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The Jungle Book [1967]

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13/0/2001

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The best-loved songs from this album have become part of our collective memory, especially the classic "The Bare Necessities." But what has in large part been forgotten is that the rest of the soundtrack is just as enjoyable. Even the instrumental intro to "The Bare Necessities" is moving. The zesty Louis Prima-led "I Wanna Be Like You" is also not to be missed, and the disc also includes an interview with the Sherman Brothers, who wrote the music for this jungle farce version of the Kipling classic. It also includes two songs originally composed for the movie by Terry Gilkyson before Walt Disney had the story rewritten as a light comedy. ~ Ross Boissoneau
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Overture 2:39
  3. 2 Baby 2:7
  4. 3 Colonel Hathi's March (The Elephant Song) 2:28
  5. 4 The Bare Necessities 4:47
  6. 5 I Wan'na Be Like You (The Monkey Song) 4:35
  7. 6 Monkey Chase 1:3
  8. 7 Tell Him 2:11
  9. 8 Colonel Hathi's March (Reprise) 1:57
  10. 9 Jungle Beat 1:19
  11. 10 Trust in Me (The Python's Song) Disney 2:47
  12. 11 What'cha Wanna Do 3:5
  13. 12 That's What Friends Are for (The Vulture Song) 2:3
  14. 13 Tiger Fight 2:40
  15. 14 Poor Bear 1:3
  16. 15 My Own Home (The Jungle Book Theme) Darleen Carr 3:28
  17. 16 The Bare Necessities (Reprise) 0:50
  18. 17 Interview with the Sherman Brothers 12:26
  19. 18 Baloo's Blues Phil Harris 3:2
  20. 19 It's a Kick Phil Harris 1:42
  21. 20 Brothers All (Demo Recording) [Demo Recording] 3:41
  22. 21 The Song of the Seeonee (Demo Recording) [Demo Recording] 2:27

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