Thursday, July 17, 2008

DISNEY AND OTHER SEE HEAR READ RECORDS

HERE'S THE LATEST SHARES THAT WERE SENT TO ME BY MY FRIEND STEVE. SOME OF THESE WERE PREVIOUS SHARES THAT STEVE RE-DID WITH SCANS NOW. NEW ON 7/17/2008. ENJOY!!!



"IT'S A SMALL WORD" READALONG




THE JUNGLE BOOK 7 INCH READALONG RECORD




"ROBIN HOOD" READALONG





"THE HOBBIT" READALONG





"MICKEY AND THE BEANSTALK" READALONG




"FAMILY REUNION" SINGALONG




"MUSIC FROM DUMBO"




"BAMBI" READALONG



HERE'S THE LATEST SHARE THAT WAS SENT TO ME BY MY FRIEND STEVE NEW ON 6/14/2008. ENJOY!!!



"ALICE IN WONDERLAND" READALONG


HERE'S A NEW SHARE FROM BROOKLYN MOUSE:



"FOX AND THE HOUND" 7 INCH READALONG



HERE'S A NEW BATCH OF READALONGS FROM STEVE:



"TRON" READALONG




"THE BLACK HOLE" READALONG




"GEORGE AND THE HAPPIEST MILLIONAIRE" READALONG NEW 4/30/2008!!!




"MARY POPPINS" READALONG NEW 4/30/2008!!!




"LADY & THE TRAMP" READALONG


HERE'S A COUPLE OF NEW SHARES FROM STEVE (HE SAYS SORRY FOR THE 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA QUALITY): NEW ON 4/18/2008!!!



"20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA" READALONG MP3




"ROBIN HOOD" READALONG MP3


THESE FILES WERE SHARED BY JOEY FROM THE ONE OF THE LIVING BLOG.



WINNIE THE POOH AND TIGER TOO MP3




THE STORY OF THE ARISTOCATS MP3



THE STORY OF PETER & THE WOLF MP3



THE STORY OF OLIVER AND COMPANY MP3



THE STORY OF THE GREAT MOUSE DETECTIVE MP3



WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT MP3



SNOW WHITE SONG & STORY THEATER ZIP FILE

"ROBIN HOOD" 78 RPM BOOK AND RECORD SET ZIP FILE




HERE'S A FEW READALONG RECORDS I HAVE THAT HAVE ALREADY BEEN POSTED AT "THE SECRET CAVERN OF READ ALONG TREASURES". YOU CAN FIND THEM BY CLICKING THE LINK BELOW EACH PHOTO. MOST ARE NOT DISNEY BUT READALONGS NONETHELESS:




DOWNLOAD IT HERE!!!




DOWNLOAD IT HERE!!!





DOWNLOAD IT HERE!!!





DOWNLOAD IT HERE!!!





DOWNLOAD IT HERE!!!





DOWNLOAD IT HERE!!!





DOWNLOAD IT HERE!!!



THIS ONE CAN BE FOUND ALREADY SHARED AT THE SECRET CAVERN OF READ ALONG TREASURES. NEW 3/15/2008!!!







"STORY OF MICKEY MOUSE, BRAVE LITTLE TAILOR"NEW 3/15/2008!!!
THANKS TO CHRIS FROM BROOKLYN FOR UPLOADING THIS ONE FOR US ALSO!!!




"CINDERELLA"NEW 3/12/2008!!!
THANKS TO CHRIS FROM BROOKLYN FOR UPLOADING THIS ONE FOR US!!!




"Winnie The Pooh And The Blustery Day" Zip File



"Winnie The Pooh And The Honey Tree" Zip File





"PETER PAN SEE, HEAR, READ"




"SLEEPING BEAUTY SEE, HEAR, READ"




"THE HAUNTED MANSION SEE, HEAR, READ" TEACHER'S EDITION





YOU CAN READ ALONG WITH THE BOOK BY CLICKING HERE:

"THE SEVEN DWARFS & THEIR DIAMOND MINE" ZIP FILE


"PECOS BILL" SEE, HEAR, READ #350. UNFORTUNATELY I DON'T HAVE BOOK SCANS FOR THIS ONE::



"PECOS BILL" ZIP FILE


"THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS" SEE, HEAR, READ #251::



THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS ZIP FILE


COMING SOON!!!:

83 comments:

Ladytink_534 said...

Oh cool! These are all great!

LadyMcgrath77 said...

I was hoping for more Bugs Bunny children's records. Do you have anymore of those? Or anymore Hanna Barbera? Thanks, Kimberly

Dave said...

I think I do have a one or two Bugs Bunny, but all of my Hanna Barbera have already been posted. Although I do think I have one more Magilla Gorilla LP, but it is a Golden Record not HBR. I'll have to dig and see what I have left. I'm doing 3 music blogs at once now so I'm trying to trade back and forth amongst the 3. There's another long year ahead of us so we have time yet. We hope..

Dave

Fog said...

nice one dave - some of the more obscure disney read alongs!

Jimmy said...

How about posing the "King Leonardo and His Shprt Subjects" 45?

Dave said...

Sorry. I don't have that one.
Dave

alarson17 said...

I can't tell you how much I love read alongs ... I have so many of your previous posts saved. Thank you so very much! I look forward to future postings!

Lacey said...

How the heck did you get such good pictures of record jackets?
These records are older than most of the anchors of the Fox network.

Good job.

Dave said...

Some are my own, and some I found online, and edited.

Dave

Ladytink_534 said...

I have the Hobbit book but the record was missing when I bought it.

Brooklyn Mouse said...

Hey Dave!

Nice to hear all of your Disneyland read-along books online. I wish we need some more stuff, please!

I have tons of Disneyland LP's in my collection. I'm on YouTube under the name "BrooklynMouse", please check out my channel, they got a lot of good stuff here. Here is the link:

http://www.youtube.com/BrooklynMouse

MrBlog said...

I see you have some more Disney
Read Alongs in store for us, I hope
we can hear them soon.

Joey said...

I actually have a BUNCH of these on cassette, and I've taken the time to convert them to CD. I haven't done much noise reduction as the program I use to rip stuff can seriously degrade the audio when you use noise reduction. I can get you cassette rips of the following:
Sleeping Beauty
Lady and the Tramp
Winnie The Pooh And Tigger Too
The Aristocats
Oliver and Company
The Great Mouse Detective
Peter And The Wolf
Who Framed Roger Rabbit

I also have a CD taken from a cassette of a sort of Snow White playset. The tape was just the film soundtrack edited down with a narrator telling the story. It's got music and dialogue from the film soundtrack.

It'll likely be a while before I get them uploaded for you, but it shouldn't be too long. I figured I'd let you know now, though. I'm sure you'll like the quality better, even if some of these tapes have seen better days. ^_^

Dave said...

Joey,

Thanks. Can't wait to hear them all.
Dave

MrBlog said...

I would like for the rest of the
Disney Read Along records to be
uploaded on here as soon as
possible.

Joey said...

I hope you got my e-mail with the link to all the downloads. ^_^

Dave said...

Mr Blog,

I was have the others up as soon as I can. I just got some new Lps i'd been waiting a long time, and the excitement got me side tracked.

Joey,
Yes I got your links. I was just getting ready to email you a question about them. Thanks.

Dave

Chris Sobieniak said...

Remember these things! Of course by the 1980's they also printed some of these in cassette form too, but I played with both.

Joey said...

I found some of the images for you.

Snow White - http://i7.tinypic.com/61m0egl.jpg

Peter and the Wolf - http://i24.ebayimg.com/05/i/000/d9/e0/885d_1.JPG

Oliver and Company - http://www.collectorsconnection.com/images/26a492.jpg

Great Mouse Detective - http://i8.ebayimg.com/08/i/000/cc/56/1c25_1_b.JPG

Roger Rabbit - http://imgs.inkfrog.com/pix/vintagerocknroll/02290802.jpg

Dave said...

Awesome! Thanks!

Dave

Joey said...

I just wish I still had the full playset from the Snow White Sound and Story Theater. It was REALLY gorgeous and great to play with. There were even the Seven Dwarfs inside, although they were just a cardboard cutout. But I had so much fun playing that cassette tape and playing with the set. But even on its own, it's still a good listen. Just like an expanded version of those storybooks with records/tapes.

Brooklyn Mouse said...

Hi Dave!

I just went to the flea market today and I picked up a Disney read-along book called "The Fox and the Hound", but it does have a record on it. You can add it to your site for sharing.

I also saw other Disney read-along books that had books with no cassette like "Peter Pan", "Mary Poppins", "The Wizard of Oz" and many others that I saw at a flea market today.

Dave said...

Cool. Thanks for letting me know.

Dave

MrBlog said...

I hope the problem with Steve's
server can be fixed soon so I can
start enjoying Robin Hood.

Dave said...

He's working on it. He uploaded them all to MegaUpload, but now they are all saying "File Not Available". I'm not sure what he'll try next. I'm anxious as well, but we just have to be patient. Steve's doing a great job sharing all of these with us.

Dave

Brooklyn Mouse said...

Dave, can anybody have a request for a "Beauty and the Beast" read-along? I haven't heard this one in ages. Maybe Steve or anyone who wants to look for it. Thanks!

Dave said...

Yes you can. I also have one on the way that is a sealed Beauty & The Beast Book & Cassette set.

Dave

Joey said...

Looking forward to the B&TB one, as that one's my favorite Disney movie. :)

Brooklyn Mouse said...

Maybe soon, I will do "The Fox and the Hound" read-along, because I got it at a flea market about 2 weeks ago.

Dave said...

That'd be good. I have it as well, but it isn't ripped to my PC yet. I got a bunch of Readalong Cassettes in a lot set that a seller threw in for free when I bought a sealed copy of Lady & The Tramp.

He sent me the following free Readalong Cassettes:
Mother Goose Rhymes/Bambi
Thumbelina
The Jungle Book/The Rescuers
Fox & The Hound/Winnie The Pooh Honey Tree
Winnie The Pooh
Pinocchio/Three Little Pigs
Sleeping Beauty/Lady & The Tramp
101 Dalmatians/Treasure Island
Horton Hears a Who Audiobook Read By Dustin Hoffman

Dave

Brooklyn Mouse said...

Dave, I found the "Beauty and the Beast" read-along tape. I had it for a long time and I will give you this one. This is the one that you can add it to your read-along collection.

This was from a cassette tape a long time ago and I will put it up. This one does not have the song "Be Our Guest", but I will put that up as just the story. Enjoy!

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=HBXG5ZCU

Coming soon: "The Fox and the Hound" read along.

Dave said...

Thanks for that share. The B&TB I ordered says it has that song on it, but we'll see.

Dave

Brooklyn Mouse said...

Here's another read along called "The Fox and the Hound". I got it at a flea market 2 weeks ago, but it sounds good. Here is the cover

http://img514.imageshack.us/img514/5765/foxandthehoundreadalongyl6.jpg

And here is the entire story.

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=2NBGMF3I

Brooklyn Mouse said...

Can you do "The Fox and the Hound" read-along since I posted a link, please? Thanks!

Brooklyn Mouse said...

I guess you should add "The Fox and the Hound" and "Beauty and the Beast" to the "See, Hear, Read records" in your post.

Dave said...

Not sure why. I think they're fine where they're at.

Dave

Mr80's said...

I have The Lolliwinks album I can upload for you guys. I don't know if anybody knows about this or wants it, butlet me know & I'll post it up. It's a cassette rip.

Dave said...

mr80's,

I got your email. Please email the file to me. Thanks.

Dave

Sheila Ellis said...

I am looking for the Lolliwinks album if Mr 80's would be willing to send it. If you could send it to lajaponaise7@yahoo.com it would be much appreciated!

Dave said...

I already shared Lolliwinks in a separate post Sheila ellis.

Dave

Sallie said...

THANK YOU SO MUCH Dave! You know how I collect Disney and you've helped alot. They also bring back memories, because many of the Read-A-Longs (like Bambi) I owned and read many times with my little record player.

THANKS again!!!

Brooklyn Mouse said...

Dave, the links to "The Jungle Book" is wrong, here is the correct one:

http://www.mediafire.com/?vcnnsm0yyy2

Dave said...

Thanks. Steve sent it to me without the http:// bit, and I just didn't een notice. I CC&P'd it just as he sent it. It's fixed now though.
Dave

MrBlog said...

Can you send me a link to the
original Lady And The Tramp audio
story you uploaded on here? I like
it better than the current audio
file because I think vinyl sounds
better than tape.

Dave said...

If I still have it I will yes. I'll have to check my files.

Dave

Ripplin said...

Wow, this is one of the coolest things I've seen in a long, long time! Well done!

Would there be any interest in some old Star Wars readalong stuff? I have Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, Planet of the Hoojibs, and a few Ewoks ones.

I may be able to convert them and post them here (the cassette ones, anyway). Dave, you can e-mail me about this if you're interested. :)

Dave said...

Ripplin,

Thanks for the offer. Pretty much all of the Star Wars readalongs have already been shared at the Secret Cavern Of Readalong Treasures website though.

Dave

Antmusic said...

Wow, this is so awesome! Thank you for posting these. Many of us have these records & cassettes (scratched to heck and back and no way to play them). Now I have a way to share them with my kids.

Any idea where I can find:
There's No Such Thing as a Dragon
Poky Little Puppy
The Livly Little Rabbit
Just Grandma and Me
Just Grandpa and Me
Just for You
Merry Christmas Mom & Dad
Large and Growly Bear

Or a lot of the other Disneyland Little Golden Book and Records? I mostly want the old songs that were original to the records/cassettes and unavailable anywhere else. I still find myself humming and singing them all the time.

I am looking forward to "Mother Goose Rhymes"!

Dave said...

You might try HERE, and HERE. Also ebay. Other than that I'm sorry but I can't help. Good luck.

Dave

MrBlog said...

I am looking forward to the Hobbit
and Rescuers read alongs and the
Hobbit Disney Storyteller LP.

Marcus Tee said...

Hey. When I was a kid (about 40+ years ago) a neighbor had a record that was the story of Pinocchio. I'm pretty sure it wasn't Disney but I could be mistaken. The lyrics to the song that was included went:
Pinocch
Pinocch
Pinocchio
We'll find you
If we have to go to Tokyo
Come out, Come out
Wherever you are,
Pinocch
Pinocch
Pinocchio.

Has anyone ever heard of this record and can you tell me anything about it?

Marcus Tee

Karen Allen's Man said...

I tried to download some of your read-alongs at mediafire.com, but it wasn't working, so it wouldn't let me. Besides, I was dying to hear those, but there aren't any signs of any read-along book pages, though.

Dave said...

Most of these have been shares from other blog readers. None of them have ever included the page scans. Having done scns of the readalong books before I know that it is a very time consuming effort to scan and edit 24 pages, and then upload them somewhere to share them.

Dave

Karen Allen's Man said...

How can I download some of your read-alongs from Mediafire? I don't understand why. Can you please give me some hints?

Dave said...

Any of the MediaFire links are the ones shared to me by friends. They may have expired. Give me a list ot titles, and I'll see what can be done.
Dave

Karen Allen's Man said...

Hey there, Dave,

Here is the list of read-alongs:

Disney's Night Before Christmas (1987 version)
Little Hiawatha (Disneyland version)
Goldilocks and 3 Bears (1987 version)
Hansel & Gretel (Disneyland version)
Hansel & Gretel (1987 version)
Little Red Riding Hood (1987 version)
Little Red Hen (Disneyland version)
Little Red Hen (1987 version)
Ugly Duckling (Disneyland version)
Ugly Duckling (1987 version)
Emperor's New Clothes (Disneyland version)
Emperor's New Clothes (1987 version)
Rapunzel (Disneyland version)
Rapunzel (1987 version)
Gingerbread Man (Disneyland version)
Gingerbread Man (1987 version)
3 Little Pigs (Disneyland version)
Snow White (Disneyland version)
Snow White (1990 version)
Wizard of Oz (Disneyland version)
Wizard of Oz (1977 version)
Wizard of Oz (1990 version)
Pinocchio (Disneyland version)
Dumbo (Disneyland version)
Dumbo (1977 version)
Bambi (Disneyland version)
Bambi (1977 version)
Brer Rabbit and Tar Baby (Disneyland version)
Peter and Wolf (Disneyland version)
Mother Goose Rhymes (1977 version)
Mother Goose Rhymes (1990 version)
Alice in Wonderland (Disneyland version)
Alice in Wonderland (1977 version)
Peter Pan & Wendy (Disneyland version)
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1977 version)
Lady and Tramp (Disneyland version)
Sleeping Beauty (Disneyland version)
101 Dalmatains (Disneyland version)
101 Dalmatains (1977 version)
101 Dalmatains (1990 version)
Mary Poppins (Disneyland version)
Swiss Family Robinson (1977 version)
It's a Small World (Disneyland version)
It's a Small World (1977 version)
Jungle Book (Disneyland version)
Jungle Book (1977 version)
Aristocats (Disneyland version)
Robin Hood (1977 version)
Winnie the Pooh and Honey Tree (1977 version)
Winnie the Pooh and Honey Tree (1990 version)
Winnie the Pooh and Blustery Day (Disneyland version)
Winnie the Pooh and Blustery Day (1990 version)
Winnie the Pooh and Tigger (Disneyland version)
Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too (Disneyland version)
Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too (1977 version)
Return of the King
Tron
Winnie the Pooh and Day for Eeyore
Voltron read-alongs
Return to Oz
Labyrinth
Great Mouse Detective
Chipmunk Adventure
Chipmunks Join the Circus
Ernest Goes to Camp
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
Little Mermaid (1990 version)
Prince and Pauper
Rescuers Down Under
Aladdin
Aladdin: Adventures in Cave of Wonders
Aladdin: Iago Returns
Lion King

- Jeremy

Dave said...

Jeremy,

Awesome list. Thanks.

Dave

Karen Allen's Man said...

Dave,

How can I play "It's a Small World" at MediaFire? Can you scan it to megaupload.com, and maybe some pages to photobucket.com, including the rest, like I've ssen the "7 Dwarfs and Diamond Mind" pages before?

Thanks,
Karen Allen's Man

Dave said...

Karen Allen's Man,

I'll have to see if Steve can upload that file. I never got around to saving it myself. As for the pages I don't have those because Steve doesn't share those booklet pages That's one of the records I don't have a book for any longer myself.

Dave

Glammazon said...

I last heard that storybook recording at the Ottawa Child Study Centre over twenty-six years ago, when I was just seven years old. It was good to hear it again, but all this time I thought the crew got back into the PALOMINO for their ride into the black hole.

CMJ said...

I realize I'm replying to a post from a month ago, but I thought anyone who is looking for page scans of some of these readalongs might like to try http://www.readalongadventures.com.They're available in Flash book format, and some of the more recently added ones also have printable PDFs.

Dave said...

"It's a Small World" at MediaFire is fixed now thanks to one of our blog readers diligent research.

Dave

cool said...

Hey I am not sure if anyone here might know, but I used to have a record back in the seventies (don't know what year it was released or any info at all) but it had children s stories on it. It had a yellow label and it had "The Gingerbread Man" and "The Old Witch" along with others. It had sound effects in the reading and everything. If anyone knows what this might be could you email me at cheers@usa.com . Thank you so much for any information you might know on this record.

Alexis Candelario said...

does anyone have the read along for "Beauty and the Beast: One Magical Christmas"??

Dave said...

I do, but I won't be able to share it until we get moved and settled in our new place the beginning of August. Plus I'll be sharing it at my YUKU Forum. Not here. I don't waste my time sharing here nay longer as the Trollish Idiot just has such links deleted like he's God's Gift to the music industry or something.

Dave W.

EnergyWithin said...

Wow these are fantastic! I can't seem to get the link for the Fred & Barney Best Friends to work. Gosh these bring back memories!!!

Jemboy said...

I had the Alice in Wonderland one as a kid, please could you re-up load it the link is removed on mediafire. Thanks

Dave said...

Sorry. I don't re-post links here any longer as you can see they get deleted as quickly as I renew them. I only leave this Blog here as a reference, and to let people know where I share my files now at the YUKU Forum linked at the top of the forum.

ma-ria said...

HI- I have a bunch of records like these and I want my daughter to be able to play. Are there any kids record players around that you know if that I can buy? Thanks!

Dave said...

Ebay is your best bet. I found one last Christmas for my Grnaddaughters to use for the same reason. It took them a while to warm up to it, but now they love it.

Dave

ashley said...

i have the see hear read books withthe records in them i have the rescuers, sleeping beauty, snow white and the seven dwarfs, its a small world, more jungle book, and dumbo. i was curious as to how much they are worth.

Dave said...

According to the Disney Goldne Record Book around $10.00 each on average. Although I have found many of them much checper at times on ebay. I put a bunch of them on CD, and my Grandkids love them.

Dave

AH3RD said...

Ah, how happy a lad I was when I relished in playing the living crap out of "Music In Your Soup" on the B-side of my copy of THE SEVEN DWARFS & THEIR DIAMOND MINE. Now, thanks to the magics of MP3s (and your magnificent blog), I can do so all over again via iTunes.

Thanks ever so much for bringing it (and "You're Never Too Old To Be Young") back into my life and regenerating an old childhood habit! :^)

Dennis Smith said...

Hey Dave, I was wondering if you have changed sites so I can continue to follow you. Also, I was wondering where, if possible, I could find an online audio file on Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby, I see the cover in your Coming Soon! Thanks! Dennis

rae.c said...

OH SHOOT! was really looking forward to It's a small world. is there any chance, I can find it else where? or anyone can send me the audio file?

Dave said...

I gave up on trying to keep my links active any longer as some people have made it their life's mission to see to it that they get deleted as soon as I renew them.

If everyone would like to see my links all active than join the fight for music sharing sites to freely share this music since the money grubbing record companies no longer want to do so.

meanjean said...

Marcus T
we had that album. I'm pretty sure my sister still has it. it starts out "this is the story of piiiinoooocccchioooo" right?
We bought a copy from Pic N Save in the 80's along with a bunch of other fairytale records. We played them all the time.
I keep harassing my sister to make me a copy for my toddler.
Corina

James@cancer said...

The link to the hobbit file is dead, can you fix it?

andreastuart said...

This is a great blog. I'm starting to do some historical research on this genre of book. There's very little information available! If I may ask, how old was the oldest one you've seen? when do you think they started to be produced?

Dave said...

Sorry to say I've stopped renewing links. Some Trollish idiot has them deleted as soon as I post a new one. Maybe one day they'll get a life, and I can update the links.

The very first Look, See Hear released was numbered 301 and it was "Story Of Sleeping Beauty". It and several others were all released in November of 1965. The best resource for researching Disney records is the book called "The Golden Age Of Walt Disney Records". The 1st Edition ran from 1933 to 1988 which is the edition that I have. There is a later edition that continued up into the 1990's.

Dave W.

Dave said...

BTW - there was an earlier 200 Series of Disneyland records, but none of them were Disney Stories. It was called "Little Golden Book And Records". The first one in that Series was "The Saggy Baggy Elephant".

Dave

Ripplin said...

Sorry to hear about the link troubles. Is there a way you could upload them somewhere and we could contact you via PM or something like that to get the links?

jordon smith said...

Help! Please tell me I'm not going crazy. As a child in the late 70's I used to have a vinyl record (maybe a 45" i cant remember) But it was a story with a song in it "Quack A Moo Baa Cluck A Phobia" - it is a story about school children who go to a farm and the farmer has been bitten by a bug behind the ear and he gets his animal sounds mixed up.....does anyone remember it? I can't find it on the net anywhere....