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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Commentary (books not included). Pages: 25. Chapters: Disneyland Records, The Kingdom Keepers, The Kingdom Keepers: Disney After Dark, Kingdom Keepers II: Disney at Dawn, W.I.T.C.H. issues, Core of Kandrakar, The Year Before, Cornelia and Caleb: A Love Not Meant to Be, Planet Boys, Elyon: Return of the Queen, Disney Animation: The Illusion of Life, Orube Special, Walt Disney's Fun-to-Read Library, Walt Disney's Fun-to-Learn Library, Disney A to Z: The Official Encyclopedia. Excerpt: Disneyland Records is the original name of the Walt Disney Company's record company. After long associations with primarily RCA Victor Records, with a few select titles on Columbia, both dating back to the 1930s, Disneyland Records was established in 1956 with its first release entitled A Child's Garden of Verses. Most of its output is mainly children's music and recordings, mostly based on (or around) Disney cartoons, however the label has also produced several recordings that do not involve any Disney characters, such as the "Children's Favorites" series. An extensive catalog is listed below, including read along records, full length albums, singles and EP's on all three speeds traversing many children's classical and jazz titles ensued before the company changed its name to Walt Disney Records in 1989. Six-inch 78-RPM Disneyland records were made from 1956 to 1966 by A.A. Records, (later a part of Pickwick International) who had made Little Golden Records from 1948 to 1968. The Mickey Mouse Club records were made of orange styrene, and other Disney titles were molded on black styrene, often with a teal-blue label. These discs were created in a double-inventory with their 45-RPM counterparts and played with the same LP needle used for 45's. The only difference was up in the corner of the sleeve, the words 78 RPM' were either printed on the sleeve itself, ...