Various - Walt Disney's Lady And The Tramp album mp3
|A1||–Unknown Artist||Lady (Instrumental)|
|A2||–Teri York||What Is A Baby?|
|A4||–Si And Am*||Siamese Cat Song|
|B1||–Bob Grabeau||Bella Notte|
|B2||–Vocal Group*||Home Sweet Home|
|B3||–Teri York||He's A Tramp|
|B4||–Teri York||Peace On Earth|
- Words By, Music By – Peggy Lee, Sonny Burke
Notes(1962 Studio recording by Tutti Camarata, not the original soundtrack).
In June of 1955, Walt Disney presented the first feature-length cartoon in Cinema-scope, Lady and the Tramp. This is the delightful story of the girl dog with a pedigree who meets a young boy dog from the other side of the tracks. Such a combination can only result in much adventure and excitement. This was the case with Lady and the Tramp. At one point in the story, Lady even finds herself in the dog pound with some of the most unlikely dogs she has ever met. This is but one incident in a warm and wonderful motion picture where cartoon dogs seem very human indeed.
Walt Disney, as usual, realized the importance of good songs in his film and chose the very talented Peggy Lee and Sonny Burke to write the material. The results were, as expected, varied, excellent, and all of Hit Parade caliber. They include the torchy ballad, He's a Tramp; the haunting lullaby, La-La-Lu; the Christmas tune, Peace on Earth; a novelty number, The Siamese Cat Song; and a sprightly love song, Bella Notte.
|ST 3917, ST-3917||Unknown Artist||Lady And The Tramp (LP, Album, Gat)||Disneyland, Disneyland||ST 3917, ST-3917||US||1962|
|050087384692||Various||Lady and the Tramp (LP, Album, Pic, RE)||Walt Disney Records||050087384692||Europe||2018|
|1231||Various||Lady And The Tramp (LP)||Disneyland||1231||US||1964|
|ST 3917||Unknown Artist||Lady And The Tramp - The Story And Songs From (LP, Album)||Disneyland||ST 3917||UK||Unknown|
|ST-3917||Unknown Artist||Lady And The Tramp (LP, Album, RE)||Disneyland||ST-3917||US||1967|