Here is an interesting rarity, especially in the D*sney-glutted world that we now find ourselves living in. (I swear, if they ever buy Lego, I'm leaving the planet.)
The good news is, here are some Pooh stories--side one contains the famous Blustery Day, as well as the equally famous arrival of Tigger; side two contains poems and songs from NOW WE ARE SIX--that are completely devoid of any D*sney-fication. In other words, probably closer to what was originally intended (which I have always pictured as a sort of Wind In the Willows-type of calm elegance).
The further good news is, somebody (probably not Wonderland, if history teaches us anything) spent some money on it, between a cast and an orchestra.
The bad news is, I didn't like it much. Personally, I found most of the voices either grating, or just very wrong. There was a moment in the first side, even, that I suspected it was all the same person, who wasn't doing a very good job trying to come up with more voices (especially Piglet). By the time I got to side two,where an attempt has been made to put most of the contents to music, everything became a cloying, sing-songy mess.
Now, your mileage may vary, and I certainly hope it does. You may have grown up with this record, and I'm sure I would like it much better if I had done the same. In the end, to me, it's really more of an oddity for my growing record collection. (Oh, by the way, eagle-eyed viewers will notice the VHS sticker at the corner of the front cover! I can assure you there is no video component to our presentation.)House At Pooh Corner - Now We Are Six (Wonderland, 1974)