Dispatch from Radio Free Disneyland is a series of music playlists, pertaining mostly to the culture, stories, and environments presented in Disney Films and Theme Parks. It is not associated with The Walt Disney Company. And, while the podcasts, including the imbedded, watermarked music, are downloadable, their presence is intended to promote the included artists, and encourage ownership of their work through the included links to Amazon Music and other venues.
DISPATCH: Walt Disney and The Olympics Of Progress PLAY-CAST
Artist: Public Service Broadcasting (with Tracyanne Campbell)
Album: Every Valley
Public Service Broadcasting are a London-based pseudonymous musical group known for performing live with newsreel sound collateral and video footage of historical technological events. The band have toured internationally and in 2015 they won the Vanguard category of The Progressive Music Awards. publicservicebroadcasting.net
Robert Moses (December 18, 1888 – July 29, 1981) was an American public official who worked mainly in the New York metropolitan area. Known as the "master builder" of mid-20th century New York City, Long Island, Rockland County, and Westchester County, he is sometimes compared to Baron Haussmann of Second Empire Paris, and was one of the most polarizing figures in the history of urban development in the United States. His decisions favoring highways over public transit helped create the modern suburbs of Long Island and influenced a generation of engineers, architects, and urban planners.
This simultaneously bold and bland building housed the State of Illinois pavilion, featuring Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln. The winkin' blinkin' Lincoln was a sensation.
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it's a small world (presented by Pepsi Cola for UNICEF) was also staged in a modern building. Rolly Crump's Tower of the Four Winds presaged the the playful look the Disneyland alliteration would take on.
Ford Motor Company's Magic Skyway got the "skinniest" relocation to Disneyland after the Fair. Walt Disney had fought Cast requests to build a new administration building at the Park, but gave in when it involved making a home for the Fair's dinosaurs to be seen from the Disneyland Railroad.
General Electric's Carousel of Progress had the most successful relocation of all the Fair shows. Playing at Disneyland and then at Walt Disney World.
WED Enterprises (Walt Disney Imagineering) brought three lessons learned at Disneyland to the Fair. Capacity, Capacity, and Capacity.
Artist: Disney Studio Orchestra
Album: Walt Disney and the World's Fair
The music to a side event or pre-show at the General Electric World's Fair complex. Presumably a hall of mirrors.