The Jungle Book, the soundtrack to the eponymous Disney film, has been released in three different versions since the film's release in The film score was composed by George Bruns, with songs written by Terry . Jump up to: "The Bare Necessities: The Making of The Jungle Book", The Jungle Book Platinum Edition. The Jungle Book. By Various Artists. • 21 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Overture - Jungle Book - George Bruns. 2. Baby - George Bruns. 3. Songs sang by heroes or villains from The Jungle Book. I Wan'na Be Like You · The Bare Necessities · Colonel Hathi's March · Trust in Me · Brothers All · The.

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    The Jungle Book Songs

    Disney's new live action/computer animated hybrid Jungle Book movie for the new Jungle Book movie, Favreau stuck to the bare necessities. The Jungle Book () SoundTracks on IMDb: Memorable quotes and exchanges from movies, TV series and more. Lyrics to The Bare Necessities [From The Jungle Book] by Phil Harris from the Disney's Greatest Hits [# 1] album - including song video, artist biography.

    This is part one… When the Sherman Brothers my father and uncle respectively: Bob and Dick were first asked to write songs for The Jungle Book in , it was at the personal request of Walt Disney. It was the year that their most famous song, "It's A Small World After All " and their most successful movie, Mary Poppins were both, respectively, premiered to the world. Disney was concerned that the dark tone of the original The Jungle Book song score written by Terry Gilkyson wouldn't be conducive to what audiences had come to expect from a Walt Disney film. The animators had already started animating one song from the Gilkyson score, though, and that is the only one which can still be heard in the film to this day, the Academy Award nominated: "Bare Necessities" sung primarily by the fun loving "Baloo" the bear. It was also the one "bouncy" number in the Gilkyson score, so it made sense to keep it in.

    There has been some talk that the movie is too scary for children, but kids are resourceful creatures: They can handle a little danger, and Favreau never goes over the top with it into truly terrifying places.

    Your children will be far more permanently damaged from your ill-advised decision to take them to Batman v. His vision is undercut by the fact this has to be a Jungle Book movie. There is menace and emotion and warm sentiment here, but it is all based in realism.

    A movie with a Bill Murray Bear trying to get himself some honey can only have so much realism. Favreau has done something sort of amazing: He has made a gritty reboot of The Jungle Book. Looking for more movie recommendations?

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    Follow them on Twitter griersonleitch or visit their site griersonleitch. In the original, this is King Louie: The only piece of Gilkyson's work which survived to the final film was his upbeat tune " The Bare Necessities ", which was liked by the rest of the film crew.

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    The duo decided to do songs that fit in the story and advanced the plot instead of being interruptive. The song " Trust in Me " is based upon a song entitled " Land of Sand " which had been written by the Sherman Brothers for, but not used in, Mary Poppins. The vultures were even designed based on The Beatles , with moptop haircuts and Liverpudlian accents, and would be voiced by the band, which did not come into fruition due to problems with their schedule.

    During production Disney decided the 60's style rock would cause the song to be considered dated later, leading "We're Your Friends" to be changed to the barbershop quartet that appears in the film.

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    It featured a retelling of the story with narration by voice actor Dal McKennon as Bagheera , and dialogue and sound effects from the film itself along with the songs. Disney Records reissued the soundtrack in , coinciding with the reissue of the film on VHS to celebrate its 30th anniversary.

    The soundtrack marked the first time a majority of George Bruns ' instrumental score was included.

    This version included an interview with the Sherman Brothers , and four bonus songs: All tracks written by George Bruns , except where noted. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Jungle Book audio commentary.

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