Piersante (recording engineer & mixer) and Sharon Rice (Los Angeles sound engineer)
associate producer:
Bob Badami and Richard Kraft
producer:
Danny Elfman (American singer and score composer)
mixer:
Shawn Murphy (producer/engineer)
assistant editor:
Letitia Rogers
editor:
Bob Badami
vocals and performer:
Danny Elfman (American singer and score composer)
conductor:
Chris Boardman
recording of:
What’s This? (Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas)
orchestrator:
Steve Bartek
lyricist and composer:
Danny Elfman (American singer and score composer)
publisher:
Buena Vista Music Company
Danny Elfman43:06
11One Jump Ahead
recording engineer:
Bruce Botnick and Michael Farrow
producer:
Alan Menken and Tim Rice
mixer:
Bruce Botnick
editor:
Kathleen Fogarty-Bennett
vocals:
Brad Kane (American singer, actor, producer and writer)
conductor:
David Friedman (film and theatre composer, songwriter, author, lyricist and conductor)
arranger:
Alan Menken and Danny Troob
vocals arranger:
David Friedman (film and theatre composer, songwriter, author, lyricist and conductor)
orchestrator:
Danny Troob
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution, Inc. (rights holders and distribution) (in 1992)
recording of:
One Jump Ahead (Aladdin)
lyricist:
Tim Rice
composer:
Alan Menken
publisher:
Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing)
part of:
Aladdin (1992 film soundtrack)
part of:
Aladdin (stage musical based on the 1992 Disney animated film)
Alan Menken42:24
12Zero to Hero
producer:
Alan Menken
vocals:
Tawatha Agee, Cheryl Freeman, LaChanze, Roz Ryan, Vaneese Thomas and Lillias White
conductor:
Michael Kosarin
arranger and orchestrator:
Danny Troob
vocals arranger:
Michael Kosarin
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Walt Disney Records (in 1997)
recording of:
Zero to Hero
lyricist:
David Zippel
composer:
Alan Menken
publisher:
Walt Disney Music Company, Inc. (music publisher, do not use as release label) and Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing)
part of:
Hercules (1997 Disney animated feature film soundtrack)
Alan Menken22:20
13Give a Little Whistle
vocals:
Cliff Edwards (actor/musician, best known as the voice of Jiminy Cricket) and Dickie Jones
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Walt Disney Productions, Ltd. (in 1940)
recording of:
Give a Little Whistle (Pinocchio)
lyricist:
Ned Washington
composer:
Leigh Harline
Leigh Harline21:37
14I Just Can't Wait to Be King
recording engineer and mixer:
Jay Rifkin
producer:
Mark Mancina (American soundtrack composer)
editor:
Adam Smalley
additional vocals:
Rowan Atkinson and Laura Williams (musical theatre vocalist)
lead vocals:
Jason Weaver
vocals:
Rowan Atkinson
conductor:
Nick Glennie‐Smith
arranger:
Mark Mancina (American soundtrack composer)
orchestrator:
Bruce Fowler (trombonist, played with Zappa) and Nick Glennie‐Smith
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution, Inc. (rights holders and distribution) (in 1994)
recording of:
I Just Can’t Wait to Be King (The Lion King)
lyricist:
Tim Rice
composer:
Elton John (English singer, songwriter, pianist, and composer)
publisher:
ヤマハミュージックEH(CM), 日音 Synch事業部, Walt Disney Music Company, Inc. (music publisher, do not use as release label) (in 1994) and Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing) (in 1994)
part of:
The Lion King (stage musical)
part of:
The Lion King (1994 film soundtrack)
part of:
The Lion King (2019 film soundtrack)
Elton John22:50
15You Are the Music in Me
programming:
Jamie Houston and Iki Levy
additional engineer:
Dan Rudin
engineer and producer:
Jamie Houston
mixer:
Joel Soyffer
vocals:
Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens
arranger:
Jamie Houston
mixed at:
Coney Island Studios in Glendale, California, United States
recording of:
You Are the Music in Me
composer:
Jamie Houston
Zac Efron & Vanessa Hudgens3:29
16The Age of Not Believing
lead vocals:
Angela Lansbury
vocals:
Angela Lansbury
orchestra:
Disney Studio Orchestra
conductor:
Irwin Kostal
recording of:
The Age of Not Believing (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
lyricist and composer:
Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman (American songwriter)
Richard M. Sherman & Robert B. Sherman3:17
17All in the Golden Afternoon
vocals:
Kathryn Beaumont
recording of:
All in the Golden Afternoon (Alice in Wonderland, 1951 film)
lyricist:
Bob Hilliard
composer:
Sammy Fain
part of:
Alice in Wonderland (1951 Disney animated film)
Sammy Fain2:42
18Some Day My Prince Will Come
producer:
Michael Leon (producer of several Disney film soundtracks) and Randy Thornton (Disney producer/engineer)
vocals:
Adriana Caselotti
conductor:
Frank Churchill
recording of:
Someday My Prince Will Come
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)
Frank Churchill1:54
19Once Upon a Dream
vocals:
Mary Costa (soprano) and Bill Shirley
recording of:
Once Upon a Dream (from Disney’s 1959 animated flim Sleeping Beauty)
writer:
Sammy Fain and Jack Lawrence (US songwriter)
publisher:
Walt Disney Music Company, Inc. (music publisher, do not use as release label)
is based on:
Спящая красавица, op. 66 (The Sleeping Beauty)
George Bruns2:46
20Candle on the Water
vocals:
Helen Reddy
recording of:
Candle on the Water
writer:
Joel Hirschhorn (songwriter) and Al Kasha (composer, songwriter and arranger)
part of:
Pete’s Dragon (1977 Disney film)
Al Kasha & Joel Hirschhorn3:07
21Written in the Stars
vocals:
Heather Headley and Adam Pascal
recording of:
Written in the Stars
lyricist:
Tim Rice
composer:
Elton John (English singer, songwriter, pianist, and composer)
publisher:
Wixen Music Publishing, Inc. and Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing)
Elton John3:17
22When You Wish Upon a Star
lead vocals:
Cliff Edwards (actor/musician, best known as the voice of Jiminy Cricket)
vocals:
Cliff Edwards (actor/musician, best known as the voice of Jiminy Cricket) and Dickie Jones
recording of:
When You Wish Upon a Star
lyricist:
Ned Washington
composer:
Leigh Harline
publisher:
Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher) and Chappell Music Ltd.
part of:
Academy Award for Best Original Song (number: 13)
medley of:
When You Wish Upon a Star (individual music cue from Pinocchio)
medley of:
Little Wooden Head (individual music cue from Pinocchio)
medley of:
When You Wish Upon a Star (individual music cue from Pinocchio)
part of:
Celebrate the Future Hand in Hand
Leigh Harline3:14
CD 2
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1Happy Working Song
co-producer:
Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz (musical theatre lyricist/composer)
recording of:
Happy Working Song
lyricist:
Stephen Schwartz (musical theatre lyricist/composer)
composer:
Alan Menken
Amy Adams2:10
2Two Worlds
recording of:
Two Worlds
lyricist and composer:
Phil Collins (of Genesis)
Phil Collins5:12
3Step in Time
engineer:
David Hunt (engineer)
producer:
David Caddick
vocals:
Laura Michelle Kelly (in 2005), Gavin Lee (in 2005), Charlotte Spencer (in 2005) and Harry Stott (in 2005)
conductor:
Nick Davies (conductor) (in 2005)
vocals arranger:
George Stiles
orchestrator:
William David Brohn (American arranger and orchestrator)
recorded at:
Prince Edward Theatre in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 2005)
recording of:
Step in Time (Mary Poppins) (in 2005)
lyricist and composer:
Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman (American songwriter)
part of:
Mary Poppins (stage version)
part of:
Mary Poppins (1964 film version)
Richard M. Sherman & Robert B. Sherman5:35
4Human Again
lead vocals:
Angela Lansbury, Jerry Orbach, David Ogden Stiers and Jo Anne Worley
conductor:
David Friedman (film and theatre composer, songwriter, author, lyricist and conductor)
recording of:
Human Again (Beauty and the Beast, cut from the original 1991 film version, lyrics revised for the stage version, restored in 2002 in a special DVD edition of the film)
additional lyricist:
Tim Rice (in 1994)
lyricist:
Howard Ashman (in 1991)
composer:
Alan Menken (in 1991)
publisher:
Walt Disney Music Company, Inc. (music publisher, do not use as release label) (in 1994) and Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing) (in 1994)
part of:
Beauty and the Beast (1991 Disney animated film soundtrack and score)
Alan Menken4:54
5The Bells of Notre Dame
recording engineer and mixer:
Bruce Botnick
producer:
Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz (musical theatre lyricist/composer)
vocals:
Tony Jay (English-American voice, stage, film & television actor), Paul Kandel and David Ogden Stiers
conductor:
Jack Everly (conductor)
arranger and orchestrator:
Michael Starobin
vocals arranger:
David Friedman (film and theatre composer, songwriter, author, lyricist and conductor)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution, Inc. (rights holders and distribution) (in 1996)
recording of:
The Bells of Notre Dame (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
lyricist:
Stephen Schwartz (musical theatre lyricist/composer)
composer:
Alan Menken
publisher:
Walt Disney Music Company, Inc. (music publisher, do not use as release label) (in 1996) and Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing) (in 1996)
part of:
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996 film soundtrack)
Alan Menken56:25
6Poor Unfortunate Souls
vocals:
Pat Carroll (American actress & voice actor)
recording of:
Poor Unfortunate Souls (The Little Mermaid)
lyricist:
Howard Ashman
composer:
Alan Menken
publisher:
ヤマハミュージックEH(CM), 日音 Synch事業部, Walt Disney Music Company, Inc. (music publisher, do not use as release label) (in 1989) and Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing) (in 1989)
part of:
The Little Mermaid (1989 film soundtrack)
part of:
The Little Mermaid (2008 Broadway musical based on the 1989 Disney film)
Alan Menken4:51
7Colors of the Wind
recording engineer and mixer:
John Richards (engineer)
producer:
Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz (musical theatre lyricist/composer)
editor:
Kathleen Fogarty-Bennett
vocals:
Judy Kuhn
conductor:
David Friedman (film and theatre composer, songwriter, author, lyricist and conductor)
arranger:
Martin Erskine and Danny Troob
vocals arranger:
David Friedman (film and theatre composer, songwriter, author, lyricist and conductor)
orchestrator:
Danny Troob
recording of:
Colors of the Wind (Pocahontas, 1995)
lyricist:
Stephen Schwartz (musical theatre lyricist/composer)
composer:
Alan Menken
publisher:
Walt Disney Music Company, Inc. (music publisher, do not use as release label) and Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing)
part of:
Academy Award for Best Original Song (number: 68)
part of:
Pocahontas (1995 Disney animated film soundtrack)
Alan Menken3:34
8Reflection
recording engineer and mixer:
Frank Wolf (engineer at Skyline Recording)
producer:
Matthew Wilder
vocals:
Lea Salonga
conductor:
Paul Bogaev
arranger and orchestrator:
Douglas Besterman
vocals arranger:
Matthew Wilder
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Disney Enterprises, Inc. (not for release label use!) (in 1998)
recording of:
Reflection
lyricist:
David Zippel
composer:
Matthew Wilder
publisher:
Walt Disney Music Company, Inc. (music publisher, do not use as release label), ヤマハミュージックEH(P+CM) and ユニバーサル・ミュージック・パブリッシング Synch事業部
part of:
Mulan (film soundtrack)
Matthew Wilder & David Zippel2:27
9A Whole New World
recording engineer:
Bruce Botnick and Michael Farrow
producer:
Alan Menken and Tim Rice
mixer:
Bruce Botnick
editor:
Kathleen Fogarty-Bennett
vocals:
Brad Kane (American singer, actor, producer and writer) and Lea Salonga
conductor:
David Friedman (film and theatre composer, songwriter, author, lyricist and conductor)
arranger:
Alan Menken and Danny Troob
vocals arranger:
David Friedman (film and theatre composer, songwriter, author, lyricist and conductor)
orchestrator:
Danny Troob
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution, Inc. (rights holders and distribution) (in 1992)
recording of:
A Whole New World (Aladdin)
lyricist:
Tim Rice
composer:
Alan Menken
publisher:
Walt Disney Music Company, Inc. (music publisher, do not use as release label) (in 1992) and Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing) (in 1992)
part of:
Aladdin (stage musical based on the 1992 Disney animated film)
part of:
Aladdin (1992 film soundtrack)
Alan Menken42:41
10Go the Distance
producer:
Alan Menken
lead vocals [Young Hercules]:
Roger Bart
conductor:
Michael Kosarin
arranger and orchestrator:
Danny Troob
vocals arranger:
Michael Kosarin
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Walt Disney Records (in 1997)
recording of:
Go the Distance (Hercules, film version)
lyricist:
David Zippel
composer:
Alan Menken
publisher:
Walt Disney Music Company, Inc. (music publisher, do not use as release label) and Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing)
music quoted on:
A True Hero
part of:
Hercules (1997 Disney animated feature film soundtrack)
Alan Menken53:14
11I Wan'na Be Like You (The Monkey Song)
lead vocals, other vocals [scat] and spoken vocals:
Louis Prima
vocals:
Phil Harris (US singer, songwriter, jazz musician, actor and comedian) and Bruce Reitherman
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Walt Disney Productions, Ltd. (in 1967)
recording of:
I Wan’na Be Like You (The Monkey Song)
lyricist and composer:
Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman (American songwriter)
publisher:
Campbell Connelly & Co. Ltd. and Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing) (in 1966)
part of:
The Jungle Book (1967 Disney film soundtrack)
Richard M. Sherman & Robert B. Sherman24:37
12Oogie Boogie's Song
recording engineer:
Robert Fernandez, Bill Jackson (American engineer) and Shawn Murphy (producer/engineer)
assistant engineer:
Andy Bass, Bill Easystone, Mike Piersante (recording engineer & mixer) and Sharon Rice (Los Angeles sound engineer)
associate producer:
Bob Badami and Richard Kraft
producer:
Danny Elfman (American singer and score composer)
mixer:
Shawn Murphy (producer/engineer)
assistant editor:
Letitia Rogers
editor:
Bob Badami
vocals:
Ed Ivory and Ken Page
conductor:
Chris Boardman
additional performer:
Ed Ivory
performer:
Ken Page
recording of:
Oogie Boogie’s Song (Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas)
orchestrator:
Steve Bartek and Danny Elfman (American singer and score composer)
lyricist and composer:
Danny Elfman (American singer and score composer)
Danny Elfman53:17
13A Spoonful of Sugar
lead vocals:
Julie Andrews (English actress/vocalist)
vocals:
Julie Andrews (English actress/vocalist)
orchestra:
Disney Studio Orchestra
conductor:
Irwin Kostal
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Walt Disney Productions, Ltd. (in 1964)
recording of:
A Spoonful of Sugar (Mary Poppins)
lyricist and composer:
Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman (American songwriter)
publisher:
Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing) (in 1964)
lyrics quoted on:
A Man Has Dreams (Mary Poppins)
music quoted on:
A Man Has Dreams (Mary Poppins)
part of:
Mary Poppins (1964 film version)
part of:
Mary Poppins (stage version)
Richard M. Sherman & Robert B. Sherman24:08
14Eating the Peach
spoken vocals:
Miriam Margolyes and Susan Sarandon
vocals:
Jeff Bennett (US voice actor), Simon Callow, Drew Harrah, Jane Leeves, Paul Terry (James and the Giant Peach actor/singer), Sally Stevens and David Thewlis
recording of:
Eating the Peach (James and the Giant Peach)
lyricist and composer:
Randy Newman (American singer-songwriter)
part of:
James and the Giant Peach (1996 film soundtrack)
part of:
James y el melocotón gigante (James and the Giant Peach, 1996 film soundtrack, Spanish version)
Randy Newman2:53
15Belle
additional vocals:
Mary Kay Bergman and Alec Murphy
lead vocals:
Paige O’Hara and Richard White (US actor, opera singer and voice actor)
conductor:
David Friedman (film and theatre composer, songwriter, author, lyricist and conductor)
recording of:
Belle (Beauty and the Beast)
lyricist:
Howard Ashman (in 1991)
composer:
Alan Menken (in 1991)
publisher:
ヤマハミュージックEH(CM), 日音 Synch事業部, Walt Disney Music Company, Inc. (music publisher, do not use as release label) (in 1991) and Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing) (in 1991)
part of:
Beauty and the Beast (stage musical)
part of:
Beauty and the Beast (1991 Disney animated film soundtrack and score)
part of:
Beauty and the Beast (2017 Disney film soundtrack)
Alan Menken45:05
16Seize the Day
recording of:
Seize the Day (Newsies)
lyricist:
Jack Feldman
composer:
Alan Menken
publisher:
Menken Music, Trunksong Music Ltd. and Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (a division of Disney Music Publishing)
Alan Menken2:01
17Fortuosity
vocals:
Tommy Steele ('50s English singer)
Richard M. Sherman & Robert B. Sherman3:11
18Whistle While You Work
producer:
Michael Leon (producer of several Disney film soundtracks) and Randy Thornton (Disney producer/engineer)
vocals:
Adriana Caselotti
conductor:
Frank Churchill
recording of:
Whistle While You Work
lyricist:
Larry Morey
composer:
Frank Churchill
part of:
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 Disney animated film, songs and musical score)
Frank Churchill43:25
19Baby Mine
vocals:
Betty Noyes
recording of:
Baby Mine (Dumbo)
lyricist:
Ned Washington
composer:
Frank Churchill
publisher:
Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher) and 日音 Synch事業部
Frank Churchill2:06
20We're All in This Together
executive producer:
Bill Borden (producer), Kenny Ortega and Barry Rosenbush
recording of:
We’re All in This Together (Highschool Musical)
writer:
Matthew Gerrard and Robbie Nevil
publisher:
Walt Disney Music Company, Inc. (music publisher, do not use as release label)
Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale & Lucas Grabeel3:51

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