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News Alton Fitzgerald White's "Disney My Way!" CD Due in October; Track List Announced Alton Fitzgerald White, who currently plays Mufasa in Broadway's Tony-winning The Lion King, will release his second solo album, "Disney My Way!," Oct. 1.

The album, which will be available on iTunes, CDBaby and Amazon, features classic Disney songs, including tunes from Aladdin, The Lion King, Mary Poppins, Beauty and the Beast and more. "Disney My Way!" features a 12-piece orchestra with arrangements and orchestrations by Jim Abbott. The complete track list follows:

) Strangers Like Me (Tarzan)
2) A Whole New World (Aladdin)
3) They Live In You (The Lion King)
4) Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (Mary Poppins)
5) If I Can’t Love Her (Beauty and the Beast)
6) Her Voice (The Little Mermaid)
7) Santa Fe (Newsies)
8) Fortune Favors the Brave (Aida)
9) Feed The Birds (Mary Poppins)
10) Endless Night (The Lion King)
11) Radames’ Letter (Aida)
12) Chim Chim Cheree (Mary Poppins)
13) The Long Long Day (King David)

In the liner notes for the new recording, Thomas Schumacher, president of the Disney Theatrical Group, says, "Listening to 'Disney My Way!' is, for me, a visit with old friends. First up, of course, is the spectacular Alton Fitzgerald White—actor, singer, and gentleman. A long-time member of the Disney Theatrical family, Alton is well known to our audiences on Broadway, in Las Vegas, and across America as King Mufasa from The Lion King. He is an actor of extraordinary craft, and is blessed with a stunning voice. Alton is joined on this collection of songs by the great Jim Abbott, who has guided the music on Disney projects in New York and around the world, including Phil Collins’ Tarzan and Elton John & Tim Rice’s Aida. His arrangements and orchestrations heard on this recording are spot-on. And finally, my friends represented here are the songwriters, and their songs, to which Alton brings his fresh and surprising take."

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