The Voices of Bluegrass Sing the Best of Disney - O Mickey, Where Art Thou?
Featuring music by both legendary and contemporary country and bluegrass artists - O Mickey Where Art Thou? - Buy Now
Born in the 1920's, bluegrass was a harder, faster and more technically demanding genre of the traditional string band sound that formed the roots of country music. The genre was named Bluegrass after its creator, Bill Monroe who named his band The Blue Grass Boys. O Mickey, Where Art Thou? "combines a treasury of some of the most wondrous songwriting in the history of popular music" while "keeping the traditional instrumentation and spirit of true bluegrass," says Grammy-nominated® producer Fred Mollin. O Mickey, Where Art Thou's? combination of well-loved songs and warm, folksy style is sure to take children and parents alike on a journey back to America's musical roots.

Check out the banjo-pickin' line-up below, complete with audio samples and producer notes.

  1. Circle of Life RealPlayer Quicktime
    Collin Raye

    "I'm also really thrilled at our version of The Lion King's 'Circle of Life' where I came up with the idea of adding elements of the bluegrass standard 'Will the Circle be Unbroken' and bridged a gap that became effortless and life-affirming. Combine that with a one-take vocal by Collin Raye, who has a vocal range of operatic proportions, and you have the opening cut which clearly illustrates the soul and spirit of this record." - Fred Mollin

  2. Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah RealPlayer Quicktime
    Elizabeth Cook

    Elizabeth Cook, country singer and songwriter, made her Grand Ole Opry debut in 2000 and soon appeared repeatedly thereafter. Her beautiful voice, strong songwriting ability and live performances drew comparisons to legendary singers Kelly Willis and Dolly Parton.

    Click HERE to view artist footage from the official TV spot

  3. You'll Be in My Heart RealPlayer Quicktime
    Kevin Montgomery

    "I also loved taking a newer Disney classic, 'You'll Be in My Heart' from Tarzan, that has only been heard as contemporary pop and turning it into a slightly bouncy bluegrass tune that has such a heart on it, you can't help but be won over." - Fred Mollin

  4. Baby Mine
    Caroline Brown

    "Caroline Brown hails from the soulful town of Millery, Alabama. She now resides in Nashville to launch her performing career." - Fred Mollin

  5. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (Instrumental) RealPlayer Quicktime
    "As far as pure artistry, check out the instrumental version of Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.' It's bluegrass playing at its most exciting." - Fred Mollin

  6. The Bare Necessities RealPlayer Quicktime
    Stonewall Jackson

    "The playfulness of 'The Bare Necessities' was multiplied by having a true loveable bear of a man, Stonewall Jackson, become the mentor who imparts true life wisdom in a sweet, down-home picking session." - Fred Mollin

  7. When She Loved Me
    Sonya Isaacs

    Sonya Isaac, a protégée of Vince Gill's, with roots in bluegrass and gospel is a singer/songwriter and the mandolin player in her family band, The Isaac's.

  8. You've Got a Friend in Me
    Amanda Martin and Lyle Goodman

    "Amanda Martin and Lyle Goodman are two talented singer/songwriters who are just beginning their individual recording careers, based out of Nashville." - Fred Mollin

  9. Mickey Mouse Club March /The Ballad of Davy Crockett (Instrumental) RealPlayer Quicktime
    (T. Blackburn, G. Bruns)

  10. When I See an Elephant Fly
    Robbie Fulks

    Robbie Fulks sang and played guitar with the Special Consensus Bluegrass Band and appeared on their 1989 Grammy-nominated® album. Soon after he became a cast member in the award-winning Woody Guthrie's American Song.

  11. I Will Go Sailing No More
    Charlie Louvin

    "The seasoned voice of Charlie Louvin makes 'I Will Go Sailing No More' one of the most poignant readings I've ever heard." - Fred Mollin
    Charlie Louvin, one of the most influential musicians of the '40s and '50s, was half of the Louvin Brothers, who defined close harmony duet singing for several generations of country fans. He began a solo career and has enjoyed many top ten hits.

  12. When You Wish upon a Star
    Ronnie Milsap

    Ronnie Milsap, one of the major figures of country music since the 70s, developed a hybrid of country and pop which brought him a huge following and 40 #1 country hits. He was declared a virtuoso of the violin and has mastered the piano, guitar and a variety of other stringed instruments.

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