Wednesday, 3 June 2009

Jim Brickman - The Disney Songbook (2005)


Jim Brickman - The Disney Songbook
New Age | 2005 | MP3 / CBR 256 kbps, 44.1 kHz, Stereo | 101MB | RS.com
Styles: Piano Jazz, New Age, Vocal

The quiet, relaxing and smooth sound of Pianist Extraordinaire, Jim Brickman

~ Track List ~

01. Beauty and the Beast (2:42)
02. Mary Poppins Medley: Chim Chim Cheree / Feed the Birds / Let's Go Fly a Ki (4:19)
03. Cruella de Vil (2:44)
04. Beautiful [feat. Wayne Brady] (3:41)
05. Reflection (3:14)
06. When I See an Elephant Fly [feat. Josh Gracin] (2:57)
07. Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (3:42)
08. Baby Mine [feat. Kassie Depaiva] (4:01)
09. Can You Feel the Love Tonight (3:50)
10. A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes [feat. Kimberley Locke] (4:24)
11. Someday My Prince Will Come (3:10)
12. I'm Amazed [feat. Lila McCann] (3:20)
13. When You Wish Upon a Star (2:29)

Total Time: 44:33

~ Notes / Reviews ~

New Age pianist Jim Brickman's history with children-friendly material goes back a long way--one of his early assignments was writing for Jim Henson, after all. On this album, he tackles Disney songs, although that definition is rather flexible. This beautiful, sometimes-playful set of songs also features a number of guest vocalists. New tracks "Beautiful" (featuring vocalist Wayne Brady) and "I'm Amazed" (featuring country singer Lila McCann) are not actually from any movie or TV show but inspired by Cinderella. (Other singing guests of note include former American Idol contestants Kimberley Locke and Josh Gracin.)

Brickman's approach is so mellow that it's hard to tell the tunes apart in a Mary Poppins medley made up of five different songs, including the usually upbeat "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.” This actually extends to the entire album, which feels like an extended medley. On the plus side, nothing comes in to disrupt the soothing vibe.

~ Download ~

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