TDC#96 Music to Wedding By

This week, the Cats are mulling over Disney wedding music choices and the Skurvy monkeys have added their 2 cents at the end of this weeks show. Lisa would love to get some offbeat wedding music suggestions from you!!! CALL US!!! our new phone number is LIVE!!


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3 thoughts on “TDC#96 Music to Wedding By

  1. I haven’t started listening to this episode yet (I will after this conference call here at work), but I thought I would chime in with a song

    “So Close” from Enchanted.

  2. How about music from Wishes? On the Wishes soundtrack CD, track 9 (I believe) is a romantic pop version of the main theme. Or you could use Promise from the Illuminations CD.

  3. Oh, there’s so many choices…

    I think that “Baroque Hoedown” would be good for the processional or the recessional music. Or both… you could do differing versions for each – original synth version for one, and something like the one on this CD for the other:

    If you want a mach, you could try “The Mickey Mouse Club March” or “March of Cards” (from Alice in Wonderland). Perhaps Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah would make for a nice ‘satisfactual’ recessional? Maybe you want something that sounds like a more traditional wedding march, but has a Disney connection – try “Chim Chim Cher-ee” from Mary Poppins, in the style of Pachelbel from this CD:

    I could go on and on, but I won’t (too late, I know), but here’s a short list of a few other CD’s that have a song or two or three that would be good for the reception:

    Oh… and of course you should really slip “Minnie’s Yoo Hoo” in there somewhere, too.

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