Side One: Hi-Ho, Lavender Blue, One Song, Whistle While You Work, I'm Wishing, I Bring You A Song; Side Two: With A Smile And A Song, Some Day My Prince Will Come, The Magic Song (Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo), When You Wish Upon A Star, I'm Late
Disneyland Records No. WDL-1038. 33⅓ rpm, 12" vinyl.
Canadian release. No. WDL-4016. 331⁄3 rpm.
The album was reissued in 1966 as Mary Martin Sings Walt Disney Favorites. Disneyland Records No. ST-3943. 331⁄3 rpm. It included a picture book with illustrations of Mary and Disney characters. Snow White looks like she is only 10 or 11 years old.
In 1963, a record was issued on the Buena Vista label, Camarata conducts a modern musical interpretation of Walt Disney's greatest score Snow White. It featured his orchestra and singers. The musical numbers are a fresh take on the original tunes.
Side One: Snow White Overture, I'm Wishing, One Song, With A Smile And A Song, Whistle While You Work, Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum; Side Two: Heigh Ho Heigh Ho, Prayer At Evening, The Silly Song, Some Day My Prince Will Come, One Song, Snow White Finale
1963 Buena Vista Records No. BV-4023, mono 331⁄3 rpm.
It was released in the UK in 1964 on the EMI label, His Master's Voice LP. No. HMV CLP-1830, mono 331⁄3 rpm.
1967 Buena Vista Records reissue. No. STER-4023, Stereo 331⁄3 rpm.
No. BV-4023, mono.
Walt Disney's Happiest Songs was released on the Disneyland Record label in 1967. No. DL-3509. LP 331⁄3 rpm. Snow White and Dopey appear in the album artwork along with characters from other popular Disney films. This song compilation includes a cover of "Heigh-Ho" conducted by Camarata. The record was a promotional item made available through Gulf gas stations.
Images courtesy of the Greg Philip Collection.