Come and join us for another installment of the WDW-Memories podcast, where I try to make it possible for you relive your Walt Disney World Memories when you can’t actually be there.
Today’s memory was requested by Bret in Chicago, IL. His original email from January 2010 said:
I went on my first trip without the bulk of my family this past June, and my brother told me about your podcasts while we were there, I’ve been listening to them on and off since then and especially the past few days… I was wondering if you had a recording of Pirates of the Caribbean before it was changed to add Jack Sparrow. It has been one of my favorites since I was little, even before all the movies, so I’d love to get a refresher as it used to be.
Now, you might be thinking “didn’t I already hear Pirates of the Caribbean?” and you’d be right. Back on Memory 13, I released my binaural recording from 2006, featuring Captain Jack Sparrow. But Bret wanted to hear it before the addition of Captain Jack Sparrow, so that’s what we’re going to do. In fact I’m going to, as a bonus, re-release the binaural audio with Captain Jack, this time with more of the queue line audio included.
So to begin, we’ll start out in 2003. It’s a day trip for my family and I. It’s still early in the morning, and we’ve hit a couple of headliner attractions in the Magic Kingdom when we decide that we haven’t seen Pirates in a while, so we head that way. We’ll join in on this clip as the family is nearing the boarding area. We’re loaded into the boat and off on our journey.
After this memory, we’ll jump ahead to 2006. It’s December, and this time it’s Traci and I on our Anniversarry trip. It’s the middle of the afternoon, and the lines are still short. So we’ll actually join this memory as we’re walking into the fort. It’s a very short wait, and we’re on our boat.
Now memory 1 is in Stereo, but memory 2 is in binaural, so in either case headphones on.