The concept -- country elite covering cartoon classics -- isn't the mismatch you'd expect. Over the past two decades, Disney and Nashville have essentially merged with pop rock. This is why most of the tunes covered come from newer movies like The Lion King and Fox and the Hound 2. It's also why the most unique tracks feature artists tackling far older selections. Josh Gracin turns Dumbo's "When I See an Elephant Fly" into a 1940s throwback, two parts country & western, one part Tin Pan Alley.