|By Keith Mahne|
Let's kick off the Holiday Season the vintage Disney way. I'm talking about the tale of A Christmas Adventure in Disneyland. We are about to have a listen to the story from a 1958 Disneyland Records LP that is sure to get those Christmas memories flowing. It's about two children, named John and Jane, on an adventure at Disneyland during Christmas Eve. This grand LP even included a full size booklet with some beautiful art that you'll see as well and covers eleven pages and has poems and song lyrics accompanying it. So, let's get in the Christmas spirit, shall we?! Join me after the page break for A Christmas Adventure in Disneyland brought to you by Disney Avenue...
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Here is a look at the album art...feel free to read along while you listen:
- All Aboard For Disneyland
- Disneyland At Last - Song: "The Storybook Tree" (Written-By – Camarata*)
- Fantasyland "Once Upon A Dream" (Fain-Lawrence) Song: "Jingle Bones" (Huemer-Camarata)
- Adventureland - Song: "The Jungle Tree" (Written-By – Camarata*)
- Tomorrowland - Song: "Futuristic Christmas Tree" (Written-By – Camarata*)
- Home At Last On Christmas Morning
Let us know what you thought about the A Christmas Adventure in Disneyland record. Do you remember listening to this when you were younger? We love hearing from our readers so please be sure to let us know your thoughts. I've also added the LP to the Disney Avenue Music Player and it is track number 7. Just click the playlist button in the top right-hand corner of the page and scroll down.
Happy Holidays everyone and stay tuned for more fun Disney Christmas articles coming soon!
Keith Michael Mahne is the owner and editor of Disney Avenue and the host of the Disney Avenue Podcast. He has made countless trips to the Walt Disney World resort since his first trip in 1989 at the age of four. Keith has a strong passion and respect for Walt Disney, the parks and resorts, and the men and women who help create them. He started Disney Avenue as a way to inform and entertain readers and to repay all those who make dreams come true everyday.