||Loose Change (2000) Soundtrack|
The soundtrack to Loose Change mostly features contributions from garage and punk revival bands, including Rocket From the Crypt, Blink 182, the Supersuckers, Pivit, Fluf, Sprung Monkey, the Road Kings, and more. It's the rare soundtrack that makes for a ...
Track Listing: Dreamgirls: Move; Dreamgirls: Fake Your Way to the Top; Dreamgirls: Cadillac Car; Dreamgirls: Steppin' to the Bad Side; Dreamgirls: Family; Dreamgirls: Dreamgirls; Dreamgirls: Press Conference; Dreamgirls: And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going; Dreamgirls: Ain't No Party; ...
||Little Shop Of Horrors|
Little Shop of Horrors (1992) 1979 Original Cast Recording
Personnel: Dave Brown (guitar); Richard Tee (organ); Robert Billig, Alan Menken (keyboards); Steve Ferrera (drums, percussion).
||Original Broadway Cast|
Les Miserables (1987)
The song selection is slightly different than the London Cast, and the song "Little People" is edited.
Originally conceived as a simple recording production, Les Miserables evolved quickly into one of the premiere theater events of the 1980s. Theatrically on par ...
||Original London Cast|
Miss Saigon (1990)
Music by Claude-Michel Schonberg. Lyrics by Richard Maltby, Jr. & Alain Boublil, adapted from original French lyrics by Alain Boublil.
Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg's followup to Les Miserables is another sung-through operetta with a serious theme and a classic source: ...
||London Highlights / Miss Saigon|
Miss Saigon / London Highlights (1993)
||Gift: Live From the Tiffany (2000) Original Cast|
Track Listing: Time of My Life; Who I Am; Gift; In My Life; I Was Made for You; Three Long Years; How It Feels; Finest Lady in Town; Something Special; I Can't Hold On; How You Feel; As Time Slips ...
Together with Music (1955)
Recorded on October 22, 1955. Includes liner notes by Stanley Green.
Mary Martin and NoŽl Coward were still-prominent veteran entertainers when they joined together in October 1955 to appear on the live, 90-minute television special that is aurally reproduced here. The ...
An Evening With Frank Loesser (1992)
The recordings in this collection are demos made by Loesser as he wrote the scores for GUYS AND DOLLS, THE MOST HAPPY FELLA, and HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING.
An Evening with Frank Loesser contains performances associated with ...
An Evening With John Kander & Fred Ebb
A lively, charming light-hearted concert program from April of 1973, featuring the composing team of John Kander and Fred Ebb. With Kander at the piano and he and Ebb switching off on vocals, they run through a repertory that includes ...
||Alan Jay Lerner|
Evening With Alan Jay Lerner (1977)
Alan Jay Lerner's turn at the Lyrics and Lyricists series at the 92nd Street Y in New York in December 1971 was a musical theater insider's dream, as Lerner told stories about the development of songs that became hits ("On ...
Party with Betty Comden & Adolph Green (1977)
Includes liner notes by David Foil and an interview with Betty Comden and Adolf Green.
A PARTY WITH BETTY COMDEN AND ADOLF GREEN is a collection of songs and skits performed by the authors, composers and lyricists of many Broadway and ...
Original Broadway Cast|
Broadway Baby (1993)
On her debut solo album, Broadway veteran Dorothy Loudon performs a set of theater songs she was too young to do on stage. The exceptions are the title song, from Follies, which she sang memorably at the 1984 Tony Awards ...
||Betty Comden / Original Soundtrack|
Perform Their Own Songs (1998)
In 1955, lyricists, librettists, and screenwriters Betty Comden and Adolph Green recorded two albums for the small Heritage Records label. The first, Show Music at Its Best, Vol. 1, contained their renditions of songs they had written for five Broadway ...
Act (1977) Top Seller
Like her mother Judy Garland, Liza Minnelli has a strong and expressive voice. Having grown up under the lights of stage and screen, she displayed the chops of a seasoned veteran even in her youth. 1977's THE ACT finds Minnelli ...
||Original Broadway Cast|
Original Cast Recording
Music composed by Cy Coleman. Lyrics written by Dorothy Fields.
Includes liner notes by Larry Cohen.
Principal cast: Michelle Lee, Ken Howard, Tommy Tune, Cecelia Norfleet, Giancarlo Esposito, LaMonte DesFontaines.
||I Love My Wife (1990) |
Track Listing: We're Still Friends; Monica; By Threes; Love Revolution; Mover's Life; Someone Wonderful I Missed; Sexually Free; Hey There, Good Times; By the Way If You Are Free Tonight; Lovers On Christmas Eve; Scream; Ev'rybody Today Is Turning On; ...
||Day In Hollywood (1992)
Track Listing: Just Go To the Movies; Famous Feet; I Love a Film Cliche; Nelson; It All Comes Out of the Piano; Best In the World; Doin' the Production Code; Night In the Ukraine; Samovar the Lawyer; Just Like That; Again; Natasha; Night In the Ukraine;
||Forbidden Broadway (1992) |
Track Listing: Forbidden Broadway; Non Plu Andrel; Don't Cry For Me, Argentina; Tomorrow; Pirates Of Penzance Sequence; Be Itallian; Triplets; Beautiful Girls/That's Entertainment; Angela Lansbury Sequence/If He Walked Into My Life; Audition Sequence: Soliloquy From 'Carousel' Excerpt/They're Playing Our Song; ...
Original score written by Dan Goggin.
Recorded at The Daily Planet, New York, New York.
Principal cast includes: Marilyn Farina (Sister Mary Cardella); Edwina Lewis (Sister Mary Hubert); Christine Anderson (Sister Robert Anne); Semina De Laurentis (Sister Mary Amnesia); Suzi Winson (Sister ...
||Original New York Ca|
Oil City Symphony (1998)
Winner Of 1988 Outer-Circle Award For Best Off-B'Way Show
||Forbidden Broadway 2 (1992) Original Soundtrack|
Nunsense 2 (1993)
||Forbidden Broadway, Vol. 3 (1994) Original Soundtrack|
Track Listing: Forbidden Broadway: Carol Channing Sequence: Imitation Is the Sincerest Form of Flattery; Forbidden Broadway: Forbidden Broadway Vol. 3; Forbidden Broadway: Ya Got Trouble: Trouble in New York City; Forbidden Broadway: Guys and Dolls Sequence: Guys and Dolls/I've Never ...