The Disney Theme-Park Background Music Bracket -- Round Four, Day Three
A great big, beautiful tomorrow is here.
We’re one day closer, friends…to Justin Verlander’s first start as a New York Met. Right? We have to be, right? RIGHT?
OK, we’re also one day closer to having a Final Four of the Disney Theme-Park Background Music bracket. Right now, we have a Top Two. It’s time for you to bid adieu to April and start voting on the third finalist. Now! Go!
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(1) Main Street USA loop vs. (14) Carousel of Progress Suite loop: If you have followed these brackets long enough, you know that sometimes, I’m like Don Quixote. Sometimes, I am tilting at windmills. Today is, I imagine, one of those times. For many of you, I am sure the choice will be easy. It’s gotta be Main Street, U.S.A., right? How could it not be? The original opening land! Walt’s apartment! Quintessential Disney!
I know. I get it. But we’re voting on music, and the way that music makes you feel. As I noted yesterday, it’s about atmosphere. And while the Carousel of Progress Suite does inherently evoke memories of a specific attraction, I prefer the jazzy, mid-century vibe of the various interpretations of the Sherman Brothers’ song to the various turn-of-the-century pastiches in Main Street. I want to be surprised here, but I am prepared to send the future packing.
Will you surprise me?
Main Street, U.S.A.
Carousel of Progress Suite