In Which Jenn Needs Walt Disney World Music To Work Properly


A couple years ago I did a pair of posts about my favorite Walt Disney World background music. I find Disney background music to be incredibly soothing when at work in particular – it cheers me up and helps me focus. It’s been awhile, so I thought I’d check in with some of music loops I’ve been particularly enjoying lately, especially at work. 

Let’s start with the Disney Springs background music loop. I’d heard several people mention they enjoyed it, but when I first took a listen, I was NOT into it. It’s basically Disney songs interpreted as smooth jazz, and I do not enjoy smooth jazz. Yet somehow over time it grew on me – all those familiar songs from my favorite movies hit my brain right in its nostalgia center. Before I knew it, I had gotten past my jazz aversions and totally dug the loop. And at close to 2 hours long, it’s great when you need your music to last through a large project or activity. 

 The Magical Express loop isn’t one that would’ve occurred to me to seek out, but when I saw it pop up on YouTube it felt natural to give it a go. This is a classic Disney mix, featuring songs from both the movies and the parks, and if you close your eyes you can pretend you’re sitting on the bus waiting to leave for your resort. [NOTE: This video has since disappeared but so has DME so whatevs.]

 I’ve mentioned the Innoventions background music before, but it really is one of the most evocative loops for me. Everything about the music screams YOU ARE IN EPCOT. It’s also a convenient 20 minutes, perfect for projects you don’t want to do but can stand to tackle in small chunks. Tell yourself you only have to hack at it until the loop is over, and there you are!

 Another recent discovery is the Animal Kingdom entrance loop. This is a total no-brainer for me, DAK being my favorite park, and I find it to be one of the most relaxing loops in my rotation. The African vocal tracks in particular feel very DAK to me.

Do you like to listen to Disney background music? What are your favorites?

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