Forest of no return

Snow White's Heigh Ho, as performed by David Thomas and Nick Cave (rock's least likely dwarves), stomped all over the original, while Shane MacGowan managed to get lost in Song of the South's Zip-a-Dee Doo Dah.

The best performances extracted new meaning from the originals: Gavin Friday camped up Lady and the Tramp's Siamese Cat Song over an oblique arrangement by Jun Miyake, while Home Sweet Home had Cave, MacGowan, Doherty and Cocker all howling like dogs, a cheerfully shambolic Rat Pack for our time.

Sounds like a good time was had by all.
I do like the idea of Grace Jones doing "Trust in Me" from The Jungle Book!