Hard to believe that good old family-friendly Disney was one of the first to break ground in this genre. Nothing like it to bring back memories of a childhood Halloween. The primary audience for children's records is the age group from three to eight years. After upseting several neighbors ie. The Long Haunted Remix 1. All the soundtracks provided in this blog are only samples. Most recently, a digitally-remastered version of the album was released on iTunes.
Those bins are great sometimes aren't they? I have no intention of profiting from this upload, aside from preserving a piece of audio history. Click images to Enlarge T he album was a collection of spooky sound effects from the Disney library of sounds that had been collected after many years of producing movies and cartoons. In the air was the smell of burning leaf piles, the crunch of dry leaves underfoot, my face, sweaty and cold under a cheap plastic mask; perfect Halloween memories! Masked faces bask in the fiery glow of a jack-o-lantern's illumination. The album was first released in 1964 with a white sleeve featuring Paul Wenzel's gloomy, mysterious painting of a haunted house above. Of all of the albums that I own, this one sits in my top ten.
On the other hand, the first track has a wonderful old-timey spooky feel to it, and the sound effects on side 2 of the album are classics in every sense of the word. Ther eis another track on Realm of Shadows it's like track 12. Side Two had a collection of sound effects. Side B is basically everything from side A without the narration, making it ideal for background ambiance come Halloween night. The stories made use of many sound effects, and transported many a child into a realm of supernatural, spooky adventures.
A Terrific and wonderfully scary collection of Halloween sounds recorded at Disney Studios. It is intended for older children, teenagers and adults. Have to sift through the songs, as some just don't work well for Halloween. The album was first released in 1964 in a white sleeve, with a second release in 1973 in an orange sleeve. . Drawing upon this enormous library of sound, Disneyland Records has produced this L.
I have both of those Disney records and love the crap out of them. Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House has been released on iTunes!!! A few of them have been sampled for different electronica projects too. But I don't mean to start a whole thing here; it's a classic album from a classic era!!! Some say the place is haunted, but you don't believe in such myths. From the record sleeve: The Sound Effects Department of the Walt Disney Studio has been collecting all kinds of noises since 1927. The primary audience for children's records is the age group from three to eight years.
Does anyone have a favorite I should look into? Some of the sound effects may seem familiar, as you may have heard them on various Disney shorts. One track dont know the name, it's not in front of me sounds almost like 'the omed' type music: just alot of mellow vocals. I ordered it from amazon. They bring me back to childhood still there I think. Eckerd's Drugs had a whole bunch of really cheap Halloween Music and Sounds last year. The album was released in several different forms. The cover of the British release is decorated with an actual photo of the ride and the 1976 album is simply a colored image of a haunted house, a skeleton in a coffin and ravens.
Back in the day, stereo was all the rage. Surprisingly, in the movie the first shriek you hear in this clip is actually a ghostly yawn from one of the comical ghosts! The album was released several more times during the 70's. No doubt, this album did much to get all of the right people into those doom buggies. This is really big news for classic Disney Haunted Mansion fans! It is intended for older children, teenagers and adults. If you were a kid in the U. As with the first album, Side B consists mostly of sound effects. Does anyone have a favorite I should look into? One night, a light appears in the topmost window in a tower of the old house.
The second side then contained 10 sound effects meant for others to create their own stories. Click images to Enlarge Despite my love for the record, I never owned one myself. Encounter In The Fog 6. Some have labeled this album a shameless cash grab, but I disagree. By far, the best music for a haunt is Midnite Syndicate stuff. The first sound film which Walt Disney made and the first sound cartoon made by anyone was Steamboat Willy starring a little mouse named Mickey.