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Michael Iseberg (stage name Michael Iceberg) is an American musician. He is most noted as a performer at Walt Disney World and Disneyland in the mid-1970s to late-1980s and a highly visible early-adopter of new keyboard and synthesizer technology. Thousands of visitors to the parks over the years enjoyed his frenetic live performances on his Amazing Iseberg (later changed to "Iceberg") Machine which were demonstrations of his prowess as a keyboard performer and his ingenuity in creating new sounds. The show was performed at Walt Disney World's Tomorrowland Terrace where Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe currently sits, Disneyland's Tomorrowland Terrace, and also on the Disneyland Space Stage (wher...

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Disney Avenue: A Musical Souvenir of Walt Disney World ...
The frantic music and sounds of the Seven Seas Lagoon in the Overture recall a morning arrival, the Fantasyland glockenspiel chimes 3'o clock in track 9, and Michael Iceberg references "Saturday Night at the World", and finally the crickets ...
Author: Keith Mahne  (31 May 2015)
Disney Avenue: A Musical Souvenir of Walt Disney World ...
Welcome travels to our trip through Walt Disney World's past. Today, we'll continue our walk through vintage Tomorrowland with some Michael Iceberg songs, a ride on the 1975 version of the General Electric Carousel of Progress, and more.
Author: Keith Mahne  (29 May 2015)

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