I have lot of Disneyland LP's in my closet. I shared my niece my LP 's like "Cinderella", "Snow White" and "Sleeping Beauty" which is the one that I looked at and it was good. My niece is 5 years old and she had never heard of theses albums before since I have my turntable. And the one thing is, my niece is still into Disney Princess, and so does one of my two nieces who hasn't heard of these albums before.
I first listened to these Disney LP's since I was a kid and it brought back some good memories. I still have the 1960 die-cut "Magic Mirror" LP's all in gatefold cover. When I was a kid, I had some 1969 reissues from the "Magic Mirror" albums like "Snow White" and "Cinderella". Now I have about 200 Disney albums in my collection.
I did put all of these vids up on YouTube under "BrooklynMouse" and it was good, I just did a video of a Disney LP playing on my Gemsound BJL-1150 turntable with a AudioTechna cartridge. This turntable can also be used for dance music like 70's disco or for scratching done in rap music. I don't do scratching either, but I enjoyed doing my vids of my Disneyland LP's played on my turntable. I have my own channel dedicated to Disney music on vinyl and on tape as well.
There are also other blogs dedicated to kids music and stories that Dave did a great job on his own blog entitled "Children's Records & More". He post a bunch of Disneyland LP's that I don't have in my collection. Why not check it out.
Terrance is a big fan of Disneyland albums, he had his own YouTube channel for his Disneyland LP's. Why not check this one.
Just to get back on track, I also have my Webcor Maestro record player which was made back in the late 50's and the turntable does works except it needs a speaker to put this one inside of the player. This reocrd player was retro, it has a record changer and a tone arm and it does have the original needle intact and it does play records in various speeds like 16, 33, 45 and 78. It has the reject switch where the record drops and the tone arm goes into the starting position. After the record ends, the tone arm goes back to the resting post where it automatically shuts off. It is still a classic record player and it's in monaural, if you look at the top, it has a Webcor logo in the center where it say "High Fidelity" in-between.
I would look forward to hear some Disney music from my vinyl collection on my Webcor, I will go to the repair shop next time to get the speaker install to get this speaker working. After that, I will play my Disney LP's on my late 50's Webcor.