This is a sponsored post from Disney Music and One2One Network. All opinions are my own.
We all have a Walt Disney melody or beloved cartoon character that comes to our mind, reminding us of the sweet afternoons as kids with our parents. Now we spend those afternoons with our own children now that we are parents. Whether we are picking up our kids from school, day-care or we homeschool our children, we all love listening to music throughout the busy day.
My gang and I have fallen in love with Jazz loves Disney. We listen to the tunes in the car on the way home from school and when we are running around town taking care of our weekly errands. We also play a lot of games at home, so listening to the Jazz loves Disney album is relaxing to my children.
Take a Peek at the Jazz loves Disney Track Listing
1. Jamie Cullum – “Everybody Wants To Be A Cat” – from The Aristocats
2. Melody Gardot – “He’s A Tramp” – from Lady And The Tramp
3. Stacey Kent – “Bibbidi Bobbodo Boo” (French version) – from Cinderella
4. Gregory Porter – “When You Wish Upon A Star” – from Pinocchio
5. China Moses – “Why Don’t You Do Right” – from Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
6. Raphaël Gualazzi – “I Wanna Be Like You” – from The Jungle Book
7. The Rob Mounsey Orchestra – “A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes” – from Cinderella
8. Hugh Coltman – “You’ve Got A Friend In Me” – from Toy Story
9. Anne Sila – “Let It Go” – from Frozen
10. Melody Gardot & Raphaël Gualazzi – “The Bare Necessities” – from The Jungle Book
11. Laika – “Once Upon A Dream” – from Sleeping Beauty
12. Nikki Yanofsky -“Someday My Prince Will Come” – from Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs
13. The Hot Sardines – I Wanna Be Like You (French & English version) – from The Jungle Book (US release only)
Of course, my daughter’s favorite song is “Let it Go,” and my younger son enjoys,”The Bare Necessities.” But in all honesty, the songs are all wonderful especially if you are a Disney lover.
You can purchase Jazz loves Disney from iTunes or Amazon. I’m sure your kiddos would be elated if you surprised them with the Jazz Loves Disney album one afternoon in the car. And don’t worry, I won’t tell a soul if you end up listening to it alone in the car and singing on the top of your lungs your favorite Disney tune. Your secret is safe with me.