The Jungle Book 2 () SoundTracks on IMDb: Memorable quotes and exchanges from movies, TV series and more Jungle Rhythm Words and Music by. Jungle Rhythm. by ThePeacekeeperj3l. Play next; Play The Jungle Book 2 (Score) - Tiger In The Village. by ThePeacekeeperj3l. A classic song from Walt Disney's "The Jungle Book 2 (Score)," composed by Joel McNeely.
Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Jungle Book 2 - Disney on AllMusic - nbafinals.info Depending on how wild you are about the movie, the soundtrack to Disney's The Jungle Book 2 will leave you shimmying in your safari boots or. 2. Jungle Rhythm. 3. W-I-L-D. 4. The Bare Necessities. 5. I've Got You Beat. 6. Right Where I Belong. 7. Colonel Hathi's March (The Elephant Song). 8. Braver. 9 .
The Jungle Book , the soundtrack to the eponymous Disney film , has been released in three different versions since the film's release in The instrumental music was written by George Bruns and orchestrated by Walter Sheets. Two of the cues were reused from previous Disney films, with the scene where Mowgli wakes up after escaping King Louie using one of Bruns' themes for Sleeping Beauty , and Bagheera giving a eulogy to Baloo when he mistakenly thinks the bear was killed by Shere Khan being accompanied by Paul J. Smith 's organ score from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Longtime Disney collaborator Terry Gilkyson was brought in to write the songs for the film. Gilkyson delivered several complete songs which were faithful in tone to Rudyard Kipling 's novel , but Walt Disney felt that his efforts were too dark. The Sherman Brothers were brought in to do a complete rewrite, on the condition that they not read Kipling's book. 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. 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.