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Disneyland/Walt Disney World Music Vacation was a 2-CD set only released in Japan in 1997. It is out of print.

Track listing

Disc one

  1. "Light Magic" – 16:06
    • DREAM OUR DREAMS FANFARE / OPENING / PLAY ON
    • Dream Our Dreams Fanfare
    • Dream Our Dreams Opening Play On
    • Dream Our Dreams Float / Fiber Reveal
    • PIXIE PLAYTIME PART 1
    • Little April Shower
    • Pixie Fanfare 1
    • Be Our Guest
    • Dream Our Dreams Transition
    • Be Our Guest
    • Dream Our Dreams Fanfare
    • PIXIE PLAYTIME PART 2
    • Pixie Dust Reveal
    • Topsy Turvy
    • Step In Time
    • DREAM OUR DREAMS FINALE
  1. "Fantasmic!" – 26:00
    • OPENING
    • Fantasmic! Main Theme I
    • Fantasmic! Main Theme II
    • MICKEY THE SORCERER
    • FLOWERS
    • Fantasmic! Main Theme II
    • KAA & MONKEYS
    • Underscore
    • ELEPHANTS
    • Pink Elephants On Parade
    • PUPPETS
    • I've Got No Strings
    • Little Wooden Head
    • JIMNY / MONSTRO
    • PETER PAN & PIRATES
    • Arrangement of Themes
    • Peter Pan Theme
    • Elegant Captain Hook
    • Never Smile at a Crocodile
    • Fantasmic! Main Theme I
    • PRINCESS MEDLEY
    • Fantasmic! Main Theme II
    • Beauty and the Beast
    • Part of Your World
    • Someday My Prince Will Come
    • EVIL QUEEN
    • Underscore
    • MAGIC MIRROR
    • Underscore
    • TRANSFORMATION TO WITCH / MAGIC MIRROR
    • Underscore
    • Poor Unfortunate Souls
    • CHERNABOG
    • MALEFICENT & MICKEY PART 1
    • Underscore
    • MALEFICENT & MICKEY PART 2
    • Underscore
    • DRAGON & MICKEY
    • Underscore
    • Fantasmic! Main Theme I
    • DRAGON & EVIL DESTROYED
    • Underscore
    • FINALE
    • Fantasmic! Main Theme I
    • Fantasmic! Main Theme II
    • EXIT MUSIC
    • Fantasmic! Main Theme I
    • Fantasmic! Main Theme II
  1. "Fantasy in the Sky - 1997 Disneyland Version" – 6:10
    • Fanfare
    • MULTICOLOR DISPLAY
    • PATRIOTC FINALE
    • Yankee Doodle
    • America the Beautiful
    • This Is My Country
    • God Bless America
  1. "Remember the Magic Parade" – 9:13
  2. "SpectroMagic" – 7:10
    • On This Magic Night
    • Once Upon a Dream
    • Part of Your World
  3. "IllumiNations25" – 12:04
    • Remember the Magic
    • Mascleta / International Movement
    • We've Just Begun to Dream
    • Circle of Life

Tracks 1 - 3 are from Disneyland

Tracks 4 - 6 are from Walt Disney World Resort

Disc two

  1. "Attractions Medley" – 12:08
    • FANTASYLAND CASTLE MEDLEY (FANTASYLAND CASTLE) <Walt Disney World>
    • When You Wish Upon a Star
    • Once Upon a Dream
    • ROGER RABBIT'S CARTOON TUNES (ROGER RABBIT'S CARTOON SPIN) <Disneyland>
    • Spin Street
    • Dark Alley
    • Fall to Earth
    • Acme Warehouse
    • Hungarian Rhapsody
    • INDIANA JONES
      THE RIDE (INDIANA JONES ADVENTURE) <Disneyland>
    • Indiana Jones Underscore
    • Indiana Jones Theme
    • SEIZE THE FUTURE (ALIEN ENCOUNTER) <Walt Disney World>
    • Seize the Future
    • TOWER OF TERROR THEME (THE TWILIGHT ZONE TOWER OF TERROR) <Walt Disney World>
    • Twilight Zone Theme
    • Tower of Terror Theme
    • SPACE MOUNTAIN (SPACE MOUNTAIN) <Disneyland>
    • Space Mountain

Production

  • Executive Producer: Akitoshi Nakata
  • Album supervised by:
  • Bruce Healey (Disneyland)
  • Ted Ricketts (Walt Disney World)
  • Steve Skorija (Walt Disney World)
  • Dan Stamper (Walt Disney World)
  • Production Coordinator: Mika Ashizuka
  • A&R Director: Hisako Tanaka
  • Album design by Yumi Kochi
  • Special thanks to Walt Disney Attractions (Japan)

Disc one

  1. Light Magic
    • Produced by Bruce Healey
    • Engineered and Mixed by Paul Freeman
    • Announcer: Randy Crenshaw
    • Dream Our Dreams Opening Play On Vocals by Ellis Hall
    • Dream Our Dreams Vocals by Richard Page
  2. Fantasmic!
    • Produced by Bruce Healey
    • Engineered by Don Dorsey
  3. Fantasy in the Sky - 1997 Disneyland Version
    • Produced by Bruce Healey
    • Engineered by Paul Freeman
  4. Remember the Magic Parade
    • Music produced by Dan Stamper
    • All songs except "Join In" arranged by Gordon Goodwin
    • "Join In" arranged by Dan Stamper and Gordon Goodwin
    • Instrumentals performed by The London Studio Orchestra recorded by Chris Dibble at CTS LANSDOWNE STUDIOS, London, England
    • Conducted by Gordon Goodwin
    • Vocals recorded by Andy de Ganahl at Starke Lake Studios, Orlando, Florida
    • Mixed by Eric Shilling at Starke Lake Studios, Orlando, Florida
    • Edited by Michael Atwell
    • Vocal solo on "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah": Davonda Simmons.
    • Voice over: Jim Howard
      Featuring the voice talents of
  1. Chorus


    • Sarah Moore (leader)
    • Amy Martin-Cole
    • Michelle Amato
    • Greg Whipple
    • Randy Nichols
    • Scott Harell
  1. SpectroMagic
    • Mixed by Gary Baldassari at Starke Lake Studios, Orlando, Florida
    • Digital editing by John Sanborn
    • Voice over: Kevin Miles
      Featuring the voice talents of
    • Chorus
    • Sarah Moore (leader)
    • Amy Martin-Cole
    • Michelle Amato
    • Greg Whipple
    • Randy Nichols
    • Scott Harell
  1. IllumiNations25
    • Music produced by Steve Skorija
    • Music supervision by Dan Savant
    • All songs except "Circle of Life" arranged by Gregory Smith
    • "Circle of Life" arranged by Oliver Wells
    • Vocals recorded by Andy de Ganahl at Starke Lake Studios, Orlando, Florida
    • Mixed by Eric Shilling at Starke Lake Studios, Orlando, Florida
    • Digital editing by Michael Atwell
    • Vocal solo in "Circle of Life" by John Madgett
    • Special thanks to: The Florida Mass Choir under the direction of Arthur Jones, Taz Morosi, and Keith Dyer
      Chorus
    • Sarah Moore (leader)
    • Amy Martin-Cole
    • Michelle Amato
    • Greg Whipple
    • Randy Nichols
    • Scott Harell

Walt Disney World

  • Executive Producer for Disney Magic Productions: Doug Strawn
  • Album Producer for Disney Magic Productions: Ted Rickettes
  • Final mixing and mastering by Andy de Ganahl and Michael Atwell
  • Special thanks to: Ron Logan, Express Music Services, Wendy Leitman

Disc two

  1. Attractions Medley
    • Fantasyland Castle Medley
      • Produced by Ken Lisi and Aarin Richard
      • Arranged by Richard Bellis and George Wilkins
      • Remixed by Samuel T. Buckner and Steve Litten at Walt Disney Imagineering Sound Department
    • Roger Rabbit's Cartoon Tunes
      • Produced by George Wilkins
      • Engineered and mixed by Greg Krueger at the Walt Disney Imagineering Sound Department
    • Indiana Jones: The Ride
      • Produced by Aarin Richard
      • Orchestra conducted by Richard Bellis
      • Engineered and mixed by Samuel T. Buckner and Greg Lhotka at Walt Disney Imagineering Sound Department
    • Seize the Future
      • Produced by Richard Bellis
      • Engineered and mixed by Greg Krueger at Walt Disney Imagineering Sound Department
    • Tower of Terror Theme
      • Produced by Aarin Richard
      • Orchestra conducted by Richard Bellis
      • Engineered and mixed by Samuel T. Buckner and Greg Lhotka at Walt Disney Imagineering Sound Department
    • Space Mountain
      • Produced by Aarin Richard and Ed Sotto
      • Engineered and mixed by Samuel T. Buckner and Greg Lhotka at Walt Disney Imagineering Sound Department
      • Musicians: Dick Dale/Carl Verhein (guitars), Ron Fish (drums), Ron Eglit (bass), Aarin Richard (synths)
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