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 Posted:   Aug 4, 2015 - 5:54 AM   
 By:   TacktheCobbler   (Member)

The track listing for Aristocats appears to be up:


Disc 1
1. Main Title / The Aristocats (Maurice Chevalier)
2. Thanks Ed / Up the Staircase
3. Duet of Micaela and Don José
4. Habanera
5. The Will/Kitten Fun
6. Alley Cat / Sleep Kitten
7. Scales and Arpeggios (Liz English, Robie Lester, Dean Clark and Gary Dubin)
8. Nice Melody
9. The Butler Sneak
10. Two Dogs and a Cycle
11. Cold Nights / No Cats
12. Thomas O'Malley Cat (Phil Harris)
13. Cat's Love Theme
14. Cat's Meow
15. She Never Felt Alone
16. It's the Butler / Headlines
17. Nine Lives / Railroad Depot
18. Safe
19. The Goose Steps High
20. How Romantic / The Goose Steps High Again
21. Here Comes Edgar
22. The Butler Speaks
23. Git It Good / The Butler Did It
24. My Paree
25. Ev'rybody Wants to Be a Cat (Scatman Crothers, Phil Harris, Thurl Ravenscroft, Robie Lester and Liz English)
26. Paris Night
27. Pretty Melody
28. My Paree
29. Where Are My Cats
30. Find O'Malley
31. Blues
32. Cat Chase
33. The Butler / After Her
34. My Paree
35. Ev'rybody Wants to be a Cat (Finale) (Scatman Crothers, Phil Harris, Ruth Buzzi and Chorus)

Disc 2
1. How Much You Mean to Me / Court Me Slowly (Demo) (Richard M. and Robert B. Sherman)
2. How Much You Mean to Me / Court Me Slowly (Corey Burton and Kate Higgins)
3. Pourquois? (Demo) (Richard M. Sherman)
4. Pourquois? (Kate Higgins)
5. My Way's the Highway (Demo) (Richard M. Sherman)
6. My Way's the Highway (Randy Crenshaw)
7. Le Jazz Hot (Demo) (Richard M. Sherman)
8. Le Jazz Hot (Ty Taylor)
9. The Aristocats (Album Version) (The Mike Sammes Singers)
10. Scales and Arpeggios (Album Version) (Susan Novack, Gregory Novack, Victor Sweler and The Mike Sammes Singers)
11. She Never Felt Alone (Album Version) (Robie Lester)
12. Thomas O'Malley Cat (Album Version) (Phil Harris)
13. Ev'rybody Wants to Be a Cat (Album Version) (Phil Harris and The Mike Sammes Singers)

It definitely looks like it's expanded, which is a good thing after the disappointments we've had with some of the other titles in this collection. I have to say I'm curious about those album versions included.

 
 
 Posted:   Aug 4, 2015 - 8:50 AM   
 By:   leomichel   (Member)

It definitely looks like it's expanded, which is a good thing after the disappointments we've had with some of the other titles in this collection. I have to say I'm curious about those album versions included.

The only Aristocats soundtrack available up to now was a cd that came from Walt Disney Records France in 1994, at the time the movie was re-released in France. It was a hack job with so-so sound and was repackaged subsequently in various countries.

In an interview some years later, Randy Thornton had expressed his disappointment when, offering his help, he had been answered (if I remember correctly) they had no idea who he was and, no thanks, it was just a kiddie movie, they were not prepared to go any extra mile to produce a fine cd.

So we can imagine that, this time, he did it his way, the proper way. I expect this to be miles ahead of this previous missed opportunity.

 
 
 Posted:   Aug 5, 2015 - 11:50 PM   
 By:   jamesluckard   (Member)

Very weird. Even though POCAHONTAS was pulled from Amazon weeks ago, my order was never cancelled.

Now I just got an email that it shipped, at the original $14.99 price.

Same thing happened with the GONE GIRL score CD last year. I preordered, it vanished from Amazon but my order remained, it shipped anyway, I got it, then it appeared on the site for sale again again a month or two later.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00YJKRIPW

 
 
 Posted:   Aug 7, 2015 - 4:00 PM   
 By:   CitizenJoe   (Member)

Pocahontas is up on Spotify in the US.

 
 Posted:   Aug 7, 2015 - 7:25 PM   
 By:   Trekfan   (Member)

Very weird. Even though POCAHONTAS was pulled from Amazon weeks ago, my order was never cancelled.

Now I just got an email that it shipped, at the original $14.99 price.


The listing itself wasn't pulled (i.e. URL and item), just its availability. Based on the theory in my July 28th post above, I think because of the shifting release date the algorithm either prevented new orders because the item's changes made it too flaky (i.e. might never appear - I know unlikely with Disney, but I don't think it differentiates) or until they had actual inventory on hand. The August 7th revised date is now here so your original order was probably still safe even though they wouldn't take new orders until the date was locked down or they had inventory.

 
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