I’d Like to hear the Hall of Presidents
Well it’s a little late, but it couldn’t be more appropriate. As we American’s give thanks for our country, it’s great to reflect on the freedoms that were and are being defended by our leaders. This show, while some consider boring *caugh Iago*, I personally find it interesting. It’s not my favorite attraction, and often times I’ll just use it to avoid a storm, but I always come out grateful for the 30 minutes I just spent inside.
So today’s audio is a special one. I sadly haven’t been back to WDW in almost 3 years now, so I don’t have the latest incarnation. To make up for it, I’m sharing the previous two editions. We’ll start by revisiting a stereo memory from August 1999 on a trip with my family. The current narrator is Maya Angelou, and President Clinton gives a speech. We’ll then jump to a binaural memory from that same 2006 anniversary trip with my wife, and get to hear the narration by J. D. Hall and a speech given by President Bush. Both audio clips start as the show begins. Sadly I haven’t realized how much fun just hearing the queue/wait areas are yet, and just started recording right when the show begins. It’s still good audio though.