Brother Bear - Bo Diddley - Rooster Stew (Vinyl)

Storyline Edit. Kenai, a man who resents bears after a fight with one kills his older brother, is turned into a bear so he can see life from a different perspective.

He is visited by the spirit of his older brother, and is told that, if he wishes to be changed back into a human, he must travel to the place where the lights touch the Earth, in other words, the Northern Lights. Fueled by hope, Kenai sets off on his long journey, and, along the way, encounters a younger bear, Koda, who is a chatterbox and a fun-loving spirit; Koda is trying to find his way back to his home, the Salmon Run, which, coincidentally, is right next to where the lights touch the Earth.

Koda and Kenai team up, but are hunted by Kenai's other brother, Denahi, who fears that the bear has killed Kenai as well. Along the way, the two bears meet other friends, including two moose, some rams, and some mammoths, with whom they hitch a ride. However, Kenai discovers that he likes being a bear, and realizes that humans aren't only afraid of bears; through Koda's eyes, the humans are the monsters, with their long spears. With a whole new view on life, Kenai makes a decision that will change his world forever.

The story of a boy who became a man by becoming a bear. Did you know Edit. Trivia The lines, "I don't care that you and Binky found the world's biggest pine cone ever" and "First of all, it's not Binky, it's Bucky, and it wasn't a pine cone, it was a pine nut" said by Kenai Joaquin Phoenix and Koda Jeremy Suarez was an accidental improvisation because Phoenix messed up his line and Suarez corrected it when they were recording.

Quotes Mabel : This year, I Brother Bear - Bo Diddley - Rooster Stew (Vinyl) my dear husband, Edgar. Edgar : Stop tellin' everyone I'm dead! Crazy credits At the conclusion of the end credits, Koda appears to announce the standard declaration that no salmon were harmed in the making of the film. However, he is embarrased by a bear chasing a salmon behind him and signals for shooting to stop. Koda covers the lens with his paws and the picture goes black as he accidently breaks the camera while the fishing bear belches.

Alternate versions The Blu-ray release plasters the closing variant of the Walt Disney Pictures logo with the closing variant of the Walt Disney Pictures logo, which just reads "Disney". Connections Edited into Zenimation: Nature User reviews Review. Top review. An improbable gem. LP - Keeping Brother Bear - Bo Diddley - Rooster Stew (Vinyl) Promotional issues were on multi-colored vinyl with white labels. Originally issued in mono only.

Reissued as LPS in electronic stereo. LP - Watusi! Let's Go! Original issue. The LP was later retitled as Bo Diddley's a Roadrunner, with new cover graphics, and issued in electronic stereo. Reissued in as LPS in "electronically altered stereo" with the light blue label, but the master used was the mono master, so the "stereo" version plays mono. On his way, Kenai is joined by a bear cub, and learns to see through another's eyes, feel through another's heart, and discovers the true meaning of brotherhood.

The film was the third and final Disney animated feature produced primarily by the Feature Animation studio at Disney-MGM Studios in Orlando, Florida ; the studio was shut down in Marchnot long after the release of this film in favor of computer animated features. The film received mixed to negative reviews from critics, and Brother Bear - Bo Diddley - Rooster Stew (Vinyl) received a nomination for Best Animated Feature Brother Bear - Bo Diddley - Rooster Stew (Vinyl) the 76th Academy Awardslosing to Pixar's Finding Nemo.

A direct-to-video sequel, Brother Bear 2was released on August 29, In a post- ice age Alaskathe local tribesmen believe all creatures are created through the Great Spiritswho are said to appear in the form of an aurora. A trio of brothers, Kenai, the youngest; Denahi, the middle; and Sitka, the eldest, return to their tribe in order to receive their totemsnecklaces in the shapes of different animals.

The particular animals they represent symbolize what they must achieve to call themselves men. Unlike Sitka, who gained the eagle of guidance, and Denahi, who gained the wolf of wisdom, Kenai receives the bear of love.

He objects to his totem, stating that bears are thieves, and believes his point is made a fact when a Kodiak bear steals their basket of salmon. Kenai and his brothers pursue the bear, but a fight ends on top of a glacier, during which Sitka gives his life to save his brothers by dislodging the glacier, although the bear survives the fall. After Sitka's funeral, an enraged Kenai blames the bear for Sitka's death. He hunts down and chases the bear up onto a rocky cliff, fighting and eventually slaying it.

The Spirits, represented by Sitka's spirit in the form of a bald eaglearrive and transform Kenai into a bear after the dead bear's body evaporates and joins them.

Denahi arrives and, believing that Kenai was killed by the bear from earlier, vows to avenge Kenai by hunting it down. Kenai falls down some rapids, survives, and is healed by Tanana, the shaman of his tribe. She does not speak the bear language, but advises him to return to the mountain to find Sitka and be turned back to a human, but only when he atones for his actions; she vanishes without an explanation. Kenai quickly discovers that the wildlife can now speak to him, meeting a pair of moose brothers named Rutt and Tuke.

He gets caught in a trap, but is freed by an outgoing bear cub named Koda. They make a deal: Kenai will escort Koda to an annual salmon run and then the cub will lead Kenai to the mountain. As the two eventually form a brother-like relationship, Koda reveals that his mother is missing. The two are hunted by Denahi, who is still determined to avenge Kenai, unaware that the bear he is pursuing is actually Kenai himself. Eventually, Kenai and Koda reach the salmon run, where a large number of bears live as a family, including the leader Tug.

Kenai accepts his new surroundings and is comfortable living with the other bears. During a discussion among the bears, Koda tells a story about his mother recently fighting human hunters on a glacier, reminding Kenai of his and his brothers' fight with the bear that lead to Sitka's death and making him realize that the entire time, the bear he killed was Koda's mother herself.

Shocked and horrified at his actions, Kenai runs away in a fit of guilt, but Koda soon follows him. Crestfallen, Kenai confesses the truth to Koda, who runs away, grief-stricken. An apologetic Kenai leaves to reach the mountain. Meanwhile, Rutt and Tuke, having had a falling-out, reconcile in front of Koda, prompting him to forgive Kenai. On the mountain, Kenai is cornered by Denahi, but their battle is interrupted by Koda, who steals Denahi's spear.

Kenai sacrifices himself for Koda, out of love, prompting Sitka to appear and turn him back into a human, much to Denahi and Koda's surprise. However, upon realizing that Koda needs him because of his own mistake, Kenai asks Sitka to transform him back into a bear with Denahi's support.

Sitka complies, and Kenai is transformed back into a bear. Koda is reunited briefly with the spirit of his mother, before she and Sitka return to the spirit world.

In the end, Kenai lives with the rest of the bears and gains his title as a man, through being a bear. Following the critical and commercial success of Brother Bear - Bo Diddley - Rooster Stew (Vinyl) Lion KingDisney chairman and CEO Michael Eisner urged for more animal-centric animated features, and suggested a North American backdrop, taking particular inspiration from an original landscape painting by Albert Bierstadt that he bought.

To track the "king" idea, the hero would naturally be a bearthe king of the forest. Thomas Schumacherthen-president of Walt Disney Feature Animation, approved the revised story and proclaimed, "This is the idea of the century.

So we turned Grizz into a cub named Koda", [7] who was voiced by Jeremy Suarez. Because Blaise, Walker, and Williams enjoyed Duncan's vocal performance, Tug, the de facto leader of the bears at the salmon run, was written into the film. Have fun and enjoy the use of our website. IsraBox - Music is Life! Charly Records' The Chess Years has assembled most -- though not quite all -- of the music that the Originator recorded for Chess Records, which, unfortunately, means a lot of his lesser work as well -- recordings, made between andon 12 CDs; looking at it is like staring across the Grand Canyon, except you want to jump into this if you have any sense.

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