O Brother! The success of the multi-platinum O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack ignited a nationwide bluegrass fever -- the cure to which appears to be more of that high lonesome sound. Sweetening the medicine even further, Disney presents a collection of its classic movie songs with a down-home, banjo-fueled makeover. It's hard to decide what is more exciting about O Mickey, Where Art Thou?: hearing Disney favorites with a whole new sound or hearing bluegrass and country artists embracing these treasured songs with such ease and skill. In any case, this spirited disc does not disappoint. Setting the tone is "Circle of Life," from The Lion King, jubilantly rendered by country rocker Collin Raye, who interweaves elements of the bluegrass standard "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" to connect past and present. Kevin Montgomery, another country rocker, retains the compassion of Phil Collins's Tarzan hit "You'll Be in My Heart," assisted by sweet harmonies and an arrangement rich in banjo, Dobro, fiddle, and mandolin. The innate energy and zip of instrumental bluegrass gets its day with a wordless take on the Mary Poppins tongue-twister "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious," featuring rousing solos from fiddle virtuoso Aubrie Haynie and New Grass Revivalist Sam Bush on mandolin -- try dancing to this fast-paced ditty, and you just may bust a hip! After that, you'll want to take it down a notch with the "The Bare Necessities" from The Jungle Book, sung by Grand Ole Opry stalwart Stonewall Jackson, who lends his own wisdom and deep voice to this playful tune. This phenomenal disc ends with a hearth-worn version of "When You Wish Upon a Star," from Pinocchio, sung by '70s country hit maker Ronnie Milsap, whose soothing voice is both comforting and uplifting. It's a fitting finale, as this impressive collection pays tribute not only to Disney but also to the style and staying power of bluegrass.