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July 4, 2018

Memory 190 - Happy 4th of July: Voices of Liberty

 ** Binaural Audio **
Time: 15:01

Come and join us for another installment of the WDW-Memories podcast, where we relive my Walt Disney World. Today we'll take a break from our normal show to celebrate the 4th of July here in the United States, and watch a performance by some of the most talented vocalists in all of Walt Disney World.

Happy 4th of July everyone! Here in the United States, we are celebrating our freedoms and independence. While people our country might have its difference of opinions, the fact that we can have differing opinions is what makes it so great, and is something I personally love. One thing I'm sure we can all agree upon is how much we all wish we were at Walt Disney World right now. So let's have a special 4th of July memory instead.

So originally, this was going to be released for my Christmas Memory last year, but the time slipped away, and I never got it produced. Instead I'm releasing this audio and synced up video on YouTube of our favorite group, the Voices of Liberty singing on a quick day trip we got to have at Walt Disney World this last year. For those subscribed to the podcast though, I've decided not force you to download a video, but instead it'll be just audio. If you want to see the video that goes with this audio, go to my YouTube page and you can watch the group in immersive binaural audio.

So this video and audio were recorded on a trip this summer that I wasn't sure was going to happen. We were in Clearwater and weren't sure if we would get over for a day. We ended up spending an awesome day in Epcot and the Magic Kingdom, showing the kids new and more thrilling attractions. Don't worry, you'll get to relive these memories with me next when I return after the 4th of July.

Now sit back. Relax. Close your eyes. And come with me as we enjoy some of the most amazing voices to celebrate our 4th of July.

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