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I play music that is old and that is new. Some of it is digital while some is analog. It is from many different countries; sometimes it is loud and at other times it is quiet.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Images Approx. start time
Disneyland  Please Remain Seated   Options The Sound of Very Old Disneyland       
Scott Joplin  Maple Leaf Rag   Options Frog Legs: Ragtime Era Favorites  Kazoomzoom  2010  Available at FMA    0:00:16 (Pop‑up)
Blind Boy Fuller  Rag, Mama, Rag   Options East Coast Piedmont Style  Columbia  1991      0:02:58 (Pop‑up)
Sam Fan Thomas  Oulabebe Meu   Options Funky New Bell  Disques Tropiques  1977      0:06:01 (Pop‑up)
Soloist from Guinea National Orchestra  Solo De Balafon   Options Guinée: Récits Et Épopées  Ocora   1992  Recorded in 1986    0:11:25 (Pop‑up)
Names unknown Shuar people  Tsanta (Shrunken Head) Song   Options Anthology of Central and South American Indian Music  Folkways Records  1975      0:14:41 (Pop‑up)
Robert Millis  Gecko, Laos / Water Pump And Temple Orchestra Duet, Cambodia   Options Leaf Music Drunks Distant Drums  Anomalous Records  2004      0:15:50 (Pop‑up)
Musicians Of The National Dance Company Of Cambodia  Tep Monorom Dance   Options Homrong  Caroline Records  1991      0:18:27 (Pop‑up)
Buddy Baker  Haunted Mansion   Options The Sound of Very Old Disneyland       
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Buddy Baker   Mansion Ballroom Organ Music with Gunshots   Options        
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Toru Takemitsu 武満徹  Sky, Horse And Death Concrete Music   Options Toru Takemitsu  Philips  1966      0:43:53 (Pop‑up)
Calato  Steve Reich (Noise Para Viejos)   Options Swong  PSH Ediziones   2016      0:47:07 (Pop‑up)
Anne Gillis  Untitled   Options Davil's Picnic - Archives Box 1983-2005  Art Into Life  2015      0:48:46 (Pop‑up)
White Noise  My Game Of Loving   Options An Electric Storm  Island Records  1969      0:54:15 (Pop‑up)
The Beach Boys  Lavender [Rehearsal Take 1]   Options Becoming The Beach Boys: The Complete Hite & Dorinda Morgan Sessions  Omnivore Recordings   2016  Recorded in 1961 - 62    0:58:34 (Pop‑up)
Dalek I Love You  Holiday In Disneyland (from side B)   Options Holiday In Disneyland  Korova   1982      1:08:51 (Pop‑up)
Disneyland  Monorail   Options The Sound of Very Old Disneyland          1:11:19 (Pop‑up)
Z-Pasta  Gagarin   Options Z-Pasta  Good Noise  1983      1:17:46 (Pop‑up)
Buddy Baker / George Bruns  Journey to Inner Space   Options The Sound of Very Old Disneyland          1:22:51 (Pop‑up)
Raymond Scott  The Bass-Line Generator   Options Manhattan Research, Inc.  Basta  2000      1:37:53 (Pop‑up)
Charanjit Singh  Raga Bhairav   Options Synthesizing: Ten Ragas To A Disco Beat  Bombay Connection  2010  Recorded in 1982    1:41:16 (Pop‑up)
The Juan MacLean  The Future Will Come   Options The Future Will Come  DFA   2009      1:46:44 (Pop‑up)
Radionics Radio  The Magician's Apprentice   Options An Album Of Musical Radionic Thought-Frequencies  Sub Rosa  2016      1:51:37 (Pop‑up)
Berliner Philharmoniker, James Levine and Simon Preston  Dukas: The Sorcerer's Apprentice   Options Saint-Saëns: Symphony No. 3 "Organ" / Dukas: L'Apprenti Sorcier (The Sorcerer's Apprentice)  Deutsche Grammophon  1987      1:56:10 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Scott Joplin 

The Entertainer   Options






2:06:30 (Pop‑up)
Michael Hurley  Grand Canyon Line   Options Armchair Boogie  Raccoon  1971      2:18:43 (Pop‑up)
Mississippi Fred McDowell  Goin' To The River (Carry My Rocking Chair)   Options Live At The Gaslight  Grapeshot Media  2008  Original 1971    2:22:47 (Pop‑up)
Johnnie Frierson  Miracles   Options Have You Been Good to Yourself  Light In The Attic  2016      2:27:44 (Pop‑up)
Jerome Rothenberg  Spells and Charms: Songs in the Garden of the House God (Navajo)   Options From a Shaman's Notebook - Primitive and Archaic Poetry  Broadside Records  1969      2:31:13 (Pop‑up)
Fort Wingate Indian School  Song of Happiness   Options Music of the Sioux and the Navajo  Folkways Recordings  1949      2:32:24 (Pop‑up)
Henriette Winkler  Tona ua'a   Options Vaitapiha  Tiare Tahiti Records        2:33:37 (Pop‑up)
Kuiokalani Lee  I'll Remember You   Options The Extraordinary Kui Lee  Columbia  1966      2:36:51 (Pop‑up)
Hoot Gibson  Na Moku Eha (The Four Islands)   Options Hawaiian Steel Guitar Classics 1927 - 1938  Folklyric Records  1993      2:39:17 (Pop‑up)
Buddy Baker / George Bruns  Yo Ho A Pirate's Life For Me - The Pirates Of The Caribbean   Options           2:43:10 (Pop‑up)
Michael Cooney  Blow Ye Winds   Options Songs & Sounds of the Sea  National Geographic Society  1973      2:48:33 (Pop‑up)
Dakota Suite & Vampillia  Nagisa / Isonade   Options The Sea Is Never Full  Karaoke Kalk  2016      2:51:22 (Pop‑up)
Perrey & Kingsley  Baroque Hoedown   Options Kaleidoscopic Vibrations  Vanguard  1967      2:59:26 (Pop‑up)
Richard and Robert Sherman  It's A Great, Big Beautiful Tomorrow   Options The Sound of Very Old Disneyland          3:01:38 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Martin Denny 

Manila   Options






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Listener comments!

Avatar 6:47pm Mayuko:

There are a bunch of vintage Disneyland maps on this blog www.burningsettlerscabin.com... and you can create a paper model! Like I did for this playlist.......
Avatar 6:50pm Mayuko:

Also, we're in the silent fundraiser month now through the end of October... Would be much appreciated if you could donate to the station & help me reaching my goal by crediting your pledge to Play Vertigo...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01pm listener james from westwood:

Howdy Mayuko and pardners! Love that old-timey piano music!
Avatar 12:04pm Mayuko:

Good afternoon james! How did things go in Atlantic City?
Avatar 12:08pm Mayuko:

It's a re-interpretation of a day in Disneyland on Play Vertigo today! Extended to 3 hours because Disneyland was a bit too big to cover in 2 hours...
Avatar 12:12pm fred:

Good afternoon Mayuko, James and others. Pretty annoyed to be here today: the Vaudou Game show is sold out. Worse: the Kakushin Nishihara show in late November is already sold out too! I really didn't see that coming
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:12pm listener james from westwood:

Made a small donation to the local poker economy, but enjoyed myself a ton and didn't do a lick of work! And happy to have three hours today—will be working alongside!
  12:16pm P-90:

Ohayo Mayuko and Vertigologists
  12:17pm P-90:

Yes, I know noon is a little too late for 'Ohayo"
Avatar 12:18pm fred:

Wow, the pledging system is even worse than during the regular marathon. If this doesn't improve by next year I won't even be able to pledge as much as I want
Avatar 12:20pm Mayuko:

Oh my god! That is annoying, fred, you got some magic kingdom here instead, hope it helps a bit, haha.
and konnichiwa, P-90! thanks for tuning in!
Avatar 12:23pm fred:

An extra hour of vertigo will be magic enough for me. This Cambodian dance track is already making me happy to be here
Avatar 12:24pm Mayuko:

Glad you didn't come back being a wreck, james, that'd be what happen to me at casino, but I guess you know that you doing there.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:25pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Cool map. I hope they have one for EPCOT, too.
Avatar 12:28pm fred:

@Ken: They have this: static1.squarespace.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:31pm coelacanth:

greetings Mayuko and All
  12:31pm P-90:

Haunted Mansion!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:34pm listener james from westwood:

Paul Frees on vocals, here?
  12:35pm P-90:

Voice of Paul frees
Avatar 12:35pm Mayuko:

Avatar 12:35pm fred:

I'm not sure I got that right, but I heard there is an "experimental" music venue in Beijing that exists because they could get the place cheap due to haunting rumors
Avatar 12:36pm Jason Elbogen:

Hello all!
Avatar 12:36pm Mayuko:

Hey Ken, and coelacanth! Thank you for tuning in!
Avatar 12:37pm Mayuko:

ah! Good afternoon, Jason!!
Avatar 12:39pm Jason Elbogen:

Fred--yesterday I came up with this circular rationale for pledging: People should pledge so we can use the money to fix the pledging system.
Avatar 12:40pm Mayuko:

I learned about Pepper's ghost effect from Haunted Mansion. I used to imagine these ghosts were made of hologram when I was a child. I think it's amazing!!!!!! I wanna try it myself.
Avatar 12:40pm Jason Elbogen:

Hey Mayuko--nice meeting you the other week.
Avatar 12:40pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

The true story of the unauthorized, daredevil documentation of the Horizons ride at Disney World:
Avatar 12:40pm Mayuko:

@Jason very good point re:the money to fix the pledging system.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:41pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Neat. Thanks, fred. It feels slightly more fall-ish here today. A little cooler and the leaves are turning.
Avatar 12:42pm fred:

@Jason: I missed the show yesterday to go at a screening of a documentary about Magma's tour in China. I'm no Magma fan, but it's a friend's first movie as a director
Avatar 12:43pm Mayuko:

oh wow! I def need to check out that link after my show, Kenzo, thank you! And welcome on board!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:44pm listener james from westwood:

That organ music goes well with a national killer-clown outbreak.
Avatar 12:44pm fred:

@Kenzo: I pledged less than an hour ago and this thing is a mess. You're sorely missed.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:45pm listener james from westwood:

People were talking about the goddamn killer clowns at the poker tables in Atlantic City of all places. It was urban-legend central.
Avatar 12:45pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

@fred: Yeah, well...
  12:46pm Armando R.:

Hi Mayuko! how are you
Avatar 12:51pm Mayuko:

Avatar 12:52pm Mayuko:

Hallo, Armando, thank you for tuning in! Is this Armando I know in person??
Avatar 12:52pm Jason Elbogen:

Yes. My students from China and Korea are particularly worried about the clown epidemic. (seriously)
Avatar 12:53pm fred:

@Kenzo: At least the email says my pledge was correctly credited to Mayuko and Marcel
  12:54pm Armando R.:

yes, wanted to check out your show today.
Avatar 12:56pm Mayuko:

What's that clown epidemic is all about?! I've been totally detached from reality this past week due to magic kingdom preparation.
Avatar 12:56pm Mayuko:

I'm glad! Thank you Armando!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:58pm listener james from westwood:

All I know is I won a prize at a Halloween costume party in 2007 for my chainsaw-wielding clown gear, so these clowns are 9 years late in my eyes.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:00pm Ken From Hyde Park:

One of the many sites reporting on the creepy clowns. www.atlasobscura.com...
  1:01pm Dean:

Just heard a great joke on radio about the creepy clown phenomenon:

Police investigating the spate of creepy clowns took in a mime for questioning. He refused to talk.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:02pm coelacanth:

greetings Mayuko and others
( - unfortunately just here for a moment)
Avatar 1:03pm fred:

Steve Reich turned 80 on Monday
  1:05pm Dean:

Steve Reich turned 80 on Monday turned 80 on Monday turned 80 on Monday Steve Reich turned 80 on Monday 80 on Monday 80 on Monday 80 on Monday Steve Reich turned 80 on Monday on Monday on Monday on Monday Monday Monday Monday...
Avatar 1:07pm Jason Elbogen:

Mayuko--there's was an interesting organist who worked at Disney in the 70's and 80's who actually put out an lp featuring very early synthesizers. His name was Michael Iceberg. Here's him in 1971:
Avatar 1:07pm fred:

@Dean: Nice phase work right there!
  1:10pm rw:

The ballroom scared me when I was a kid. The entire ride was a little scary, but I remember the ballroom specifically being pretty frightening.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:14pm listener james from westwood:

"Monorail . . . monorail . . . monorail . . . monorail . . ."
  1:15pm Dean:

Different Trains
  1:15pm P-90:

Philip Glass sent Reich a birthday card. Sent Reich a birthday card. Sent Reich a birthday card. Sent Reich a birthday card...
Avatar 1:15pm Mayuko:

Welcome aboard, Dean, and rw! I was scared too when I took that ride but that ball room blew my mind. I so love that organ arrangement of the main theme... Michael Iceberg sounds like something I'd love, jason! I'd definitely check him out!!!
Avatar 1:15pm Mayuko:

glad you can stay here even for a bit, coelacanth!
  1:16pm rw:

My friend Mike had sneaked a tape recorder into the Monsanto shrinking machine ride and recorded the entire thing. He could recite it verbatim. I wonder if he still remembers it...
Avatar 1:17pm Mayuko:

winning a prize in a Halloween costume party is really an accomplishment.
  1:18pm Dean:

I've always wanted to develop a deeply self-referential amusement destination, Town World Land Village Park.
  1:19pm rw:

The trick to winning best costume is to find a party with particularly apathetic guests.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:20pm Ken From Hyde Park:

"Welcome aboard the monorail."
  1:21pm Dean:

Buddy of mine used to go to Disneyland at least weekly, sometimes twice a week. Once he had the pleasure of giving a tour of the park to Tony Visconti and his then-wife, May Pang.
Avatar 1:22pm Mayuko:

self-referential amusement destination is like an amusement park recreating an amusement park...?
  1:22pm P-90:

Dean: I'l be at the Inaugural Premiere Ceremonial Grand Opening of TWLVP!
Avatar 1:22pm fred:

@P-90: I saw Lucinda Childs' Dance again this week. I love the dance, but the music gets in the way. Glass got tedious so fast it's no wonder he got more acclaim than Reich
  1:23pm Mark R:

Mayuko's too polite to ask, but I'm rude as hell: it's the Silent Fundraiser and WFMU really needs your support extra lots this year, so help us out! You can pick up some cool swag and your pet could become the new WFMU mascot!
  1:23pm Dean:

Heh, the *First Annual* Inaugural Premiere Ceremonial Grand Opening!
  1:23pm P-90:

Paul Frees again. No escape from Paul Frees.
  1:24pm rw:

Shrinking Machine!! Okay, I'm sending in a pledge...
Avatar 1:24pm fred:

I thought the best theme parks were underwater
Avatar 1:24pm Mayuko:

haha, whole Disneyland soundscapes were created by pretty much the same couple of people apparently.
  1:25pm Dean:

It would be a park depicting a village of lands consisting of worlds of towns.
Avatar 1:25pm Mayuko:

Mark R! Thank you! I should be doing my job instead of talking about all these magic crap! Glad you're here though!
  1:28pm rw:

Dare I go into the NUCLEUS of the atom??
  1:28pm Dean:

Okay, "magic crap" did it for me. I ponied up, if only a little. But it adds up over all the shows.
  1:28pm Mark R:

You're doing a great job keeping the crazy sounds spinning. It's a full-time thing--we'll pick up the slack out here. Come on you guys, if you like what you're hearing (and I know you do), help us stay on the air!
  1:28pm famous original italianicewolf:

Oh wow, I'm going to have to check out what I missed on the archives, what a cool concept!

There's a decent amount of old Disneyland and World videos on YouTube
  1:30pm famous original italianicewolf:

When I went to Disneyland Paris I went on its a small world, and the boat got stuck in the last room for an extra 10-15 minutes, ha ha.

Also there were women smoking in the ladies' room, which I sure didn't see in Florida!!
Avatar 1:31pm Jason Elbogen:

(Mayuko, let me know if you like what you hear of Michael Iceberg, I can send you a rip of his complete album)
Avatar 1:32pm Mayuko:

Ha, I see! The designers need to argue for a couple of years how they define what TWLVP is first - like Disney's imagineers did for Rivers of America. I saw a bunch of people having super detailed discussion on the internet about the renewal of Rivers of America. Looking at its sketch from architectural point of view, etc. And they're not even staffers, just fans. They must be people like your friend, Dean! I was overwhelmed!
  1:32pm P-90:

I rode this so many times when I was a kid, I never got tired of it. When you're little, these rides are like a dream you're having while awake. Then I dreamed about them in my sleep later...
Avatar 1:32pm fred:

@Jason: I think I remember that name. Did you play him on your show?
  1:33pm Dean:

My only memories of Disneyland are quite old. I haven't been since high school in the mid-'70s. By then I was jaded.

Yeah, my buddy was seriously into the place, kept track of all the "secrets" such as the hidden Mickeys (which, come to think of it, would make a good band name).
Avatar 1:35pm Mayuko:

famous original italianicewolf, welcome aboard! It's always fun to have your ride get stuck in Disneyland unless it's roller coaster... or even roller coaster... I watched a video someone took in Space Mountain, they got stacked and all the light turned on. That was funny.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:36pm listener james from westwood:

Never been to Disney parks and likely never will, so glad to have this audio tour!
  1:39pm P-90:

Downtown Capitol Boulevard Main Street Plaza is where you first enter TWLVP, then you decide in what order you want to visit the other Section Module Destination Area Location Experiences
  1:39pm Dean:

Disneyland is like an Apple store, rank capitalism and exploitation of human beings' most vulnerable appetites.
Avatar 1:40pm Mayuko:

I sure will, I know I will love it, thanks Jason!
Avatar 1:40pm fred:

I remember vividly the couple of times I got stuck in a stalled subway train going to a dance show. Not fun at all. And once I had to run around a student riot (last time I ever ran, something like 10 years ago). Always made it, but it was so close I got a seat way in the back
  1:41pm Dean:

Last year I had to wait for the USC marching band to cross the street before I could get to work.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:42pm listener james from westwood:

Diggin' this Singh!
Avatar 1:48pm Mayuko:

P-90 Many rides in Disneyland sure cultivated many of my dreams as a child too! And I think especially since I lived in a monocultural country, just to visually see that there are many different cultures and worlds out there was inspiring. Despite of the fact that they were not real, just fantasies.
Avatar 1:49pm Mayuko:

james, an audio tour without waiting in a long long long line, unlike Disneyland! Glad you're enjoying it.
  1:50pm Dean:

Another buddy of mine thought the Alice in Wonderland ride was like a good acid trip.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:50pm listener james from westwood:

And no grossly overpriced food!
Avatar 1:54pm Mayuko:

Haha, I thought it should have been Dumbo ride that's trippy assuming from the film... but Alice in Wonderland is pretty trippy story anyway. And I liked that cup spinning ride thing too, another Play of Vertigo!
  1:55pm P-90:

Dean: I highly recommend the Dr. Suess Land at Universal's Worlds of Wonder Park in Orlando. That really IS like physically being inside a good acid trip. And the Green Eggs and Ham are genuinely well-made and delicious
  1:57pm Dean:

My 5YO just yesterday attended a Dr. Seuss event on a field trip. Here on the West Coast the go-to Seuss destination is the main library at UCSD.

Those tea cups are deceptive.
  1:57pm famous original italianicewolf:

Love the spinning tea cups!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:57pm listener james from westwood:

Ah, good call on the bit o' "Fantasia" music!
  1:59pm rw:

Personally never done it, but I've had several friends through the years who would take acid and go to D-Land. I can't imagine. I think I'd have to just go hide in a corner somewhere.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:59pm listener james from westwood:

I was 5 or fewer years old when Disney re-released this film. Saw it with my parents. Very trippy at that age.
  2:00pm Dean:

All that's missing is The Eyes' "Disneyland"!
Avatar 2:00pm Mayuko:

That very much sounds like Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, rw.
Avatar 2:02pm Mayuko:

It still is trippy for my middle age, james! I love that film.
  2:03pm Mark R:

Love me some Saint-Saens!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:03pm listener james from westwood:

"We can't stop here! This is broom country!"
  2:03pm P-90:

The cool thing about the Teacups, they're one of the first rides they came up with unique to disneyland, is that kids can ride them when they're very little, but they're interactive: the kids can spin those wheels in the center and have some control over the speed and direction of the spinning cup they're getting dizzy in
  2:03pm rw:

Now that you mention it... I believe one of those friends was the one who loaned a copy Fear and Loathing to me.
  2:04pm rw:

P-90. Nothing cool about the Teacups for me. Not since I was VERY young. I get nauseous just thinking about them now!
  2:07pm P-90:

"Fear and Loathing at Disneyland"
--narrated by Paul Frees, of course, doing a caricature voice impression of Hunter S.
  2:07pm rw:

Though there is something compelling about spinning that wheel...
  2:08pm P-90:

@rw right? It's great to give little kids that chance to have some control of the ride
  2:08pm Dean:

Anybody remember the now forgotten metaphor, "E ticket"?
  2:08pm Dean:

  2:09pm Dean:

I know three people who worked at Disneyland, and I'm married to one of them.
  2:10pm P-90:

@Dean: some older writers still occasionally use that metaphor
  2:11pm Dean:

Even today? That's impressive.
  2:11pm P-90:

Aaaaw, now I'm really jealous! I wanna marry someone who worked at Disneyland!
  2:12pm Dean:

Unfortunately, P-90, the two others are spoken for.
Avatar 2:16pm fred:

It was weird hearing of kinect as new, because a coworker did an installation using it around 5 years ago, and he wasn't impressed. Then again I work in a research lab
  2:17pm P-90:

I liked Frontierland, coonskin caps and cigar-store indians, beavers, bears, canoes. It was a vision of our national myth of the history of the colonization of the Americas. It was OK. But I didn't love it the way I loved Tomorrowland.
Avatar 2:22pm fred:

Looks like my pledge isn't showing up in your total. Probably because I split it with Marcel and the crappy software can't handle the options it offers. No worries, it all ends up in the right place
  2:23pm rw:

Man, I've got a good story about taking my son and his friend to Disneyland when they were little. It's probably too long to tell here though... not sure if it would make sense typed out either...
Avatar 2:24pm geezerette:

I'm late! I'm late! ...I'mlateI'mlateI'mlate!
Avatar 2:25pm Mayuko:

What, Dean! Please tell me your wife is one of the imagineers.
Avatar 2:27pm Mayuko:

oh no fred! sorry about this pledge turmoil again... but I really appreciate your support, been since the very beginning of Play Vertigo!

And I guess Kinect really isn't new, I know someone who's used it before I left Tokyo too... but I guess it's becoming more popular...
  2:28pm P-90:

Dean:please tell me your wife was inside Minnie Mouse. Or Daisy Duck...?
Avatar 2:29pm fred:

I've never been to any Disneyland park. The closest I got was when a friend was living near the French one. It was eerie seeing it while walking along fields in the early morning after a party. Also weird was taking an early bus to their train station and seeing workers going into the place. Didn't look like a happy one at that hour
Avatar 2:32pm geezerette:

Ray Bradbury used to visit the Imagineers all the time. He always wore shorts.
Avatar 2:33pm fred:

@Mayuko: It's OK, I know that who gets credited doesn't matter, and that you believe me when I say I support your show. But I'll keep an eye on whether Marcel gets credited for my pledge. I'll write to Ken about the pledge system anyway, I just want to have as much feedback as I can
Avatar 2:34pm Mayuko:

Welcome aboard, geezerette! Glad to have you here!
Avatar 2:36pm geezerette:

Hi Mayuko! This is much better than Disneyland!
Avatar 2:38pm Mayuko:

We've kinda moved on to Tiki-room-ish area from Frontierland now.
Avatar 2:39pm fred:

Seeing "Fort Wingate" and "Song of Happiness" together looks quite jarring. But fitting for a Disney theme
Avatar 2:41pm geezerette:

Haha, audioanimatronic performers. They don't belong to unions,don't take breaks, and can't complain. :)
  2:45pm P-90:

...and the winner for "Adjective of the Week" is:
[opens envelope]
Avatar 2:45pm Mayuko:

Oh yeah I've heard of labor issues in Tokyo Disneyland in recent years, sounded like it was terrible. That I certainly don't want to support!
Avatar 2:45pm fred:

@geezerette: I heard there was a new TV show based on that idea, but the name eludes me
  2:46pm P-90:

Bass voice of the great T. Ravenscroft
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:46pm listener james from westwood:

Who'd 'a thunk they'd get a whole film series out of this ride?
Avatar 2:46pm geezerette:

This is so great! The first fireflies I ever saw were in that ride, tiny lightbulbs on wire.
Avatar 2:46pm Mayuko:

I should have had Flash Strap as my guest to make the tiki-room-ish part into real tiki-room :/
  2:47pm P-90:

@fred: It's called "WestWorld"
Avatar 2:47pm Mayuko:

Oh my god, geezerette, I DO remember that fireflies! Animatronic fireflies!!
Avatar 2:48pm Mayuko:

or maybe not animatronic, just because it's there doesn't necessarily mean it's animatronic...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:49pm Ken From Hyde Park:

I remember the Disney TV show on Sunday evenings. I wanted them to air cartoons each week.
Avatar 2:49pm fred:

Both "doubloon" and "duplicate" translate to "doublon" in French. My boss trusts google translate more than me, so he always hypes his music ID tech as enabling people to find doubloons. It's tough to stand behind him looking bored when half the audience is stifling laughs
Avatar 2:50pm Mayuko:

@james I was relieved for sure when they replaced a woman hiding from pirates in a barrel to Johnny Depp in this attraction.
Avatar 2:52pm geezerette:

Mayuko, you're absolutely right, it is The Magic Kingdom after all.
(the pirates are audioanimatronic though...)
  2:56pm mzzm:

Hey Mayu, I sent changes, donations for GDR shows.
Avatar 2:57pm Mayuko:

By the way, I know we're almost at the very end, but we're doing the silent fundraiser at WFMU! Please pledge and help us stay alive! JM in the AM is leaving in Dec and we'll lose fans of him which will be a big shock to us. Help the station and ME who needs to make it to this mysterious goal!
Avatar 2:57pm Mayuko:

oh, hola mzzm, and thanks so much!!!!
  2:58pm P-90:

@DJ Mayuko: you were absolutely right, this had to be a 3-hour special, there's no way to do justice to this concept in 2 hours. Thank you!
Avatar 3:00pm fred:

Thanks Mayuko, you should do a 3-hour show every week, as Jason wisely said this would at least be more than your commute time.
And it's not just your goal, it's ours too. With Nachum leaving, we all need to help making the station we love outlast this new crisis
  3:00pm rw:

Ha! Electrical Parade theme. Thanks Mayuko! Later kids!
  3:01pm P-90:

This was an existing song when Disney picked it to e the theme for the nightly "Main St. Electrical Parade". Thy paid these guys a fortune for the rights.
Avatar 3:03pm Mayuko:

This is my last track today! I'm so glad to have you all here with me on this magic ride! I had a lot of fun!!!!!!!
  3:04pm P-90:

This was brilliantly done, Mayuko! I'll be listening again and recommending the archive to friends!
Avatar 3:04pm geezerette:

SUPER FUN SHOW Mouseketeer Mayuko!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:05pm listener james from westwood:

What a ride! Please can we go again? Please please please?
Avatar 3:06pm geezerette:

hahaha! :D
  3:11pm P-90:

Eventually the "Baroque Hoedown" guys did make an arrangement.
It's part of the reason they switched to a "bullshit" imitation, they had to send a check every month, for each of the parks. And you can't blame Old Walt, he had been gone for several years, it was some of his jerk successors who thought they should try to get away with taking the music from this obscure 1967 record and not pay royalties...
Avatar 3:13pm geezerette:

P-9: You have to admit, the place accurately reflects American values.
  3:13pm Dean:

Sorry, checked out to go shopping.

My wife was one of the Matterhorn bobsled track greasers.

Just kidding: she worked in food services at one of the overpriced cafes.
  3:14pm P-90:

Thanks again, Mayuko!
Avatar 3:16pm Mayuko:

Ah thank you for the detailed info about Baroque Hoedown, P-90! I was really sad when they stopped using that music... but I understand things around royalties can be complicated...
Avatar 3:16pm Mayuko:

THANK YOU again all for listening, and pledges! Have a beautiful week, everyone!
Avatar 3:17pm geezerette:

Can't wait to share this show. Have a great week Mayuko!
Avatar 8:26am Mayuko:

Here's a link to Disneyland toy record set w/Mattel Musical Map which was available when Disneyland opened in 1956, on WFMU Internet Museum of Flexi-Cardboard-Oddity Recordings: www.wfmu.org... (Thanks for the link Mr."Jhh"!)
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