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I participated in the We Love Disney album review program as a member of One2One Network. I was provided an album to review but all opinions are my own.

 

We Love Disney

Do you love Disney classics?  Besides personally always loving Disney – pretty much anything and everything Disney – we have raised our kids loving Disney.  When our oldest were little we purchased every single sing-a-long tape (VHS at the time) there was.  Then we graduated to CDs and DVDs.  Now we are all about digital but still loving Disney.

So when I was given the opportunity to check out the new CD – We Love Disney I jumped at the chance.  Literally I was doing my happy dance – and so were the kids…

 

Verve Records and Walt Disney Records have announced the 12 artists who are included on the upcoming compilation album We Love Disney, which will be released on October 30th. The album features the hottest artists from across the pop, rock, R&B, and country worlds delivering their own unique interpretations of classic Disney songs.
We Love Disney was produced by multi-platinum, 16-time Grammy® Award-winning producer and Verve Music Group Chairman David Foster.

 

Check out this stellar line-up!

NE-YO  “Friend Like Me,” from 1992’s Aladdin

Jessie J  “Part of Your World,” from 1989’s The Little Mermaid

Jason Derulo  “Can You Feel the Love Tonight,” from 1994’s The Lion King

Gwen Stefani  “The Rainbow Connection,” from 1979’s The Muppet Movie

Ariana Grande  “Zero To Hero,” from 1997’s Hercules

Jhené Aiko  “In a World of My Own/Very Good Advice” from 1961’s Alice in Wonderland

Fall Out Boy  “I Wan’na Be Like You (The Monkey Song)” from 1967’s The Jungle Book

Tori Kelly  “Colors of the Wind,” the Oscar®, Golden Globe, and Grammy-winning theme song from 1995’s Pocahontas

Kacey Musgraves “A Spoonful of Sugar” from 1964’s Mary Poppins

Charles Perry  “Ev’rybody Wants To Be a Cat,” from 1970’s The Aristocats

Jessie Ware “A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes,” which appears in both the 1950 animated film Cinderella as well as this year’s enchanting adaptation of the classic film directed by Kenneth Branagh and starring Lily James

Rascal Flatts/Lucy Hale “Let It Go,” the top-selling, Oscar® and Grammy-winning song from the 2013 film Frozen

“It’s a Small World” performed by all of the artists

 

Isn’t that lineup totally awesome!  We Love Disney will be released in several configurations, including as a digital album, a standard CD, a Deluxe CD, on Deluxe Vinyl, and as a picture-disc set.

 

 The Deluxe versions feature two bonus tracks from Verve Records’ artists Brenna Whitaker (“It’s Not Easy Being Green” from The Muppet Show) and Yuna (“A Whole New World” from Aladdin).

We Love Disney will also be available as a Collector’s Edition Box Set, which includes:

• the digital deluxe album
• limited-edition double vinyl,
• standard-edition double vinyl
• limited-edition CD
• standard-edition CD
• limited-edition double-picture disc
• four numbered lithographs
• a DVD of “The Magic Behind We Love Disney”
• a limited-edition T-shirt featuring a one-time only design
• an exclusive tote bag
• and a Certificate of Authenticity
This album will be available on iTunes and Amazon.
I totally LOVE the selection of songs on this album.  My favorite song of all time is Colors of the Wind.  I always have and still do sing that song to my children to help calm them down, coo them to sleep or just plain old hold them close and have some snuggle time.  There is not one of them who doesn’t become little lovebugs (and they range in age from 10-28) when I sing that song.  Now I am no singer – but Tori Kelly does a phenomenal job remaking this song to be even better.  I also love Let It Go by Rascal Flatts and Lucy Hale – that is a much newer song though.  I pretty much love anything with Rascal Flatts – their voices collectively are heavenly.  AND… (yeah it is so hard to choose a favorite) I love Spoonful of Sugar mostly because I can play it on a piano – I can’t play many songs but I can play that.
What is your favorite song on this album?

 

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