Music Of The Seasons


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# Track   Duration
Side 1 Spring
1.Paris In The Spring2:58
2.Spring Romance3:02
4.Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year3:04
5.No Other Love2:25
# Track   Duration
Side 2 Spring
1.It Might As Well Be Spring3:08
2.April In Paris3:03
3.Spring Is Here2:21
4.I'll Remember April2:44
5.Spring Madness3:44
# Track   Duration
Side 1 Summer
2.The Night Is Young And You're So Beautiful3:57
3.Sleepy Lagoon2:58
4.Softly As In A Morning Sunrise2:48
5.Heat Wave1:16
# Track   Duration
Side 2 Summer
1.Stella By Starlight3:43
2.Stars Fell On Alabama3:18
4.Summer Love3:30
5.Serenade For Summer3:43
# Track   Duration
Side 1 Autumn
1.Autumn Concerto3:25
2.Lullaby Of The Leaves3:30
3.September Song4:31
4.Autumn Leaves3:05
5.Autumn Serenade2:42
# Track   Duration
Side 2 Autumn
1.Autumn In New York2:22
2.Autumn Silhouette3:03
3.Autumn Nocturne5:07
4.The Story Of The Stars4:25
5.With The Wind And The Rain2:55
# Track   Duration
Side 1 Winter
1.Winter Wonderland2:38
2.Skaters Waltz2:53
3.Majestic Cascades4:09
4.Moonlight In Vermont2:59
5.In The Still Of The Night2:57
# Track   Duration
Side 2 Winter
1.The Silver Tree3:00
2.June In January2:59
4.Let It Snow2:20
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Music Of The Seasons

This unnumbered box set includes all four season records, Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, by Camarata on the Disneyland Records label. All four records were also released separately and can be found in the WDL catalog series, released in mono recordings in 1958. In 1959, Spring and Winter were released in stereo with the catalog prefix changed from WDL to STER. Some of the stereo versions include mono-cover artwork with a stereophonic sticker placed over the Disneyland Records logo, while others have the stereophonic artwork and STER catalog number printed within the paper artwork. All mono versions will be on a purple Disneyland label, while the stereo versions will carry the stereo notation on a black Disneyland label.

Salvador 'Tutti' Camarata is best known for his work as a musical supervisor, arranger and conductor who joined Disney in 1956 to help establish the Disneyland Records company. He was born in New Jersey on May 11, 1913 and passed away in Burbank on April 13, 2005. Of his many accomplishments and successes, a stand-out credit of his includes creating the 'echo' sound for recording artists such at Annette Funicello and others. Often credited as Camarata and known to many at just 'Tutti,' he was named a Disney Legend in 2003.

Artists: Camarata -- conductor
Label: Disneyland (Purple/Black)
Catalog #: Unnumbered (UN-3037)
Country: United States
Format: 12' Boxed 4-LP Set
Speed: 33 1/3 RPM
Audio: Mono/Stereo
Year: 1959

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